Our summer camps are open to current, prior, or incoming IMS families as well as to families outside IMS with children from 2 years 10 months to 5 years old. Our teachers are preparing weeks of great fun and exploration in a safe, engaging environment. Find the themes that suit your little one and join us!
Because young children feel secure with routines, the structure of our day will be very familiar to the one we enjoy during the school year. You can expect snack in the morning to fuel your child’s fun, 45 minutes of free play on our wooded playgrounds, lunch from home, and nap time for the younger children followed by more activities in the afternoon. For our newest members of the IMS community, camp is a great introduction to the routines of the school year.
Summer Camp Sessions
Week 1: June 18-22 “Great Green Growing Camp”
Students will learn about the plants and animals in our schoolyard environment. They will learn about different life cycles as well experience the plant life cycle by planting and harvesting the garden box. Preparing and enjoying different fresh plant-based snacks will introduce nutrition and healthy choices. Nature crafts and stories will introduce discussions about taking care of our environment.
Week 2: June 25-29 “The First Americans”
Students will explore the customs, crafts, and legends of 5 tribes from North America. Learning about how different tribes made their homes, gathered and prepared food, clothing, transportation, and communicated, students will see how different tribes used their surroundings to meet their needs. We will prepare food, tell stories, play games, and dance to the music of the first Americans.
Week 3: July 2-6 “Fun and Games from Around the World”
Students will make and play games from different continents and cultures. Learning about different countries is part of the fun as students play games, make crafts and prepare a variety of foods from around the world.
Week 4: July 9-13 “Messy Camp”
A highly tactile experience, campers can let loose and indulge in large and messy projects, including how to make things like jello, chopped salad, mashed potatoes.
Week 5: July 16-20 “Science Exploration Camp”
Spark the imagination and curiosity with hands-on science experiments exploring science and nature, using the microscope, combining and separating common substances, making slime and ice cream, erupting volcanoes and much more! Ultimately have a BLAST learning about the world around us.
Week 6: July 23-27 “All Things about Animals”
Learn about interesting and important characteristics of the five classes of vertebrates. Why do some mammals lay eggs? Do some fish really fly? Do dinosaurs exist today? Through stories, crafts, and hands-on experience, the students will ask questions, explore and discover new things about animals.
Week 7: July 30 – August 3 “Amazing Places in the World”
As they travel around the globe, students will visit five amazing places. They will explore the how these wonders of the world were made and the people and animals around them. They will learn about the countries they are located in and enjoy some of the culture, food, art, and music.
Summer Camp Rates
Early Drop Off (7:45 – 8:30) $30 per week
Half Day (8:30AM – 12:30PM) $225 per week
Regular Day (8:30AM – 3:00PM) $295 per week
Extended Day (3:00PM – 5:30PM) $95 per week
Invoices & Payments
For families enrolled at IMS, charges will be invoiced through TADS. Registration is payable either through TADS or by dropping a check off at the main office. Families who are not enrolled will be billed directly through our Business Office and fees are payable by credit card or by mailing a check to IMS.
A non-refundable Registration fees for camps are due by April 20, 2018 or upon invoicing if registering after April 20, 2018.