3 Sanibel Summer Camps to Check Out in 2018
Apr 18, 2018 06:48AM ● Published by Kevin
The Sanibel area has plenty of fun and exciting summer camps perfect for your little ones to attend. We've compiled a list below for your consideration.
Summer Camp at Sanibel Sea SchoolThere are tons of summer camp programs at Sanibel Sea School, ranging from ages 4 to 18. For kids 12 and under, camp registration costs $320 per week. Teens 13-18 will register at $210 per week. Camps begin on June 4 and the last camp ends Aug. 24.
Little ones, ages 4 to 6, will experience pea-sized puffers and/or hatchlings. Kids ages 6 to 13 have a variety of options, including hammerheads, nudibranchs, osprey, submarine snail, tarpon, and more. Teens can opt for paddleboarding, a girls-only camp, wilderness exploration, coral reef, canoeing, and more.
For more details and a full list of camps, click here.
Summer Arts Camp at BIG ARTS SanibelBIG ARTS Summer Arts Camp offers a fun, unique, and well-rounded program of visual and performing arts for first through fifth graders. Each week begins a new session with a new theme. Throughout the week, campers create art projects that correspond with that week’s theme, as well as participate in music and theater classes.
Each weekly session concludes with a short program which includes a display of our campers’ artwork and a performance of what they’ve learned in their music and theater classes. Camps begin June 11 and run through July 27.
Click here to register.
'Ding' Darling Wildlife Society Summer Classes
A primary mission of the "Ding" Darling Wildlife Society involves education. Although the society supports conservation education for all visitors, it strives most diligently to reach children to get them outdoors and create environmental stewards of the future.
Locally, DDWS furthers conservation education through Teacher Conservation Grants, Student Conservation Scholarships, and the "Ding" Darling-Theodore Cross High School Photography Contest.