With our rich curriculum and amazing outdoor classroom space, IPCP’s Nature in the City Summer Camp is sure to bring your child a summer full of discovery, fun, and friendship! Campers will spend their days exploring our outdoor classrooms, engaging in learning activities, and playing in nature. Nature in the City Summer Camp offers varied and unique session themes, along with special visitors designed to enhance the learning experience.
Each session theme is offered twice in the summer. Choose from some or all of the themes with a variety of activities planned for each session.
Session 1: Storybook Adventures
May 28-31 (Tues-Fri) & June 24-28
Let those imaginations soar and join the journey into the rich world of stories! Each day will center around a different beloved children's book as we launch into activities, songs, and dramatic play inspired by the illustrations, characters, and storyline! Special programming during this session may include a musical storytelling sing-a-long and a visit from a puppeteer!
Session 2: Animal Explorers
June 3-7 & July 8-12
Calling all animal lovers! Using games, stories, and animal encounters, we will explore animal life from the farm to the forest! Our school chickens and guinea pig will be active partners in our learning and play. Special programming may include visits from the Little Red Barn Mobile Petting Zoo and the Chattahoochee Nature Center.
Session 3: Wonderful and Wacky Water
June 10-14 & July 15-19
Water, water, everywhere! Let’s splash, play, and enjoy the many amazing aspects of water! Through experiments, pipe and funnel play, and more, we will investigate water in both solid and liquid form. These weeks will include one day of full body water play requiring swimwear. Special programming may include a bubble experience and a visit from King of Pops.
Session 4: Marvelous Machines
June 17-21 & July 22-26
Whirl, zip, beep! Curiosity and hands on problem solving come together as campers delve into the exciting world of machines. We will immerse ourselves in how machines are made, discover the tools used to make them, and even make our own “machines” out of found materials. Special programming may include a “Things That Go” workshop with Science Creations as well as a facilitated tool and tinkering station!
2019 Tuition Information
Toddlers (1-2 years old)
3 days (T-Th): $140/week
5 days (M-F): $225/week
4 days (T-F): week of May 28 ONLY): $185/week
Preschool (3-5 years old)
3 days (T-Th): $130/week
5 days (M-F): $210/week
4 days (T-F): week of May 28 ONLY): $170/week
There is a $50 non-refundable deposit required at the time of registration to hold your camp dates. The $50 will be deducted from your total tuition. Camp tuition is due May 15, 2019 for the first four camp weeks and June 14, 2019 for the remaining four camp weeks.
Early Bird Discount: Register before March 31st and receive $10 off per week.
Referral Discount for Current IPCP Families: Refer a friend and you both receive $15 off your total camp cost.
AfterCare is offered from 1pm-3pm daily. Families must register for AfterCare when they register for summer camp. AfterCare tuition is due when camp tuition is due.
AfterCare Fee: $20 per day
Important Camp Information
Camp hours are 9am-1pm. AfterCare is offered 1pm-3pm.
5-day (Mon-Fri) and 3-day (Tues-Thurs) options are available.
IPCP Summer Camp serves children ages 2- 5 (as of June 1, 2019) and all incoming IPCP children who are 12 months (as of June 1, 2019) and walking.
All campers receive an official IPCP Nature in the City t-shirt!
More information regarding health forms as well as what to bring for your child’s camp experience will be sent via email upon confirmation of your child’s camp enrollment.
Why Choose IPCP
Low camper to counselor ratio
Camp format that provides opportunities for both indoor and outdoor activities
Our amazing outdoor classrooms offer places for children to play in nature
The option for AfterCare until 3pm sets us apart from other preschool summer camps
Day in the Life of an IPCP Camper
While our schedules are flexible and adapt to the needs of the children and the weather, the following activities are part of a typical day at IPCP’s Nature in the City Summer Camp:
Small group activities (2 per day) related the session theme
Free play in our outdoor and indoor classrooms
Special visitors each week