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Trial Online Summer Camp
July 13 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
An event every 2 days that begins at 9:30 am, repeating until July 18, 2020
Update: We are no longer accepting applications for Trial Camp at this time.
Some parents are concerned that your child won’t enjoy a whole week of half-day or full-day online summer camp. We hear you and we have a solution: We invite your hero to join us for adventure, in the same fashion as our online summer camps, with this trial version which is only 1.5 hours long and is running for 3 days only next week. Let your child see how exciting our educational adventures and out-of-your-chair activities are with Guardian Adventures Online Summer Camps.
The trial camp will follow our Wizards & Warriors story theme, expanding on our magical world known as Sidelterra. Each day of trial camp is 1.5 hours in length (9:30am-11:00am) and priced at $50, or give your hero the gift of all three days for $135. Adventures are reserved for ages 7-10.
Trial camp dates are:
- Monday July 13th
- Wednesday July 15th
- Friday July 17th
Discounts are available for purchasing all three trial camp dates.
What can my hero expect when they enter Sidelterra?
This summer our heroes will be embarking on a unique adventure as Sidleterra explores Moroccan cultural stories with new creatures and exciting challenges. It’s up to our heroes to determine the intentions of these new beings and how they affect this crossroads of myth, history, and literature.
Are Djinn, Ghouls, and talking animals your allies, villains, or something in-between? While these new creatures are roaming around on the beaches of Sidleterra pirates are plundering the land and wreaking havoc on the locals.
A cry for help is heard. The Gate of Destiny awaits you…
Online summer camp involves the following:
- Live Zoom and Google Classroom meetings with a video platform
- Face-to-face virtual communication with their new and current friends at camp while working together to work through challenges
- Counselors and actors presenting live, interactive stories (as opposed to a video game or pre-recorded type of environment)
- Physical activities that help the camper navigate the story
- Group breakouts (separate online rooms for smaller groups of campers, led by a counselor)
- Instructions for craft projects that can help the camper’s character succeed in the story as it unfolds
- Virtual fields trips to museums to discover important clues pertaining to the mysteries that need to be solved
- Hands-on STEM projects (materials list sent ahead of time) which allow your camper to “power up” and battle monsters
- Scheduled Meal/snack/social times are monitored by staff within our environment (Note: We cannot monitor your camper if they move away from the computer or chooses to engage in activities or programs outside of the environment we control)
- Challenges and scenarios designed to inspire your camper to develop the 3 traits of a Hero: Courage, Honor, and Compassion