MOUNT PLEASANT SUMMER SUPPLEMENT CLASSES
In addition to the Summer Camp curriculum, parents can register their children for Supplement Classes. Please see descriptions and age requirements below. Registration for Supplements is on the same form as Summer Camp registration.
- Kids in the Kitchen
- Power Play Super Sports Camp
- Little Sprouts Gardening
- Wee Little Arts
- Little Maestros
- Kids Dance Party
- SEA Kids
- Drama Rama
- Tumble Time
- Clay Time
June 7th - June 11th | Ages 4s & up | $100
Kids in the Kitchen is a hands-on “disguised” learning experience! Without even realizing, children learn math, science and reading as they measure, mix and follow recipes! The children get messy and sticky mixing their creative concoctions. Our very own Chef, Johannah Morgan, enjoys exposing the children to tasty and homemade culinary treats!
Johannah Morgan: email@example.com
June 7th - June 11th | Ages 3s & up | $80
This is a high energy camp filled with exciting twists on skill development. Emphasis is placed on building character through teamwork and spirited competition, all while developing the children's gross motor skills. Non-stop action and fun are guaranteed in each uniquely designed session.
Attire: Athletic clothing and closed-toed shoes requested. No cleats or shin guards needed. Training shirts are available for an additional charge.
Kevin Jackson: firstname.lastname@example.org, 843-628-1378
June 14th - June 18th | Ages 3s & up | $79
It's SuperSports Camp! Perfect for your active little athlete! Each day, we'll explore new sports and games incorporating our favorite summer themes like Beach Volleyball, Backyard Baseball, Gator Golf, Olympic Games and more! We encourage a true love of sports in a fun, non-competitive, and developmentally appropriate way. Let's Play Ball!
Attire: Comfortable clothing and athletic shoes are best!
Melanie Slattery: email@example.com, 803-446-1257
June 21st - June 25th | Ages 3s & up | $95
Help solve Mr. McGregor's garden mystery of how a garden grows! Unique opportunity for your little sprout to discover nature up close with texture, seed exploration, bugs, flowers, and vegetables as they wiggle their fingers in the soil, create beautiful garden art and containers from recycled materials. All garden crafts are made from recyclable and or biodegradable items. Enjoy making recycled garden art, self-watering vegetable containers, seed bombs, painted clay garden stones, experiments with flowers, vegetable & seeds and milk jug hanging containers.
Pam Cozart: firstname.lastname@example.org
June 28th - July 2nd | Ages 3s & up | $125
Wee Little Arts is Charleston's premier visual arts program, dedicated to engaging and empowering children by helping them discover the creative process. Our approach fosters creativity in students and encourages the development of critical thinking and fine motor skills. During these fun and exploratory camps, students will travel to different regions of the world and experience art in its many forms. This summer we will create a few different pieces using a variety of mediums that we typically wouldn't have time for during the school year. Guaranteed FUN, EDUCATIONAL, & SUPER CREATIVE!!
Attire: Smocks are provided, but children are encouraged to not wear their best clothes to art.
Melissa Bradshaw: email@example.com, 843-345-8174
June 28th - July 2nd | Ages 3s & up | $105
Explore the language of music through singing, movement, instruments, and fun! Nationally acclaimed Suzuki violin instructor, Lisa Deakins, will lead the students in developing their listening skills, rhythmic precision, and violin technique through hands-on learning. Students will also learn performance skills and play percussion instruments. All materials are provided, including a handmade box violin and bow that your child will get to keep at the end of camp.
Ms. Lisa holds a master's degree in Music Education and Suzuki pedagogy. She has over 15 years of teaching and performing experience and is excited to share her passion for music with your children.
Lisa Deakins: firstname.lastname@example.org
July 6th - July 9th | Ages 4s & up | $85
Sensei David and Sensei Anne Pettus, owners of School of Empty Hand Art, will open the world of karate to your child while exercising their minds and bodies. Focus and discipline are buzzwords you will hear in class. Students will learn about appropriate karate behavior to use in and out of class. They introduce the basic fundamentals of karate through movements, games and drills. Reinforcement of healthy habits and positive character development - fun and safe!
Attire: Karate t-shirts and pants are available for sale if desired.
David & Anne Pettus: email@example.com, 843-762-4311
July 6th - July 9th | Ages 3s & up | $60
A developmental dance class for boys and girls incorporating gross and fine motor development, flexibility, grace, poise and FUN! Popular songs and choreography will be featured as well as bubble dance parties, glow parties and more!
Attire: Comfortable clothing requested.
Rebecca Bott: firstname.lastname@example.org, 843-697-6411
July 12 - July 16th | Ages 3 & up | $95
Join in the adventures of SEA (science - engineering- art) Kids. Each day “SEA” projects are partnered with stories that bring learning to life. “SEA” projects promote natural inquiry, promote problem solving skills and illustrates concepts that are being learned. Kids who tinker and create will build a brighter tomorrow.
Pam Cozart: email@example.com
July 19th - July 23rd | Ages 4s & up | $85
Andria Bradley will encourage her drama students to express themselves through creative movement and music, costume dress up, storytelling, puppetry, visual art and imagination. Drama allows children to interact in a group and gain self-confidence through games, cooperation and taking turns while supporting and encouraging each other. Drama increases awareness of self and others in the world around us…but most of all, drama expands our imaginations while having lots of fun!
Andria Bradley: firstname.lastname@example.org
July 26th - July 30th | Ages 3s & up | $95
Guess where Little Yoga Sprouts of Charleston are going this summer? Around the world! We’ll move like penguins, hop like kangaroos, pose like pelicans and talk like monkeys! Here’s what’s in store – cool yoga poses, fun breathing exercises, calming meditation games, upbeat kids’ music, and creative movement! AND….. drum roll……Can you believe these little yogis will also learn the Sun Salutation sequence? I can’t wait to see everyone. We provide mats and their Around the World ticket, complete with a little map.
Alice Cinnante: email@example.com
August 2nd-August 6th | Ages 2 & up | $85
Tumble Time is an exciting combination of gymnastics, coordination and basic body movement incorporated with rhymes and music specifically for children 2 to 6 years old. Children are taught gymnastics skills in a progression style on junior-sized Olympic style equipment. Heidi Davidson is a nationally recognized Kinder Accredited Instructor.
Attire: Stretchy clothing and closed-toed shoes.
Heidi Davidson: firstname.lastname@example.org, 843-324-7999
August 2nd - August 6th | Ages 4s & up | $95
Ms. Lauren Gift will offer students an exciting creative arts program through the dynamic use of polymer clay. Polymer clay is a type of oven bake modeling clay that offers the ability for students to bring home timeless keepsakes. Students will be introduced to the basics of the polymer clay building and sculpting process. In class, children will strengthen their sensory skills as they learn to manipulate polymer clay into different animals and shapes. Clay also has the ability to boost your child's self-esteem. Children get to claim a sense of pride and accomplishment by creating something out of clay! A white ball of clay can suddenly become a bunny. With the use of their imagination, the bunny springs to life in the most spectacular way. Ready, set, create!
Lauren Gift: email@example.com