Children's Learning Adventure Now Enrolling for 'Superhero Summer' Camp
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., March 8, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Arizona-based Children’s Learning Adventure is now enrolling campers for their flagship “Superhero Summer!” Camp. The camp, available at all 45 Children’s Learning Adventure campuses, enriches students with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics) based activities. This summer’s experience was designed to engage campers in creative and collaborative projects, foster new friendships and aid skill development for campers.
Children’s Learning Adventure is the industry leader in early childhood education, offering the best educational opportunities for children from ages six weeks to 12 years old. The premier programs include Infant and Toddler programs, nationally renowned Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten Programs, Before and After School programs, and Summer and Holiday Break Camps. Children’s Learning Adventure is currently operating and developing in 11 states and is continuously growing.
Children’s Learning Adventure’s STEAM-based curriculum ensures daily exposure to learning through a multiple learning environments approach. Their STEAM-based curriculum uses a hands-on, systematic approach to teach science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics while developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Children’s Learning Adventure believes an integral component of learning is a child’s environment. In addition to a primary classroom, they provide daily small group instruction in specialty classrooms. Their multiple learning environments provide authentic and meaningful activities, maximizing every child’s learning capacity. Students will apply the knowledge they learn in their homerooms in specialty classrooms, such as learning about the properties of matter in science class through hands-on experiments to determine whether an item sinks or floats in water.
Children’s Learning Adventure campuses feature several stimulating learning environments, including but not limited to: a science center complete with a planetarium; a multimedia room with a real TV studio utilizing video cameras and more; an expansive library; a technology center fully equipped with iPads and tablets; and an expansive outdoor playground with regulation basketball and tennis courts.
Children's Learning Adventure’s curriculum provides parents with a "proof of learning” through daily teacher-parent interactions, detailed reports and weekly take-home activities connecting learning experiences to the child’s home environment.
To learn more about Children’s Learning Adventure or the “Superhero Summer!” Camp, call (844) 330-4400 or visit www.childrenslearningadventure.com.
Phone: (480) 315-7970
Source: Children's Learning Adventure