Treehouse Learning, a longtime leader in quality Early Childhood Education in Boulder County, is now offering weekly summer camp sessions for incoming 1st-3rd grade in our River Classroom, and for incoming kindergartners! Our 2023 camp sessions have been such a success that we’re already planning for 2024!
Our summer camp format offers weekly sessions, so great for families needing continuous care all summer long, as well as for families only needing only specific weeks. Camp hours are 9-3, with before/after care available between 7:30-5:30. Meals and snacks are included- even on field trip days!
What Makes Treehouse Learning Summer Camp Unique?
Our summer program is a mixed-age environment, where our River Camp children have the opportunity to be leaders in our program through service projects in our community. This includes activities like reading aloud to the toddlers in our program, outdoor activities to support the entire community, like replenishing the woodchips on all of our playgrounds, and caring for our entire planet by planting a native, water-wise pollinator garden. All children are invited to join us at 8:45 for Big Circle, our daily community ritual gathering combining music, movement, Brain Gyms, and community, including original Treehouse Learning songs.
What does the Summer program look like across Treehouse Learning?
Outdoor classrooms and nature-based learning, including frequent nature walks, citizen science programs, and more.
Starting seeds, growing plants, flowers, and vegetables, and harvesting food
Planning meals and packing lunches for weekly community field trips
Learning and practicing how to properly compost, recycle, and care for our environment and planet!
Caring for and visiting our three chickens, Peanut, Popcorn, and Rainbow Spice
Ongoing classroom support and coaching from our embedded professional consultants, including a dedicated Brain Gym coach, occupational therapist, and mental health consultant
Experiences consistent with our educational approach of Whole Brain, Whole Person, and Whole Planet