Summer Camps

 

​​Kids Elite Club offers weekly themed summer camps that offer students the opportunity to acquire valuable new skills and support children's academic, athletic, creative, and social growth.

S.T.E.A.M.Summer Camp (8:30 am-3:00 pm)

Ages 5-14 Years Old

In our S.T.E.A.M. summer camp,  we offer learning activities in science, technology, art, music, math, cooking, robotics, puzzles, 3D printing, wall climbing, sports, and computer programming — activities that align with the weekly theme so your child never gets bored. 

 
 

2022 S.T.E.A.M Summer Camp Themes

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6/13-6/17/2022
Kung Fu Panda 

This week students learn about animals. Let’s look at amazing animals like the gecko. A gecko-inspired technology that will be further tested on the space station by integrating a gecko-style gripper with an Astrobee robot.

6/20-6/24 /2022
Finding Nemo

In this immersive week, we look into the importance of recycling and keeping our oceans clean. We will learn about the 5 garbage patches in our oceans and what we can do today to improve and protect our marine life.

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6/27-7/1/2022
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Calling all inventors around the world. Explore steam engines, Tesla coils, and energy solutions from around the world. We will look into the pros and cons of their environmental impact.

7/11-7/15/2022
Pokémon

Design, Engineering with a creative mindset.

Kids Elite proudly present…

In this amazing week, we will design and build a new 3D hybrid Pokémon character in 3D software design. We will customize the character with its new never before seen powers. Design and Engineering is a must in this project. Afterward, we will 3D print it in one of our three 3D printers, and marvel at our creation.

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7/18-7/22 /2022
  The Magic School Bus

This week we will be exploring different dinosaurs and their regions. We will pass around our collection of fossils and learn about their place of origin, diets, era, and how fossils are formed. We will also learn more about our velociraptor skeleton. At the end of the week the student with the most points will get a fossil kit to take home. 

7/25-7/29/2022
The Lego Movie   

Build strong structures out of Lego’s. Find inspiration from nature to build stronger and better structures like the diabolical beetle. The puny insect can withstand forces 39,000 times its body weight.

Children will also take part in a stop motion production made from legos. They will design the set and write a plot for their movie video production.

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8/1-8/5 /2022
  Star War

This week we will take a look at astronomy. Objects of interest include planets, moons, stars, nebulae, galaxies, and comets. Kids will get to hold in their hands a real meteorite and moldavite. We will theorize on how one arrived on our planet and how the other was formed.

8/8-8/12/2022
Big Hero 6

A deep look into robotics and its place in our human society. We learn about Sophia and her status as the world’s first robot citizen. We will look at robot designs and their primary functions. What type of robot would you build and why? Aside from a robot that can do your homework and clean your room. We program boards to perform functions that robots and smart homes would normally perform. 

S.T.E.A.M Summer Camp Fees

S.T.E.A.M Summer camp

Rates

  • $455 / week Full Day from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm

  • $100 / week After Care from 3:00 - 5:30 pm

  • $20 / week Materials Fee for all students

Additional Options

  • $50 / week Before Care from 7:30 am to 8:30 am 

  • $40 / week Lunch and Snacks

 

2022 S.T.E.A.M Summer Camps 

 Kung Fu Panda (6/13-6/17, 2022)

This week students learn about animals. Let’s look at amazing animals like the gecko. A gecko-inspired technology will be further tested on the space station by integrating a gecko-style gripper with an Astrobee robot.

 

Finding Nemo (6/20-6/24, 2022)

In this immersive week, we look into the importance of recycling and keeping our oceans clean. We will learn about the 5 garbage patches in our oceans and what we can do today to improve and protect our marine life.

 

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (6/27-7/1, 2022)

Calling all inventors around the world. Explore steam engines, Tesla coils, and energy solutions from around the world. We will look into the pros and cons of their environmental impact.

