Kids Klub offers learning opportunities all year round! During school vacations or summer months, our programs offer a wide variety of STEAM curriculum, hands-on learning experiences, field trips, site visitors, and service learning.
Full day program options will be offered, see your Kids Klub Administrator to sign up or opt out. Locations, dates, and times will vary.
Summer learning is a great way for children to not only make lifelong friends but to also mitigate summer learning loss while they are out of school! Our summer programs include a nutritious breakfast, lunch, and snack each day. Children stay active and fit by participating in many activities both indoors and outdoors.
Summer Learning program locations, dates, and times vary based on the school district that your child attends during the school year.
To enroll in one of our summer programs, click on the school district your child attends:
If your child does not attend any of those districts, we recommend that you contact our Home Office for assistance in choosing a summer program.
STEAM Curriculum & Hands-On Learning Experiences
Monthly and weekly curriculum themes for the summer allow the children to explore their creativity and leadership skills. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Mathematics (STEAM) are focused upon every day. Engineering recycled race cars, hydroponic gardening, journal writing, and creating murals are just some of the many exciting hands-on learning experiences our students enjoy.
Field Trips & Site Visitors
Field trips provide unparalleled opportunities for learning. They provide children with opportunities for hands-on experiences and background knowledge that they may not receive in a classroom. Field trips are both fun and educational! Kids Klub field trips are aligned to weekly and monthly curriculum themes. Field trips may take place on-site or off-site. EcoTarium, The Hall at Patriots Place, Mystic Aquarium, Old Sturbridge Village, Biomes Marine Biology Center, and Save the Bay are examples of field trips experiences at a Kids Klub Summer Learning program.
Kids Klub encourages the development of life skills, respect for others, and positive social interactions through a variety of service learning projects and programs. Students are able to identify issues in their community and are given the resources to respond and become part of the solution. Caring adult role models provide positive interactions and support students in an interactive learning environment at Kids Klub. Some examples of Kids Klub service learning projects have been an educational Recycled Extravaganza hosted at the public library, a Walk-a-Thon to raise money for the local animal shelter, lemonade stands, bake sales, and doing good deeds for the community.