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Best Summer Ever!

Summer Camp

June 16 to July 23th 2021

It’s Never Too Early to Start Learning

Your kids will have an unforgettable summer: A fun & learning experience at Fairmont Summer Camp! Let your kids learn, explore, & develop their abilities while they play!  Our program is specially designed for children between the ages of Toddler, Preschool & Kindergarten.

 

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Science

At Fairmont, we want to start cultivating a love for science by encouraging children to be curious & ask questions, often involving experimentation & sensory activities so they use their senses to try and understand the world around them.

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Technology

Technology actually refers to using simple tools, not just electronics. A tool is something that a person engineered or designed to make a job easier, that can be crayons and rulers, as well as microscopes and computers. 

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Engineering

Kids want to explore how and why things work the way they do!

Engineering is a way for children to design create & build things that work, it's an introduction to problem-solving and creative thinking. 

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Art

Art encourages creativity & allows children to illustrate the concepts they are learning & allows them to express what they know & feel before they can read or write.

Early art experiences develop the foundation for innovation and problem solving.

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Math

Children learn about numbers, operations, measurement, patterns, geometry and spatial relationships through informal play. They use math concepts when building with blocks, working in the garden, playing store, and collecting rocks.

Classes

Toddlers learning about music and rythm.
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Activities

STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math. You may think some of these subjects seem lofty for young children to grasp. In some ways, that’s true. Young children may not be ready to understand multiplication or how computers work. But, they can build a strong foundation for future learning by exploring STEAM preschool skills and concepts through play and discussion, then applying those skills through more play.