Don’t miss this great event to learn about summer camps for your kids. February 1st, 2020, 11am-2pm, PS 261 gymnasium.
The below camps will be in attendance to answer all your questions!
Backpacks + Binoculars Summer Camp is an excursion based camp with locations in Cobble/Boerum Hill, Fort Greene and Prospect Heights. Understanding that the world is our playground, our focus is on exploration and discovery. Each camp week consists of a unique theme, with daily trips and activities geared towards exploring the theme. All meals are provided, including breakfast, lunch and snacks, and the weekly tuition covers care from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. Whether your child loves art, adventure or science, Backpacks + Binoculars has a theme for you!
Kids play and develop modern board games while building critical thinking, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills. After playing, we discuss different strategies and propose changes to the game. This leads to play-testing a new variation of the game! We also playtest and preview games in production. Plus, there are sessions for kids to design their own original games!
Kids earn badges during each session, earning their way onto one of our Immortal Clans, and joining our mega-game, Immortal Wars!
Summer in the Soil Urban Agriculture Camps combine greening & growing, cooking, green arts, S.T.E.A.M. and youth development activities for a summer of exploration and growth! From roots to fruits to compost pile, campers will examine where their food comes from and why it matters… and have lots of fun!
Berkshire Hills is a co-ed, Jewish sleepaway camp which offers two different sleepaway camp experiences. The first is our Culinary Camp where we teach culinary skills while building a strong positive community. This program is open to children ages 10-15 and all skill levels are welcome! Second is our Traditional Camp for children ages 7-16. Campers at Traditional Camp build friendships and gain independence while engaging in a wide array of activities including sports, arts, and outdoor adventure. Come learn more about us!
Child’s Play NY theater camps inspire courage, compassion and creativity! These week-long camps in Brooklyn for ages 3-11 are lauded by Time Out New York Kids as the best summer acting camps. Led by professional actors, kids are encouraged to flex their imaginative muscles and learn sophisticated theater technique too. Every Friday there is a show…Join us! Full day camps run in Carroll Gardens and Brooklyn Heights, half day camps meet in Carroll Gardens and Fort Greene. Additional full day camps meet at Avenues: The World School and Berkeley Carroll.
Curious Jane is a superfun summer camp that runs programs revolving around science + engineering + design! Campers get creative and inventive in themed week-long sessions packed with hands-on making. It’s totally DIY and totally awesome!
Our full day week long summer camps encourage young dancers to connect and grow through movement, music and visual arts. Students delve into the foundations of ballet and modern technique, with exploration of musicality, choreography and improvisation. Throughout the afternoon, students will develop an original musical composition, props, costumes and scenery to showcase at our end of week performance!
At CAMP/pixel, we take cutting-edge tech skills (like those found in college-level Computer Science classes) and break them down into intriguing, hands-on experiences for kids ages 7-13. Whether it’s using our hackerspace, developing a video game, experimenting with virtual reality, or producing a movie, our project-based approach encourages exploration and creativity while always promoting our Rule #1: Have Fun.
JCC Brooklyn Summer Day Camps provide a safe and exciting environment where children can build lifelong friendships and unforgettable experiences that will last a lifetime. We believe that the summer camp experience should be fun and informative; exciting and supportive and challenging and rewarding. Campers travel to the beautiful, gated 177 acre outdoor facilities on a country-like campus in Bay Ridge several times a week featuring baseball and soccer fields, an outdoor pool, private eight-lane bowling alley, movie theater, basketball courts, arcade and cafe on site.
The YMCA of Greater New York’s Day Camp offers a wide range of engaging summer day options that accommodate all families.
You’ll find programs convenient to home and work, and programs that meet your child’s interests and abilities. Children can enroll in just a few weeks at camp or spend the entire summer with us!
ALL Y CAMPS FEATURE:
• Well-trained staff who serve as positive role modelsActivities that promote cultural diversity
• Lessons in conservation and protecting the environment
• Exposure to new age-appropriate, challenging, and fun experiences
• An atmosphere that fosters fairness, teamwork, and cooperation
• Visits to the city’s top attractions, including zoos, aquariums, parks, and museums
• Health, exercise, and nutrition education
The Homage Skateboard Academy is an indoor skateboarding educational facility. Our experienced instructors love to teach skateboarding and are constantly progressing in their teaching abilities, just like their skating abilities. We think that skateboarding is more than just a physical activity though, so we also teach about skateboarding culture and how skateboarding can change the way a person perceives their surroundings.
Our facilities allow for a teaching program suited to anyone interested in putting their two feet on a board, no matter how young or old, or what style of skateboarding the student is interested in. We can teach the basics of just riding on flat ground, or we can teach tricks and how to skate obstacles.
Brooklyn Robot Foundry’s Summer Sessions are so awesome! These full week sessions, featuring hands-on building and creativity, run from 9:30a-3p, with an extended day option until 6pm, all summer long.
Our standard Robot Builders program, for children entering K-4th grade, will feature two alternating curricula in which children will be making 7-8 of their very own robots each week. Robot Coding, for children entering 3rd-7th grades, will be offered select weeks and features a combination of hands-on building and programming in small groups. Returning students in grades 3-5 may enroll in our Robot Inventors program and create their own projects all week.
All of our options include free play, outdoor time and lots of additional fun (plus some actual STEAM education – but you don’t have to tell the kids that!).
