Session 2 PM PS: A Bug’s Life
Session 2 PM: June 8 - June 19
Age / grade level: Preschool
Teacher: Mrs. Kaitlin Redborg. M.F.A.
Description: Let the world of science come alive for your child this summer as they learn all about the amazing world of insects and spiders that live all around us. Your preschooler will learn how to collect and observe insects found right in their own backyard. We will learn about a new category of insect each day and discuss topics like; where it can be found, what is its habitat, what does it need to live, what does it eat and what eats it! We will have a visit from an entomologist (a bug biologist) and keep some exotic pets like Madagascar hissing bugs, and Asian Praying Mantises. Your child will get hands on experience integrated with play, games, arts and crafts, music and scientific experiments.
Teacher Bio: Mrs. Kaitlin Redborg is Capitol School’s Art Instructor and she co-teaches in the Freeman/Butler/Redborg Cluster ages 3-5. She has an M.F.A in Printmaking Studio Arts from The University of Delaware, a B.A in Studio Art and a B.A in Art History from Lawrence University as well as training in the Montessori teaching method. She has studied art in Florence, Italy and Chicago, with internships in New York City. She has taught art at all levels from early childhood through College and Graduate level. Past Summer Exploration classes taught by Mrs. Redborg include: The Science of Cooking, Art Explorations, Nature Art, A Bugs’ Life and many others.
Please fill out all information for each child's first registration. For additional registrations, you only have to complete the required information.
Note: This cost is for the registration fee only. You must pay the balance of the total camp cost by the first day of camp. Information will be provided in your receipt or you can pay here: SE2020 Summer Camp Balance. You should also receive an email a week prior to the start of camp with payment information. You may also pay in the office.