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Having trouble finding a camp that is constructive, engaging and fun? FasTracKids® has a day camp that fills all of those needs. For three hours a day, camps can be offered as a one week or one day program to provide the flexibility in length and curriculum. This is a fun, simple option for children that are on holiday break or out of school for a substantial amount of time. Schedule and age groups vary according to the center.

Parents who want to keep their children busy for a short period of time but in a constructive, educational way find that FasTrack® Camps is the place for their children. With exposure to a variety of early education programs and demonstrating our interactive technology with the FasTrack Learning Station®, FasTrack Camps gives parents an opportunity to participate in the FasTracKids programs.

FasTrack Camps are offered in a variety of languages. Centers usually offer these camps during holiday breaks, summer vacation or periods of time when children are out of school.

 

Week Camp Topics

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Young Scientists, Old Bones
Your child will meet Dr. Dino, a paleontologist who will guide the students as they explore the land of dinosaurs with his friend Terrance, the flying reptile. Don’t miss the FasTracKids Dinosaur Museum, which will showcase your child’s projects!
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Anatomy of Me
Through the exploration of different major anatomical or body systems (skeletal, respiratory, digestive, circulatory & nervous), your child will explore the human anatomy and learn to develop healthy habits along the way.
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Ready, Set, Travel
FasTracKids will travel to various regions of the world and learn how children in those countries live. Visit the FasTracKids International Expo at the end of the week.
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Destination Constellation
Watch your child become a “FasTronaut” while learning about how astronauts train, live and work in space. Visit the FasTracKids Space Station at the end of the week.
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Ready, Set, Travel 2
All aboard the FasTrack Supersonic Exploring airplane! Azora and FasTracKids will fly to different countries across the world while learning games, famous landmarks and delicious foods found in those countries. The countries that are explored are Italy, Brazil, Egypt and the USA.
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Spencer Learns Sports
Our favorite bunny is learning exercises and sports from around the world! FasTracKids join Spencer as he learns different stretches, exercises, yoga techniques and sports. Teammates and coaches teach how each sport is played and how sports give life lessons.
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Artist Studio
Join Ana Paula in the FasTrack art studio and be inspired by the works of famous artists such as Van Gogh, Matisse and Picasso while creating unique pieces of art! Students will enjoy creating their own cartoon story, interacting with digital art on the Learning Station, making several sculptures and illustrating books.

 

 

Day Camp Topics

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Discovering Snowflakes
Let it Snow! Children can create their own snowflake and a snow globe to take home. While conducting exciting experiments, children learn about atoms, molecules and snowflakes
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Our Wonderful Earth
Is there more water than land on Earth? This question and others about oceans, ocean life, rocks, crystals and fossils are answered through experiments such as “Sand to Water Experiment” and “Rocks and Stones to Feel”.

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Your Creative Imagination
Everyone has an imagination. Children will be exposed to many classical works of art and use their own creativity to create modern art. Children will use their senses to experience art all around them and use their creativity to solve problems.
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High up in the Sky
The universe is bigger than you and I. Children learn about the solar system, specifically stars and planets, through sing-a-longs and building a solar system mobile among other “astronomical” activities.