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Four children sitting on a bench surrounded by greenery at SummerWorks camp.

Cubs

An early childhood summer program for children ages 4 and 5

Introduction

Cubs experience summer at eye level. Every minute of their SummerWorks time is designed to nurture budding curiosities in a safe and supportive environment. At the core of our early childhood program is a fantastic staff hired specifically to work with our youngest campers.

While at SummerWorks, our youngest campers follow their curiosities through various interests in physical activity, art and creative expression, and outdoor adventures. SummerWorks also helps encourage our youngest campers to build confidence by trying new activities in a safe, supportive environment, and develop a sense of personal responsibility through healthy habits.

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Cubs Expectations

In order for your child to have a successful experience at camp, they ​must be able to:

  • Feel comfortable in large groups and large, unfamiliar spaces
  • Socialize with kids their age (prior experience with this is a must)
  • Verbally communicate their basic needs and problem-solve with adults and peers
  • Be flexible and able to cope with daily transitions
  • Sit in a circle and listen for a maximum of 10 minutes
  • Change in and out of clothing with little to no help
  • Sit and feed themselves
  • Use the potty and wipe by themselves, with the ability to ask for help if needed
  • Feel comfortable around water or be open to taking healthy risks
Children and counselors drumming on a colorful bus at a Rowland Hall summer camp.
Kids posing playfully with a painting at The Leonardo museum during a SummerWorks field trip in Utah.
Cheerful children and counselor enjoying water play at a Rowland Hall SummerWorks camp.
A happy child in a safety vest at a construction exhibit in Salt Lake City.
Aspiring young chefs with paper hats enjoying snack time at Rowland Hall SummerWorks.
Young boy in a shark shirt and crocodile cape smiling at Rowland Hall's SummerWorks.
Children having a blast as bird caricatures at Tracy Aviary during a SummerWorks field trip.
Counselor and kids sharing a sunny moment at SummerWorks camp, with Utah mountains in the backdrop.
Kids joyfully participating in a dance activity at Rowland Hall SummerWorks camp.

Weekly Activities

Water Activities

From supervised wading pools to gentle water play areas, children delight in the cool water while developing water confidence and basic swimming skills.

Creative Corner

Daily Creative Corner time includes a variety of hands-on activities, including art, music, early literacy play, building, cooking, and dramatic play.
 

Field Trips

Cubs travel off campus once a week to a different destination. Some of our favorites are The Leonardo, Wheeler Farm, The Drum Bus, and Jump Around Utah.

Reading Program

Whether by themselves or in a group, our youngest campers engage in 30 minutes of reading per day.

 

SummerWorks Calendar

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Rowland Hall's McCarthey Campus

Space is limited this week. More spots may open at a later date.

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Camp runs from 8:45 am to 3:45 pm. Drop-off will be from 8:45 to 9 am, and pick-up will be from 3:45 to 4 pm. PM Extended Care will be available from 4 to 5:30 pm.