Silver Lining Circus Camp
July 1-5, 2013
CircusLearning for this age group meets the developmental needs of young children to learn through imitation and play. Emphasis is placed on imaginative circus activities and crafts with lots of time for free play, quiet reading and resting, singing time, and of course healthy snacks and lunches brought from home.
Circus skills taught in this age group may include: an obstacle course with tunnels and a mini tramp; feather balancing; plate spinning; devil sticks; diabolos; ribbon twirling; fun with scarves and bean bags; hula hoops; tightwire walking; rolling globe; and imitative movement story games. Tricks and stunts known as “Specials” are a Silver Lining favorite. (Unicycles are not part of Kinder Camp.)
On Fridays, Kinder Camp ends with a little “Share” (rather than a “Show”) for families and friends, followed by the traditional SLCC popsicles!
Dates: One 1-Week Session Only Space is limited to 20 campers per session.
July 1-5, 2013
Kinder Camp meets Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Campers may be dropped off starting at 8:30 (but not earlier, please).
If after-care is necessary, contact Rick: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kinder Camp meets in the Friendship Hall of the Temple Congregational Church, next to the Temple Town Hall at the junction of Rte. 45 and General Miller Highway in Temple, NH. Map
NOTE: Kinder and Junior Camps meet in Friendship Hall in the Congregational Church (Temple Center); Youth Camp meets at the Temple Elementary School, 5 minutes away.
$250 per camper.
A $50 non-refundable deposit is due upon registering. Balance is due two weeks before camp begins.
We offer a $25 discount for siblings!
Fee includes the famous Silver Lining Circus Camp T-shirt!
Campers must bring their own hearty snacks and lunches.
Please – healthy foods only. No sodas, candy, or sugary treats (brownies, cupcakes etc.)
We regret that we can’t offer a refrigerator or microwave – plan accordingly.
Bring a bottle for water! We supply refills as needed.
Clothing & belongings:
Campers should wear clothing that is easy to move in and will keep them cool.
Sneakers and socks are necessary for certain activities.
Gymnastic or soft-soled shoes should be brought if you have them.
Please do NOT bring or wear:
Clothing with offensive language or pictures
Electronic games or devices (cell phones may be brought by older campers)
Please DO bring: