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WEEK 1: JUNE 4 - 8, SUPER SPORTS!


Children will participate in playing sports and games, both classic and crazy! From good old fashioned kick ball to games like monkey soccer and everything in-between. Amazing Athletes will be spending 30 minutes each day leading our students in athletic fun and games!


WEEK 2: JUNE 11 - 15, ANIMAL PLANET


Join us for a week of animal adventures. Our Carebear explorers will learn about mammals, birds and reptiles. We have a visit from a local veterinarian and The Reptile Guy will bring his cool creatures.


WEEK 3: JUNE 18 - 22, SPLISH SPLASH!


Welcome to the wettest week of summer, wear your swimsuit to get soaked! Splash pad, rubber duck races and slip 'n slide are just some of the fun activities planned for this wildly wet-filled week! Come cool off and stay refreshed on the hottest days of summer. Carebear will have a bouncy water slide this week and we will be visited by the Chandler Fire Department to learn about water safety.


WEEK 4: JUNE 25 - 29, CAREBEAR COOKS!


Come enjoy the creativity of cooking. This class gives children the opportunity to enjoy a variety of cooking experiences as they create delicious snacks. Students will use cooking tools, learn about etiquette and nutrition and learn how to make recipes and mix ingredients.


WEEK 5: JULY 2 - 6, PARTY IN THE USA!


Four day program only - we will be closed July 4. This week we are going to continue our 4th of July celebration with some good old fashioned summer fun—watermelon eating, flag making, sidewalk chalk, water games, smores and much more!


WEEK 6: JULY 9 - 13, CHRISTMAS IN JULY


It's winter wonderland week! The snow will fall on July 13! Tons of snow will be delivered for some winter fun! We will have a week of "cool" actives, winter crafts, Icee-eating, caroling between classrooms and games!


FULTON RANCH RIGGS ROAD (480) 802-0058 (480) 219-9049


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