Ages 4 to 5 Years

  • AHOY MATEY!

    It's a Pirate's Life For Me! From landlubber to swashbuckler, it’s the pirate’s life for me! Cast-off into the seven seas as campers navigate the treacherous depths of the pirate life, Set the scene each day with exciting stories that engage their senses and curiosity. In Pirate Camp, action, adventure and discovery await you at every turn! Williams/Kome

    1. July 18-22

     AMAZING ARTISTS

    Art is for everyone to enjoy! Little artists will use different mediums, while exploring their creativity. They will also be introduced to famous artists and what inspired them to create. Remember to dress for a mess! Moeller/Peggs

    1. June 20-24

    CHICKA CHICKA BOOM BOOM 

    This kindergarten readiness camp is only for those entering Kindergarten in August.

    Let us help prepare your child for Kindergarten this summer. We will be doing a lot of fun hands-on activities all week long. Our daily themes will cover the alphabet, numbers, patterns, story sequencing, following directions and rules of the classroom. We look forward to helping your child have fun and grow before the start of the school year. Loos/Endres

    202. June 6-10

    402. June 20-24

     DR. SEUSS FUN!

    Do you like green eggs and ham? Join us for a week of imagination and creativity! We will engage in activities and art projects centering around books by Dr. Seuss! Come play and create with us!  Pacheco/Prasad

    1. May 31-June 3

    E-I-E-I-O

    Moo! Neigh! Oink! Cluck! Cock-a-doodle-doo! Join us down on the farm! We will read books, play games, sing songs, "churn" butter, create art projects and engage in activities centering around farm animals. Paceheco/Prasad

    1. June 13-17

    ENCANTO!

    We will be exploring all the interesting characters of Encanto. We will learn about drawing and painting their vibrant expressions/costumes. We will create air dry clay doors in the magical casita homes. Come join us as we dig deeper into the creative and colorful world of  Encanto. Nguyen/Kreska

    1. May 31-June 3

    IF YOU GIVE A MOUSE A COOKIE

    What happens if you give a mouse a cookie? Have you ever offered a moose a muffin? Did you ever give a pig a pancake? We will have fun reading books by Laura Numeroff. We will participate in fun activities and art projects to accompany each one. Pacheco/Prasad

    1. July 5-8

    IN THE JUNGLE

    Come join the fun in the jungle! Campers will learn about different animals and jungle life through crafts, hands-on activities, music, play time and stories! Norman

    1. June 13-17

    JUST PLAY

    Do you love to meet new people or hang out with a friend you already know? Let's Play! We will create arts & crafts, play games, and enjoy indoor/outdoor fun, while engaging in conversation and group projects with friends. Each day will be filled with organized play that is sure to provide a memorable experience for every camper. Williams/Kome

    1. July 11-15

    LITTLE CHEFS

    Look, I made it myself! We will do hands-on cooking using all kinds of kitchen utensils. It will be so much fun as we make our own snack each day; measuring out all our own ingredients; mixing and stirring everything ourselves. We will even send all our recipes home for you to try as well! Lin/Tanksley

    1. June 27-July 1

     603. July 5-8

    MAGIC IN THE MAKING – PART ONE

    Come make the magic happen with building blocks, explore multiple art mediums, and design different types of sensory toys based on a daily theme. Students will have structured/free play with different building blocks and tinker toys. They will also create a beautiful piece of art and a sensory toy each day to take home. Flores/Corley

    1. July 11-15

    MAGIC IN THE MAKING – PART TWO

    Come make the magic happen with building blocks, explore multiple art mediums, and design different types of sensory toys based on a daily theme. Students will have structured/free play with different building blocks and tinker toys. They will also create a beautiful piece of art and a sensory toy each day to take home. Projects are different from Part ONE.  Flores/Corley

    1. July 18-22

    MAMMALS, REPTILES, AND BIRDS, OH MY!

    We will explore mammals, fish, birds, amphibians, insects/arachnids and reptiles through songs, videos, books, activities, snacks and art projects. Pacheco/Prasad

    1. June 20-24

     OCEANS AWAY, SPLASH AND PLAY

    Calling all mermaids and pirates to come help us dig in the sand for buried treasures! This will be a week full of ocean themed arts and crafts, books, water tables, and sensory fun. Let’s explore life under the sea together!  Corley/Corley

    1. July 5-8

     PETE THE CAT

    Join us as we have fun and learn with Pete the Cat and all his friends! We will read books, sing songs, create art projects and engage in activities centering around author/illustrator James Dean's lovable fictional character, Pete the Cat. Pacheco/Prasad

    1. June 27-July 1

     SPACE IS THE PLACE

    SPACE IS THE PLACE to be this summer. Come join us as we rocket away from Earth to explore other planets in our solar system. We will make our own glow in the dark planets and moon rocks to create your own night sky at home. Cave/Thomas

    1. May 31-June 3

     SURF’S UP!

