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 Science Camps

Crazy Chem Works  ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 3) 

Shake up a flask of fun in the lab as a junior chemist! Campers learn to swirl, pour and mix like a scientist! Chill down and heat up the atomic label as you change liquid to solid and back again. Learn how to handle laboratory tools, build and break molecules, and pick up some tricks on chemical changes with solids, liquids, and gases. Hop on board the chemistry express this summer for a high-speed science experience! 

NASA Space Camp  ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 10) 

Join our Academy of Future Space Explorers and take to the Moon, Mars, Stars…and Beyond! We’ll study stunning Space Phenomena while we unlock the mysteries of meteors. Learn about Living in Space by working on a model space station just like a real astronaut! And how could we study space without learning the secrets of Space Travel and Rocket Science? This program is literally out of this world! 

Secret Agent Lab  ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 7)

James Bond? Sherlock Holmes? Austin Powers? Do you think you have what it takes to discover “Who done it?” If so, this camp is for you. Use the Secret Code Breaker to communicate in code like your favorite spy. Connect the dots to help solve a crime in a hands-on investigation. Learn how to decode messages and check out spy equipment and even create your own edible message! You’ll be an expert crime stopper by the time the week is through!


 Dinosaur  ▷ Grades K-1 (Week 5)

This camp is perfect for children that are into dinosaurs and/or archaeology. We will take a journey through the Triassic, Cretaceous, and Jurassic periods, taking a look at the dinosaurs that lived in each, making lots of dinosaur crafts, playing fun dinosaur games, and doing just a little bit of digging for fossils.

Robotics  ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 9), Grades 3-5 (Week 2, Week 6)

This week-long camp will teach campers the fundamental concepts of robotics, as they make basic robots to perform a variety of functions. This camp is in line with the STEAM teaching, and the lessons we teach in Robotics camp will give your child a head –start toward not only being successful in any future technology-based classes,  but also help them build a love for science and technology that could guide them into what could later become a promising career in the ever-expanding and infinitely marketable tech industry.

Mythbusters ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 1)

True to the theme of the show/ campers will get to experiment and learn a lot about physics and chemistry, while having a blast making things pop, squish, grow, shrink, change color, and yes, even occasionally go boom. These are safe and fun scientific experiments taught by experienced professionals that you can try at home.

Drone ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 9)

Let’s put the “E” for engineering in STEM.  All campers will begin to learn the basics of creating small drones and other flying contraptions.  They will have the opportunity to experience many types of flying vehicles to complete their own mini-drone by the end of the week.

Mission: Code ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 8)

Mission: Code is a unique summer camp experience that allows kids to learn essential coding skills while also engaging in active games and hands-on learning.  Kids will develop computational thinking and problem solving skills in an online game environment where you give a robot a set of instructions to follow in order to solve the level.  Each coding session provides kids with a fundamental skill set including algorithms, functions, relative directions and sequences. The combination of online activities paired with engaging offline activities like scavenger hunts, code-cracking mysteries and team robotics challenges that keep kids active and reinforce coding skills is a winning formula for fun in the summer!

Physics ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 10)

From Flight to magnets to computers to the simple drop of a pencil, everything is related to physics in some way. We will explore the many ways that physics affects our lives and the things around us via fun experiments. We will focus on seeing these everyday occurrences through the lens of observation and the scientific method; we will explore what principles are at play;, and how campers can repeat the occurrences at their whim via a wide variety of fun and amazing activities.

Brought to you by Mad Science LA - for more information visit http://losangeles.madscience.org/ 

and by Arimaw Productsion - for more information visit https://www.arimaw.com/


Chess: Welcome to the Game of Kings and Queens  ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 2) ▷  

The old saying goes, “Chess is the game of Kings (and Queens)” and in this camp we’ll find out why. Campers will learn to live by the qualities of a noble king or queen: Perseverance, Nobility, Kindness, Benevolence, responsibility, problem solving, confidence, sportsmanship, planning, patience, social skills, critical thinking, imagination, and more. We’ll start at the beginning and discover all the different characters (pieces) of chess and background information about who they are and where they come from. Then it’s onto how they move on the board and the rest of the dynamic rules of this ancient game of kings. Chess isn’t just a game, it’s a way of life!


