For children entering grades 1–2
Join The Kids' Table this summer for some fun foodie adventures. In these hands-on cooking camps, your budding chef gets to chop, grate and roll their way to different delicious dishes each day, and enjoy their creations together at the end. Kids discover that cooking is fun and real food is really good!
An Educational Guide through Gardening: Join us as we journey through the garden and explore the plant cycle. From root exploration, stem, and leaves. Each day we have the gardening word of the day to learn more about the growing process. We will use our listening ears for gardening story time to see how others work and grow in their gardens. We will travel from germination to harvest learning about the steps in between. Let's not forget about the importance of composting and using organic soil. Our friends' red wiggle worms will help us build new soil for our plants. Students will be able to help maintain worm beds and learn about what role they play in the soil. We will try our hand at growing various vegetables such as tomatoes, kale, peppers, and carrots; as well as herbs like thyme, rosemary, and lavender. We will learn about native flowers in our growing zone and so much more! All tools will be provided. See you in the garden.
These classes also have a weekly rotation of sports, music, library, art, and outdoor water play to round out their day.
Baking and cooking classes will incur an additional materials fee per session.
Session I: June 20–June 30
Session III: July 17–July 28
Full day: 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Instructors: The Kids’ Table and Growsumthin
Cost: Session I $1,260 (material fee $90), Session III $1,400 (material fee $100)
- Grades 1–2