Soccer Basics Camp
Coaches: Jasmin Montiel, Kyle Buonto and Dancho Georgiev
Grades: Rising Kindergarten and Rising 1st 
Grades: Rising 2nd to Rising 4th  
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
This is a great opportunity for children to learn the fundamentals of soccer. Over the course of the week, they'll work on lots of skill building and play friendly games with just a little healthy competition.

2-in-1 Summer Fun: Fiber Arts & Crafts and Machine Sewing
Instructors of Chelsea Cook’s Little Hands Creations
Grades: Rising 1st to Rising 5th  
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Fiber Arts & Crafts: This week, we'll be exploring the multiple different ways that we can apply one technique or craft to create different effects and finished material projects. Projects will include fabric batik, macramé, hand sewing, paper crafts and more. 
Machine Sewing: Students are invited to learn a skill they will use for a lifetime and a hobby they will forever enjoy … sewing! No experience necessary; appropriate for students with either beginning or more advanced sewing skills. New students will learn machine safety and beginner sewing techniques, while more experienced students will have the opportunity to expand on skills they already have. The class will begin with a simple project and then students will advance at their own pace to more exciting and challenging projects throughout the session. Many fun and different patterns are presented each time! Please note: For new students, attending on Monday (the first day of class) is mandatory, as that is when they will learn how to use the machines and important safety tips.

2-in-1 Summer Fun: Beginning and Advanced Inline Skating and Eco Engineering with LEGO® Materials  
Instructors: Skate Journeys led by Trish Alexander and Play-Well TEKnologies
Grades: Rising 2nd to Rising 6th  
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 
Inline Skating: In this class, students are taught the basic foundation of skate moves, including striding, stopping, and turning. Additional skills will include "rules of the road," how to fall properly, and various tricks. Skate Journeys provides the proper size of Seba-brand skates for each child plus all protective gear (except for helmets); please provide your child with a helmet. No previous skating experience necessary. Parent/guardian-signed waiver form required.
Eco Engineering with LEGO Materials: Join instructors of Play-Well TEKnologies in this LEGO® building class where we celebrate nature while thinking sustainability and focus on using earth’s resources in a responsible way. Items we’ll be building include a recycling plant, something to harness wind energy, and a wildlife bridge to cross a freeway. We’ll apply real-world mechanical engineering concepts to design, build and explore our ideas all while having fun!

Art & Literacy
Instructor: Stasia Smith
Grades: Rising 3rd to Rising 5th 
9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Art is a necessary focus at the center of the learning experience. This week in class we will not only discover and nourish our inner artist but also combine art with literacy. What would a Picasso-inspired self-portrait look like? Let’s find out! Students will explore different artists and utilize a variety of mediums this week. Our projects will be inspired by art books that encourage creativity and expression from folk art, collage, portraiture, abstract, and creating art with recycled materials. During the last part of class on Friday, we'll tak an outside gallery walk so we can support and celebrate each other’s artistic talents. All artwork will go home on Friday. Plenty of recess and snack breaks are worked into this relaxing and artistic week. 

Dungeons & Dragons: Intermediate Campaigning Bootcamp
Instructors: Kuran Pettiross and Jeff Lageson
Grades: Rising 6th to Rising 9th 
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
If your child wants to know what it’s like to play in a full-length campaign, then this class is a great opportunity to learn! These characters will go from level one, at the beginning of the week, to level 10 by the end of the week. Students should be ready to take on the biggest evils of their world! Class is designed for the student that already possesses basic knowledge of the rules and systems of the game; students should have at least one multi-session play experience. 

Hiking Intermediate Skills
Leader: Steven Foster
Grades: Rising 5th to Rising 8th 
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
This week is designed for the student who loves hiking and is ready each morning to hit the trails! We’re teaching students the value of natural spaces while simply enjoying the outdoors. Our outdoor education leaders always encourage students to leave no trace while hiking and to enjoy the beauty along the way. Each morning we'll head out for a hike with plenty of rest stops and nature education. Children should bring a comfortable backpack to sufficiently carry their lunch and water bottle, and they should also have sturdy tie-up sneakers or hiking boots.

2-in-1 Summer Fun: Watercolor Painting and Wire Sculpture   
Instructor: Shellwyn Badger 
Grades: Rising 4th to Rising 6th  
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Watercolor Painting: We will go step-by-step together discovering the joy of watercolor painting. First, we will learn how to properly sketch our compositions, and then 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. 
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.

Treasure Hunters – Creative Drama  
Instructor: Faith Howes
Grades: Rising Kindergarten to Rising 1st   
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
This adventurous week, students immerse their imaginations in the search for buried treasure! Activities include discovering a long lost map which will lead them to unknown worlds and meeting colorful characters aboard the ship of adventure. This is a creative drama class where each day is filled with stories, arts and crafts, imaginative games and movement play. Recesses and snack breaks are included each day. On the final day, students will act out a story for their Summer Program friends.
  • 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!
Profound learning for the continuously curious

15201 Meridian Avenue  N. / Shoreline, WA 98133
Preschool Through Grade 8  •  Greater Seattle