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Abrakadoodle

Abrakadoodle

Six one-week sessions 
Options available for preschoolers (Age 4) through rising 5th graders 


Great, Big Messy Art 

June 24–28
9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Preschoolers (Age 4) through rising Kindergarteners
$285 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Oh, go ahead and make a mess!  That’s what this camp is all about – messy art and creative imagination-expanding experiences!  Everything we do is messy:  sticky spaghetti designs, paint that fizzes and POPS, messy portraits that match our own messy faces, squeeze art and African mud painting! These happy, creative experiments spark our imaginations.  So come mess with Abrakadoodle, the best art class to bring out your child’s inner Picasso!

*Before camp begins, all campers MUST be fully toilet trained and have graduated from training underwear. Please see Landon Summer’s Toilet-Trained Policy and definition. Landon Summer reserves the right to dismiss campers who demonstrate that they are not toilet-trained to the standards of the policy. 


Let’s Go Camping Art! 

June 24–28 
9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Rising 1st through rising 5th graders
$505 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, lunch with a drink, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Let's have camping fun without leaving the art room! This art camp takes us to an imaginary world where we will hike, build a campfire, create a nature tapestry and learn about wild animals. We will learn all about camping by mapping our campground, designing our own camping trailer and "collecting" bugs in a jar. We'll use our imagination and explore painting, printing, collage, nature tapestry and other art media. We will have fun camping games, creating cool art projects and making new friends–without real mosquitoes! Campers will have time to collaborate on activities, present their work and make connections as they refine their skills, knowledge, and art appreciation. 


Pirate Island Art 

July 1-3 (No camp July 4 & 5) 
9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. 
Preschoolers (Age 4) through rising Kindergarteners
$200 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Ahoy all Mateys! Come aboard as we travel to Pirate Island where we’ll find treasure chests, sandy beaches, colorful parrots, and lots of fun! Our Mateys will create pirate ships, sandcastles, treasure maps, sea monsters, ship flags, doubloon necklaces and more! They will explore sand painting, sculpture, puppetry, paper construction and lots more. Arrrrgh! 

*Before camp begins, all campers MUST be fully toilet trained and have graduated from training underwear. Please see Landon Summer’s Toilet-Trained Policy and definition. Landon Summer reserves the right to dismiss campers who demonstrate that they are not toilet-trained to the standards of the policy. 


Sculpt It Art! 

July 1-3 (No camp July 4 & 5)  
9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. 
Rising 1st through rising 5th graders  
$350 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, lunch with a drink, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Learn to sculpt using wire, wood, clay, aluminum, plastic, string, and paper. You will mold, bend, twist, stretch, balance and even apply scientific concepts and mathematical methods while you design each three-dimensional creation. Learn about flexible sculptures, busts, kinetic floating elements, Mexican tin art, and amazing artists while creating 3D sculptures that are dynamic, creative, and fun! Campers will have time to collaborate on activities, present their work and make connections as they refine their skills, knowledge, and art appreciation. 


Paws, Claws, and Hooves Art 

July 8-12  
9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.   
Preschoolers (Age 4) through rising Kindergarteners   
$285 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Calling all animal lovers! Bring your imagination and we will provide a ROAAAAARing camp experience! Make your favorite animals come to life using paints, collage, sculpture and more, while learning about animal habits and habitats. There will be cool artwork, games, stories, activities, animal talk and music. If you LOVE animals and nature and want to make awesome art projects while making new friends too, then this is the camp for you. Whether it’s a growl or a meow, it will be FUN!

*Before camp begins, all campers MUST be fully toilet trained and have graduated from training underwear. Please see Landon Summer’s Toilet-Trained Policy and definition. Landon Summer reserves the right to dismiss campers who demonstrate that they are not toilet-trained to the standards of the policy. 


Mix, Mold and Matisse Art 

July 8-12   
9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.  
Rising 1st through rising 5th graders   
$505 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, lunch with a drink, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

The Letter M rules in this Abrakadoodle camp. We’ll Mix colors, explore pearl-like Mediums and design special effects to create fun and shimmering art. We’ll Mold Modeling compounds and Make butterflies and other insects. We’ll Make our own cutouts like Matisse. We’ll learn the Mechanics of the art of Marbleizing and More! This Marvelous camp includes Music, Mind boggling games and Maximum fun! Campers will have time to collaborate on activities, present their work and make connections as they refine their skills, knowledge, and art appreciation. 


Icky, Slimy, Gooey Art 

July 15-19  
9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.   
Preschoolers (Age 4) through rising Kindergarteners   
$285 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Have fun in Abrakadoodle class when you create Icky Bug Doodles, Slimy Fish Prints and Slinky Snakes. Learn about creating your own art materials when you mix up some Goodle. Create a movie monster named Doodlezilla and more! This series of icky, slimy, gooey art will show you how to make your own unique creations while learning about art terms, art history, unusual art jobs and multicultural art. Come join in the fun as you sculpt, print, mix and cut paper to make the most unusual art projects in town! 

