Building Blocks Summer Symposium
We welcome new and returning students to join with us for the best in summer learning and fun! Our program encourages children to learn about the world in creative and innovative ways. Your child will develop a thirst for knowledge, while exploring nature, arts and science.
They will strengthen their social and academic skills, all while playfully exploring and developing theories naturally. Children will have many opportunities to discover their own strengths and abilities to problem solve and create as they construct knowledge. Literacy, math and science are all major components of our daily lessons and activities.
Symposium Session Dates:
Class is from 9 am to 12:30 pm
Tuition and Class Options:
Multimedia projects such as painting, mosaic art, tie dying, beading and clay projects.
Science activities designed to bring out your child’s inner scientist. Through observation and construction in your child will practice the skills of inventing and experimenting as they learn about the magical properties of color, light, mixing different kinds of natural elements and other fascinating science concepts.
As we play outside everyday, water is a fabulous source of fun and learning. Water play includes experiments with water, colors, and bubbles.
Literacy development will be part of our activities. We will draw, write and read everyday. Your child’s literacy skills will grow dramatically throughout the summer.
- Age range of children is mixed from 2- to 8-years-old.
- Snacks are provided.
- Other supplies children will need to have at school include: water clothes, towel and sunscreen.
For more information or to enroll, you can contact our school’s director at 503.694.1191 or email for more information.