June 5th - August 4th, Monday - Friday
7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Ages 5 to 12 years
Join us for a summer of fun, excitement, and outdoor adventure!
To provide a quality summer camp program which supports children’s physical, emotional, and cognitive development in a safe, secure environment.
Campers will experience a balance of environmental education, arts, culture, sports, and outdoor fun!
Each week offers a different environmental theme. Activities include field trips, nature study, guest speakers, art, recreation, gardening, cooking, and much more!
Registration and Fees
Registration begins Monday, February 6th , 2017 on a first come first serve basis for a maximum of 180 campers per week. A registration fee of $40 is required which includes a camper bag, water bottle and Tshirts.
Breakfast, Lunch and Snack will be provided.
Early Registration Fee will be $150.00 Per week
Starting May 5th tuition fee will be $165.00 Per week
Session 1: Weeks #1-3 (Fees are due on Monday, May 22nd)
Session 2: Weeks #4-6 (Fees are due on Monday, June 12th)
Session 3: Weeks #7-9 (Fees are due on Monday, July 3rd)
Week 1: June 5—9 “Eco Zone”
Campers have fun by participating in environmental activities about the
3Rs: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.
Week 2: June 12—16 “Water Adventures”
Campers explore water fun environments while learning about different water sources, ways to conserve water, and tips for water safety.
Week 3: June 19—23 “Flower Power”
Campers will learn by observing, discovering, and experimenting within the natural world.
Week 4: June 26—30 “Diggin’ The Past”
Campers will experience a variety of activities focusing on getting to know some of the South Florida’s prehistoric era.
Week 5: July 3—7 “Ocean Commotion”
Campers will enjoy a mixture of fun outdoors activities all focused on life in our oceans!
Week 6: July 10—14 “Where The Wild Things Are”
Campers will explore many of South Florida’s native animals in their adaptations and the important roles these creatures play in our lives.
Week 7: July 17—21: “All Star”
Campers will work on skills in traditional sports while learning the importance of sportsmanship.
Week 8: July 24—July 28 “Master Chef Jr.”
From nutrition and cooking, campers learn how to make healthy lifestyle choices.
Week 9: July 31—August 4 “Spirit Week”
A mixture of fun: Games, music, dance and the big ideas learned throughout the summer.
Gift your children with a lifetime of fun, adventure, and exploration this summer. We look forward to hosting your child at FAU Pine Jog Environmental Education Center’s Summer Day Camp.
For more information please contact the director Wendy Diazgranados at email@example.com or call 561-656-5430.