*Before camp begins, all campers MUST be fully toilet trained and have graduated from training underwear. Please see Landon Summer’s Toilet-Trained Policy and definition. Landon Summer reserves the right to dismiss campers who demonstrate that they are not toilet-trained to the standards of the policy.


Under the Sea Art 

July 15-19   
9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.   
Rising 1st through rising 5th graders   
$505 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, lunch with a drink, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Make a big splash and join us for adventures in our Under the Sea Art Camp. You will learn all about jellyfish, octopuses, dolphins, whales and even mermaids! Create fun paintings, collages, sculptures and more. You will have oceans of fun drawing, painting, constructing, and exploring the luminescence of water and the seafaring creatures., playing games, reading stories, learning about ecology and underwater mysteries while you play games, read stories, and see the ocean from a new perspective. So, dive in! You won’t get wet, but you’ll make some new friends and have tons of FUN under the sea! Campers will have time to collaborate on activities, present their work and make connections as they refine their skills, knowledge, and art appreciation. 


Once Upon a Time Art  

July 22-26   
9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.   
Preschoolers (Age 4) through rising Kindergarteners   
$285 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Calling all knights, ladies, princes, and princesses!  Enter the enchanted kingdom of Abrakadoodle Land filled with castles, dragons, fairies and stories of magic and surprise!  We’ll create our own royalty gear, design our own castles and sprinkle fairy dust to create colorful and whimsical art. We’ll learn about medieval life through the Book of Hours by the Limbourg Brothers, practice being court jesters and even design a royal Faberge Egg!   You’ll get the regal treatment in a camp filled with stories, music, games, wonder and enchantment! 

*Before camp begins, all campers MUST be fully toilet trained and have graduated from training underwear. Please see Landon Summer’s Toilet-Trained Policy and definition. Landon Summer reserves the right to dismiss campers who demonstrate that they are not toilet-trained to the standards of the policy. 


Space Art Adventure Art 

July 22-26   
9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.   
Rising 1st through rising 5th graders   
$505 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, lunch with a drink, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Join us and blast off on an outer space adventure! Learn about the solar system, meteoroids, meteors and meteorites, constellations and much more. Find out why astronauts wear spacesuits and why telescopes are important tools. Create art that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and math concepts. Explore fun art techniques, play games, and make friends that are “out of this world”! All while we reach for the stars! Campers will have time to collaborate on activities, present their work and make connections as they refine their skills, knowledge, and art appreciation. 


Storybook Art 

July 29-August 2  
9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.   
Preschoolers (Age 4) through rising Kindergarteners   
$285 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

We all just love stories and especially the pictures that help stories come to life.  We have chosen great storybook artists and stories to share that will make us smile and inspire our own storybook art.  We’ll meet fascinating characters such as David McKee’s Elmer, the patchwork elephant, and Don Freeman’s Corduroy, the lovable bear.  We’ll create noodle assemblages, collages, faraway planets and more as we explore the wonderful world of picture books and illustrators. 

*Before camp begins, all campers MUST be fully toilet trained and have graduated from training underwear. Please see Landon Summer’s Toilet-Trained Policy and definition. Landon Summer reserves the right to dismiss campers who demonstrate that they are not toilet-trained to the standards of the policy. 


Paws, Claws, and Hooves Art 

July 29-August 2   
9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.  
Rising 1st through rising 5th graders   
$505 

What to bring: Old T-shirt/clothing or art smock, Water bottle, snack, lunch with a drink, sunscreen (labeled with name) 

Calling all animal lovers! Bring your imagination and we will provide a ROAAAAARing camp experience! Make your favorite animals come to life using paints, collage, sculpture and more, while learning about animal habits and habitats. There will be cool artwork, games, stories, activities, animal talk and music. If you LOVE animals and nature and want to make awesome art projects while making new friends too, then this is the camp for you. Whether it’s a growl or a meow, it will be FUN! Campers will have time to collaborate on activities, present their work and make connections as they refine their skills, knowledge, and art appreciation. 


Abrakadoodle brings art onsite to kids in schools and community sites through our mobile art program. We provide well-trained teachers who help inspire kids to immerse themselves in learning and creating art — sometimes getting messy, but always having a blast! Our expansive art lesson plans are unrivaled, exceeding national standards for visual arts education. Abrakadoodle believes in hands-on, active discovery and exploration which encourages a love of art, learning and innovation. Abrakadoodle embraces “process art,” which simply means that kids learn best as they explore art materials and the creative process of taking ideas from within and bringing them into existence. Visit abrakadoodle.com for more information.

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