Memorial Park Christian Preschool’s Summer Art Camps are more than just a creative place for your child to learn about art. We also incorporate music and stories, along with indoor and outdoor activities! Our camps are family-friendly, multi-age camps (with the exception of our 2 year-old camp) and are open to preschool aged students 2-5 years-old who turned 2 by September 1 or have successfully completed a 3, 4, or 5 year-old program.
Summer Art Camps generally have three available sessions. Dates for the 2019 camps are:
Week 1: May 24, 28-31
Week 2: June 3-7
Week 3: June 10-14
All camps are $80 for the week, and run from 9:00 a.m.—1:00 p.m. Campers are responsible for their own lunch and drink, but snacks will be provided. Check out our class offerings below for 2019. Registration for the 2019 camps is full.
When reading stories by Eric Carle, you can be transported anywhere from your backyard to exotic jungles. We will use a variety of media and especially paint, which will be applied with brushes, fingers, and perhaps even toes! Join us for this special camp perfectly suited for twos.
Game on! -- Mrs. Berner
In this fun-filled camp we'll be using our fine and gross motor skills to design and make games to share with our friends and family. Foosball?? That's just one of the games that we'll make and try out at camp along with several others.
Elephants, tigers, and bears - oh my! -- Mrs. Willard
This action-packed camp includes unique interactive activities while learning about two new zoo animals and their habitats daily. You child's curiosity will be stretched all while developing social, language, and cognitive skills. Which animal will be their favorite?
On safari! -- Mrs. Kennedy
Get ready for a wild adventure as we explore the African landscape! While "out and about" we'll also explore our feelings and how God responds to each of them.. You don't want your child to miss making safari clime, creating animal tracks with paint, or any of the other WILD projects!
Teddy bear camp -- Mrs. Willard
A teddy bear always elicits a smile, so let's bring them to camp during this week. We'll enjoy a teddy bear picnic, sing songs and fingerplays, build caves for our bears, play games with them, and learn LOTS about bears. It will be bears, bears...everywhere!
Naturally nature! -- Mrs. Willard
God's creation is all around so let's REALLY look at it. Rocks, fuzzy critters, feathered briends, leaves and trees, wetland creatures creepers and crawlers...all of these will highlight our week where we'll develop our senses and creativity exploring our natural environment.