Posts Tagged ‘camp’

ATTENTION Licensed Programs! Check out this important #summer #camp opportunity!

Monday, May 20th, 2013

The NJ Department of Human Services in partnership with the Department of Education is teaming up to provide eligible school-age children with an opportunity to attend a quality, local summer camp program focused on physical activities and nutritional education.

If you are a licensed child care program interested in providing low-income families access to a quality and affordable summer camp, contact your local Child Care Resource and Referral Agency at 1-800-332-9227 to sign up.

Limited funding will provide financial assistance to selected low and moderate-income families.

Click here to download this announcement

Working with Camps this Summer and Need Field Trip Ideas?

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

See LSC Two New Traveling Exhibitions, Both Free With Paid Admission!

LSC is the best place to bring kids during the summer. No matter what the weather, campers enjoy the very best in high-quality educational experiences and it’s so much fun they don’t even know they are learning! This summer’s hottest exhibition is Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body. Free with paid admission.

Curious George: Let’s Get Curious!

Students ages 3-8 love exploring science, technology, engineering and math with Curious George! They can experiment with windmills, use pulleys and hand-cranked conveyor belts, climb into a rocket ship, and much more!

AVATAR: The Exhibition

Students ages 8 and up can explore the science and technology behind the largest grossing movie of all time. They’ll see how botanists, ecologists, and linguists helped develop the world of Pandora, and try advanced film-making techniques first-hand!