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January 15, 2007

New drop-off camp for ages 3-4 in NW DC

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Jonah's Treehouse in Glover Park/Upper Georgetown, DC is launching an afternoon DROP-OFF camp (yes, drop-off, as in mama leaves and kiddo stays) for three- and four-year-old children. The program is designed for kids already participating in a morning preschool program but who could benefit from activity and engagement in the afternoon.

Afternoon "camp" at Jonah's Treehouse will run M-T-W-TH from 1 to 4 p.m. - Each child attends one day every week of the session week (e.g., every Tuesday). Camp includes:
* advanced play and movement classes
* arts & crafts
* play-acting and storytelling
* music & song (guest children's musicians in the works)
* and of course, snack

The first session runs six weeks (January 29 - March 1) and costs $300. It is not possible to drop-in for just an isolated day here and there; children must register for the entire session block. Children who attend must also be fully potty-trained. Groups will be small - They're only accepting six children per camp day for this session.

To register or get more info, call Jonah's Treehouse at 202.298.6805.


Posted by Sarah at 9:34 AM.