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Summer Pre-K Camps

Come and enjoy a wide range of fun and educations activities with our summer preschool   program!    Your child will rotate through multiple activity units each day, such as art, sensory play, story time, music, math or science activities, imaginative games, guided play and much more! Even better, our flexible "pick your days" registration allows you to plan around your summer events and activities. 

AGES AND CLASSES

The Summer program is for students with a minimum age of 2 as of Sept 1, 2022.  We have separate classes with different activities  for young PreK students, older PreK students,  Kindergarten students, and first/second grade students.  


 Each day, we separate into  separate classes  and classrooms.  We have 6-10 students in each class and a lead instructor for each class.      Students are grouped with other children of similar age and skill level so that younger twos are not with older students.  We do try to keep friend groups together for summer!



DATES AND THEMES

There are 9 weeks in our Summer program.    Classes meet 4 days a week, Mon-Thurs from 9:00 am -2:00 pm.      Students register for individual days- sign up for one or two weeks, or come once or twice a week- your choice.  Cost is $45  per day, SAVE $3 with early registration- $42 when you register before June 1!  Class dates and themes  are as follows:



Come explore your favorite children's books! We'll enjoy favorite books and so many fun art activities, games, and experiments  that go along with them.  Eric Carle's Very Hungry Caterpillar, Dr Seuss' the Cat in the Hat, and many more books will be explored this week in class.



WEEK 1 June 6-9 STEAM SCIENCE- My 5 Senses

This class is focused on age appropriate science activities through hands on exploration- we'll experiment with color and light, identify smells, make texture art, and listen to music and make instruments.  

WEEK 2: June 13-16 At the Ocean June 13-16

Come on an adventure with us as we explore At the Ocean! We'll enjoy fun activities with sand and water and learn about creatures you might find under the waves.  We will make boats and see what sinks and what floats.   In art, we'll create fantastic fish and ocean scenes. 


WEEK 3: June 20-23 Things That Go!

Cars, Trains, and Airplanes are some of the fun things that go we will explore this week!  We'll read favorite books, build ramps to test our cars, and make some fun art projects



WEEK 4: June 27-July 1: BIG MESSY ART!

It's art. It's big. And it's MESSY! In this class we will finger-paint, foot-paint, splatter-paint, create giant sculptures, and generally have a wonderful, messy time. We'll be exploring the creative art process, so some of our projects you may not want to take home with you- but we'll take some pictures of the activities for you to enjoy! We may sneak some science experiments in too! Be sure to wear very old clothes, because we WILL get dirty!!



WEEK 5: July 4-8 On the Farm 

Cows and chicks and pigs, oh my!  Your child will love exploring animals and plants on the farm.  We will enjoy favorite books, clean the muddy pigs, and plant some vegetables.  We'll explore music and all the sounds that animals can make.  We'll even drive some tractors.  

WEEK SIX July 11-15: Dr Seuss on the Loose

Come enjoy everyone's favorite cat as we read and explore rhymes and writing. Students will enjoy reading favorite Dr. Seuss books as well as other favorite authors.   While we will read the Cat in the Hat we'll also have fun with what we would do If I Ran the Zoo and discover what lies at the bottom of McElligot's Pool!  We'll have stories, art projects, creative drama activities, and much more.


WEEK SEVEN July 18-22 Weather Wonders

In this class we'll learn about weather and enjoy crafts, books, and other activities. We'll make tornados, rainclouds, and also explore habitats and climates such as deserts and the arctic.  Kids will enjoy activities playing with water, rain, ice and more!

WEEK EIGHT JULY 25-29 In My Garden

In this class we’ll explore the wonders in our own backyard! We’ll look at plants and how they grow and enjoy flower art projects. We’ll look at the small animals found in the backyard including earthworms and caterpillars and interact with them. We'll enjoy a variety of creative drama and musical activities including making nests and flying like birds. All the while we will read wonderful books about gardens and the animals you can find in them. Come and get your hands dirty!


WEEK NINE AUG 1-5 FAIRY TALE FUN

We'll explore classic fairy tales from Goldilocks to Cinderella! Kids will build castles, make fairy wands, and enjoy a wide range of activities and crafts. 