Board Games  Grades K-2 (Week 10)

Do you love board games? Perhaps you didn't know that some of the games people still play today are ancient. Not ancient like the early 1900s. We're talking ancient like the early 900s! In this class Chess Instructor Brian will expand beyond The Game of Kings and introduce a different ancient board game to the students each week. Games will include:

Chess, Checkers, Chinese Checkers, Backgammon, Go, Chutes (Snakes) and Ladders, Mah Jong, Mancala




LEGO: Superhero Engineering ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 2)

Save the world with Super Heroes! Build the hideouts and vehicles of your favorite caped crusaders and learn what makes them not only Super Heroes, but Super Hero Engineers! An experienced Play-Well instructor guides young heroes as they design, build, and save a city where ingenuity and imagination can solve any conflict.

LEGO Mine, Craft, Build Adventure Game Grades K-2 (Week 6)

Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO® materials! Resourcefulness, creativity, and cooperation come together in this unique building adventure game; roll the dice to mine for resources, and use these resources to build special items to help in our adventures! Build a Zoo, create a Medieval Castle, and design a Tree House Village! This experience is an original game designed by Play-Well instructors inspired by the popular game, Minecraft. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO® materials.

Jedi Engineering with LEGO ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 8)

The Force Awakens in this introductory engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles by designing and building projects using LEGO® materials such as X-Wings, R2 Units, Energy Catapults, Defense Turrets, and Settlements from a galaxy far, far away. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire!

Brought to you by Play Well - for more information visit www.play-well.org

Sports Camps


Sports Mania! ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 4)

Sports, sports and more sports! Sports Mania is the best opportunity for any camper to have a great time while building skills that are relevant to all sports!  Play games, build flexibility and grow as an athlete while you move through all of your usual sports like soccer, basketball, football and some new ones like Nine Square, GaGa and more!

Basketball ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 5, Week 7) ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 10)

Join us as we learn the fundamentals, while also mastering skills such as dribbling, balance, footwork, passing, shooting, and overall endurance! Play games, makes teams and have an overall blast while you strengthen your skills and grow as an athlete.

Ninja Warrior ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 1) ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 8) 

Do you like to jump, climb, run and tackle every obstacle that tries to block your path? If you answered yes then you must be a Ninja Warrior!  Learn to control your body, build strength and master balance.  Building on a base of movement fundamentals we learn to jump higher, run faster and maneuver more easily through any challenge that we enters our path!



Aqua Explorers: Beginner ▷ Grades K-2  (Week 2, Week 6)

Swimming is a lifelong skill that offers countless benefits. The Aqua Explorer Mission is to stimulate children’s love for water… while having a ton of fun! The Beginner level is designed to empower children to be watersafe and practice the fundamentals of life in water. Swimmers in this level will take daily swim lessons, play fun skill-appropriate water games and learn the basics of what it means to be a confident Aqua Explorer. Prerequisites: For SRA “Floaters” to” Rollers (level 2/ Orange Caps to level 4/Blue caps) and above. Swimmers in this level must be comfortable in the water and have a basic ability to listen in a group setting. *

Aqua Explorers: Intermediate ▷ Grades K-2  (Week 3, Week 9, Week 10) 

The Intermediate Aqua Explorer level is designed for those wanting more advanced lessons and water activities. Children in this level will take daily swim lessons geared more towards stroke development, play fun skill-appropriate water games and practice intermediate level water safety skills. Intermediate Aqua Explorers will learn the basics of what it means to be a confident Aqua Explorer.  Prerequisites: For SRA “Rollers” (level 4/ Blue Caps) and above. Swimmers in this level must be close to being water-safe/ independent swimmers.*

Aqua Explorers: Advanced  Grades 3-5 (Week 7, Week 8)

Does your child love the water!? The Advanced level will hone their skills and practice more advanced stroke development and water skills. The goal in this level (besides fun) is to truly explore what it means to be a Waterman or Waterwoman. These Aqua Explorers will practice our fundamental Pillars of Safety, Support and Strength in water. Daily activities include more advanced water games, sports and activities.

