Infinity Preschool recently announced that it plans to add more activities and field trips for its summer camp. The day camp in Marine Park has weekly themes that all lessons and activities are based on.
Infinity campers visited Field Station: Dinosaurs
in Secaucus, NJ, last summer.
Infinity Preschool recently restructured its summer camp, which is certified by NYC, to include more trips and activities. Structured learning, combined with engaging activities and trips, makes this camp a destination for children wanting a fun and educational summer.
The summer camp provides a unique environment because specific themes are used to keep children engaged throughout the summer. The Upper Camp (ages 5-12) receives a new theme each week, and the Lower Camp (ages 2-6) receives a new theme each month. Themes for the older camp include photography, writing, science exploration, theater and arts, and writing. During the photography week, campers learn photography skills, including how to take close-up and distance shots and the editing process. Theater and arts week includes lessons on auditioning for plays, how to make props, and scenery design. The Upper Campers get the chance to take trips to different locations that relate to their weekly theme, while special guests visit Lower Campers. Guests include a magician and an expert from a reptile zoo.
The camp is located at Infinity Preschool, which includes six classrooms, two play yards, and a gymnasium. The camp, which parents can now register their children for, is eight weeks long and typically runs from July-August. The camp hours are 9am-4pm, and early and late hours are available for parents that work or request additional time.