POLICIES

Absence and Make-Up Policy

It is an unfortunate fact everyone is occasionally sick. It is courteous to call and let us know, with as much advance notice as possible, of any absence due to illness. We ask that ill students remain home to avoid spreading the illness to other students and teachers. Children need to be without a fever for 24 hour to return to class. Children who are vomiting should not have vomited in the last 36 hours.  Due to the small class size and limited spaces available, we regret that we cannot offer make-up classes for the summer session.  


Schedule Changes  

There are NO REFUNDS for any reason once you have registered for a class.  If your schedule changes, we are happy to move you to different class if there is space available, or give you credit for another camp or class.  Due to the popularity of the preschool program, we must have  7 DAYS NOTICE  to make class changes.   We are not able to reschedule cancellations or absences with less than 7 DAYS notice.


Snack / Lunch

Parents are asked to pack a lunch and a snack for their child. We may occasionally have other snacks as part of our curriculum, so be sure to let us know of any food allergies. Please also pack a spill-proof cup with a drink for your child as we do not have a water fountain. We ask that all drinks be in a spill-proof cup to avoid accidents. All cups should be labeled with your child’s name. 

When packing lunch, please make sure it is "kid friendly" - have items pre-cut and items such as oranges already peeled (please do not pack whole oranges as children cannot peel these themselves.)   Also, please do not pack items such as shredded cheese, rice, or sunflower seeds that are very messy for your child to eat and make a big mess on the floor.


Potty Training

We do not require that children be potty trained to enroll. We will take regularly scheduled potty breaks during the day to help your child with potty training.   Parents are asked to provide a diaper bag with diapers and wipes for children who are not potty trained, and to  make sure they have a fresh diaper when they arrive.


Supplies

Please provide an extra change of clothing (or two!) to have on hand in case of spills or accidents.  Be sure to include extra underwear for children who are potty training.  We do lots of messy art projects, so please wear OLD CLOTHES to class!  We do not use smocks when painting.


Pick-Up / Drop Off:

Please bring your child to the classroom and sign in when dropping off, and let us know on the sign-in sheet if a different person will be picking them up. You will need to pick up your child from the classroom and sign out at the end of class. Parents may also choose to drive up in the lane at the front of the facility and we will walk your child to and from  your car.  We will not release children to unauthorized individuals.


Late Pick Up:

PICK UP FOR SUMMER PREK is between 1:45 and 2:00 pm.  Please arrive in this window to pick up your child.  A late pick up fee of $25 will be charged to the card on file for parents arriving after 2 pm. 


E-mail:

Please be certain that a valid e-mail address is included with your registration, and that you selected to "send e-mails to family."  E-mail is used for important class updates.


Severe Weather:

In the event of severe weather or hurricane evacuation, we will close based on FISD.    An e-mail will be sent out in the event of a weather related cancellation, you may also check our Facebook page for updates  Such cancellations are considered “acts of God. ”  There will be no refunds, but a credit that can be used towards other classes at Friendswood Music & More will be placed on your account for any "act of God"  cancellation.


Last Minute Registration

You are welcome to register online at anytime prior to class starting.  You can register the day before or evening the morning of.   Late registration with less than a week notice is $47 per class.   The online registration system has the most up to date info on classes.   As long as there are spaces available you may register for the class.   If the class is full you may register for a waitlist, but that does not guarantee availability.  Please make sure you are officially registered for class before arriving, students who are not on the official class schedule may be turned away due to class size.


REGISTRATION INFO / TUITION AND FEES


Pick and choose the classes you'd like- tuition is only $42 a day!  You can come once a week, twice a week, or only one or two weeks.   Spots are filling fast, register early to secure your dates.


Fine Print:

Payment in full is required to hold your spot in class.  There are no refunds unless class is cancelled by Friendswood Music and More.  Make-ups classes will not be available due to the small class size and limited space available. 


How To Register

To register,  please use our online registration link at the bottom of this page.  Classes are listed under "Summer 2022."  Classes are listed on the days that they are held.  Select the days you need.   


CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR ONLINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM