Earhart’s Aviators

Courses offered for Earhart’s Aviators (4 - 6    Years Old)

Instructor: Ms Sophia Bustamante

Does your child spend enough time outdoors? Join Outdoor Aventure for a chance to disconnect from technology, and reconnect with nature! Throughout the week, children will spend their time outdoors, surrounded by the beautiful rainforest our campus is nestled in! We will make mud pies in a mud kitchen, dig for dinosaur fossils in a sandpit, craft using natural materials and more! Join us for a week of fun outdoor adventures.

Students are advised to bring a hat, suncream and a change of clothes as we might get messy! Playing outside is a great place to get messy!

Date: 05 July 21 – 09 July 21 (Week 2)

Time: 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Instructor: Ms Sophia Bustamante

This fun week will be filled with stories and poems from different cultures! Each day will focus on a specific poem or story from a different culture. We will embark on a literary study of the elements of the stories, do some crafts and then make our own stories based on what we studied! The types of stories we will explore include: books, poems, Kamishibai and puppetry!

Date: 05 July 21 – 09 July 21 (Week 2)

Time: 9am - 12pm

Cost: $490

Instructor: Ms Sophia Bustamante

Do you think you have what it takes to escape the house of Goldilocks and the Three Bears? Do you think you can escape an Alien space ship? Join our Escape Room to find out! Each day children will complete escape room style activities by solving puzzles and cracking codes to escape! Afterwards, they will complete literacy activities related to their escape room. Students will develop teamwork, logic, numeracy skills, literacy and thinking skills over the course of the week!

Date: 05 July 21 – 09 July 21 (Week 2)

Time: 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Instructor: Kids Discovery Works

Did you know that the Three Little Pigs were civil engineers? And the poor, much-maligned Big, Bad Wolf was only a structural engineer trying to do his job!? This camp harnesses the power of beloved children’s stories such as Hansel & Gretel and The Gingerbread Man to introduce young learners to science and engineering concepts such as states of matter, static & current electricity, potential & kinetic energy and more in a fun and humorous way. Kids will have loads of fun learning through exciting hands-on experiments, games and STEM challenges like designing balloon-powered racers and crossbows for Little Red Riding Hood, engineering flashlights for Hansel & Gretel, and more!

Date: 28 June 21 – 2 July 21 (Week 1)

Time: 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Adventure Land: How to Train a Viking

Instructor: Kids Discovery Works

Adventure awaits fans of How to Train Your Dragon! In this fun & engaging introduction to science and engineering, aspiring dragon trainers will help Hiccup and Toothless evade ruthless dragon hunters. Kids will have fun learning about buoyancy and designing a speedy Viking longship (considered an engineering marvel of the ancient world), deciphering Viking runes, engineering with wind power, exploring Viking catapults, and much, much more!

Date: 05 July 21 – 09 July 21 (Week 2)

Time: 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Climate Warriors: Dino Discovery

Instructor: Kids Discovery Works

Explore the wonders of prehistoric life with hands-on activities that guarantee learning, discovery, and fun! Our junior paleontologists will have a dino-mite time discovering the most extraordinary dinosaurs to have walked the Earth, participating in their very own dino dig, exploring geology as they discover how fossils, earthquakes and volcanoes form, and making their own “fossils”, dino-ramas and volcanoes!

Date: 12 July 21 – 16 July 21 (Week 3)

Time: 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $490

Mission Impossible: Space Camp

Instructor: Kids Discovery Works

Have an aspiring astronaut at home? Launch them on a space exploration adventure! Through engaging hands-on experiments and learning activities, young explorers will learn about our planet, space and our solar system. Kids will have a blast exploring the different planets in our solar system and designing their own planet, experimenting with the forces of gravity and aerodynamics with straw planes, paper helicopters & stomp rockets, and discovering the challenges of space travel and engineering their own Mars rover and more!

Date: 19 July 21, 21 July 21 – 23 July 21 (Week 4)

Time: 9am - 12pm; 1pm - 4pm

Cost: $392