Bear Trek • PPK-PK
DATES: June 7 to July 2, 2021
Join us this summer at TASIS Dorado to experience endless ways to get hands-on with invention education through our Bear Trek Program (PPK-PK)
Camp activities are offered Monday to Friday starting June 7 through July 2, 2021, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Due to COVID restrictions, morning and extended care will NOT be provided.
- Week 1: June 7-11 “Pod Pals + Cruise the Galaxy”
- Week 2: June 14-18 “Shake Rattle & Roll”
- Week 3: June 21-25 “Zoom: Where Innovation Begins”
- Week 4: June 28 - July 2 “Mystery Present”
Puerto Rico Residents
- $325 One Week
- $575 Two Weeks
- $825 Three Weeks
- $1,075 Four Weeks
- $425 One Week
- $750 Two Weeks
- $1,075 Three Weeks
- $1,400 Four Weeks
Lunch, two snacks, two t-shirts, insurance, and all materials for activities.
Update: Registration is NOW CLOSED!
Please complete a registration form for each camper. Campers are registered based on their grade for the 2020-2021 academic year
NON-PR RESIDENT REGISTRATION
For questions regarding Bear Trek or Camp Invention, please contact Viviana Daubón email@example.com.
Bear Trek, Grades PPK-PK
Bear Trek is a preschool program that fosters the inventive spirit in our youngest campers. Channeling natural curiosity with fun, innovative curricula, this program provides a strong foundation for lifelong STEM learning.
Pod Pals + Cruise the Galaxy
Intergalactic exploration and fuzzy, funny creatures called Pod Pals challenge campers to explore concepts like gravity and learn how to build super-tall, super-strong towers.
Key Concepts & Skills: innovation, build
Shake Rattle & Roll
Science of sound is introduced through vibrations and sound waves. Campers learn how to invent through play as they engage in fun and interactive games with specialized sound locations - their ears!
Key Concepts & Skills: fine-tune listening, memory
Zoom: Where Innovation Begins
Campers start by exploring the depths of the ocean. Then, campers zoom-out to discover what it’s like to be a chemist, a veterinarian, an architect, and a rocket-scientist.
Key Concepts & Skills: exploration, innovative thinking
Campers receive five exciting clues to help them unlock the secret of the Mystery Present through buoyancy, circuitry, and the science of bubbles.
Key Concepts & Skills: build and discover, problem-solving