Imagination Vacation: Camp Lion King

Jul 6Jul 10, 2020

Do you love animals, wildlife, and art? We will delve deep into the story of “The Lion King.” We will learn about the animals, and nature of “The Lion King,” through crafting handprint lions, bird binoculars, and watercolor sunsets. We will learn about friendship and the circle of life through singing and dancing. We will explore how to express stories and meaning through theater games and dramatic play with a final performance for parents and guardians.

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Imagination Vacation is a program designed to help children ages 4-5 years, access their imaginative/ creative impulses through hands on crafts and ensemble building activities. Theater games and exercises fill the sessions, encouraging participants to express their ideas through joyful, playful outlets. The final session of each week will culminate in a showing of the process to family and friends at The Foundry.

Molly Weinberg, Workshop Instructor, currently studies film, theater, and early childhood education at Sarah Lawrence College. She spent the past year studying film in Prague, Czech Republic and in Southern and Eastern Africa studying education, history, and culture. Her passion for working with young children has been fulfilled recently assisting in the kindergarten and third grade classrooms at Richmond Consolidated School and working at the Early Childhood Center at Sarah Lawrence College. Last summer, Molly created and led sessions in film and theater at IS 183 Art School in the Berkshires’ Summer Camp and assisted there the previous summer. This year she has developed four weeks of early childhood theater programming in July at The Foundry.

Hours: 9:30 AM – 3 PM

Imagination Vacation Summer Sessions:

July 6 – July 10 Camp Lion King

July 13 – July 17 Camp Wonderland

July 20 – July 24 Camp Oz

July 27 – July 31 Camp Neverland