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Community News – Kidville Offering 12 Weeks of “Camp Kidville” Summer Camp for Ages 2 to 6


Kidville is ready to make your young child into a really happy camper.  


Kidville in The Woodlands is offering 12 weeks of summer camps for kids ages 2 to 6. Guided by the philosophy that kids learn through play, Camp Kidville offers developmentally appropriate arts, stories, science and movement activities in a professional, nurturing environment. 


“We offer a really quality experience that makes summer days a fun, creative, worthwhile time for your child,” says Karen Roberts, owner of Kidville in The Woodlands. “We know moms want a great price and flexibility. We offer both, and great quality as well.” 


Parents can customize a two-week camp schedule that works best for their families — five days a week, Tuesday/Thursday camp, or Monday/Wednesday/Friday. Camp days run from 9:30 to 12:30 with a lunch bunch option that allows kids to bring a sack lunch and stay one extra hour. Parents can choose their weeks to coordinate with family vacation schedules, or sign their little ones up for camping fun that extends the entire summer.


Each week has a theme, including “dinosaurs rock,” “storybook and fairy tales,” “space galaxy adventure,” “jungle safari adventure,” “MVP sports” and more. Themes will be acted out in all activities for the week, whether campers are tiptoeing from class to class to avoid waking an imaginary dragon, or climbing jungle vines in the Kidville Gym. 


Kidville classes and preschools have a unique emphasis on live music, arts and dramatic play—and that passion carries through to summer camp. Campers will enjoy live jam sessions with a Kidville guitarist; interactive story time; and sports and movement games in the action-packed, colorful Kidville gym. 


Camp Kidville is staffed by Kidville teachers, with one teacher to every six campers, on top of specialists who develop and lead engaging lessons for the littlest campers, ages 2 and 3, and the 4 to 6 year olds. Campers do not need to be potty trained to attend, and Camp Kidville is a great options for parents whose kids thrive in the structured routine of preschool and are looking for something similar—while still relaxed and fun—for the summer. 


“We love our littles campers and are really good at handling separation anxiety,” Roberts says. “Whether we are in the gym, creating art, experimenting with science activities, engaged in dramatic play, or enjoying music and movement, our camps are very interactive and developmentally appropriate.”


Interested families may attend Camp Kidville’s open house on April 17 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Kids can enjoy open play time in the gym, as well as music and art activities, while parents meet the staff and sign up for giveaways and special offers. Classic camp snacks will be provided. Prospective campers can RSVP for the open house to to save a spot. 



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