Authors in Training
Imaginations run wild when students write, illustrate and read children’s books. This multi-sensory approach teaches young readers and spellers to segment, sequence and blend sounds into words. Auditory discrimination, tracking and directionality also help students organize their writing and reading skills.
The Facts About Math
Hands-on learning makes exploring mathematics and its facts fun. Students learn basic addition, subtraction and regrouping through innovative multi-sensory lessons and story problems. Interactive play and math games allow beginners plenty of opportunities to practice computation skills while becoming student fact finders.
Science Factory/Organized Activities
Weekly science themes combine age-appropriate content and hands-on experiments. Students absorb scientific understanding through creative opportunities for both learning and fun.
Session Dates (one-week duration)
July 1-5 (No camp Thursday, July 4)
July 29-August 2
Academic Morning 9:00 am-12:00 pm
Please see our Edge Afternoons page to create a full day program!