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Toddler Program


Toddlers Nature Camp 2022

Age: 16-24 Months 

Time: Group A: 9:15-10:30

       Group B: 10:45-12:00

Capacity: 10 Children Per Group (with parent/caregiver present)

Location: Perry School & Perry School Outdoor Courtyard

Days: Tuesday/Thursday 

Dates: Weekly Sessions from June 7th-August 20th (We will be closed on Friday, July 2nd in observance of Independence Day weekend. 

Our NYC Kids Camps for toddlers is a transitional program specifically designed for children ages 16-24 months. Campers have the opportunity to build classroom skills in a positive and supportive environment within a small group setting. Alongside their parent or caregiver, each child becomes an engaged and motivated learner. This program is the perfect way to prepare children for the separation process that lies ahead in a preschool setting. 


What To Bring

  • Completed Health Form prior to the first day of camp. 

  • Water Bottle with your child's name clearly marked. 

  • Transitional toy or lovie (if needed)

  • Extra set of clothing - diapers (if needed) clearly marked in a ziplock bag

  • Backpack

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What To Wear

  • NYC Kids Camps T-shirt (provided by us and worn daily by all campers) 

  • Comfortable clothing - Dress for mess!

  • Comfortable closed toe shoes such as sneakers. (no crocs or flip flops)

Learning       Objectives

The individual needs of each child are valued so that they result in the achievement of developmental milestones including: 

  • Social and emotional skills such as positive self-identity, sense of competence, empathy, verbal and non-verbal communication, building relationships between children and adults, playing with others, etc.

  • Communication and language skills such as listening and responding, nonverbal and two-way communication, pre-literacy skills through picture books, etc.

  • Physical skills such as moving parts of the body and the whole body, using objects, spacial awareness, coordination and balance, etc.

  • Cognitive skills such as exploration, naming objects, early math skills, basic skills (shapes, colors, size comparison, etc.), cause and effect, time intervals, etc.

  • Creative arts such as pretend play, exploring art materials and musical instruments, listening and responding to music, etc.

Sample Daily Summer Camp Schedule

Sample Daily Summer
Camp Schedule

  • 9:15 - 9:30: Arrival & Choice Time9:30 - 9:45: Snack Time/Story Time9:45-10:00: Gym Time or Outdoor Courtyard10:00-10:15: Art & Sensory Table10:15-10:30: Music Time/Goodbye Circle

Bi-Monthly Summer

  • June- Summer Flower and InsectsJuly- Trees and CampingAugust- Ocean and Bubbleology

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