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Summer Programs

Camp HRS 2020
July 8-31, 2020

Join us for a summer filled with fun and learning!

Registration for Camp HRS generally opens in early March. Click here to be notified when registration opens.

For questions about Camp HRS, please contact Josh Gannis, Auxiliary Programs Director, by phone at 206-763-1167 x 160, or by e-mail at jgannis@hamlinrobinson.org

Camp HRS 2019 Schedule

2020 Dates: Weekly, July 8-31, 2020
Times: Morning (9 AM - 12 PM) & Afternoon (1 PM - 4 PM)


Enrichment Camps

Dates: Weekly, July 8-31,2020
Times: Morning (9 AM - 12 PM) & Afternoon (1 PM - 4 PM)

Artstravaganza!

Join us in an artistic adventure creating 2-D and 3-D art forms exploring metal work, sculpture, fiber art, printmaking and painting! It’s an Artsravaganza!

Coding

Join us in the HRS Innovation Lab to code animation, applications, and games. We will use Code studio and MIT Scratch and Blender, supported by a variety of graphics, video, and audio software, to create stand-alone software creations that really pop!

Note: This camp is for children 3rd grade and up

Creative Writing

In this Creative Writing camp, you will write and share ideas with the focus on enjoying the process. We will capture your thoughts and create stories, poems, and essays. You will start new pieces and polish what you have written. The focus of this camp is to have fun as we wrote, create, and share our ideas in different formats.

Note: This camp is for children 4th grade and up

Drama

Have fun as you develop drama skills through games! Come prepared to fully engage with your mind, voice, and body. We will practice and hone our skills of vocal expression, imagination, and collaboration in this exciting camp.

Note: This camp is for children 4rd grade and up

Easy Baking

Do you have a sweet tooth? Do you love the smell of fresh baked cupcakes? Do you aspire to be the next Mary Berry or Paul Hollywood? Then, this camp is perfect for you. We will learn the basics of baking and will a bake new recipe every day of the week. Ready… Set… Bake!

Futsal Soccer

It’s a smaller version of the beautiful game. Join us on Hamlin Robinson School Futsal field for a week of drills and matches. This camp is perfect for the person that is looking to hone their precision soccer skills and help them to develop better in-game decision making skills in a 1 v 1 situations. GOOOOAAAAALLLL!

Games, Games, Games

Game on! We will play active group games and engage in fun team challenges all week long. From Sharks and Minnows to epic games of Capture the Flag, this session is sure to play some of your favorite games. You might just pick up a new favorite!

LEGO Robotics

Design, assemble, and program your own robots using LEGO Mindstorms®. You will build exciting robots on your first day, test them, and improve on the original design. Imagine it, build it, and watch it go! What better way to get engaged in a STEM field?

Note: This camp during Week 2 is for children entering 1st through 5th grade in the fall. This camp during Week 3 for children entering grades 5 and up in the fall.

Mad Science

The world is a fascinating place – engage with it in this camp! You’ve no doubt observed the fascinating forces that shape the world, why not test them out? This week of science will encourage you to explore, predict, and test out ideas through hands-on science activities and experiments.

Mellow Music Mix-Up

Spend a mellow afternoon exploring learning about and appreciating music from across genres. each student will learn the basics of rhythm, pitch, harmony, and notation as they collaborate through fun musical games and activities.

Morning Move-It

Let’s get moving! This session is all about getting everyone moving in the morning and starting our day in a healthy way. Every morning will start with stretches and then lead into games and activities designed to

Movie Making

Lights, Camera, Action! Are you a budding film maker or interested in creating your YouTube channel? This session will give you the skills to start creating videos. Learn how to use a video camera, use a green screen and special effects, and how to edit and score your video.

Note: This camp is for children in 4th Grade and up

Musical Sing-Along

Is there a song in your heart? Come join us and sing it out loud! We will be spending our time listening to and learning songs from Disney, favorite musicals, and the Great American Songbook. The week will conclude with a short recital for friends and family.

Note: This camp is for children going into 1st through 4th grade during the Week 2 AM session.

Music: Rhythm Is Everywhere

Find the rhythms that surround us in our everyday life. Join us as we explore how rhythm works using musical instruments and everyday objects. Aspiring drummers encouraged to attend.

Sports, Sports, Sports

Can’t choose your favorite sport to play this summer? You don’t have to! We’ll be emphasizing fun and good sportsmanship as we play football, soccer, basketball, and other games. You’ll gain a wide range of athletic skills in this class and enjoy the sunshine!

Theater Camp: Improv Games

Learn the basics of improv and several short-form games in this spontaneous and silly camp. Students will build a strong foundation of improvisational skills as we focus on teamwork, developing interesting and dynamic characters, and learning games that kids love to play!

World Exploration

Take an exciting journey to new lands as we experience cultures from around the world through games, sports, arts, and food. Explore what life might be like to grow up somewhere else and make meaningful cultural connections.

Slingerland Program

Dates: July 8-31, 2020 (No camp 7/4 - 7/5)
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

We believe that all students are happiest when they feel successful. Students enjoy the Slingerland® program because they understand the instruction and gain confidence in their ability to learn. We regularly see the pride in their successes.

During the 3.5-week class, students learn and practice oral language skills, penmanship, sound-symbol correspondence, spelling, written expression, decoding, and reading comprehension strategies.

What students benefit from the Summer Slingerland® Program?

  • Students possessing average to superior intelligence, but are not achieving in the language skills such as reading, spelling, penmanship, oral and/or written expression.
  • Children with language-based learning differences
  • Students who have a pattern of language difficulties in their family
  • Children showing weakness in the auditory and/or visual modalities, which interfere with understanding and using language.
  • Students with kinesthetic motor modality weakness that interferes with recall of the sequence of movement involved in spoken language or in letter formation for penmanship.

Math Camps

Dates: Weekly, July 8-31, 2020
Times: Morning (9 AM - 12 PM) & Afternoon (1 PM - 4 PM)

Students build on their understanding of core math skills and concepts through exploration, games, and expert instruction. These workshops provide an opportunity to review and practice basic skills and solidify understanding.

Math Camps are designed for students who may need extra support or who are not achieving at expected levels in math.


Available Math Camps

Addition and Subtraction

Recommended grades 1-3

Your child will build on their understanding of the base ten number system, place value, and what it means to add and subtract. Students will experiment with measuring length using various objects.

This workshop will help students develop their understanding that mathematics involves solving problems and talking about what they did to solve those problems.

Multiplication & Division

Recommended grades 3-5

Your child will build on their understanding of the meaning of multiplication and division. Students will practice their multiplication and division facts and explore various strategies used for both. Students will solve problems and build their math vocabulary.

Decimals & Fractions

Recommended grades 4-6

Your child will build on their understanding of decimals and fractions and how they are used. Students will deepen their understanding by comparing and ordering fractions and representing them in various ways. With a solid understanding of fractions as numbers, students will have a foundation to be successful with the challenging skills of learning how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions.

Extended Care

Dates: By week, July 1-26, 2019 (No care 7/4-7/5)
Times: Morning (7:30 - 9:00 AM) & Afternoon (4:00 - 6:00 PM)

Camp Hamlin Robins School provides optional wrap-around care during our summer program. Before Care opens at 7:30 AM and After Care runs until 6:00 p.m. Before and/or After Care is offered on a weekly basis to best fit the schedules of families during the summer program.

Registration is required. We are unable to provide drop-in care.