No camp (7/5-7/8, 2022)

Pokémon (7/11-7/15, 2022)

Design, Engineering with a creative mindset. Kids Elite proudly present…

In this amazing week, we will design and build a new 3D hybrid Pokémon character in 3D software design. We will customize the character with its new never before seen powers. Design and Engineering is a must in this project. Afterward, we will 3D print it in one of our three 3D printers, and marvel at our creation.

 

The Magic school bus (7/18-7/22, 2022)

This week we will be exploring different dinosaurs and their regions. We will pass around our collection of fossils and learn about their place of origin, diets, era, and how fossils are formed. We will also learn more about our velociraptor skeleton. At the end of the week, the student with the most points will get a fossil kit to take home. 

 

The Lego Movie    (7/25-7/29, 2022)

Build strong structures out of Lego’s. Find inspiration from nature to build stronger and better structures like the diabolical beetle. The puny insect can withstand forces 39,000 times its body weight.

Children will also take part in a stop motion production made from legos. They will design the set and write a plot for their movie video production.

Star War(8/1-8/5, 2021)

This week we will take a look at astronomy. Objects of interest include planets, moons, stars, nebulae, galaxies, and comets. Kids will get to hold in their hands a real meteorite and moldavite. We will theorize on how one arrived on our planet and how the other was formed.

 

Big Hero 6 (8/8-8/12, 2022)

A deep look into robotics and its place in our human society. We learn about Sophia and her status as the world’s first robot citizen. We will look at robot designs and their primary functions. What type of robot would you build and why? Aside from a robot that can do your homework and clean your room. We program boards to perform functions that robots and smart homes would normally perform. 

 

 

Typical S.T.E.A.M.Schedule

7:30-8:30    Optionally extended care

 

8:20-8:40    Welcome and Check-In

 

8:40-10:00 Theme project based learning, brainstorming, discussion

                   

10:00-10:30 Snack Break/ Park

10:30-12:00 Theme project based hands on S.T.E.A.M activities

12:00-1:30   Lunch + outdoor time

 

1:30-2:40   Theme project based hands on S.T.E.A.M activities

                 

2:40-2:50  Clean up

 

2:50-3:00 Summary and sharing of what we learned today.

 

3:00-5:30 Optional extended care

 

After 5:30 pm There is a charge of $2.00 every minute for late pickup

 
 

General Policies and Procedures

Before registering, please be sure to check out our general policies and procedures, below.


1) Accommodating Students with Special Needs
If a student has an assistant/paraprofessional during the school day, they must also have an assistant/para-professional to work with them during the Enrichment Summer Camps. This assistance must be provided by the parent or guardian. The parent or guardian must contact Kids Elite Club a minimum of 2 weeks before the camp to coordinate this.


2) Camp Refund Policy & Processing
Cancellations initiated by the participant must be requested 21 days prior to the start of the camp. Cancellation is subject to a $50 cancellation fee.

Cancellation requests made between 15-20 days prior to the camp start date will be subject to a 50% cancellation fee.

No refunds are given within 14 days of the camp start date.


All cancellation requests must be made in writing to info@kidseliteclub.com


3) Photos used for Website/Class Publicity
Photos taken during camps may be published on our website, Facebook page, marketing materials and/or fliers unless a written no-photo request is emailed to info@kidseliteclub.com

 

Testimonials

“My kindergartener spent a week at summer camp at Kids Elite. He had such a great time immersed in STEM activities supported with Mandarin. We've now enrolled him in aftercare and he continues to thrive -- singing songs and learning several new words each day.”

“We found that Kids Elite was the perfect match. After touring the place, you can tell Kiki and her team work hard to innovate and find new ways to keep the kids engaged. One day the kids could work on microscopes or taking apart a computer, while other days they could practice writing in Chinese or group play in the park across the street. My son survived the first week of Kindergarten and Kids Elite, and he loved them both!”

“I love their approach to teaching a foreign language. They don't use the traditional method, based solely on memorizing, but they teach children while making it interesting and fun, they have a lot of art, science and even cooking activities and this is how they teach. So basically children learn more than one thing.”