Minor Achievements 2020 Summer CampsCampFlyer

Minor Achievements offers a unique program with nine weeks of “inclusive summer camps” led by professionals in their fields. These are not your traditional summer camp.  Each camp focuses on a target domain area, and the objectives are presented with a whole-child approach and within fun learning activities.

Classes are 5 days a week. The morning session runs from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM and the afternoon is 1:00 – 3:30 PM. Each class has 8 students with minimum of 2 adults. See what we may have for you!  (Dates and times are still being planned and are subject to change.)

Pre-Register today! http://minorachievements.com/2019-summer-camp-registration/

Call (727) 234-0924 or e-mail lori@minorachievements.com for more information.

Download Flyer: 2020 Summer Camp Flyer

Due to the high demand and limited number of spaces, we are limiting number of sessions to 10 sessions per students through May 15th. Families may choose to be placed on the waitlist for more sessions until that date.

1 hour Lunch Bunch is available for all students at $8 per day and free for students attending both sessions in a week.

 

June  1st – 5th:  Morning Session 9:00 – 11:30 AM

Creative CampersCreative Campers

Ages 5-10

Learn social skills to work and play well with others during this fun week. Play fun camp games, do arts and crafts, and cook delicious snacks. Led by a speech and language pathologist and teacher. Learn More.

June  1st – 5th: Afternoon Session  1:00 – 3:30 PM

The Artist in MeThe Artist in Me!

Ages 5-10

Explore the arts with multi-sensory experiences in visual arts. Led by a speech and language pathologist and a special education teacher, this class stimulates imagination, attention and memory, problem solving skills, and personal expression. Learn More.

June 8th – 12th:  Morning Session 9:00 – 11:30 AM

In the Zone

My Feelings Zones (& what I can do)

Ages 5-10

The Zones of Regulation is a framework used to teach self-regulation and impulse control. This morning session is a level one session and  focuses on recognizing the feelings’ zones and strategies to help with in each zone. Learn More

 

June 8th – 12th: Afternoon Session  1:00 – 3:30 PM

In the ZoneFriends’ Zones (& how I can help)

Ages 5-10

The Zones of Regulation is a framework used to teach self-regulation and impulse control. This afternoon session is a level two session and  focuses on recognizing the feelings’ zones of others and strategies of how to interact with each zone. Learn More.

 

June 15th – 19th:  Morning Session 9:00 – 11:30 AM

The New Kid is a Space Alien!

Ages 5-10

Oh No! A Space Alien has landed and he knows nothing! Help us teach this new guy how to act and interact with others. Learn More.

June 15th – 19th:  Afternoon Session  1:00 – 3:30 PM

The Space Alien is my New Friend!

Ages 5-10

Oh No! A Space Alien has landed and he knows nothing! Help us teach this new guy how to act and interact with others. Learn More.

 

Talking Tools Summer CampJune 22nd -26th:  Morning Session 9:00 – 11:30 AM

Talking Tools

Ages 5-10

Use the tools to build language with stories, games, art projects, and fun! Led by a speech and language pathologist and a teacher, this class offers core-word based instruction for language and/or AAC for children with moderate to severe language delays. Learn More.

 

June 22nd – 26th:  Afternoon Session  1:00 – 3:30 PM

Imagine It Make ItImagine It, Make It!

Ages 5-10

“Imagine It, Make It” focuses on the creativity and processes of design. Campers will plan and design their works using various materials while working on cognitive, language, and social skills.  Learn More

 

June 29th – July 3rd:  Morning Session 9:00 – 11:30 AM

Summer OlympicsSummer Olympics

Ages 5-10

Summer Olympics Camp is a great week full of movement games and targeted activities to integrate motor planning and large muscle movements. Led by an occupational therapist, this class will promote skills to improve coordination, balance, core strength, and motor planning. Learn more.

 

June 29th – July 3rd:  Afternoon Session  1:00 – 3:30 PM

Fine Motor Fun

Ages 5-10

Fine Motor Summer Camp is a great week full of movement games and targeted activities to integrate motor planning and small muscle movements. Led by an occupational therapist, this class will promote skills to improve writing, fine motor tasks, attention and focus, and coordination. Learn more.

 

July 6th – 10th :  Morning Session 9:00 – 11:30 AM

Cooking With SLPCooking with SLPs

Ages 5-10

Campers in “Cooking with SLPs” will follow recipes and develop their own recipes to create simple culinary delights. Led by two speech and language pathologists, the focus of this fun cooking camp develops language and executive functioning skills including goal setting and strategies for success. Learn More.

 

July 6th – 10th :  Afternoon Session  1:00 – 3:30 PM

SLP LaboratoryThe SLP Lab

Ages 5-10

Dare to enter the Science lab with two speech and language pathologists. This camp promotes language, social, and executive functioning skills while creating ooey gooey science experiments. Learn More.

 

July 13th – 17th:  Morning Session 9:00 – 11:30 AM

Blast Off to new FriendshipsBlast Off To New Friendships

Ages 5-10

Create and explore during this fun week full of movement games and goal-oriented activities while improving peer relationships and social skills. Led by an occupational therapist and a social worker, this class will promote skills in critical thinking, attention and focus, motor planning, and organization. Learn More.

July 13th – 17th:  Afternoon Session  1:00 – 3:30 PM

Blast Off to new FriendshipsRocketing into Relationships

Ages 5-10

Create and explore during this fun week full of movement games and goal-oriented activities while improving peer relationships and social skills. Led by an occupational therapist and a social worker, this class will promote skills in critical thinking, attention and focus, motor planning, and organization. Learn More.

 

July 20th – 24th:  Morning Session 9:00 – 11:30 AM

StorytellingStorytelling

Ages 5-10

Stories begin with a simple thought or experience. Before being expected to write stories, kids need opportunities to form their thoughts, organize grammar, include vocabulary for imagery, and consider the listener.  In this camp, students use a variety of modalities to express their stories such as dictating, narrating, acting, writing, and art. Learn More.

 

July 27th – 31st:  Afternoon Session  1:00 – 3:30 PM

Page to StageActors Workshop

Ages 5-10

When you have a great story to tell, great actors use many forms of communication to share the story with others. Using the elements of theater, students will learn verbal and non-verbal communication forms as well as the use of costumes, props, and sets to help tell the story. Learn More.

July 27th – 31st:  Morning Session 9:00 – 11:30 AM

Reading RangersReading Rangers

Ages 5-10

Enjoy fun and engaging learning games that promote reading skills. Led by a teacher and a speech and language pathologist, this class promotes skills including alphabet knowledge, phonological awareness, vocabulary, and literacy comprehension. Learn More.

July 20th – 24th:  Afternoon Session  1:00 – 3:30 PM

math campMathCamp

Ages 5-10

This class embeds math concepts and practice in fun games and activities. Led by a teacher and a speech and language pathologist, this class promotes math skills such as number sense, operations, and spatial relationships. Learn More

 

Meet our Team: Our Summer Staff

 

See pictures from previous years: 2018 & 2019 Summer camp at Minor Achievements was a huge success! We had so much fun and learned so much along the way.  Come back to see what’s happening for Summer 2020.

 

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