The Robotics Enrichment program is designed for children 4-8 years of age will consist of weekly themes and age appropriate activities. Trained staff have planned and will implement the weekly themes exploring and brain storming with children through activities and techniques in robotics. The KIBO curriculum by Kinderlabs is a research based with 20 years of early child development research. This hands-on educational approach engages young children to learn STEAM concepts through play and creative self-expression.
|Dates||Themes (through KIBO Labs)|
|*June 20- June 23||What is KIBO?|
|June 26 – June 30||What is a program?|
|*July 3 – July 7||Build and Drop|
|July 10 – July 14||Build a Dream Car|
|July 17 – July 21||KIBO Dance Party|
|July 24 – July 28||TBD|
|July 31 – August 4||Growing with KIBO, Art/Literacy|
|August 7 – August 11||Ask and Imagine|
|August 14 – August 18||Build it Better|
|August 21– August 25||EXPRESS YOURSELF|
For children 4 – 8 years old
Registration fee: $25
|Summer Robotics||Weekly Rates|
|Full Day (9:00 am – 3:30 pm)
Includes Lunch Hour (12:00 – 1:00 pm)
Bring bagged lunch please
|Half Day (9:00 am – 1:00 pm)
Includes Lunch Hour Care (12:00 – 1:00 pm)
Bring bagged lunch please
|Before Childcare (7:30 am – 9:00 am)||$80|
|After Childcare (3:30 pm – 6:00 pm)||$130|
*The rates for the week of June 21 and July 4 are prorated.
YWCA Princeton (59 Paul Robeson Place).
Parents/guardians should park their car in a parking spot in the lower parking lot and walk their child in to the building each morning. Parents/guardians must drop their child off at The Burke Foundation Early Childhood Center at YWCA Princeton main entrance each day when they are dropping them off and picking them up.
Items To Bring Each Day
MASK POLICY AND COVID PROTOCOLS
Ballet children should bring:
- a bag lunch (with ice pack)
- a change of clothes, cream sun block (NO SPRAY SUNBLOCK)
- water bottle with child’s name on it
- socks and sneakers for walking and playing (no sandals or flip-flops allowed)
The YWCA will provide snacks for the children once a day for half-day campers and twice a day for full day campers. Snacks will consist of a fruit or veggie option, a cracker/cookie option and a water/juice option. If your child has an allergy and you would like to provide us with your own snacks, that is permissible and we will keep your child’s snack separate and safe for the week. Friday is fun day and we will serve ice pops in the afternoon.
If your child is staying for the lunch hour or is a full day camper, parents are to provide a non-perishable lunch each day for their child. We do not have refrigeration for lunch boxes so please make sure that you include an ice pack in all lunch bags.
In consideration of the many food allergies children have today, the YWCA appreciates your cooperation with the elimination of any food products that contain nut or nut products from our camp.
After Care 3:30-6 Pm
Each day, after care is available from 4-6 pm. This can be added to your registration at time of enrollment.
NJ State mandates current immunization form for each child entering summer camps. Please have your Immunization Form with you to upload during the online registration process.
Financial aid and scholarships are available on a first come, first served basis. Please reach out to Cassandra Mendoza at 609-497-2100 x324 or email@example.com