    Bring your sunglasses and join us for some fun in the sun! We will hang out at the beach, build sandcastles, search for seashells, and learn about the beach and sea. We will have beach and ocean themed activities and art. We’ll be splishin’ and splashin’ the week away! Cave/Thomas

    1. June 13-17

     SUMMER IN THE GARDEN

    It's a miracle to take a tiny seed, nurture it, and watch it grow into a beautiful flower or delicious food for your table. So, let's make our summer all about gardens. Let’s plant, do art for our garden and learn all about summer time gardening .Watch out for all the cute bugs and flowers coming your way this summer in your garden. Lalani/Corley

    1. July 11-15

     UNDER THE SEA!

    Let's explore the ocean! We will read books, play games, sing songs, create tasty treats, make art projects and engage in activities centering around the underwater world! Pacheco/Prasad

    1. June 6-10

    WE ARE SUPER!

    Do you have a tiny superhero in the making? This camp is for them! We will spend the week using imaginative play to live like superheroes. Superheroes will receive the training they need to tap their superhero potential! At the Training Academy, they will have the chance to create his/her “secret identity”, improve their “super skills” and make new friends! This is no ordinary camp for ordinary kids: this is a camp for HEROES! Williams/Kome

    1. June 6-10

     

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Community Education Summer Camps 2022

  • Allen ISD offers a variety of camps for children ages 36 months through 7th grade. Your child’s camp day will include an assortment of fun, engaging activities as well as outside recess. Summer camps will be conducted by Allen ISD staff.

    There is at least one cooking camp each week where the campers get to eat their projects. Please keep this in mind, especially if your child has food allergies. Please advise all camp teachers of any allergies. School nurses are not on campus during summer camp.

    LOCATIONS: Camp locations will alternate between Evans Elementary, 1225 Walnut Spring Dr., and Olson Elementary, 1751 East Exchange Parkway.

    TIMES: Camp hours are 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

    DROP OFF/PICK UP: This year, camper drop off will be curbside; we will update pick up information as we get closer to the start of camp.

    LUNCH: Your child will need to bring a sack lunch and drink Monday through Thursday. Each Friday, pizza, popsicles and a drink will be provided for lunch. 

    COST: The fee for most camps is only $125 per camp/per student. The weeks of May 31-June 3 and July 5-8 are four-day camps and the tuition for those weeks will be $100. Some camps have an additional supply fee, and this is noted in the individual camp descriptions.  

    REGISTER: Online registration begins April 19, 2022, at 6:30 am. Phone registration will begin on April 20, 2022. Please make sure you have an Eleyo account prior to calling to register. If you don’t, please create one.  If you have questions, you also can call 972-727-0502 or email sandra.lovesey@allenisd.org.

    HOW TO REGISTER: Registration directions are online,  visit www.allenisd.org/summercampsregister. In 2020, Allen ISD Community Education moved to a new registration platform called Eleyo.  If you attended camp last summer, the Father-Daughter Ball, the Mother-Son Dance or are in Kids Club this school year (or last year), you should already have an Eleyo account so you won’t need to create a new one.

    Starting April 11 (until April 18) you can either create an account in Eleyo or log into your existing account and update your information following the link above.  Add each of your campers to the free “Community Education Summer Camp Account Creation or Update” Course, so that you can complete the camp questionnaire for each child prior to the April 19th  registration date. This will save time during registration.

    REFUNDS: Refunds will be granted, less a $25 per camp spot administrative fee, when requested by noon five working days prior to the start of camp. Cancellation dates can be found on the schedule grid linked below and are also listed at the bottom of this web page. Camp tuition may instead be transferred to a later week of camp if you register for the same camper and if there are any availabilites. No exceptions.

  • Choosing a Camp

    When choosing a camp for your preschooler, look for camps based on the child’s age at the time of the camp. Campers must be potty trained, and a change of clothes will be necessary for children ages 36 months to 5 years. Camps for preschoolers include a 15-minute quiet time. For elementary grade campers, choose a camp for the grade just completed. You do not have to be a resident of Allen or a student in Allen ISD to attend our camps.

Camp locations and dates