For kids ages 4 to 11

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Camps are at Seabury's Browns Point campus

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For children ages 4-6 

New 4 to 6

Building Far & Wide

When: July 8-12; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $400 

Join a group of future engineers for a week filled with activities to get kids moving, building, designing and thinking! Campers will enjoy tremendous freedom to explore, design, engineer and build as far and wide as they desire using building materials such as Lincoln Logs, Kapla Blocks, train towns, board games, and thousands of LEGOS. There will be daily STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) challenges to help build & develop creativity and design skills. Includes a field trip to the Foss Waterway Seaport Museum to view the railway. 

Somewhere in the Ocean

July 15-19; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $400

Somewhere in the Ocean camp was inspired by the song and book Somewhere in the Ocean written by Jennifer Ward and T. J. Marsh and illustrated by Kenneth J. Spengler. In this five-day camp, students will explore the symbiotic relationships that occur naturally in the oceans and discuss what keeps the largest ecosystems on Earth alive and healthy. Students will explore a variety of living things found in the ocean, such as fish, otters, algae, corals, and plants.

The Enchanted Forest: Fairy Gardens & Gnome Heads

July 22-26; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $400

Escape into a wonderful world alight with whimsy! Here you will learn about local plant life, woodland creatures, natural engineering, and all your favorite fairytale friends. We will start off the week with a field trip at Point Defiance to gather items to build with and explore the local habitat. We will then dive into creation and exploration through an assortment of games, art projects, physical activities, and all manner of nature-inspired happenings. Join us to create a fairy garden, gnome home, or terrarium, mine for crystals, craft fantasy stories, attend a garden party, and more!

For kids ages 5 to 85 to 8

Geology Rocks!

July 29-Aug. 2; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $400

Have you ever found a rock and put it in your pocket? Do volcanoes, earthquakes, and the Periodic Table fascinate you? Do you like to wear shirts that say "Gneiss Chert"? Then you are thinking like a geologist! Get ready for some interesting, hands-on, exciting scientific activities including: sorting a variety of cool rocks from a private collection; re-creating the rock cycle using candy; doing detective work using methods of identification like real scientists; discovering the fossil record and the evidence of a supercontinent; cracking open a geode; giving mining a try; learning more about the Periodic Table of Elements; exploding a volcano; building an earthquake-proof structure, and going on a real treasure hunt. 

For kids ages 7 to 117 to 11

Around the world in 80 days (or less)

July 8-12; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $400

Without ever stepping foot on a plane, campers will “travel” the world, learning about foods, games, and traditions along the way. In Mexico we’ll make sugar skulls and sample tres leches cake. In China we’ll bake almond cookies and make dragon puppets. In Brazil, we’ll make rain sticks and play Cinco Marias – and that’s just the first few days! This fast-paced camp includes lots of hands-on fun!

Art in Nature

July 15-19; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $400

Calling all nature loving artists! Art in Nature will allow budding artists to test different art forms and connect their creativity to nature. We will be spending our time with a combination of indoor and outdoor activities finding ways to use natural materials for our artwork and exploring ways in which art and nature connect. We will sketch in nature, create with nature, and make both temporary and permanent artworks focusing on nature and animals. We will incorporate writing, science, and art in our daily activities. If you are a nature or animal lover who loves to create, this class is for you! One day will be spent on location at Dash Point State Park.

Survive in The Wild

July 22-26; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $400

Bushcraft!  Join fellow adventurers and learn the skills to survive, thrive, and find your way in the outdoors. Campers will explore a variety of skills including shelter building; knot tying; native plant identification; map and compass navigation; and wilderness safety and first aid. At the end of the week, campers will flex their new skills at the Dash Point orienteering course.

Global Myths and legends

July 22-26; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $400

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.

Dramatic Drama

July 29-Aug. 2; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $400

In this exciting and creative day camp students will choose a popular children's book and turn it into a theatrical performance. As a team, our Seabury troupe will write the script; design the costumes, sets and props; rehearse and perform! Families will be invited to witness our awesome performance on the last day of camp.

Code of conduct & cancellation policies for SeaburySquared programs HERE

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

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