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PrintCamp Marvin  gives older campers the ability to explore personal interests and grow their skills through a variety of offerings.

$250/week

Ages 8-12

Limit of 12 campers per class.

 

 

 

Campers choose 2 classes per day to customize their perfect summer!

Morning classes run 9:00-11:30
Lunch and swimming: 11:30-1:00
Afternoon classes: 1:00-4:00

*Depending on the activity, Adventure Treks may depart earlier than 1:00. Departure times will be noted on the itinerary given to parents prior to the start of camp.

WEEK 1 JUNE 26-30
MORNING:
Repurposed Art (Janett Hughes-Rougeau) – Use everyday objects and recyclable materials to create cool, useful art.

Soccer Skills (Rene Navarrete)This skills camp is designed for different age groups and allows players of different levels to work together and support each other. Campers start at the basic level, but they can be adjusted to increase the level of play if necessary. Every player will be challenged at her/his own pace. Work on individual skills, passing, shooting, movement without the ball, 1v1 attacking and defending and small sided games.  

Tennis (Frank Bonte) –  more information coming

Creative Writing (Kim Rizio) – Spend the week writing a short story to share with the Busy Bees at the end of the week.

AFTERNOON:
Illustration (Janet Hughes-Rougeau) – Take on its own or complete your short story created in Creative Writing.

A Bug’s Life (Kimberly Perkins) – Campers will engage with the natural world during this week of insect lore.  They will become more knowledgeable to identify and discuss a variety of insects native to Vermont, as well as learn about their life cycles, habitats, and if they are predator or prey.  Campers will have opportunities to be “hands on”, by safely collecting , observing and identifying what species we find throughout the week.  At the end of the week they will have the opportunity to design and create their very own unique insect, through the use of recycled materials.

Adventure Treks (Kristen Gunther) – Hiking, swimming and Vermont fun.

WEEK 2 JULY 10-14
MORNING:
MathPath (Michele Farkas) – Play fun math games.

Cooking (Tess Kahn) – Each day will be themed after a different country. Cultural elements such as music and customs will be discussed along with preparing delicious dinners.

FULL – Sports Mania (Kristen Gunther) – Lots of fun in the sun! Campers spend the days playing ball games such as soccer, basketball, kickball and wiffle ball. – FULL

Tennis (Frank Bonte) –  more information coming

AFTERNOON:
Journalism (Kim Rizio) – Create an LTSummer newsletter.  Interview campers, take photos, write the stories and put it all together to hand out to campers and parents on Friday.

Baking (Tess Kahn) – Each day will be themed after a different country. Cultural elements such as music and customs will be discussed along with preparing tasty treats.

FULL – Adventure Treks (Kristen Gunther) – Hiking, swimming and Vermont fun. – FULL

WEEK 3 JULY 17-21
MORNING:
Forensic Science (Scott Worland) -Forensics is a science that is a lot like a game!  Finding clues, piece together a puzzle, and solve mini mysteries.

Singing/Dancing (Rachel Seebode) – Explore singing and dancing in musicals and learn different dance genres.

Just for Girls (Annie Vickery) – This class teaches skills to help young girls navigate the challenges of their daily lives with confidence and empowerment through self-awareness, stress management, nutrition, exercise, body image and positive mindset skills.

AFTERNOON:
Where in the World? (Annie Vickery) – Choose any country and plan the trip of your dreams!  Would you visit just one country or multiple?  How would you get there?  Where would you stay? What would you do for fun?  Use your artistic skills to create a presentation and show it off to other campers a families at the end of the week.

Acting Techniques (Rachel Seebode) – Monologue, scene study and lots of improvisation.

Adventure Treks (Scott Worland) – Hiking, swimming and Vermont fun.

WEEK 4 JULY 24-28
MORNING:
Weird & Wacky Science (Scott Worland) – Ignite the imagination through an interactive environment.

Drama Production (full-day) (Tracey Wesley) – Prepare for a one-act performance on Friday for family and campers.  Drama Production must be taken for both the morning and afternoon classes.

Funky Furniture (Janett Hughes-Rougeau) – Bring in your own old or new wooden shelves, stools, chairs, etc. to paint and decorate.

Sports Mania (Kristen Gunther) – Lots of fun in the sun! Campers spend the days playing ball games such as soccer, basketball, kickball and wiffle ball.

AFTERNOON:
Drama Production (full-day) (Tracey Wesley) – Prepare for a one-act performance on Friday for family and campers.  Drama Production must be taken for both the morning and afternoon classes.

Adventure Treks (Scott Worland) – Hiking, swimming and Vermont fun.

Natural Art (Janett Hughes-Rougeau) – Design and build outdoor installations using natural materials.

Chelley Tifft
LTSummer Director
ctifft@longtrailschool.org
(802) 867-5717 x190

 

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