Overview & Schedule

The weekly Lower School day camp is a blend of summer fun, academic enrichment, artistic expression, and athletic enjoyment for students entering Grades 1 - 6.

Camp runs from 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. each day. Lunch is included.

Elective classes are taught by a combination of dedicated and creative Brentwood School faculty and other outstanding professionals from the area. Group activities and games are led by trained young adult counselors from the Brentwood School community.

Programmed and Directed by Assistant Camp Director Jonathan Arriaran

Tuition: $500/week, except July 5-8 $400

2016 Lower Camp Schedule

Week 1: June 27 - July 1: "Me, Myself, and All of Us"

Elective Period 1
9:00-10:00
Elective Period 2
10:30-11:30
Elective Period 3
12:15-1:15
Self-Portraits (1-2)Logic Games (3-6)Lightning Math (1-2)
Puppetry (3-6) Lego Crazy (1-3)Stage Artistry (3-6)
Scientific Snacks (3-6)American Girls Club (1-3)Science Inspector (1-2)
Project: Restaurant (1-2)Songwriting (3-6)Jewelry Workshop (1-3)
Musical Games (1-2)Theater Masks (1-4)Let the Games Begin (3-6)
Screenwriting (4-6) Music Video Madness (4-6) Word Wars (4-6)
Coding 4 Girls (4-6)Coding 4 Girls (4-6)Coding 4 Girls (4-6)

*Parentheses indicate entering grade level range

Week 2: July 5-8: "Fun and Fitness Week"

For our "Fun and Fitness Week," no need to sign up for elective options. In similar age groups, campers will rotate through these modules:

Coach’s Challenge
Every day you'll complete a new challenge! These could be physical activities, team strategy games, or problem solving tasks. Who knows...? All we want to know is... are you ready for Coach's Challenge?

Memory Book
So many memories can get lost, but this class offers the chance to reconnect to your past. We will put together different types of books to help us, our friends, and our families relive all the good times!

Problem Solvers
Students will develop their problem solving skills through fun riddles, brain teasers, games, and creative activities that will enhance their skills as mathematicians. This class provides an opportunity for students to delve into exciting math activities that may not fit in a classroom, but make math come alive!

Sous Chefs
Do you think you know your way around the kitchen? Want to learn some new recipes? Take this class to get a “taste” of a different cuisine each day. With a dash of fun and a pinch of math, we will have the recipe for an awesome class!

Teambuilding
Team-building activities are fun, constructive ways to help campers get to know each other, build trust, and learn to work together. Between the Human Knot, Pass the Hula-Hoop, Relay Races, and more, campers will have opportunities to serve as leaders, be role models, and demonstrate their incredible sportsmanship!

Up, Up, and Away
Come explore the world of flight! This hands-on class will assemble and design paper airplanes, bottle rockets, kites, and other flying objects. Join us to learn about science and art involved in create projects that will take flight right before us!

Week 3: July 11-15: "Time for STEM!"

Elective Period 1
9:00-10:00

Elective Period 2
10:30-11:30

Elective Period 3
12:15-1:15
Toon Town (1-2)Wonderful Watercolors (1-3)A Twist on Soccer (1-3)
Geo-Art (3-6)Lightning Math (3-6)Board Game Mechancs (3-6)
Rocketry (3-6)Lego Creations (1-3)Word Wars (4-6)
M+A+T+H=FUN (1-2)
Science Til You Drop! (1-2)Adventures in L.A. (1-2)
Artful Architecture (1-2)Making Memes (3-6)Jewelry Math (3-6)
Hip-Hop Dance (3-6)Engineering 101 (4-6)Paper Hangar Hypotheses (1-2)

*Parentheses indicate entering grade level range

Week 4: July 18-22: "Holidays Our Own Way"


Elective Period 1
9:00-10:00
Elective Period 2
10:30-11:30
Elective Period 3
12:15-1:15
Mad Science (3-6)Hands-On Math (3-6)Amazing Artists (3-6)
Jewelry Workshop (3-6)Awesome Authors (1-3)Yoga (4-6)
DIY Extravaganza (4-6)Superheroes Unite! (1-3)Mathletes (1-2)
Yoga (1-2)Lively Landscapes (3-6)Screenwriting (3-6)
Hip-Hop Dance (1-2)Dance Til You Drop (3-6)Holiday Treats (1-3)
Brazen Bracelets (1-2)Sports Fanatics (1-4)Field Games (1-2)

*Parentheses indicate entering grade level range

Week 5: July 25-29: "Adventures at the Zoo"

Elective Period 1
9:00-10:00
Elective Period 2
10:30-11:30
Elective Period 3
12:15-1:15
Geo-Art (1-2)Beads and Beats (1-3)Field Games (3-6)
Parlez Vous Francais (3-6)Origami (3-6)Theater Masks (3-6)
There's No "I" in TEAM (3-6)Flashback Artists (3-6)Prints & Patterns (1-2)
Glee Club (1-3)Lightning Math (3-4)Glee Club (3-6)
Stage Play (1-2)Puppetry (1-3)Dr. Seussapalooza (1-3)
Scrapbooking (3-6)A Twist on Soccer (1-4)Star Wars Academy (1-2)

*Parentheses indicate entering grade level range

Week 6: August 1-5: "Camp Invention"

Camp Invention8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. daily$500

The 2016 Camp Invention program is themed “Epic” and was developed by some of our nation’s most brilliant STEM minds including experienced educators, Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame and members of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Epic will encourage your child to explore their inventiveness and problem-solving skills with experiences that will harness their curiosity, inspire creativity and evoke a sense of accomplishment! Click here to learn more.

Lower Camp Themes

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