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Kids Camp

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Keiki Program Ages 5 - 9
STREAM Program Ages 10 - 15
Keiki Program 2 Ages 5 - 9

Kids Summer Camp

Our programs will be taught by our educational director, Alegra Quane and Kimberely McKillop. Alegra holds two master’s degrees in education, and has taught at Hanalei School, The Wainiha Satellite School, and has worked with us to help launch our educational programming here at the gardens. Kimberly McKillop, who holds her BED from University of Hawaii Manoa in Elementary Education. Kimberly has taught at Hanalei School and co-taught 4th grade at Homeschool Now with emphasis on Cultural Studies, Gardening, Ukulele, and Hula.

Class sizes will be limited to no more than ten students. Our goal is to provide quality and affordable educational opportunities for all our kids. Please share our offerings with anyone you think might benefit and enjoy our summer programs.

Mahalo nui loa. We look forward to seeing you in the garden.

Keiki Program (ages 5 – 9) June 1st thru June 10th (2 weeks)

This will be an exploratory garden class using children’s books and storytelling to introduce the wide variety of plants found in the garden. Keiki will explore plants and animals found on our island, learn simple recipes, play games, make lei, dye fabrics, and create crafts with found materials. Participants will also document their growth by creating a personal journal. This class will meet Monday through Wednesday from 9:30 am -1:30 pm. Tuition: $345

STREAM Program (ages 10 – 15) June 15th thru July 2nd (3 weeks)

(Science, Technology, Research, Engineering, Arts, and Math)
Our curriculum will use the garden’s facilities to incorporate a series of project based activities that cover STREAM topics. Children will learn about Kauai’s natural resources, local cultures, lei making, fabric dying, and crafting with found materials. This class will meet 8:30 am until 1:00 pm Monday through Thursday. Tuition: $525

Keiki Program 2 (ages 5 – 9) July 13th thru July 30th (3 weeks)

This keiki program will be a great opportunity for those who want to continue exploring plants and animals we find on our island, create plant based crafts, dye fabrics, and learn about culture in the garden. Incorporated in our project based activities will be lessons and guided practice that develop academic skills to help prepare our keiki for the upcoming school year. This class will meet 8:30 am until 1:00 pm Monday through Thursday. Tuition: $525