Seedlings (Age 3-Kindergarten)

Our Seedlings camp is for younger campers ages 3–kindergarten with activities designed just for them.


Experienced staff lead Seedlings, a full-day program with exciting weekly theme-based preschool activities. Seedlings campers will have lots to talk about on the ride home! With a low camper-to-staff ratio (maximum of 14 campers with two teachers), our preschoolers get plenty of attention as they run through sprinklers on our wet and wild water days, or experiment with the different kid friendly features offered at our own natural playground. Teachers take a weekly thematic approach to activities as campers dabble in arts and crafts, gym, music/movement, storytelling, and cooking. Friday concludes with a culminating activity to bring in the weekend. 

Please note there is a partial day option with a 1 p.m. pick up for this program, but there is no partial week program available.

Seedlings Schedule

7:30–9:00 a.m.

Before Care (no charge)

Check-in/Independent play


9:00–9:15 a.m.

Morning circle: including greetings and songs


9:15-10 a.m.

Cooking & snack prep


10:00-10:30 a.m.

Snack and recess


10:30 a.m.–12 p.m.

Theme time: Stories/crafts/songs/movement

12–12:45 p.m.



12:45–1:30 p.m.

Rest time for younger campers|Found art & creative building for older group

1:30–2:30 p.m.

Outdoor & water play


2:30–3:00 p.m.

Clean-up & pick-up

kids playing outside


Seedlings Pricing


June 12 – August 18, 2023

Camp Weeks 1–9 (Full Program)



August 21 – September 1, 2023

(Post Camp, same hours less programming)



Note: The Seedlings program has as an optional 1 p.m. pick up option at the reduced cost of $300/week. There are no partial week options. Seedlings campers can take advantage of the no charge Before Care option provided it is elected at the time of registration.



Additional Seedlings Information


“Potty” Policy

Children ages 3 and potty trained through those entering 6th grade in the fall are eligible to attend our Summer Camp. Due to the number of transitions throughout the camp day, we require that Seedlings campers manage themselves independently when using the potty. Regular breaks and lots of encouragement will assist in this process. While we understand that accidents can and will occur from time to time, we do not have the staffing to manage more regular accidents with campers while also maintaining the integrity of our program. If the occasional accident becomes a regular pattern of behavior, we reserve the right to dismiss campers at our discretion.


Clothing and Toys

Children should wear cool, comfortable, weather-appropriate clothes to camp, and be prepared for both outdoor and indoor activities. All campers must wear sneakers and socks. Please do not send your child to camp in sandals. Campers will not need to bring toys to camp. While it is appropriate for our Seedlings campers to bring a favorite blanket or stuffed animal to help them relax during quiet time, all other toys and electronic devices are prohibited from being brought to camp. 


Lunches and Snacks

Snack will be provided to all campers in the mid-morning and early afternoon prior to dismissal. There will be a third snack provided part way through extended day for those campers enrolled in After Camp care. Water or juice will be available throughout the day. Campers will need to provide their own lunches in insulated bags or coolers. Please pack lunches that do not require additional refrigeration or heat.