A fun camp for kids with learning differences that ALSO has an academic focus? What’s the difference? In the words of our students: EPIC.
Camp Cloverleaf is a one-of-a-kind camp experience designed for kids with special needs to explore the world where they live and get an extra boost of academics through the summer. Each child will practice social skills and building friendships, while they learn more about their city. Besides just having a great time, we will give each camper an exciting summer adventure while increasing their subject knowledge and teach them strategies to successfully navigate their world with confidence.
As campers arrive, they will meet their group leader and have a “morning meeting,” a core element of our year-round social skills program. During this meeting, each camper will participate in games and activities that have a math and reading component and learn more about their upcoming day. Camp Cloverleaf has a different theme each week and has a dynamic field trip planned for each day. One of our weekly themes is “Surrounded by Science,” where our campers will engage in activities such as pond studies, a day full of physical science experiments in Piedmont Park, and a trip to Fernbank to explore one of the newest and most exciting special exhibits. As we wind down our day, we will reflect and express our thoughts and experiences through art and writing . This will help our campers to retain new information, recall learned concepts, and connect to the world around them.
We could not be more excited to offer this camp to the Atlanta community. Our student to teacher ratio is 3:1 and camp starts June 11, 2012.
Please contact Katherine McGee at 404-474-3904 for more information about this amazing opportunity or click here to fill out an application!