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Once Upon a Dream Indoor Summer Camp

Ages 3-12 years

Registration Starts June 20th

Join us for an exciting and imaginative play adventure!

During our camp, campers will explore their creativity through Little chef, Little scientist, Little artist, and Dance classes. Once Upon a Dream’s highly experienced and energetic camp instructors will help campers to open their minds and bodies to new and various experiences. Children will be able to take home all crafts they have made during that day’s camp and will take home a journal at the end of each week to show what they have learned that week.

Each week, we have a different theme!

July 6 - 10: Sharks and Mermaids

Campers will participate in recreational and academic activities such as:

  • Learning different body functions and identifying the body parts of a mermaid versus a shark through worksheets and books
  • Utilizing fine motor skills in painting classes to paint their own shark crafts
  • Strengthening their hands with sensory play (water table and sandbox)
  • Utilizing symbolic thinking and social awareness through group games of Jellyfish and Clownfish
  • Expanding language development, vocabulary, and memorization skills with Under the Sea bingo and flashcards

July 13 - 17: Princess and Knights

Campers will participate in recreational and academic activities such as:

  • Exploring the medieval times through books about castles, princesses, knights, and dragons
  • Utilizing the five senses in our Little Scientist class to discover secret ingredients in the Fairy's Fizzy Potion
  • Enjoying creative and expressive play in our costume and dance party
  • Expanding on their social awareness and gross motor skills through a game of Knight's Duel Using inflatable swords, children will want to play this over and over again. If they succeed in making their opponent's sword fall to the ground, they will be king for the day!

July 20 - 24: Superhero/Villains

Campers will participate in recreational and academic activities such as:

  • Expanding their vocabulary and focusing on developing descriptions for characteristics of a superhero versus a villain
  • Practicing and developing their hand grip while painting in our Little Artist class
  • Designing their own superhero or villain logo and costume
  • Sparking their curiosity on how things work together in our Little Scientist class, creating an antidote for the mad scientist’s poison

July 27 - 31: Pirates and Sea Creatures

Campers will participate in recreational and academic activities such as:

  • Learning about mythical sea creatures during reading time
  • Taking turns with each other, choosing a captain, and choosing teams to experience a battle at sea through pretend play
  • Strengthening their hand skills while enjoying sensory play in our sea-foam bin
  • Tracing seashells, working on composition, and planning to create their own map

August 3 - 7: Jungle

Campers will participate in recreational and academic activities such as:

  • Learning about animals that live in the jungle: Will they be the prey or the predator? Campers will play a game of jungle animals.
  • Choosing books and sharing in a reading circle what we learn about the jungle: What are the characteristics of the jungle? We will work on expanding campers’ vocabulary.
  • Designing their own animal habitat out of varied materials that would mimic the jungle
  • Pretending they’re explorers equipped with explorer’s jackets and a play jeep, they will search for items on their safari list
  • Discussing and listing the characteristics of different animals
  • Developing their fine motor skills while rolling and sculpting the clay to make African inspired masks

August 10 - 14: Travel

Campers will participate in cultural, recreational, and academic activities such as:

  • Exploring different continents (geography) and world travel through coloring worksheets, world crafts, and crafts constructing simple planes and trains
  • Building their own play-size cars and planes, utilizing their gross motor skills, symbolic thinking, and social awareness through collaborative imagination block play
  • Expanding language development, vocabulary, and memorization skills with flashcard games

August 17 - 21: Outer Space

Campers will participate in recreational and academic activities such as:

  • Expanding their spatial awareness while learning about the planets and their movements through space
  • Developing language skills to use descriptive words while creating their own 3D model planets
  • Experiencing their own space training: Will they pass the space training course?
  • Creating their own space landscapes and spaceships using a variety of found objects

August 24 - 28: Carnival

Campers will participate in cultural, recreational and academic activities such as:

  • Coordinating with each other and collaborating together to perform in their own circus
  • Using a variety of supplies and shapes, campers will design their own costumes.
  • Learning about advertising to create their own advertisements for their circus performance
  • Experiencing how to walk the trapeze, tame the lion, and do acrobatics through pretend play
  • Designing their own circus themed treats

August 31st- September 4: Wild West

Campers will participate in recreational and academic activities such as:

  • Learning about the wild, wild, west! Campers will choose teams—the bandits or sheriffs.
  • Experiencing lassoing and herding through a group activity
  • Learning about the gold rush from American history, campers will pan for gold!
  • Painting their own desert landscape in our Little Artist class
  • Experiencing firsthand through pretend play how cowboys corral pigs
  • Creating their own cactus cupcake in our Little Chef class

We offer many options to fit your child's schedule!

   Join us for an exciting and imaginative play adventure!

During our camp, campers will explore their creativity through Little chef, Little scientist, Little artist, and Dance classes. Once Upon a Dream’s highly experienced and energetic camp instructors will help campers to open their minds and bodies to new and various experiences. Children will be able to take home all crafts they have made during that day’s camp and will take home a journal at the end of each week to show what they have learned that week.

Daily sessions:​

All day 9:00 am - 3:00 pm $95 per day/ Sibling $85 per day.
​   Includes:

  • Morning Snack

  • Lunch

  • Afternoon Snack

Morning Half day 9:00 am -12:00 pm $50 per day/ Sibling $45 per day

  • Morning Snack included

​Afternoon Half day 12:00 pm -3:00 pm $50 per day/ Sibling $45 per day

  • Afternoon Snack included

Register for a full week (Monday-Friday) for a discounted rated.

 

Weekly sessions:

Weekly all day session package $450/Sibling $425.
Weekly Morning (9-12) half-day session package $225/Sibling $205.
Weekly Afternoon (12:00 pm-3:00) half-day session package $225/Sibling $205.

Afternoon extended care $20 per hour

*One time non-refundable $30 registration fee per family

Registering for Summer Camp

Camps fill up very quickly, please be sure to register early to ensure your child’s space is reserved. Please provide a copy of campers immunization record, physical test and copy of birth certificate by the first day of camp.

Submit your submission form today, and a team member will get back to you regarding camp fees and camp enrollment packet.

The online Camp Enrollment Form is just one part of the camp enrollment packet. In order to complete your child's registration, the following documents must be submitted to Once Upon a Dream before or on the first day the camper will attend camp:

  • The Camp Enrollment Form
  • The $30 non-refundable registration fee
  • A copy of the camper's immunization record
  • Physical test record
  • Birth certificate or passport as proof of identity