With Spring Break over (or just beginning) for many of our school-aged families, parents of busy multiples *might* be wondering if it's too late to sign up for summer camp. While enrollment started last month for this summer, never fear, many camps still have room to spare for one (or two) more.
With that in mind, Mad About Multiples and Gemini Crickets is happy to announce that one of our members' favorites, Camp Galileo, is still accepting reservations for their many summer sessions. With a multitude of options for kids entering Kindergarten through eighth grade Camp Galileo has something for everyone.
About CAMP GALILEO
At Camp Galileo, pre-K – rising 5th graders engage in hands-on art, science and outdoor activities every day, plus have tons of fun with camp traditions like team color day, water ball and capture the rubber chicken. Visit our website to learn about our four brand-new themes for 2012.
Check out four brand-new themes at Camp Galileo in Summer 2012:
- Galileo Olympics: Greek Art & The Science of The Games
- Celebrate the Golden Gate: SF Art & Bridge Engineering
- Leonardo’s Apprentice: Renaissance Art & Inventions
- Galileo Rocks! The Art & Science of Music
GALILEO SUMMER QUEST
At Galileo Summer Quest, rising 5th-8th graders try their hand at the things they love, diving into one exciting major during each weeklong session, with options like Go-Kart Makers, Fashion Design, Video Game Design and Chefology. Visit our website to learn about all 15 majors offered in 2012.
OTHER GALILEO CAMPS
Chabot Space & Science Camp (rising 3rd-7th graders): Fun engineering, technology, earth and space science classes at the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland.
To enroll or learn more, visit www.galileo-learning.com or call 1-800-854-3684.
Not only is Camp Galileo an awesome place for kids to spend some time this summer, but Camp Galileo is awesome for supporting Gemini Crickets as well. They will be donating vouchers for two week-long camp sessions to our annual auction fundraiser this year. Thank you Camp Galileo!
This is a sponsored post to Mad About Multiples. Camp Galileo provided pictures and information about their camps for this post. We ask all readers to preform their own due-diligence to make sure any summer camp is a fit for their family.