My son started preschool this year. While he loves going, I think I may enjoy it even more than him! It's nice to have a few hours of one on one time with my baby, and it's always great picking him up afterwards because I missed him! Winter break is coming up, and I'm wondering what I'm going to do with him while he's off from school. He's likely to get bored and start watching way too much television. I'm going to have to come up with some really fun activities.
Or, I could send him to the KinderCare Winter Science Camp! This is two weeks of fun activities for preschool and school aged children. Kids can do the whole camp, or just part of it, it's up to you! Week one is Radical Reactions. This is a week-long exploration of chemical reactions and properties of matter. I know that Bean would love to learn how bubbles form how do bubbles form, and conduct cool experiments like “Fizz Rockets,” Bubbleology,” “Super Slurpers,” and “Racing Slime.” Week two is about birds, planes, and kites
Preschoolers will learn about elements of flight through hands-on activities involving wind, air pressure, and propeller power. Bean is obsessed with kites, paper airplanes, and rockets so this is right up his alley as well.
The winter camp is held the last 2 weeks of the year: December 19th - 23rd, and December 27th - 30th. For more information and to enroll, visit their website here. Take a little break this winter, and continue to stimulate your child's learning while they're on vacation. It's a win-win for everyone!
This post was sponsored by KinderCare