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Camps

CAMPS

We offer Camp programming on most Federal Holidays, over February Break, and Spring Recess, and 8 weeks of summer.

Camp programs are taught in Spanish and align with our mission of nurturing global citizens and stewards of the environment.  Our camps are lead by our teaching staff of trained educators.

 

Spring Recess Camp

Spring Recess camp is offered March 30 to April 6, 2018.  Our Spring Recess camp is called Seeds and Chefs.  We'll be digging in dirt, planting our favorite veggies, and testing new recipes - all in Spanish.  

Seeds and Chefs is designed for children between the ages of 2 and 10 years old (in different groups depending on their ages).  Children who are not currently part of OWP are welcome to join us for our Seeds and Chefs camp program.

Families are able to sign up by the day.  The cost is $90 per day for the 9am to 12:30pm session; $110 per day for the 9am to 3pm session; and $130 per day for the 9am to 5pm session.

Seeds and Chefs Camp Enrollment can be found here oneworldproject.org/camp-application/

Summer Camp

Our fun and dynamic Summer Camp "Hola Summer" is offered July 2 to August 24, 2018.  "El Mundo en Español" is organized as a world tour without having to leave Brooklyn.  Families are able to choose the weeks they would like to participate in camp.  Some families enroll for the whole summer while others join us for only one week. 

This year we'll be visiting:

Puerto Rico: July 2 to July 13

Colombia: July 16 to July 27

Mexico: July 30 to August 10

Spain: August 13 to August 24

Our summer journey will incorporate art, games, cooking, sports, music, outdoor play, field trips for older children, and lots of Spanish.  Everything we do is inspired by our destinations.

Hola Summer is open to Spanish and non-Spanish speakers between the ages of 2 and 10 years old (camp is separated into three groups - 2 & 3 year olds, 4 & 5 year olds, and 6 to 10 year olds).

Information on tuition can be found here: http://www.oneworldproject.org/camps-1/

Summer Camp Application can be found here   http://www.oneworldproject.org/camp-application/

TYPICAL DAY OF CAMP

Exploradores (2 & 3 year olds)

8am Early drop off available for an additional fee.

9am Arrival/Free Play

9:30am Circle Time (songs and conversation)

9:50am Snack (healthy snack provided by One World Project)

10:15am Enrichment activity (art, music, movement, cooking inspired by the country we are exploring)

11:15am Outdoor Play

noon Lunch (Provided by families)

12:30pm Dismissal 

12:40pm Story Time

1pm Naptime (30 minutes of quiet play for non-nappers)

1:30pm Enrichment Activity (inside or outside for non-nappers) 

2:30pm Closing Circle and Story

3pm Dismissal 

3:30pm Afternoon Snack (healthy snack provided by One World Project)

4pm Free play inside or outside

5pm Dismissal 

6pm Late pick up available for an additional fee

 

Typical Day of Camp Detectives (4 & 5 year olds)

8am Early drop off available for an additional fee.

9am Arrival/Free Play

9:30am Circle Time (songs and conversation)

9:50am Snack (healthy snack provided by One World Project)

10:15am Enrichment activity (art, music, movement, cooking inspired by the country we are exploring)

11:15am Outdoor Play

noon Lunch (Provided by families)

12:30pm Dismissal 

12:40pm Story Time

1pm Naptime (30 minutes of quiet play for non-nappers)

1:30pm Enrichment Activity (inside or outside for non-nappers) 

2:30pm Closing Circle and Story

3pm Dismissal 

3:30pm Afternoon Snack (healthy snack provided by One World Project)

4pm Free play inside or outside

5pm Dismissal 

6pm Late pick up available for an additional fee

 

Typical Day of Camp

Viajeros (6 to 10 year olds)

8am Early drop off available for an additional fee.

9am Arrival/Free Play

9:30am Morning Meeting 

9:50am Snack (healthy snack provided by One World Project)

10:15am Monday, Wednesday and Friday - Field trip to Prospect Park, or destination related to the country we are exploring

Tuesday and Thursday - Enrichment activity (art, building or cooking inspired by the country we are exploring)

noon Lunch (Provided by families)

12:45am Time in the Backyard or Garden (unless we are on a field trip)

1:45pm Visit the School Library

2:30pm Closing Conversation

3pm Dismissal 

3:30pm Afternoon Snack (healthy snack provided by One World Project)

4pm Free play inside or outside

5pm Dismissal 

6pm Late pick up available for an additional fee

For more information, see also Camp Application and Camp Tuition.