Camp Wonderland: Art Beast Winter Camps for Children 4 to 7 Years Old
Our Winter Camps will celebrate the arrival of Winter in proper Art Beast fashion with lots of creating, storytelling, and movement activities. The children will use art, dance, and dramatic play to explore the world of Winter as we consider the magic of the changing seasons, the coming of a new year, and the busy animals preparing for the cold.
As always, Art Beast welcomes all so the camps will center on the joy of the season rather than specific holidays.
Two sessions of Winter Camp are offered, each running from Monday through Thursday. The first session runs from December 20 to the 23rd and the second from December 27 to the 30th. Each session will be unique. Camps will start at 9 am each day and end at 1 pm. We ask that children bring a lunch.
Each session is $150. Siblings receive a 15% discount. To register, please follow this link: Register. If morning sessions fill, we are considering adding afternoon sessions to meet demand. Call at 916-441-1233 to express interest in an afternoon session. We will add sessions if enough children enroll.
Art Beast camps are art drenched and energetic camps designed for children 4 to 7 years old. We create a space that honors children by offering activities and environments suited to their age range. No trying to keep up with the 10 year olds at this camp!
Each session fills at 16 children and is led by two teachers, promising a group that can grow close. The camps offer a blend of structured arts exploration in the classroom and free play within the building, always under close supervision by the camp teachers.
Our camps are about exploring art and self expression. Children dig into an array of mediums and arts in their own way. No matter the theme, we promise a range of arts integration with movement, song, story, and art.
After or before camp each day, you can stay and play at Art Beast with your child as long as you’d like.
And, as always, when you choose Art Beast, your money supports Tubman House, a residential community for young, homeless parents and their children. A portion of your camp fees is tax deductible.