Summer Camp

Age 6-12
Hours 7am – 6pm

Our summer activities are included but not limited to:

  • Individual Jerseys
  • Weekly Soccer Classes
  • Sewing
  • Music Lessons
  • Pottery
  • Jewellery Making
  • Wood Working
  • Science Experiments (Weekly Science Activities)
  • Creative Arts, Design, Dance, Fashion
  • Craft
  • Culinary Art
  • Cooking
  • Sport Activities
  • Bike Days
  • Photography Club
  • Picnic Tables
  • Acting, Drama
  • Educational Activities

July 2020

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
  • CANADA DAY: stat holiday, centre closed
  • SC: Mundy Park, Woodworking
  • SC: Music Class, Picnic at Mundy Park
  • SC: Photography, Tropical Week/ Voyage to Mexico
  • SC: Como Lake, Junior Chef, Tropical Week/ Voyage to Mexico
  • SC: Blue Mountain Water Park, Tropical Week/ Voyage to Mexico
  • SC: Bike Day, Tropical Week/ Voyage to Mexico
  • SC: Music Class, Como Lake
  • SC: Mundy Park, Science Experiments
  • SC: Outdoor Activities, Woodworking
  • SC: Water Games, Pottery
  • SC: Bike Day, Movie Day
  • SC: Music Class, Como Lake
  • SC: Outdoor Activities, Arts and Crafts
  • SC: Mundy Park, Word Search, Board Games
  • SC: Blue Mountain Water Park, Jewelry Design
  • SC: Bike Day, Outdoor Activities
  • SC: Music Class, Picnic at Mundy Park
  • SC: Water Games, Woodworking
  • SC: Blue Mountain Park, Fashion Show
  • SC: Picnic at Como Lake, Science Experiments
  • SC: Bike Day, Movie Day

Register for our Summer Camp Program Today.

Summer Camp Registration

Pricing Description

Weekly Fee: $240

Extra Fees:
  • Crash Crawly’s – $20
  • Bowling – $20
  • Playland – $40
  • Science World – $25

*Please Note that all Costs are included in the pricing.

Summer Camp Fees

  • July Week 1 – $240
  • July Week 2 – $260
  • July Week 3 – $265
  • July Week 4 – $260
  • July Week 5 – $240
  • Aug Week 1 – $260
  • Aug Week 2 – $280
  • Aug Week 3 – $240
  • Aug Week 4 – $265
  • Aug Week 5 – $265

*Please note that this Promotional Rate applies to the updated calendar and it may change and there is a $50 cancellation fee for each week canceled.

Parkland Players prides itself in being one of the earliest Daycares to provide Reggio-inspired approaches in tri-cities, and is also unique in being a part of a school that offers the same approach to education, Meadowbrook Elementary School.

The Reggio Emilia Approach

Our program is based on the philosophy that all children are equal and unique individuals. We accommodate each child to his/her own rate of development.

We provide a warm, safe and nurturing environment to cultivate children’s optimal social and emotional growth as well as their physical and intellectual skills, in addition to promoting confidence and success, we also encourage children to learn to be creative independent.

The Reggio philosophy of education began in 1963 in preschools in the municipality of Reggio Emilia, northern Italy. The approach was then extended to infant-toddler centers in 1970. Through evolution and refinement over the past 4 decades, this international educational experience geared towards children aged three months to six years, has been shaped into a program which children can explore their environment through their own unique perspective, and use their choice of expression such as language, art, dance, or drama to communicate their feelings and ideas. This approach has yielded a higher level of creativity from children than the more directed educational approaches. Furthermore, educators have noted an increase in positive social behaviour, less aggression, fewer accidents and improved school readiness among children educated under the Reggio approach.

Under the Reggio approach, the teachers indirectly provoke ideas and solutions in children, and accompany the children on the exploration process rather than creating a distinct instructor/pupil relationship. The Environment is created and organized as such that is visually appealing to the children, and fosters curiosity and creativity. The ultimate goal is for the children to express their learning, knowledge, and experience freely and uniquely.

Although Reggio-inspired preschools are rare in North America, with North American parents and teachers gradually becoming more familiar with the Reggio Emilia approach, the program is inspiring preschools to modify current teaching and learning practices.

Parents Are Important

Parents are the most important people in a child’s life and for their development. We recognize your child’s dependence on you and other family members for support in all areas of development.

To achieve a high quality program, we offer:

  • Well-trained, warm, nurturing and caring staff whose expertise and commitment are valued
  • A rich and stimulating environment which can respond and adapt to the needs of individual children
  • A predictable yet flexible routine that offers children the security of a stable framework for their day
  • On-going communication between families and staff as part of an open and supportive relationship and commitment to work in partnership.
Family Engagement

At Parkland Players we treat every child uniquely, providing them with individual attention on their personal development path.

Our reporting system continuously provides a transparent window to your child’s growth and development.

Staff Qualifications
  • Infant and Toddler Diploma
  • ECE Certified
  • ECE Assistant
  • Responsible Adult
Individual Family Plan

Parents and children are welcome to make an appointment to visit our center.
Family goals for a child with special needs are planned and carried out by parents and daycare staff. From discussions and observation, we construct a plan that takes into account both strengths and needs.

To download our Summer Camp Calendar and Information: CLICK HERE

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