Four weeks of awesome!

For kids starting at age 4

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Financial aid will be offered to students eligible for free/reduced lunch services. Contact our business office for details.


At Seabury's Browns Point campus

Little People Learn & Play 


Over in the Garden

When: July 11-15; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

For children aged 4-6;  $300

Registration deadline: July 1

(Earlybird discount available)

Backyard scientists, join us as we discover the amazing living things that are right in our backyard. Inspired by the book, Over In The Garden, by Jennifer Ward and T.J. Marsh, we will explore the wonders of the plants and animals in our gardens and how they relate to each other and to us. Dig in the dirt, plant some seeds, be a nature detective on a neighborhood walk, and even create a fairy garden. There is so much to learn as we get our hands dirty! 

Somewhere in the Ocean

July 18-22; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For children aged 4-6;  $300

Registration deadline: July 8

(Earlybird discount available)

Put on your pretend scuba gear and see where we go!  Inspired by the book, Somewhere In The Ocean, by Jennifer Ward and T.J. Marsh, we will explore our oceans and the amazing things that live in them.  From coral reefs to arctic ice sheets, there is so much to discover. Through inquiry, play, art, music, science experiments and more, we will dive deep into the wonders of our ocean environments. 

Everything Dinosaurs

Aug. 1-5; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For children aged 4-6;  $300

Registration deadline: July 22

(Earlybird discount available)

Join us for a prehistoric adventure as we create our own Jurassic World here at Seabury School. You'll spend the week immersed in all things dinosaur. Dig for fossils. Study dinosaur math. (How big – or small – were those guys anyway?) Create a huge prehistoric timeline and populate it with dinosaurs and plants. Identify fossils. Find out about the latest discoveries. Take a field trip to the Burke Museum and see the real T-Rex skull on display. 


For kids in grades 2 to 6

 

Going Green

July 11-15; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Grades 2,3,4/Grades 4,5,6; $300

Registration deadline: July 1

(Earlybird discount available)

Get outside, get your hands dirty, learn about the beauty of nature and dig into some serious garden science! Budding botanists can connect with plants, the environment and each other as they learn to identify plants, bugs and bees beneficial to gardens and look to nature for art inspiration and projects  ranging from leaf rubbings to mosaics. Learn about carnivorous and hydroponic plants. Cook with plants and taste-test different fruits and veggies. Create nature-inspired mosaics, mandalas and other art. Make your own garden plant markers and sun catchers. 

Wild & Wacky Animals

July 18-22; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Grades 2,3,4/Grades 4,5,6; $300

Registration deadline: July 8

(Earlybird discount available)

Adorable axolotls, neato narwhals and perky pangolins! Through hands-on experiments, art, and observation, explore the world of strange species and endangered animals and how they adapt to their habitats. Learn about animal behaviors, locomotion, biomimicry, symbiotic relationships between animals, migration, and adaptations.  Includes a trip to the Point Defiance Zoo to learn about how zoos keep animals’ minds and bodies interested and active through behavioral enrichment.  Explore some of earth’s most unusual animals and animal behaviors. Learn about endangered species and how changes to the climate are affecting animals around the globe. Experiment with animal adaptations like camouflage and opposable thumbs to explore how animals match their environment. Create your own imaginary animal and the story of how it lives in its natural habitat. Learn about animal taxonomy and how different species are related to each other. Explore the science of animal movement with fliers, runners and jumpers. Discover things we can do to protect animals and their habitats.  

Global Myths & Legends

July 25-29; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Grades 2,3,4/Grades 4,5,6; $300

Registration deadline: July 15

(Earlybird discount available)

The world is filled with so many interesting people and places!  Join us as we travel the globe in search of beauty, mystery and adventure.  Using ancient stories and folktales as our guides, we will explore the geography, culture and traditions of modern and ancient people from around the world, and appreciate both what makes us similar and what makes us unique. Use Seabury’s Maker Space to create cultural art such as masks and musical instruments, mosaic and ceramics. Explore and create maps and learn tools for navigating the globe such as latitude and longitude. Write your own myths and legends. Learn about oral tradition and become a storyteller. Explore food, music and celebrations from around the world. 

Genius Camp

August 1-5; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Grades 2,3,4/Grades 4,5,6; $300

Registration deadline: July 22

(Earlybird discount available)

Paint like Vincent Van Gogh. Write like Maya Angelou. Invent like Leonardo Da Vinci. Design like Maya Lin. What do you have in common with these and other famous artists and inventors, and what can you learn from them that will help you explore, create and invent?  Tap into your inner genius as you learn to design, create and invent like these gifted innovators. Learn about scale and perspective and make a life-sized Vitruvian man. Build a Brunelleschi dome and design your own amazing machines and buildings with interesting materials. Explore the art and style of these – and more – famous artists, thinkers and innovators. What amazing things will you accomplish this summer? 

* Before care is available from 8-9 a.m. and after care is available from 3-5 p.m. for an added fee.


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