School-Age Summer 2020

Weekly Themes
Carnival (week 1 / June 29): skill-testing games
Cardboard Creations (week 2 / July 6): marble mazes, tube tunnel races, solar ovens  
I Spy (week 3 / July 13): follow clues, secret decoders, escape room
Space Age (week 4 / July 20): “to infinity and beyond” with art and science
Wacky Olympics (week 5 / July 27): on your mark, get set, race
Heroes (week 6 / August 4): honor heroes, be a hero   
Wet, Wet, Wet (week 7 / August 10): water fun, will-it-float project
Amazing Race (week 8 / August 17): “know your neighborhood” challenge     
Animal Kingdom (week 9 / August 24): celebrate creatures tame and wild
Act Up (week 10 / August 31): improvisation games and a show  

Daily activities and lunch will be posted each week by your child’s sign-in book.

Indoor play areas may be Room 119, Room 120, Room 124 (lunch room) and the gym. Weekly indoor play has organized and free-play options which include: arts-crafts, books, building, cars, dance, foosball, kitchen, ping-pong, science experiments, table games and individual and group “tutoring” to reinforce your child’s current English language and math skills. 

Outdoor play areas are the front field with playgrounds, the upper and lower basketball courts and the back gravel field with sandbox. Weekly active play has organized and free-play options which include using our sport equipment: balls, hula hoops, no-pedal bicycles, plasma cars, rollerblades, scooters, shovels and buckets and skipping ropes,     

Field trips will be walks to neighborhood parks.

Some routines have been changed. For our COVID-19 protocol please click here.

Parents Need
* You will need to call our office if your child will not be at the centre by the 10 am sign-in or will be absent for the day or will be signed-out early for an appointment.
You will need to initial the Daily Health Check sheet at sign-in time in order for your child to attend as required by licensing. See Daily Health Check with our registration forms.
* You will need to stay out of our indoor play areas. You may enter the lunchroom up to the Stop Sign to call for your child or to ask a staff for help; or go to our office to ask for help. 

Children Need
Your child will need a water bottle, hat for sun and rain protection; comfortable shoes for the gym, playground and neighborhood walks; to wear sunscreen – we provide a suitable waterproof lotion and to wear a Spare Time T-shirt if we are off the DLG property.

Children Do Not Need
Your child should not bring candy, gum, toys, electronic devices or money.

For summer registration forms please click here.


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