Hamlin Robinson School offers a wide-variety of unique summer programs, for students and teachers. Watch for details about summer camp programs at HRS. Program information will be updated in the spring of 2021.
- Circus Arts
- Drama and Improv
- Sports and Games
- Theater Camp
- Intro To Lego Robotics
- Cooking Camp
E-sports are multiplayer video games played competitively for a spectator audience. They are currently a billion dollar industry, including pro players who utilize rapid analysis, communication, and critical reflection to be successful gamers. In this class will use several different kinds of competitive video games to engage our students in 21st century thinking skills through discovery, analysis, and play.
Note: Some games will depict mild cartoon violence. For questions, please contact Owen Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for a hands on, food-filled cooking club! Students will learn knife technique, develop skills to mix and create without recipes and enjoy lots of delicious food with their classmates. We will make snacks, drinks and dishes, exploring flavors from around the world. We welcome all diets and encourage adventurous eaters.
We believe 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 this 3.5-week class, students learn and practice oral language skills, penmanship, sound-symbol correspondence, spelling, written expression, decoding, and reading comprehension strategies.
HOW DO 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.
Recommended grades 1-3
Your child will utilize and 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 reinforce their understanding that mathematics involves solving problems and talking about what they did to solve those problems.
Recommended grades 4-6
Your child will utilize and 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.
Camp Hamlin Robinson School provides optional wrap-around care during our summer program. Before Care opens at 8:00 AM and After Care runs until 5:30 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.