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Check out the Upper Camp’s calendars for 2017!

Kindergarten
At this level we separate the campers into boys’ and girls’ groups. This allows us to meet the diverse needs and interests of our campers. All campers are given an opportunity to experience a full scope of activities, with instruction, and program variety customized for each specific
group.

All our activity directors work together to create an engaging, challenging, and diversified experience for your child. Our specialized sports program is structured to include activities that challenge and interest our campers, while continuing to teach new skills and reinforce basic skills.

Our specialized swim instruction is led by Nassau County certified and WSI certified lifeguards. We provide Red Cross Swim Instruction, from Level 1 through Level 6. Our swim instruction is based upon ability, and campers earn an achievement card at the end of the summer. Our swim program focuses on ensuring that children feel comfortable in the water as well as teaching fundamental skills. Campers enjoy swim twice a day and we provide the towels.

Campers also enjoy a multitude of shows and performances by singers, magicians, characters, and entertainers corresponding with our weekly camp-wide themes. Kindergarten campers also participate in a very special event called “Late Night”. This is a fun early evening event with swimming, carnival rides, and outside entertainment. The campers enjoy dinner, dessert, and a very special gift at the end of the evening. Everyone loves “Late Night” at Twin Oaks!

We provide a diverse camp experience enriched with arts and crafts, culinary arts, science, music and group fun. Each day includes lunch and snacks. The day ends with either ices or ice cream for an end of day cool off! We offer a full day (9 am – 4 pm) or a ¾ day (hours vary; call for exact times) three, four, or five days a week.

First Grade
As our campers grow, so do their abilities and needs. At this age we introduce our campers to more diverse and challenging camp experiences, enriched with arts and crafts, culinary arts, science, and music. Campers are provided the full range of athletic activities we offer. This includes various sports, games, and clinics aimed at teaching and perfecting different skills. Campers love the interaction between the groups at this level and thrive on building relationships with their peers.
Our specialized swim instruction is led by Nassau County certified and WSI certified lifeguards. We provide Red Cross Swim Instruction, from Level 1 through Level 6. Our swim instruction is based upon ability, and campers earn an achievement card at the end of the summer. Our swim program focuses on ensuring that children feel comfortable in the water as well as teaching fundamental skills. Campers enjoy swim twice a day and we provide the towels.

All our activity directors work together to create an engaging, challenging, and diversified experience for your child. Our program continuously adjusts to the changing needs of campers at this age. The program is structured to include challenging and interesting experiences while introducing new skills. We strive to continually provide growth opportunities for your child.

Campers experience a multitude of shows and performances by singers, magicians, characters, and entertainers that correspond with our weekly camp-wide themes. One highlight of the summer is our “Late Night”. This is a fun early evening event with swimming, carnival rides, and outside entertainment. The campers enjoy dinner, dessert, and a very special gift at the end of the evening. Campers love being the only kids at camp on “Late Night”!
The program includes lunch and snacks daily. This runs for a full day (9 am – 4 pm) three, four, or five days a week.

Second Grade & Third Grade
The camping experience broadens for the children at this age. They really get to enjoy it all…. and then some! Off-campus trips are introduced at this level where campers travel by air-conditioned buses to various activities. Second grade campers travel twice weekly and third grade groups travel three times a week. Both grade levels travel to bowling and to either karate or dance. The older groups enjoy travelling to Fun Station as well. These recurring weekly trips are built into their schedule. The outings are well-supervised and allow the children to enjoy a “more mature” experience and a new way to learn.

Our specialized “Club” program begins with this level. This is a way for campers to intermingle with campers from other groups while doing activities that they love! They get to choose from a wide variety of specialized activities throughout the summer.

Second and third graders are invited to join the cast of our summer musical! Open auditions are held and campers are cast in a fabulous production, led by our theater director. Every camper that auditions receives a role. The popular Theater Club culminates with a “Broadway-esque” performance at the end of the summer.

Campers at this level are also given an opportunity to join our intra-mural soccer league, called the Watermelon League. This program is held on Mondays after camp. It is led by our Athletic Director and provides an environment of friendly competition between campers.

Our specialized swim instruction is led by Nassau County certified and WSI certified lifeguards. We provide Red Cross Swim Instruction, from Level 1 through Level 6. Our swim instruction is based upon ability, and campers earn an achievement card at the end of the summer. Campers enjoy swim twice a day and we provide the towels.

Campers enjoy our weekly themes and attend all our added shows and performances by singers, magicians, and entertainers. As with all the grades, “Late Night” is a favorite for the second and third graders as well!. This is a fun early evening event with swimming, carnival rides, and outside entertainment. The campers enjoy dinner, dessert, and a very special gift at the end of the evening.

We offer a full day (9 am – 4 pm) or a ¾ day (hours vary; call for exact times) three, four, or five days a week.