Camp Lango—our signature summer program—combines all the fun of traditional summertime activities with all the rigor of a Spanish or Mandarin immersion language program. Lead by our talented teaching staff, students learn through a variety of creative exercises (e.g. dance, music, and crafts) and cultural excursions about the Spanish or Mandarin-speaking world.
Encourage your child’s creative side with this unique innovators’ camp, where children ages 3-12 dabble in robot-building, structural engineering, and chemistry to their heart’s desire. While NORY Robots & Science offers a full day of robotics fun, active kiddos may also love Soccer & STEM or Swim & STEM, which split time equally between robotics and a sport. With 9 Manhattan and Brooklyn locations to choose from, as well as flexible scheduling, there is something for every innovator.
Calling all kids and creators, ages 5 to 15! Join Cinemakidz this summer and become a Filmmaker, Animator, Movie-star, Adventurer, and more! Campers explore media and technology as they learn the fundamentals of storytelling, cinematography, video production and editing, in a hands-on creative environment. Projects are completely kid-made from start to finish! We encourage experimentation, risk taking, and collaboration. Offering several week-long themes including: Filmmaking, Computer and Stop-motion Animation, YouTube Series Production, NYC Adventurers and classes with a twist like Skateboard Filmmaking, a Cooking Show and Game Show series, and even a Muppet-Making Skit class. Located at Pine Street School, in downtown Manhattan, and at the Williamsburg Northside School, running through June, July and August.
As a premier Brooklyn summer camp, we know that the summer camp experience is one that stays with a child long after the final swim, camp song or circle. Since 1992, we’ve watched our campers gain confidence, build leadership skills and approach their daily lives with a newfound sense of adventure and excitement. We offer flexible registration, extended hours, and transportation.
This summer Brooklyn Music Factory is once again joining forces with our neighbors at Brooklyn Boulders for a unique–and totally rocking!–camp experience. At Brooklyn Music Factory’s summer camp, kids ages 4-12 join bands and spend their days writing songs in our fully equipped studios. In addition, campers get to enjoy free time every day at our neighborhood park and rock-climbing at Brooklyn Boulders. On Fridays, friends and family are invited to a celebratory gig–where all the bands play their original songs on the BMF Mainstage!
The Double Daring Camp for Girls presents Daring Girls: Adventures in Mythology. Our all-girl environment provides a safe space for the development of meaningful bonds with encouragement and guidance from our staff. At our outdoor day camp, located in Prospect Park, girls explore nature and celebrate and discover the heroines & goddesses of mythology all while inspiring creativity, confidence and, of course, daring!
Brooklyn Preschool of Science Summer Camp is a place to ask questions and experiment. A place to grow and play and learn through hands-on, inquiry-based science.
At Brooklyn Preschool of Science Summer Camp we handle insects, build simple machines, and excavate for fossils. We ask questions about the world around us. We observe, predict, experiment, and measure. We love it when kids ask why!
Our camp is geared for children ages 2-5 years old.
Textile Arts Center Summer Camp welcomes campers ages 5-13 to create and connect with the world of contemporary and historical textiles in interactive and exciting week long programs. With each new session of camp your child will create an in depth project in Weaving Class or Textile Surface Design Class, as well as daily craft projects using fiber and textile processes and concepts drawn from the exhibition we visit on our field trip.
Textiles exist in the world of utility as well as fine art and exist in nearly every aspect of our everyday life. Learning about how something is made and the labor that goes into it promotes appreciation of makers and our ecological impact. We empower youth to see themselves as the makers and innovators of the future and to continue their relationship with textiles well after their week at TAC.
TAC staffers are all working artists, designers, researchers, creative practitioners, trained and passionate about working with creative young people. We pride ourselves on creating a nurturing camp community with attention to each individual while fostering an engaging group dynamic. Campers are sure to leave with incredible textiles, great friendships, and lasting memories.
Our camp program is fun-filled and educational, exploring strategic thinking using board and card games. We arrange groups and games by category, skill and or subject. We offer camp on most public and private school holidays.
The Mathnasium Enrichment program is offered year–round for students in 2nd grade through Algebra 1. Whether your child is advanced in math, struggling in school, or somewhere in between, this program is sure to get and keep your child “crazy about math!” To combat summer lag, we also have a new online program for 3rd graders and up!
Camp Yokey summer camp focuses on STEM, specificity on technology and coding aspects of games for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. Campers will learn how to design 3D objects, develop movement and interaction of the objects, play test their creations and import them into a Virtual world. In addition, the camp has strong curriculum of Art classes specifically where art and technology intersect. Located a block away from Barclays Center in Brooklyn and easy to get to, campers will balance their time between technology, group and social activities and outside time. Upcoming classes include Virtual Reality Architects, Game Design with Unreal Engine, VR Art Studio Class, 3D Animation, Roblox Scripting & LUA, Drawing for Video Games, Hardware and much more! All skill sets are welcome, prior coding knowledge is not a requirement for any of Camp Yokey classes.
Spend your summer performing, creating, imagining and having fun at Brooklyn Acting Lab! BAL offers immersive summer acting programs and theater camps for Early Childhood, Elementary School, and Middle School students. Highly creative weekly themes shape the stories we share, the games we play and the art and music that are woven into the flow of each day. Join us for as many weeks as you choose – themes change every week!