Prerequisites: For SRA “Freestylers” (level 6/ Bronze Caps) and above. Swimmers in this level must be water-safe and able to swim independent of adults.*

Aqua Explorers: Guardians - Jr. LifeGuard Prep ▷ Grades 6-8 (Week 5)

Jr. Guard Prep is designed for those looking to explore the life of an advanced Aqua Explorer. This level will work hard and play even harder. As our most advanced level of the program, these swimmers will train to perform more advanced water skills, techniques and water activities. Jr. Guard Prep is perfect for those interested in (or want to practice for) a full Jr. Lifeguard program, or for those wishing to try additional water activities such as surfing, paddling, diving, stand-up-paddling, snorkeling and more. Prerequisites: For SRA “Freestylers” (level 6/ Bronze Caps) and above. Swimmers in this level must be able to swim 50 yards (2 lengths of our 25 yard lap pool) using any stroke, without assistance.*


*Note: all SRA instructors are American Red Cross Certified Life Guards.




Performing Arts Camps


Rock Band ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 3, Week 10)  ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 2, Week 9), Grades 6-8 (Week 7) 

Join the Band! All campers will have a chance to learn the basics of music and experience the opportunity to play various instruments including Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Vocals, Drums, Percussion, and Ukulele. Campers will come together to form a band and put on a rocking performance at the end of the week that we are sure will lead to some rock stars of the future!

Rock Band Master Class ▷ Grades 6-8 

Older campers will have a chance to off their musical talents and experience the opportunity to play various instruments including Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Vocals, Drums, Percussion, and Ukulele. Campers will come together to form a band and put on a rocking performance at the end of the week that we are sure will lead to some rock stars of the future!

Theatre: The Lion King ▷ Grades K-2, 3-8 (Week 5, Week 6)  

The African Savannah comes to life with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters who journey from Pride Rock to the Jungle and back again.  This coming of age show has captivated audiences around the world and will surely thrill every camper at JCamp! (The Theatre program is a two week committment).

Theatre: The Fabulous Feats of Frida Bee ▷ Grades K-2, 3-8 (Week 7, Week 8)

Join the cast of this time travelling show as we follow Frieda Bee through time and space.  This show is an original and provides all campers a chance to impact this character driven performance. (The Theatre program is a two week committment.)

Claymation ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 8) 

Claymation is the art of combining clay and animation and all campers will have an opportunity to create the film of their dreams using clay and the technique of stop motion animation.  Campers will learn how to make their own movies and explore the concepts of character creation, plot design, set building and execution of a frame-by-frame video making.

Filmmaking ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 7) 

Campers will have the opportunity to explore the fundamentals of filmmaking while creating a variety of types of films and sharing their talents.  All campers will have the chance to act, director, write, edit and more! Short films will be available at the end of the week and shared with parents through a secure website.

Youtube Video ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 5) , Grades 6-8 (Week 3)

Learn the basics of video making, editing, and posting to video sharing sites such as YouTube and Vimeo at our YouTube Video camp! Through the course of this camp, campers will learn how to shoot lots of different types of videos, ranging from sports videos to video tutorials to short skits and many things in between. We will also be looking at the aspects that go on behind the scenes of a successful video project, such as story boarding, scene blocking and prop design for the skits, how to break projects down step –by-step in online tutorials, as well as things such as volume control and aspects of movement that are universally applicable in performance and presentation of any kind. This camp is a great self-esteem booster, teaches your child the skills associated with performing or presenting  in front of people, and is a whole lot of fun!

Circus Camp ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 2) ▷ Grades 3-5  (Week 3)

You don't have to run away to join the circus! Learn how to juggle, spin a plate, and balance a feather. Walk on stilts, play a variety of games and try something new. Working together is a fantastic way to build confidence, be creative and learn teamwork skills, Come join the circus!

