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2023 Summer Camp

Our summer camp program provides children with an array of activities in a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment. Campers benefit from our age-specific curriculum and low child-to-coach ratio. Each day involves different activities that, together, reward curiosity, encourage problem-solving, foster creativity, build physical strength and coordination, and enhance self-confidence.

June 20 - August 11, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Aftercare available to 5 p.m. for Keshet and Shemesh Campers

 "Keshet" Summer Camp for 1st grade - 5th grade

Every summer, Camp Keshet is filled with fun and exciting activities designed to completely engage your grade schooler. Each day is thoughtfully planned to offer inspiring, challenging, and fun experiences.

With a new theme each week, campers develop new skills and remain highly motivated throughout the summer. This year, weekly themes will include Lego at Camp Week, Animal Planet Week, Mad Science Week, Protect Our Earth Week, Summer Olympics Week, Lights, Camera, Action Week, Around the World Week, and Friends Forever Week. Each week will include off-campus and on-campus field trips, cooking, sports, water play, gardening, art, STEAM, reading & math centers, music, dress-up, and more!

Summer camp offers parents flexibility and ease. Campers can be enrolled for the full 8-week session or for bi-weekly sessions that do not have to include consecutive weeks.

Enroll! Please click on this link to enroll.

 "Shemesh" Summer Camp for 12 months - 5 years

Our summer program meets our preschool through kindergarten age children where they are developmentally. Through play and exploration, campers gain enhanced social and motor skills, are rewarded for their curiosity, and become more self-confident.

Different themes promise to engage children in memorable, happy experiences. This summer's weekly themes will include Lego at Camp Week, Animal Planet Week, Mad Science Week, Protect Our Earth Week, Summer Olympics Week, Lights, Camera, Action Week, Around the World Week, and Friends Forever Week. Each week will include an in-house field trip, cooking, sports, water play, gardening, creative movement, arts & crafts, STEAM, shows, sensory play, and more!

Camp Shemesh's flexible schedule provides each child with exactly the right amount of camp time. Children can enroll in bi-weekly sessions or the full session of 8 weeks. Children 12 months to 2 yrs may attend half days, & children 12 months to 5 yrs may attend whole days. 

Enroll! Please click on this link to enroll.

"ECI" Summer Camp 

Camp ECI uses all of the best practices, tools, and assets that make the Tikvah Center's school year Early Childhood Intervention Program such a success. Your child will benefit from a small class size, ABA principles, inclusion opportunities, and fun, engaging and social activities!

Every week, campers will be inspired by a new theme. This summer, the weekly themes will include Lego at Camp Week, Animal Planet Week, Mad Science Week, Protect Our Earth Week, Summer Olympics Week, Lights, Camera, Action Week, Around the World Week, and Friends Forever Week. Each week will include an in-house field trip, cooking, sports, water play, gardening, creative movement, arts & crafts, STEAM, shows, sensory play, and more!

Campers can be enrolled for the amount of time that suits them. Camp ECI offers weekly enrollment.

Enroll! Please click on this link to enroll.

 

Meet Our Enrichment Director; Learn about Lunch, Discounts, Aftercare

Madeline Wilburn, The Center enrichment director, oversees all aspects of our summer camps. Maddie has a B.S. in Strategic Communication (Public Relations) from Flagler College, a B.S. in Special Education, Foundations, and Policy from Florida International University, and 4 years teaching experience as a USPTA Certified Tennis Professional. She also has taught as a First Grade Teacher at The Tikvah Center. To contact Maddie, call her at 305-854-3911 ext. 206 or click here to email.

We want to make summer camp as easy for parents as it is enjoyable for children:

Lunch: All campers now get a nutritious, Kosher lunch that is made with their food allergies in mind.

Savings: Registration fees are waived for children who are registered by March 31. Beth David Members pay reduced tuition. 

Aftercare: Available from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. for campers of Camps Keshet and Shemesh.

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