Our families had a fabulous Summer Camp last year. What a great summer!
Thanks to all our wonderful Alumni for returning to help us inaugurate our new Lynnbrook Center. We loved seeing all your children again and miss them already !
This Year's Summer Camp
is in The Works
Summer camps are not just for school-aged children. Preschoolers can also benefit greatly from participating in summer camps. Here are some of the benefits of summer camp for preschoolers:
Socialization: Summer camps provide an excellent opportunity for preschoolers to socialize with other children their age. This helps them develop social skills and build friendships.
Independence: Summer camps encourage preschoolers to be more independent. They can make choices and decisions independently (under teacher supervision), which helps build confidence and self-esteem.
Outdoor Activities: Summer camps offer a wide range of outdoor activities, such as hiking, swimming, and exploring nature. These activities provide fun and entertainment and promote physical activity and healthy habits.
Creative Expression: Many summer camps offer art and music programs that help preschoolers express themselves creatively. This helps to foster creativity, imagination, and self-expression.
Learning New Skills: Summer camps offer a great opportunity for preschoolers to learn new skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, and communication. These skills are essential for success later in life.
Exposure to Diversity: Summer camps allow preschoolers to interact with children from different backgrounds who speak other languages, which helps to promote empathy and understanding.
In summary, summer camps provide an excellent opportunity for preschoolers to learn, grow, and develop new skills. They also offer an excellent way for children to have fun, make new friends, and create lasting memories.