2014 SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION
May 20, 2014 - August 15, 2014
Every week is a new theme for summer campers! Children will enjoy play time in the Museum, fun activities and crafts pertaining to their week's theme, curriculum-based educational activities that stimulate their senses during the summer, messy fun outside as well as air-conditioned play inside AND a camp T-shirt to commemorate each week! See camp themes and descriptions below.
BIG NEWS for CML CAMPERS! CML is thrilled to offer Extended Care
Options! Now, CML Campers can be dropped off as early as 8am and can be
picked up as late as 5pm. And, we’ve partnered with Food for Thought, a catering company that provides lunches to our campers!
EARLY BIRD PRICING
WEEKLY PRICING 2014
9am - 4pm
9am - 12:30pm
12:30pm - 4pm
4-DAY WEEK PRICING 2014
(MAY 20-23, MAY 27-30, JUNE 30-JULY 3)
9am - 4pm
9am - 12:30pm
12:30pm - 4pm
NOTE: Registration must be received by 5pm on the Wednesday before your camp begins to receive Early Bird Pricing.
Siblings receive a 25% discount after the first child signs up for the same week.
EXTENDED CARE OPTIONSMember Extended Day (8am - 9am): $35 per week
Member Extended Day (4pm - 5pm): $35 per week
Member Extended Day (8am - 9am AND 4pm - 5pm): $60 per week
Non-Member Extended Day (8am - 9am): $45 per week
Non-Member Extended Day (4pm - 5pm): $45 per week
Non-Member Extended Day (8am - 9am AND 4pm - 5pm): $75 per week
4-Day Camp Pricing:
Member Extended Day (8am - 9am): $32 per week
Member Extended Day (4pm - 5pm): $32 per week
Member Extended Day (8am - 9am AND 4pm - 5pm): $55 per week
Non-Member Extended Day (8am - 9am): $40 per weekNon-Member Extended Day (4pm - 5pm): $40 per week
Non-Member Extended Day (8am - 9am AND 4pm - 5pm): $70 per week
CAMP DETAILS & UNIQUE BENEFITS
• Ages 3-10 (Junior Campers 3-6 and Senior Campers 7-10)
• Half Day Camps are 9am -12:30pm or 12:30pm - 4pm
• Full Days Camps are from 9am - 4pm
• Held Monday-Friday with the exception of the 4-Day Camps on May 20-23, May 27-30 & June 30-July 3. Weekly attendance only.
• Children are grouped according to age and in groups of no more than 7 campers per group
• Groups will be staffed by at least one Senior Counselor and one Junior Counselor
• All senior counselors are educators from the College of Charleston, CPR certified, Darkness to Light trained, and have passed SLED criminal background checks
• At the end of each day, every camper goes home with at least one completed project.
• All children attending camp must be potty trained with full independence in the bathroom
• Registration and a nonrefundable $45 deposit are required to hold your camp spot
• CML provides mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks.
• *Lunch info: Campers have the choice of either bringing a peanut-free lunch from
home OR ordering a customized lunch, delivered for free, from Food for Thought. No time to prepare & pack a delicious lunch for your camper? Food for Thought is the convenient solution. It's easy!
1) You create an account and pick what healthy food items your child enjoys.
2) Schedule and pay via a simple online system.
3) Food for Thought freshly prepares the lunch and delivers to CML at the designated lunch time.
Click here for more information about CML's partnership with Food for Thought.
REGISTRATION FORM & CONTACT INFORMATION:
Register Now to reserve your spot! Registration closes for camp at 9am on the Friday before the camp starts.
*When you register for a camp, a $45 deposit is due per child, per week of camp to reserve your spot. The remaining balance will be due on the first day of camp.
Contact Kendra McCabe at
CAMP THEMES, DATES & DESCRIPTIONS
May 20-23 (FOUR DAY)
Messy Masters I: Children will experience the unique artwork of Jackson Polluck, Georges Seurat, Michelangelo & more, and then we'll experiment with each style by painting with marbles, dots and even upside down!
May 27-30 (FOUR DAY)
Jr. Camp Pirates & Princesses I: Join us for one of our most popular camps where children explore the wonderful world of dress up and imagination!
Sr. Harry Potter I: We start with the sorting hat and culminate our week activities with a Quidditch match. Campers will attend classes in transfiguration, potions, charms and herbology.
Star Wars I: Music, costumes, movies and more! We'll make light sabers, storm troopers and our own millennium falcon ship. Costumes encouraged! On the last day, we'll ask you to dress up as your favorite Star Wars character for some fun theatrics and photo ops!
Iron Chefs: Community Partners will teach us about the nutritional value of food to make healthy choices for a healthy lifestyle. We'll use our very own garden here at the Museum to make some yummy treats and healthy snacks. We'll even share the recipes!
Jr. Camp Tiny Tinkers / Sr. Camp Mighty Makers: It's all about engineering and tinkering at this camp! We'll reuse materials to make fun, new contraptions. Campers will use real tools such as hammers and screwdrivers (with adult supervision) to build and take apart equipment to learn how it works.
Super Heroes: Come explore the world of Batman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman and more! From capes to shields, we'll make everything your littles ones need for super human powers. Costumes optional but strongly encouraged!
June 30-July 3 (FOUR DAYS)
Sensational Science: Curious little scientists will roll up their sleeves to learn basic scientific principles while having fun with messy experiments and projects. Older campers will use the scientific method to explore physics, chemistry, biology and geology during this intense week-long science lab!
Jr. Camp Pirates & Princesses II: This second week of Pirates & Princesses will be different from the first, so your little one can come to both camps for two magical weeks of dress up and imagination!
Sr. Camp Harry Potter II: This second week of Harry Potter will expand on the first, but the first is not a prerequisite for this camp. All campers will attend classes in transfiguration, potions, charms and herbology.
Messy Masters II: Children will experience the unique artwork of Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Georgia O'Keeffe and Vincent van Gogh, and then go on to create their own interpretations of each artist's style.
The Big Adventure: We've got a new exhibit and a new camp to go along with it! We'll have all kinds of adventures during this camp. We'll explore other countries, but first we have to get there... do we climb over the mountain, cross a river or maybe fly a plane? Bring your sense of adventure and curiosity to this camp!
July 28-August 1
Star Wars II: This second week of Star Wars will be different from the first, so your little one can come to both weeks for two fun-filled camps of Star Wars adventures!
Campy Camp: It's all about the great outdoors and pretend play at this camp! We're turning our classroom into a forest and setting up camp. We'll build tents and make s'mores with solar power. Be on the lookout for cool creatures!
Theatrics: Campers will take center stage as children's stories come to life with dramatic games, costumes, sound effects and more! Older campers will use various children's literature and poetry to experience the art of face painting, puppet creation and script writing, as well as music selection and costume design.
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