Duke School Summer Camp 2019

Week 4, July 8-12

Camp Discovery: Pete the Cat Week
Age 4-5
Let’s have a groovy time each day with Pete the Cat. Our days will be full of stories, songs, games, activities and crafts from Pete’s famous picture books. Our inspiration will be taken from Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes, Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons, Pete the Cat and the New Guy, Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes as well as other Pete the Cat books. We will end the week with a fun water day on the playground. It’s all good!
Directors: Kerry Holbrook & Edie Poole

TGA Tennis
Age 5-14
Duke School Tennis Camp with TGA Durham’s Stefan and Team, now in its 3rd year!
TGA brings the tennis court to you offering a fun introduction to the game of tennis. Students focus on improving fine motor skills and coordination through games and drills while learning the basic rules & etiquette of tennis.  Coaches use teachable moments during lessons and games to promote life skills like honesty and sportsmanship.  
Junior Tennis equipment and activities are designed to help each student reach a new level of success in an entertaining and supportive environment that is compatible with USTA’s Quick start Tennis and Net Generation. We hope to see you there! 
Offered in Collaboration with TGA Premier Tennis Durham

Cooking and Crafting
Ages 6-9
Join Emily Grace in making all kinds of foods! Campers will learn to make healthy snacks, dinner ideas, and easy eats. In the afternoon, crafts include painting, ink drop painting, egg carton creations, and wood crafts. Join Cooking and Crafts to learn how to make good food and cute crafts!
Director: Emily Grace Allman

Ages 6-9
Problem-solvers and puzzlers unite! We will work on jigsaw puzzles, complete scavenger hunts, and find the correct pathway in “human maze”. We will also get crafty, making our own puzzles and creating our own board games! This camp combines problem-solving and creativity. We will make paper airplanes and test them, seeing what makes the airplanes fly farthest, highest, or fastest.  After crafting we will break up our day by getting up to dance and move to Go Noodle games. 
Director: Anna Allman
Coding Adventures
Ages 6-10
Campers build amazing games, art, and animation using the power of Code! Perfect for both beginner and intermediate coders, Coding Adventures has something for every aspiring coder as campers create fun experiences using both drag and drop code and real Javascript and Python code for our more advanced grade levels.
Offered in Cooperation with CodeREV
Write Away
Age 7-10
Spend the week strengthening the craft and mechanics of writing. Each day, children will study and write in a different genre including narratives, non-fiction, persuasive, and fairy tales. At the end of the week, we will celebrate and share our writing at an author's tea.
Director: Carolynn Klein

NC Adventures
Ages 9-15
A different North Carolina adventure every day! Our travels might take us to cool North Carolina sites such as West Point on the Eno, swimming at Jordan Lake, a Durham Bulls game, rock climbing, fun playing games, and sports at Duke School, or somewhere else! Each day is a new excursion and a new adventure. Join us!
Director: Aden Darity

Chefs in Training
Ages 11-15
Want to learn how to cook a cheap and delicious meal in less than 30 minutes?
Want to experiment with new fruits, vegetables, meats, and ways of cooking such as vegetarian and vegan? Come join us for Chefs in Training during summer camp!
Director: Catherine Rancourt
 3716 Erwin Road, Durham, NC 27705  
Ph:(919) 493-1827 • Fax: (919) 419-1185
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