2-in-1 Summer Fun: Wire Sculpture and Watercolor Painting
Instructor: Shellwyn Badger 
Grades: Rising 4th to Rising 6th  
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Wire Sculpture: This pliable art medium is great for that child who loves to work with their hands. First, students will be taught how to sketch their ideas about how we envision our sculptures.  Next, we will manipulate the wire to create 3D pieces based on these sketches. Free standing sculptures, wall art and hanging mobiles are three types of wire sculptures we will make. Students will have the opportunity to create at least three individual pieces. 
Watercolor Painting: We will go step by step together to discover the joy of watercolor painting. First, we'll learn to properly sketch our compositions, and then we'll complete our piece using watercolors and other mixed media. Various techniques such as wet-on-wet, dry brush, color blending, salt techniques and much more will be taught and explored. Students will have the opportunity to create at least three individual pieces.

2-in-1 Summer Fun: Table Tennis/Ping Pong and Women Innovators in STEM with LEGO® Materials
Instructors: Carmel Rice and Instructors of Play-Well TEKnologies 
Grades: Rising 2nd to Rising 6th   
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Table Tennis/Ping Pong: Join instructor Carmel Rice for a class that will build a solid foundation for future ping pong success! And, it will begin a fun, active life-long hobby. Students will gain a general understanding of the basic rules of the game and equipment used, focus on fitness and hand-eye coordination, and all the while participate in an upbeat and positive environment. Students of all play abilities welcome. 
Women Innovators in STEM: Join our Play-Well TEKnologies instructors in this LEGO® building class where our creations will be inspired by historic women innovators. We’ll discuss and try to recreate Bertha Benz’s first car ride, we’ll create something to explore the ocean floor with Sylvia Earle, and we’ll be making something cool to blast off into space with Mae Jemison. These, and more, incredible past innovators will give us inspiration all week as we design then create our fun inventions.    

Field Games
Instructor: Abby Kovac
Grades: Rising 5th to Rising 7th 
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
This week students will be playing different field games each day. We’ll have fun trying and playing handball, ultimate frisbee, ladder toss, soccer, corn hole, kan jam and more. We will begin by discussing and practicing the foundational skills of each sport, then progress towards games. This camp will involve some drills and a lot of fun games with minimal competition, all while remaining physically active. 

Improving to Advanced Chess 
Head Coach: Leo Stefurak
Grades: Rising 2nd to Rising 8th 
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Students wishing to build an opening repertoire and develop endgame skills are welcome to join in this week of more advanced study and play. Tournament experience is recommended, along with a desire to systematize chess study in opening systems, middlegame plans and endgame procedures. Thinking methodologies, visualization approaches, and the unification of strategy with tactics will be the focus of this week’s study and tournament play. A training tournament and individual game review will accompany our chess practice throughout the week.

2-in-1 Summer Fun: Quilting and Jewelry Making 
Instructors of Chelsea Cook’s Little Hands Creations
Grades: Rising 1st to Rising 6th 
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 
Quilting: Historically thought of as a utilitarian craft, quilting has now been found to improve well-being and coordination and strengthen math skills. This class will start with a simple nine-square pillow, and then advance to more complex quilting patterns like the optical sawtooth and electric fan. Students can also make quilted items, like purses, phone cases, skirts, anything they imagine! Prerequisite to enroll: Having taken a Machine Sewing class. 
Jewelry Making: Take your accessory game to the next level with our jewelry design class. Students will start with simple projects like clay beads and macramé, then move on to more complex techniques with wire wrapping, chain and leather work, beading and weaving. Students will be creating layered necklaces, chandelier earrings, gemstone rings, and more. Supplies include organic and re-purposed materials, fun gemstones, studs, and rhinestones.
  • 2-in-1 SUMMER FUN classes are a package deal. Students will automatically be registered for both, one in the morning and the other in the afternoon. 
  • Once you click REGISTER HERE (above), you will be able to see whether individual classes have space or are full/waitlist-only.

More Options:

Each week, we also offer a classic DAY CAMP option for elementary-age students (rising K to rising 6th grade). 

Looking for ages 3-4?
We offer a PRESCHOOL & PRE-K program each week too!
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15201 Meridian Avenue  N. / Shoreline, WA 98133
Preschool Through Grade 8  •  Greater Seattle