Policy change for 2024: Waterford Camps are reserved for members of the school community, namely current students, those entering next fall, children and grandchildren of summer faculty, children of alumni, children of waterford.org employees.

Spring Break Day Camp (PK/K), Fables and Fairy Tales

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Fables and Fairy Tales – for PK-K

During the second week of Waterford School’s spring break, March 11-15, PK3, PK4, and Kindergarten students will have the chance to spend full days at school, with story time, art projects, STEM activities, songs, dramatic play, and plenty of time with friends. We also plan to take a field trip to a local park one day, if the weather permits.

The activities of each day are tied to a different fable or story. The children will return home full of facts, ideas, songs, craft projects, and tales to share.

It is essential that students in Day Camp be potty trained, and able to manage all bathroom needs on their own.

Before Care from 7:15 to 8:45am may be added at registration or at any time in the future, until Feb 28.

Explore the Outdoor Classroom

Typical Daily Schedule

9:00amArrival, gather, play in outdoor classroom
10:00amGathering time, introduce fable or fairy tale of the day
11:00amArt project
12:00pmLunch, play
12:40pmNap/Quiet time/story
1:20pmLearning time A
2:10pmLearning time B

Camp Details

Bring a sack lunch; snack provided by us

West doors to the Lower School.

For day camp, campers should come with a backpack containing a refillable water bottle, a nutritious lunch, a clean facial covering or mask (cloth or disposable), a jacket and any extra clothes needed for the weather. Make sure you label everything!


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2024 Program Dates

Spring Break (March 11-15)

Explore the outdoor classroom

Waterford is excited to share the Outdoor Classroom, a Certified Nature Explore Classroom, which fosters highly effective, nature-based outdoor learning, and has been nationally recognized by Dimensions Educational Research Foundation.