The YMCA organization is the largest provider of child care in the world. The Wyckoff Y offers care for children from infants through school-age. Our summer camp program emphasizes learning, exploration, fitness, and fun!
Session 1 – 5
Launch your Kindergartener to be ready for the first day of school. All the fun of a “big kid camp” at a Kindergartener’s pace. CAMP KINDER is crafted to meet the needs and development levels of each camper. The introduction of educational activities including reading readiness and writing activities will help bridge the gap from Pre-K to Kindergarten. Structured activities include instructional swim, arts and crafts, indoor time, sports, games, and free swim. Your children will learn, excel, and always have a blast!
Move, shake, and laugh while learning jazz dance technique. Each class includes a warm-up, across the floor moves, and learning a few exciting combinations. An end of session Performance will show off the dancers’ hard work!
Learn the concepts of engineering, architecture, and mechanics using Lego bricks. Lessons from math, science, and social studies are integrated into the activities. Students design and construct machines, buildings, and other models with Legos.
Bon Appétit, it’s time to eat! From start to finish, these little chefs will make creative treats, which will include a daily nutritious lunch.
Explore, create, and achieve! Engage in drawing and painting through projects that stimulate imagination and encourage creativity. Explore composition, texture, and design using various mediums to create masterpieces to display at the end of session Art Show for all to see!
Wave your magic wand, sprinkle fairy dust, and get the royal treatment in Princess Camp. Dazzling arts and crafts, tea parties, dancing, and dress up will make each day a dream come true.
Introduce your child to the basics of soccer – dribbling, passing, and receiving – through a combination of fun and thematic games.
Ready, Set, Go! A basic introduction to “outdoor” team sports. Learn the fundamentals of T-ball, Soccer, and Flag Football. The day will be complete with an afternoon of traditional camp activities.