4’s on the Farm

4’s on the Farm

4s on the Farm will have playful, tailored activities to enjoy each day under the supervision of experienced early childhood teachers! Whether it’s outdoor activities, exploration invitations, or playing, your child will be excited and engaged. There will be a careful balance between indoor and outdoor experiences to ensure this summer is both enjoyable and safe for everyone.  
Each week of 4s on the Farm will consist of the following activities:

  • Pasture time with the Keystone animals – here 4s will work with the older Summer on the Farm campers to feed and water the llamas, donkeys, sheep, chickens, and goat. While on the farm, the children are responsible for all care given to the animals each day, including mucking the pasture, brushing the animals, collecting eggs, and feeding/watering.
  • Daily outdoor & water play in kiddie pools and sandboxes with running water (plus a mud kitchen!) to provide plenty of space for creative play, social interaction, and cooperative exploration. 
  • A lunch time spent spent picnicking on our beautiful school campus along with the older Summer on the Farm campers. 
  • Daily storytime with books related to a weekly theme, to serve as an imagination spark for weekly art processes and designed play provocations. 
  • Indoor sensory, art, and fine motor play with clay, blocks, magnets, ramps, and more! Indoor time will also include an hour of rest during the hottest part of the mid-afternoon for cooling off and resetting.

4s on the Farm  Weekly Themes:
Sticks, Stones, & Sand:  May 30-June 2
Dinos, Dirt, & Digging: June 5-9
Wonder, Water, & Wild Things: June 12-16
Summer Bees & Bugs: June 19-23
Fruits, Flowers, & Fairies: June 26-30

Cost of 4’s on the Farm:

This years cost for 4’s on the Farm will be $360/week, with no daily rates. There is a minimum enrollment for each session of 6 students.

How old does a child have to be to attend Junior Farmer?

Junior Farmer is for children who are 4 years old before April 1, 2020 through five year olds who miss the cutoff for our Summer on the Farm program.

What are the drop-off and pick-up times?

Drop-off begins at 8, and pick-up is at 4. We do not have any after-care options.

Items to Bring Daily:

  • Lunch
  • Snacks
  • Plenty of water
  • Change of clothes, including socks and underwear
  • Swimsuit
  • Towel
  • Life jacket should be sent on day 1 to stay at school for their time at camp
  • Sunscreen (NOTE: Please apply sunscreen prior to arriving to camp and send extra to reapply.)

Summer Camp Cancellation Policy and Payment Details

  • If you purchased the “Camp Protection Plan” offered through SchoolDoc, our registration software, you will follow their process for cancellations/refunds. (See more at www.campdoc.com/protection-plan.)

If no protection plan was purchased:

  • Keystone does not offer refunds for cancellations made less than 7 days prior to camp start date.
  • Cancellations made less than 30 days prior to the start date will be subject to a cancellation fee that is 50% of the total enrolled cost.
  • Keystone reserves the right to cancel camps if the minimum number of campers required for enrollment is not met.
  • No make-up days are offered under any circumstances.
  • The $50 enrollment fee is nonrefundable.

Payment details:

  • At the time of registration, only the enrollment fee is required to hold the child’s spot.
  • Payment for each week is due IN FULL before the Monday of that week. If payment is not received, camper will not be allowed to attend.
  • Payments should be made via the child’s SchoolDoc account or via check to Keystone Adventure School and Farm.

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