Dance ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 1, Week 9) ▷ Grades 3-5  (Week 10)

 Dance your heart out with us while we learn basic movement, creativity, choreography and performance skills. Stretch, play fun dance games and learn routines that incorporate new moves, the basic skills of musicality and creativity.  Have a blast dancing to upbeat music with a focus on hip hop and jazz that will include skills such as turns, jumps, kicks and more! Don’t forget the amazing final performance for the whole community at the end of the week!


Visual Arts Camps


Sewing ▷  Grades 2-5 (Week 5)

Perfect for campers who are creative, imaginative, patient, and would prefer learning a new skill. In this camp, campers will learn the skill of sewing, and will gain experience in a variety of sewing’s applications, such as knitting, crocheting,  combining fabric to make an item of clothing or an accessory, sewing on buttons or other non-fabric attachments, embroidering, and much more!

Ceramics ▷ Grades K-2  (Week 7) ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 4)

For campers who love to make beautiful art but also love getting their hands dirty- ceramics is the way to go! Campers will learn clay molding skills and have the opportunity to express themselves through many variations of 3D art.

Jewelry Making ▷ Grades K-2  (Week 10) ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 3) 

Calling all creative, patient and meticulous campers!  Join jewelry making camp and learn how to craft lots of different types of jewelry and other accessories to show off your style and express your creativity!

Duct Tape Art ▷ Grades K-2  (Week 8) ▷ Grades 3-5(Week 10) 

You may have seen the bags, the wallets, the prom dresses, and all the other unbelievable things that are made with duct tape. Would you like to know how to make those kinds of cool things? In Duct Tape Camp campers will learn the fundamentals of, and get experience in making some of the cool duct tape objects and effects that may have astounded you before, along with new things that you probably haven’t seen yet that will amaze.

Carpentry ▷ Grades K-2  (Week 9) ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 2)

Campers will learn how to use basic tools and make items that they can take home each day like book ends, tool boxes, bird houses and more.  Campers will build their skills and knowledge about tools, how to use them and the art of using wood to create art and household items.




Cooking Camps


Cooking Around the World ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 3) ▷ Grades 3-5  (Week 1)

The best way to get to know a culture is through food! Food brings us together and introduces our taste buds to exciting new flavors. During our week we will journey around the world cooking with bugs, trying our hand at curry, learn to hand roll sushi, and other fun locations and foods. We will learn about that area and taste a bit of their food. At the end of the week we will create an international buffet.

Cooking: Farm to Face ▷ Grades K-2 (Week 6) ▷ Grades 3-5  (Week 9)

A cooking camp that promises to teach your camper how to use fresh, wholesome ingredients to make delicious and healthy food while having minimal impact on our environment.  Campers will also learn about the process of farming, planting, composting and seasonal ingredients.


New Camps


Magic▷ Grades K-2 (Week 9) ▷ Grades 3-5  (Week 3, Week 7)

Abra Kadabra! One of our longest running and most popular camps, Magic camp offers campers the ability to get a plethora of different magic tricks, and learn how to use each and every one to put on a spectacular show! In addition to these many tricks, we will also be building their magical wardrobe with a variety of magical crafts, and having lots of fun magical games to test their knowledge and skill as magicians-to-be and as campers who just want to have fun!

Bubbles and Balloons▷ Grades K-2 (Week 4) 

Does your child love bubbles and balloons? If so, how about a week-long camp dedicated to both?! Campers will enjoy a wide variety of bubble and balloon activities, including but not limited to balloon animals and to her balloon art, rocket balloons, balloon musical instruments, bubbles of all sizes, touchable bubbles, bubble balloons, water balloons, making their own bubble wands, and much more!

Fort Building ▷ Grades 3-5 (Week 9) 

The camp encourages campers to use their creativity and problem solving skills while working in teams to build a variety of shelters to survive various environments.  All the campers will learn about how to work as a team, tie various knots, building techniques and more while having a blast and surviving crazy challenges.