SUMMER CLASSES 2022
The Shyne School offers a lot of flexibility for parents. We have two sessions, Fall runs from September to Mid-June and Summer from Mid-June to the end of August. Not only can parents choose their days, number of days and length of days they enroll for, they can also choose to attend year round, just for Fall session and take the summer off or attend just for summer!
We often have past students that attended Kindergarten during the school year return for the summer to enjoy our fun in house activities. We offer a lower ratio of 10:1 and the oldest group age range from 5 to 7 years old.
Our Summer Curriculum focuses on three primary topics of study; Science, Structures and Things that go! We have different visitors each summer and fun activity days like Wet & Wild Days, Things that go Day, and an End of Summer Party. We also do more field trips during the summer for Preschool and Pre-K/school age, but need parent help to take trips away from the school so we have lower ratios.
CLOSED July 4, 2022 for Independence Day
SCIENCE (June 21 to July 8, 2022)
The children will work on documenting the things we see through drawings, charts, notes, stories, sculptures and art. The whole month will be devoted to the study of science. Topics of study may include but will not be limited to animals, dinosaurs, and bodies of water, ice cream, volcanoes, growing things, environments, climates, bubbles, and insects. How do you make ice cream? Why does ice melt? What is the make up of a bubble? Why are dinosaurs gone? What kind of bug is this? These are just a few of the questions we hope to find the answers to. We enjoy watching butterfly larva form their chrysalis!
For HOT DAYS! Wet N’ Wild DAYS All Summer! Bring a bathing suit/trunks, water shoes and water toy or super soaker!!! Because we can’t predict the weather, plan on leaving them at school for the whole summer. Waterproof footwear is best with wood chips! NO TOWELS NEEDED
STRUCTURES (July 11 to 30, 2022)
Structures are everywhere, in fact you would not be standing without the structure inside of you. Did you guess what it is? Your skeleton!! Some activities you will see are forts, cages, tents, theater sets, costumes, boxes, and 3-D Art. We will be taking a look at the construction and blue prints of buildings, vehicles and the internal structures of animals and humans. You will still see Science projects, because they flow together.
THINGS THAT GO (August 1 to August 19, 2022)
This is all about movement! People (exercise, dancing, travel, Olympics…), Transportation (planes, auto, trains, buggy, bike, tricycles, scooters, boats…), Animals (horses, camels, ox, sea animals, elephant, dog sled…) and anything that moves with our help, electricity or batteries! Some things we may experiment with could be Yo Yo’s, pendulums, pulleys, scooters, jump ropes, fans and different sprinklers! I bet the kids can think of even more things!
Summer Fun Review August 22 to 26, 2022
- End of Summer Party Wednesday, August 26, 2022
- Last Day of Summer August 26, 2022!
- August 29, 2022, CLOSED for a Teacher Work Day .
- Transition Week for New & Full Day Students August 17-25 & Aug 30 to Sept 1-?, 2022
- First day of school Sept 1, 2022, for Full Day students, current Full Day students move to their New Class August 30, 2022
- First Day of school September ?, 2022 for Only & Plus students – Summer Break 8/30-9/?/22
We will be planning our Summer Party for August 27, 2021 for our classes, and repeating our favorite summer activities Aug 23 to 26th. Then it is time to pack up for the end of summer!
For the Toddlers we keep it as consistent as possible with the name of the program, schedule, classmates, and teachers! The Stargazer group is called Busy Bee’s and the Sunshiner group is called Butterflies just for the summer.
We work hard as a teaching team to ensure your child’s needs are being met on all levels of development for a smooth transition. Make sure you also feel your needs are being met and you have a smooth transition too!
Once I receive enrollment for summer, we balance out our classes for the summer. We work hard to keep the children in their current class for the summer or move them up if we feel they need a more challenging class. A few children may move to the older group in Summer. Most of the class move to the next class in the Fall. When a child moves up it is based on enrollment and teacher recommendations.
As we transition into fall, children will visit in the group with their new teacher throughout the summer and at the end of August.