• Leapstart After School

2019 Summer Camps

Leapstart - After School Summer Program

HAVE A SPECTACULAR SUMMER WITH LEAPSTART CAMPS!

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Performing Arts | June 10th – 14th 

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Give your kids a chance to get over their shyness: enact a play before the audience and lose their fear of public speaking. Over and above all that, what greater joy can they have than dressing up in costumes and pretending to be the character that they have always dreamt of being! With props, music, costumes, and stage decorations, kids get to explore their acting skills. Let’s bring out the actors and actresses within them paving the way for a STEAM major and making them realize that “A” for Arts is equally important for innovation.

 

Wizard World | June 17th – 21th  

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Come dwell in the fantasy world of wizards! Let your kids see Harry Potter and the other characters come alive by creating all by themselves hats, brooms (like the Firebolt), potions, and wands (like the Elder Wand) in this “Land of Wizards.”! A chance of a lifetime for them to see before their very eyes–fiction transforming into reality–through their favorite, fictional character, Harry Potter!

 

Art in my Heart | June 24th – 28th 

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Kids will bring out their creative and artistic talents through canvas painting. Using water colors, they will create colorful and personalized caps, bags, and mugs that they get to take home. With gentle strokes of their paintbrush, they will create eye-catching artifacts that bring out their innovative and artistic talents. Let their minds explore the wonders that they can achieve through a spectrum of colors along with creating the perfect gift for their parents, grandparents, or teachers!  Let’s begin!

 

Fun in the Sun | July 8th – 12th

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Kids get to have a lot of Fun in the Sun through the following outdoor activities: A visit to Home Depot to see either the blooming flowers in the pots or the myriads of rows and shelves with tools and gadgets! A visit to the park to explore the wonders of nature. Another day’s activity involves kids preparing and eating snacks in the open sun while learning how to prepare the food! Empower your kids by making them reflect on the ingredients, recipes, and techniques of cooking! The fourth activity involves rock painting and this wonderful outdoor activity week ends with a visit to Blackberry Farm—an exciting day for your kids! What better way, to cool themselves from the summer heat, than by swimming and splashing in the refreshing water!

 

Creative Me! | July 15th – 19th  

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Awaken your kids’ creativity and DIY (Do It Yourself) skills! Let your kids experiment with patterns and color contrasts, all on their own, through colored sand in bottles.  Your kids get to make keychains with beads and charms that will constitute their own personalized gifts! One keychain can serve for your house key and an extra keychain can serve as a zipper pull for their back packs! In addition, your kids also get to do Paper Quilting and get a chance to decorate your dining table’s vase with Colorful Paper Flowers by interweaving metallics and paper flowers with intricate designs! The week ends with the kids making Clay Magnets. Let them decorate your frig door with their own, unique DIY creations!

 

Star Trek | July 22th – 26th

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Help your kids develop a team spirit by working with other kids in a group and building mobile planets! Give them a chance to learn about our wonderful galaxy with its amazing planets and stars! To top it all, the kids will visit the Planetarium to get a spectacular, first-hand view of our wonderful Solar system through their own eyes!

 

Mix & Match | July 29th – Aug 2nd 

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This week has a mixture of activities to get your kids up and running. Not only do they get to dress up with Mix N Match clothes, but a lot more!  This week, Bollywood meets Hip-Hop in a fun-filled class of dance. Not just that, the kids get to play Basketball one day! They can explore their creativity through Arts and Crafts another day! The kids get to bring out the “little chef” within them through a hands-on cooking activity. And, not to forget, a “Fun in the Sun” outdoor activity that’s filled with so much fun and laughter making them yearn for next year’s summer too longing to return with the same zeal as now! What are you waiting for? Let’s begin!

 

Performing Arts | Aug 5th – 9th

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Give your kids a chance to get over their shyness: enact a play before the audience and lose their fear of public speaking. Over and above all that, what greater joy can they have than dressing up in costumes and pretending to be the character that they have always dreamt of being! With props, music, costumes, and stage decorations, kids get to explore their acting skills. Let’s bring out the actors and actresses within them paving the way for a STEAM major and making them realize that “A” for Arts is equally important for innovation.

 

Spy Academy ( ages 6-11 ) | June 10th – 14th

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From decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision, campers check out spy tech equipment and take-home lots of gadgets! Step into the shoes of a detective as you uncover the science involved in evidence gathering and analysis! Figure out the science of forensics and reveal who is behind those crazy capers! Become a super spy and learn clever ways of performing tasks as we take a hands-on view of the science that spies and detectives use! (Children must know how to read and write full sentences)

 

Bollywood Dance | June 17th – 21th

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Bollywood meets hip hop in this fun-filled class where we move and groove to some amazing mixes. Crews, Free-styling and Battles are identifiers if this style. This includes basic moves for the novice dancer. This is a fun energetic class for all dance lovers who love to express through music and dance.

 

Reaction in Action (ages 6-11) | June 24th – 28th

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Dive into the realms of the Chemical and Physical world in this crazy week of non-stop action – and Reaction! Explore our wonderlab and find eggs that don’t break, ice that doesn’t melt, and discover how to freeze time! Perform spectacular hands on experiments and continue the fun at home with the gadgets you’ve designed in the lab!

 

Gymnastics (Age: 5 to 10 years old) | July 8th – 12th

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Gymnastics Camp focus in teaching techniques, proper progressions, reinforcing current skills, and building on what each gymnast is working at home or previous classes. The activities are performed on mats, apparatus, and more in a safety environment. Fee includes a Ribbon award at the end of the camp. Students should wear appropriate sport clothing, bring snacks, and a water bottle.

 

Basketball (Age: 5 to 14 years old) | July 15th – 19th

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Basketball Camp emphasize the development of skills through fun activities as well of games or/and scrimmages at the end of each day. We encourage participation, team work, and fair play. Fee includes a Ribbon award at the end of the camp. Students should wear appropriate sport clothing, sun screen, bring snacks, and a water bottle.

 

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STEM Program (Students in grades 5 and above) | July 22th – 26th

STEM program where Students will learn Math concepts, start programming with Octave, get hands on with Octave (similar to MATLAB used in High school and Engineering Classes) and write programs to create animations to visualize their work in action. In this session they will also learn to modify programs to create complex loops and manipulate them. Offered by https://soaringredwoods.com.

Equipment: Students should bring a basic laptop minimum 4 GB memory, USB/SD card slot and minimum Windows Home operating system

STEM Program (Students in grades 5 and above) | July 29th – Aug 2nd

STEM program where students will write programs to generate, modify and manipulate images using Octave. They will learn concepts of Image Processing like Image editing and filtering and write related programs in Octave. They will also get an introduction to Digital Video basics and create their own video clips. Offered by https://soaringredwoods.com.

Equipment: Students should bring a basic laptop minimum 4 GB memory, USB/SD card slot and minimum Windows Home operating system

 

Chess (Age: 5 to 14 years old) | Aug 5th – Aug 9th

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Chess camp is being led by an accomplished chess expert and instructor. Students will focus on the basics of chess, openings, middle game, end games, peace movement, captures, checkmate, and tactics. Daily worksheets provided. The students will prepare for tournaments. A Fee includes a Ribbon award at the end of the camp. Students should bring snacks and a water bottle

 

Lego Robotics Camp

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Camp info:

https://www.starkidsafterschool.org/summer-camp-2019

Registration link:

https://www.starkidsafterschool.org/register

EXTENDED CARE AVAILABLE ALL DAYS OF THE CAMP

 

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