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July 7 – August 1, 2014

Monday through Friday 9 am – 4 pm

Welcome to our 32nd year of summer fun and learning at its best!

LTSummer extends Long Trail School’s commitment to academic curiosity. Summer classes enable children to develop skills, gain confidence in their abilities, and work and play cooperatively with others.

If you prefer a hard copy of this information, please email Chelley Tifft to request a brochure.

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BUSY BEES

Ages 3 & 4, $175/wk

Busy BeesBusy Bees enjoy exploring the creative process through weekly themes. A nurturing and safe environment allows Bees to gain self-confidence and build new friendships.

WEEK 1 JULY 7-11

Alphabet Soup
Stir up some creativity with letters.

WEEK 2 JULY 14-18

Back to Nature
Explore local wooded trails in search of secrets hidden within.

WEEK 3 JULY 21-25

Green Thumb Fun
Get dirty in this fun gardening week.

WEEK 4 JULY 28-AUG. 1

Budding Artists
Create funky art projects for a Friday art exhibit.

CURIOUS CRICKETS

Ages 5-7, $175/wk

camp-cricketsCurious Crickets develop a love of learning in a structured and supportive academic setting.

WEEK 1 July 7-11

Feathered Friends
Learn about owls through stories and science.

WEEK 2 JULY 14-18

Five Senses
See, hear, smell, touch and taste through activities, videos and songs.

WEEK 3 JULY 21-25

Treasure Hunt
Discover what paleontologists, gardeners and pirates have in common during this week of treasure searching.

WEEK 4 JULY 28-AUG. 1

Pee Wee Drama
Act out Dr. Seuss storylines on stage.

CAMP LYNX

Ages 8-11, $225/wk

camp-lynxCamp Lynx matches camper interest to adventures

WEEK 1 JULY 7-11

Adventure Treks
Explore the Green Mountains of Vermont. Daily hikes, archery and indoor rock climbing keep active campers busy all week.
Drama
Experience engaging theater-immersion which culminates in a Friday performance.
Farm to Table
Visit local farms and gather local ingredients to create delicious dinners and snacks.

WEEK 2 JULY 14-18

Pottery
Learn basic techniques such as coil and slab. Advanced campers will be able to do wheel-based projects and other activities.
Robotics
Use Lego Mindstorms to engineer and program machines, animals and vehicles.

WEEK 3 JULY 21-25

Adventure Treks
Explore the Green Mountains of Vermont. Daily hikes, archery and indoor rock climbing keep active campers busy all week.
Math in Motion
Learn practical and hands-on math by building catapults or battle machines. Brush up on math skills through fun games. Get outside and explore the math of Fibonacci numbers in nature.

WEEK 4 JULY 28-AUG. 1

Arts Around the World
Virtual visit a new country each day through multi-cultural art projects and cooking. Create an artistic display for a Friday art exhibit.
Sports Camp
Soccer is the main focus of this energetic week. Campers will also play basketball, tennis, badminton and other games.

 

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