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IRVINGTON  EXTENDED  DAY  SUMMER CAMP 2018

                                                            Ph. 503-287-9751 iedprogram.org

 

Summer Hours of operation: 7:30-5:30

 

Summer at IED is relaxed and fun, with plenty of time for outside play. Our camp will present an awesome new theme each week as we explore with activities, recipes and games from all over the globe. We will learn some unusual art techniques, and play with water on hot summer days!  In addition, children will have time to play in the gym, garden, learn team games, and create art all summer long. Activities are designed for 1st through 4th grade.    ***Please see our other flyer for the 4 & 5 year-old camps****  http://alamedaprek.com/summer-2011/guide/

We may divide into groups each day for different age appropriate activities, coming together again at different points in the day for lunch and outside play time. Healthy snacks will be offered two times a day.

Children are enrolled on a weekly basis. You may register for any week/s. In order to reserve a spot for your child, please register by April 1st, 2018. After that, registrations will be taken on a space available basis.

 

           WEEKLY THEMES

 

Week 1. MURAL MADNESS June 11-June 15  Summer camp begins! For the first time, IED campers will create and paint an original mural on the wall outside of our classroom! Campers will look at “outdoor” art like graffiti, chalk drawings and Mandalas to get inspired. We will also make a few really cool side projects. On the field, we will be playing some classics like capture the flag and stickball. For a treat this week, we will be making rice krispie paintbrushes!!  

 

Week 2.COUNTRY FAIR June 18-June 22   IED presents its second summer fair! Outdoor carnival games like Pop the Balloon, limbo & hula hoop pass will earn you prizes. For crafts we will make printed tea towels, hemp bracelets, kinetic sand and do some face painting. We will make yummy peach pies and nacho pizzas! Campers will practice clown skills by spinning plates, and making balloon animals for friends.

 

Week 3. FUZZY FRIENDS June 25-June 29 Welcome pet lovers! This week we celebrate our furry friends (either real or stuffed) with games & art. Outside games include Barnyard, fetch and cross the stream. For our creative projects, we will make pushteen plushies, sock bunnies and jellyfish lanterns. We also will have a “stuffie adoption” and learn about pet care. For special snack we will make cat cookies and puppy chow.

  

Week 4. ALIEN ART-IFACTS July 9-July 13 Blast off with us this week into DEEP SPACE.  We will play wacky cosmos themed games like 4 armed alien, and have moonwalk relays across the field. Later in the day we will create space themed art projects like cosmic acrylic pours, cloud lights, oil pastel and watercolor planets. For our Friday cooking section we will make “exploding” strawberry shortcake!

                

Week 5. WIZARD WEEK July 16-July 20 First year students are Hogwarts bound, to learn about spell books, wand making and magical beasts. We will make patronus pillows, mini travel trunks and unicorn jewelry holders. Our enchanted sunny summer days will find us outside playing games like hippogriff’s nest, dragon tag and unicorn relay. For snacks we will make monster cookie books and butter beer krispie treats!

 

Week 6.  BEATRIX POTTER  July 23 –July 27 This week, campers will work on splendiferous arts and crafts inspired by the literary works of Beatrix Potter. Projects will include making bunny lanterns, duck mobiles and kitten pillow cases! Our outside time will also follow the theme with games like cats in a corner and rabbit hole. On Friday we will have a tea party with candy cups.  

 

Week 7. POLAR ANIMALS July 30-August 3 A week for Arctic animal fans!! This cool week, we will look at some favorites like Narwhals, polar bears, penguins and Orcas. Projects include T-shirts, clay sculpture, masks and shark hats. Games will be focused on relays and water games to beat the heat. For special snacks we are making cakes yummy owl cupcakes and shark candy sushi.

 

Week 8. WEIRD SCIENCE August 6-August 8. Wahoo! Week 8 is the soggiest, grodiest, messiest week of all. Water themed games all morning like belly burst, over under buckets and cup relays!  In the afternoon we put on our lab coats and explore the wonderful world of science. We will be working with various “growing” polymers, making fizzy drinking potions, racing balloon rockets and learning how to make elephants toothpaste. Plan on getting soaked & covered in slime!   

 

Irvington Extended Day Program 1320 NE Brazee St. Portland, OR, 97212  iedprogram2@gmail.com

  • Weekly Tuition: $250.00. There is no part-time option.
  • Upon receipt of this registration sheet, IED will send a packet for you to fill out and return
  • All registration paperwork and fees must be completed and returned to IED before a child’s place will be held. Tuition over $500 may be split into 2-4 payments. 1 will be due at time of registration, 1 due by May etc.
  • All tuition is due by June 1st.

Please note the following:

  • We cannot pro-rate weekly tuition based on attendance.

      Refund Policy: Cancellations must be submitted in writing (mail, e-mail). Each camp registration is held to a $50 cancellation fee. If you cancel 14 business days or less prior to when your camp week starts, no

amount will be refunded.

  • We cannot refund tuition based on non-attendance.
  • The main activity hours are between 9:30-4:30
  • There is no fee to switch camps if one is available.

 

Please fill out and return this registration form to IED by April 1st. Thank you!

Forms may be dropped in the metal box located outside room 108a or mailed.

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***PLEASE CHECK WHICH WEEK/S YOU ARE INTERESTED IN***

 

YOUR NAME__________________________   CHILD(REN)_______________________________________________

AGE(S)___________    ADDRESS_____________________________________________________________________

PHONE NUMBER________________________       E-MAIL (please print)____________________________________

 

  1. June 11-15   ___FULL__      Mural Madness  **ONLY 4 SPOTS FOR 5 YEAR OLDS**
  2. June 18-22 __FULL____      Country Fair   ONLY 1 SPOT FOR A 5 YEAR OLDS**
  3. June 25-29 __FULL____      Fuzzy Friends **ONLY 4 SPOTS FOR 5 YEAR OLDS**
  4. July 9-13 ___FULL___         Alien ART-ifacts **ONLY 2 SPOTS FOR 5 YEAR OLDS**
  5.   July 16-20 _FULL_____       Wizard Week **ONLY 1 SPOT FOR A 5 YEAR OLDS**
  6. July 23-27 _FULL_____ Beatrix Potter      
  7. July 30-August 3 ___   Polar Animals **ONLY 2 SPOTS FOR 5 YEAR OLDS**
  8. August 6-8 __FULL____    Weird Science  

 

                                                                             **Please ask about our Kindergarten camps*** 

Summer Program

Director Mir Emampoor

 

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