3 & 4 Year Old Program
Preschoolers can be happy campers, too!
Kidcam’s early camper program provides a fun-filled summer camp experience to our younger campers in a safe, nurturing environment. Campers are supervised by qualified adult staff, many with backgrounds in education and child care. The 3-4 year old campers follow a separate schedule of on-campus activities including water play, art, computer lab, puppet shows, karate, dance, yoga, magic shows, spacewalks, and giant inflatables.
Our young campers have a 45-minute rest period after lunch.
Our weekly schedules are given to you the Friday before the next week of camp. This age group follows the same weekly theme as our older campers only with a schedule that concentrates on their social, physical and emotional skills.
Here are a few sample camp schedules that will give you a peek into what your young camper will be doing each week:
This age group does not travel off campus for field-trips, but they still enjoy their own adventures throughout the day. Whether it’s going on a Bear Hunt, having their own mini Foam Party or traveling through the inflatable maze, their is no shortage of excitement and fun for our smaller campers.
Safety is our first priority at Kidcam, especially when it comes to our water activities. All of our pools have a certified lifeguard onsite. If your child’s camp has a swimming pool at their camp, they will swim almost every day. Most of our pools have Kiddie Pools to enjoy, and campers can wear Floaties if you wish.
For camps without onsite swimming facilities, our young campers will enjoy waterslides and other safe water activites without traveling off campus to swim.
Our little ones do need to be fully potty trained.
Label all clothing and belongings including camp shirts, shorts, hats, bathing suits, underwear, socks, towels, shoes, lunch-kits, and nap items. This will make it easier for your camper and the counselor to keep track of his/her things.
Have your camper wear his swim suit under his camper clothes when a water activity is scheduled in the morning. This will save time changing in and out of swimsuits and allow for more play time.
Send a note at the beginning of camp advising the counselor and office as to how your camper will be dismissed at the end of the day – car pool or after camp child care.
Send a labeled nap pad or mat, along with a pillow and any other comfort item (blanket, etc) for naptime each afternoon. Pads and pillows may be kept at camp during the week but are sent home on Fridays to be washed.Preschool Form