Summer Camp

Summer camp is FULL for 2017. Call us if you have questions!

2017 forms and information:

Summer Camp is an opportunity for children who have completed kindergarten through fourth grade, to relax in the sun, have a great time, and gain knowledge through hands-on experiences. Peer interaction allows children to be part of a team while they learn and grow together. Since the classroom is a multi-age group, each child learns to support and understand others, building skills such as empathy, cooperation, and assistance. Field trips are an integral part of the program and are planned around the interests of the children. This time is spent relaxing, having fun, and exploring the Lansing area.

Our 12-week program typically includes: 

  • Nature exploration
  • Science exploration
  • Arts and crafts
  • Swimming, biking, and running
  • Frequent field trips and picnic lunches
  • Library visits … and more!

EC3’s program offers:

  • Highly-trained child development and elementary education staff
  • An air-conditioned facility, large gym, and on-site playground
  • Quiet time to work on projects without interruptions (including reflecting upon thoughts through journal entries, reading books, and creating art projects
  • Opportunities for youth to achieve higher levels of independence

Summer 2017 Schedule

June 12 — August 31
Monday — Friday 7:00 a.m. — 6:00 p.m.
(Please note the center is closed July 3 & September 1)

Rates and Information

  • Children who have completed grades K-4 welcome
  • $200 per week (full time—five days)
  • $40.00 per day (part-time - 2 to 4 days per week)
  • Come all summer, or pick and choose the weeks you will attend
  • $40 registration fee per family
  • Breakfast and two snacks provided daily (you provide a sack lunch)

For more information on the Summer Camp program, contact EC3 at (517) 485-6825.

The outside playgrounds are exceptional. I love the space my child has to explore, interact with play equipment, and gain confidence in her large and small motor capabilities.

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