Sees the Day Camp: Summer 2022 Registration is Open!
Sees the Day is committed to instilling in children a respect and appreciation for each other and the natural world. Building connections, individual character and personal awareness through theme-based activities and ethical dialogues will be the primary focus of each weekly session. Guest educators and performers, theater/improvisation, music, cooperative games, team building exercises, nature awareness, earth stewardship, Native American history and lore, beading, fairy houses, fort building, lake hikes, daily gratitude circles, free play and laughter filled summertime fun will round out a unique experience for all.
June 6-August 26, 2022. One, two and three-week sessions. Each session will accommodate one group of 32 campers and CIT's. Drop off and pick up occurs Monday-Friday in Tilden Park at the Carousel Picnic Site.. Each day lasts from 8:45-4:30 p.m. Extended Care is available from 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Founder and Director, Kirk Cooper has 30+ years of experience working with children in a variety of educational settings. Registration forms, daily schedule, camp fees, testimonials, photographs, CIT information, and health and safety practices can be found on my website at www.seestheday.org
“Thanks so much for finding a way to pull off Sees the Day amid such remarkable circumstances. Octavia learned more than ever from you about how to find and remain herself during extraordinary times”.
“Sees the Day is a relaxed outdoor day camp with a focus on science, nature, earth stewardship, empathy and compassion geared to elementary school aged kids (K-5). Kids spend the day in Tilden Park (Lake Anza region) doing things like team building activities and cooperative games, hiking, storytelling, fairy house and fort building, and imaginative play in the small redwood grove. Guest speakers come each week with themes on conservation, creativity, music, animals, and nature awareness. Kids of mixed ages play together, in a small, well-supervised camp! The key to the camp success is the camp founder, educator, and director Kirk Cooper, who is present, playing, teaching, and hanging out with the kids with years of experience and dedication to children. It is kind of like the best secret summer camp in Berkeley!”