Summer Camp Southlake

Carpe Diem Private Preschool – Southlake
Full-day themed camp sessions
For ages 5-12

Summer Camp 2018

The summer program at Carpe Diem Private Preschool – Southlake is 11 weeks of fun and learning for students who have a wide range of interests. Browse our schedule of programs here and reserve your child’s spot today!

We offer full day summer camp for children who have completed kindergarten to 12 years old in arts, humanities, sciences, and more!

Camp day is from 8:00 AM until 5:00PM.

Camp Schedules

Camp Day

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

School Hours

7:00 AM – 6:30 PM

Reserve your child’s spot today:

11 Exciting Sessions

Week 1: 6/4 – 6/8
Week 2: 6/11 – 6/15
Week 3: 6/18 – 6/22
Week 4: 6/25 – 6/29
Week 5: 7/2 – 7/6
Week 6: 7/9 – 7/13
Week 7: 7/16 – 7/20
Week 8: 7/23 – 7/27
Week 9:7/30 – 8/3
Week 10:8/6 – 8/10
Week 11:8/13 – 8/17

Main Camp Themes

Week 1: We Are Family

We will get to know the campers in our class through games and activities.  The book “We’re All Wonders” will be introduced and we will introduce the Wonder Classroom.

Week 2: Under the Sea

Campers will explore sea creatures, plant life, and other animals that dwell in or near the ocean.  They’ll have the opportunity to explore the texture of sand and sea shells and create art using materials from the sea.

Week 3: Buggin’ Out

We will explore all kinds of creepy crawlers this week! Campers will have the opportunity to work together to make GIANT insects and explore how insects live and move.

Week 4: Superheroes/Good Citizens

We will learn about our modern-day superheroes and what we can do to help our family, friends and community.

Week 5: Fun and Fitness

This week we will use STEM activities to discover how our muscles and bones work, explore healthy eating habits, and participate in various types of exercise such as yoga, gymnastics, soccer, and basketball.

Week 6: Grossology

Campers will discover loads of horribly fantastic experiments! Tons of chemistry and biology for the aspiring doctor or scientist! Grossologists will indulge in many other sickening body experiments. This is our most disgusting camp!

Week 7: Celebrating Art

We will learn about different artists and their creative techniques. We will also be creating an art wall to display our child-created art.

Week 8: Culinary Creations

We will explore foods around the world while creating different cooking projects.

Week 9: Potent Potions

Junior scientists explore the magic of the molecular world of chemistry in this exciting camp that’s full of actions and reactions! Kids are mesmerized by the colorful fizzing formulas that make up the world around us, forcing them to ask the question: is it magic, or is it science?

Week 10: We Will Rock You

Show off your talents in our singing competition this week! Campers will create bands and sing karaoke with friends. We will also create music with common classroom materials and learn about different instruments.

Week 11: Survive It

Can your team survive it!? This week is all about the importance of teamwork. Campers will have to work together to complete different activities such as tug-of-war, noodle tag, minute to win it, and a scavenger hunt.


Week 3: Engineering a Metropolis

Campers explore what it takes to create a metropolitan area by designing their own city! From street layouts to power source identification, campers learn about the challenges that architects and engineers face when building cities from scratch.

Week 6: Biorobotics

This camp focuses on the hardware and coding that’s required to create machines that model living and breathing beings. Projects include mechanized contraptions ranging from robotic hands to real programmable robots using LEGO WeDo!

Week 8: Freaky Forces and Elusive Energies

From the magic of magnetism to the science of sound, campers explore a world filled with energies and forces! Projects such as lava lamps, clay boats, and catapults allow children to touch, feel, and see concepts that are the building blocks of physics.

Week 10: Coding and Gaming

Using MIT’s Scratch computer language, campers learn how to program their very own unique games and animations. Projects include a computer program uploaded to MIT’s website and an original board game.

300 Randol Mill Avenue, Southlake, TX 76092

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