2022 Jubilee School Summer Program
Join the Jubilee School community for our Summer 2022 program, as we explore the magic of the elements: Earth, fire, wind, and water.
Each week, children will enjoy activities including:
- Music – Singing, dancing, and playing music
- Art – Creativity and creation in community
- Water play – Cooling off and enjoying the summer weather
- Kindergarten readiness – For pre-K children looking forward to the next step
- Field trips – Visiting exciting places across Philadelphia
Open to children ages 3-5
All sessions run 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Session 1: June 27 – July 8
Session 2: July 11 – July 22
Session 3: July 2 – August 5
Read full session descriptions below
Cost is $525 per session
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Week 1: Water – June 27 – July
Children will observe, discuss, and explore water in the classroom and outdoors! Through fun filled, hands on activities, including art and science experiments children will explore:
– The properties of water
– How water is used in our daily lives
– How water changes with time and temperature
Field Trip: UPenn Bio Pond
Week 2: Fire – July 5 – July 8
Children will use games, activities, and art, to learn about fire safety and fire as a source of heat, light, and energy!
Field Trip: Tour of Philadelphia Fire Department – Engine 5 and Ladder 6
Week 3: Earth – July 11 – July 15
Children will discover how the earth supports life, and will gather information about the properties of sand, rocks and soil through gardening and investigating the wonders the outdoors!
Field Trip: Bartram’s Garden
Week 4: Wind – July 18 – July 22
Through play and simple investigations children will understand wind as moving air, what makes the wind blow, and its effect on certain objects!
Field Trip: Kite Day in Clark Park
Weeks 5 & 6: Exploring the Elements – July 25 – August 5th
Students will explore the natural environment to discover how the elements work together and interact with one another! During our last session, students will present what they have learned through art and song in our end of summer exhibition.
Field Trip: The Franklin Institute