Chicago Preschool Summer Camp

Chicago Preschool Summer Camp

Chicago Preschool Summer Camp

Kindergarten Camp Chicago

Sessions 1, 2, and 3

During the summer, Junior Camp is the place to be! MPA Summer Camp is pleased to offer this premier program, for three, four, five, and six-year-old campers. Preschool & Kindergarten Camp is limited to 12 campers, with one experienced professional and one select counselor - a 6:1 ratio!  First Grade Junior Day camp is limited to 15 campers.

A regular day includes rotation through subject-based activities, snack, and outside playtime with frequent water play (weather permitting). Half-day campers go home prior to lunch. Full-day campers stay for lunch, rest time (preschool only), and whole group activities.

Note: Campers must be toilet-trained, independent in the bathroom, and be 3 years old by May 1, 2017.

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The Junior Day Camp consists of:

Pre-K to Kindergarten  – (3-5 years old)

Note: Campers must be toilet-trained, independent in the bathroom, and be 3 years old by May 1, 2017.

During the summer, Junior Camp is the place to be! MPA Summer Camp is pleased to offer this premier program, for three, four, and five-year-old campers. Preschool & Kindergarten Camp is limited to 12 campers, with one experienced professional and one select counselor - a 6:1 ratio!

 

Jr. Camp Entering 1st Grade – (6 years old) 

Note: Campers must be 6 years old by September 1, 2017.

In 1st Grade Jr. Camp, we will have fun with thematic units while we will focus on letter-sound recognition, beginning and ending consonants, word families, sight words, and Wilson Fundations phonics (to “tap” out sounds to make words). In Reading, the emphasis will be on fluency, sight word recognition, comprehension, and sequencing. Reading response activities will extend these skills. We will incorporate writing and journaling activities too. Transitional spelling, writing down the “sounds you hear” will be used, along with exposure to grammar rules for capitalization, spaces between words, and punctuation. In Math, we will cover number recognition, hundreds chart skills, counting money, time to the hour and half hour, place value, and word problems. Addition and subtraction will be incorporated within these skills, too.

 

The Junior Day Camp schedule is as follows...

  • Circle & Calendar Time
  • Morning Activity Rotation: Hands-on learning opportunities centered around the subject areas: Music and Movement, Sports and Games, Math, Science, Reading, and Language Explorations.
  • Recess and Water Play: Students have the chance to play on the playground and interact with their classmates in free play. Campers also have the choice to participate in water play each day.
  • Lunch Time (for Junior Day campers staying full day)/Dismissal for Half-Day Junior Day campers.
  • Story Time
  • Afternoon Activity in Homeroom Junior Day camp has thematic units each week. Afternoon art and science explorations will be centered around these integrated themes.

 

Activity Descriptions

Music and Movement – In this class, students will participate in games which will focus on coordination and balance. Additionally, there will be time spent on stretching and building flexibility. What is movement without music? Fun children's songs and music will be played to aid us in our movement.

Science – Junior Day campers will learn about life outdoors. They will explore animals, plants, and trees. Campers will participate in hands-on activities introducing them to the world of science.

Math Fun – Campers can expect to explore numbers, patterns, and counting in this fun Math class. They will have a hands-on opportunity to gain a greater understanding of each concept. Books and games will be used as a way to reinforce each concept as it is taught.

Sports and Games – Games geared towards building teamwork are the focus of this fun class! Campers will participate in games that will help them build endurance and coordination while reinforcing important skills such as following directions and good sportsmanship. Additionally, campers will have a chance to use a variety of athletic equipment.

Reading Fun – Junior Day campers will experience rich literature through big books, author studies, and early readers. Books will correspond to their thematic units. Campers will work on projects and activities related to the story to help reinforce the theme and encourage them to be excited about reading readiness and learning new words.

 

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Morgan Park Academy Summer Camp serves the following areas: Chicago, Morgan Park, Lemont, Monee, Orland Park, Schererville, Evergreen Park, Mt. Greenwood, Beverly, Flossmoor, West Beverly, Frankfort, Oak Brook, Orland Park, Burr Ridge, Homewood, Olympia Fields, Country Club Hills, Alsip, Oak Lawn, Hammond, Northern Indiana, South Side, South West Side and Hyde Park. We offer a Summer Camp, Academic Camp, Sports Camp, Day Camp, Junior Day Camp, Pre-K Camp, PreK Camp, Preschool Camp, Kindergarten Camp, Elementary School Camp, Middle School Camp, High School Camp, 1st Grade Camp, 2nd Grade Camp, 3rd Grade Camp, 4th Grade Camp, 5th Grade Camp, 6th Grade Camp, 7th Grade Camp, 8th Grade Camp, Summer Activities, Drivers Ed, ACT Prep Class, Gymnastic Camp, Theater Camp, Soccer Camp, Tennis Camp, Baseball Camp, Summer School, Archery Camp, Full Day Camp, and Half Day Camp. We are a Chicago Summer Camp and a Chicago South Side Summer Camp.