FPC Preschool Summer Camp
Hop into summer with FPC Preschool!
Get ready for a music-and-nature adventure In My Garden with FPC Preschool Summer Camp! Each day, campers will engage in garden themed games, activities and crafts. Campers will also enjoy daily chapel with songs, skits and
Where: FPC Preschool
When: June 3rd-6th (Monday-Thursday)
9 AM– 1 PM
Snack will be provided daily and campers will bring a packed lunch.
Who: Ages 3– 5
$120 per child (includes $50 registration fee)
(Registration fee of $50 due at time of registration. Total amount due by May 24th. Payment can be made on this website, check mailed to FPC Preschool or cash in person during preschool hours.)
Spaces are limited and registration begins on Tuesday, April 9th. Please contact Falon Speaks (firstname.lastname@example.org/704.873.9054) for more information. This camp is open to the public so please tell your family and friends!
To register, please click the button below. This will direct you to our CommunityRoot registration page. You will need to create a username if you do not already have one. Then please follow the step-by-step directions to complete the online registration form. Once completed, you should receive a confirmation email. Also, please note that you WILL NOT make a payment on the CommunityRoot website. Please visit www.fpcstatesville.org to make an online payment.
More about your child's Kindermusik experience at summer camp...
FPC Summer Camp will feature a daily Kindermusik class taught by Maestro Educator Gina Terry. Each day in a 30 minute class we combine your child’s natural love of music, storytelling, and imaginative play with age-appropriate activities that introduce early music concepts and foster independence, social and emotional skills, language growth, and self-control.
Our week will feature a fun unit entitled, “In My Garden.” Get ready for a music-and-nature adventure In My Garden! Some of the best learning can happen in our own back yard! In this unit, we’ll buzz like bees, fly like butterflies, and sing like birds as we discover the hidden delights of the garden. We’ll listen, move, and play instruments; we’ll learn to cooperate with partners as we roll balls to music; and we’ll learn to work within a group as we dance in a circle and move with a parachute. And while we’re exploring the great outdoors, we’ll also be exploring musical expression—using tempo, articulation, and dynamics.