Welcome to our Summer Camp Page
Thank you for visiting our Summer Camp program page for 2020. We have included a summary of each of our 11 weeks including our field trip schedule. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
Summer Camp changes due to the COVID-19 Emergency (Updated 7/28/2020)
- Yes, we are offering our Summer Camp program as scheduled with limited enrollment.
- The state has updated the requirements for Child Care Facilities to operate as of June 15th. As a result, the following changes are being made:
- Check-in and out processes will occur outdoors/curbside to limit the number of people in the facility
- Staff must wear masks at all times.
- Children as to be encouraged to wear masks where “feasible”.
- At Fun and Fit, children wear masks when in common areas, or moving through one of the other cohort areas. We are also wearing masks when in public.
- We are not able to do most of the planned field trips due to state limitations, busing issues, and lack of capacity (due to social distancing) at some destinations. Local field trips will be held as allowed and alternatives to the other field trips are being planned.
- We will be grouping the children in cohorts of 10. The cohorts will have consistent membership and staffing.
- Many other administrative and operational requirements are in effect. If you have any questions about how we will operate, do not hesitate to contact us.
- We are licensed to serve K-6th grade students in our program.
- During the COVID-19 emergency, you may tour the facility before or after hours – please call us to arrange a tour.
- Our Summer CampProgram Hours will be 7:00am to 6:00pm.
- Our phone number is 856-418-1592.
- How to request a Registration Packet:
- You may go to the DOCUMENTS menu and download a PDF file
- Send an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy
- Or call us 856-418-1592
- If you call or e-mail we will your child(ren)’s name on our Summer Program wait list for 2 weeks while we await your registration packet.
Summer Camp Program Themes
Please note that the cost of transportation and admission for MOST of the field trips is included in the Full Week Full Day price. Unless otherwise specified, field trips are scheduled for Fridays. Please see the table below for details on the costs for non-full-time attendees.
Opening Week – June 15 – June 19
We will be ready to go when school is over. This week is about free play, crafts, and structured physical activities. The week ends with a field trip to a local bowling alley.
Dino Week – June 22 – June 26th
We will explore the world of dinosaurs with fossil digs, dino crafts and more. Our weekly field trip will be to either the Delaware Museum of Natural History OR the Edelman Fossil Park at Rowan.
June 29-July 5th – The facility is closed for our family vacation.
Taking Flight – July 6 – July 10
From hot air balloons to airplanes, (paper, glider and wind up balsa) we will have crafts and activities that look at different ways animals and humans fly.
Our field trip this week will be to Ella Harris Park Pavilion for a lunch under the pavilion and flying our creations from the earlier part of the week.
Lego Master Week – July 13 – July 17
We will have Lego challenges (“build something that does this”, replicate this shape) as well as several large group challenge builds (like the Hogwarts Castle, Star Wars Ships, and Disney Castle). The kids will work as teams to assemble their kits.
Our field trip this week will be to the LEGOLAND Discovery Center in the Plymouth Meeting Mall.
Food and Flavor Week – July 20 – July 24
We will explore different tastes and foods, look at the process of farming, learn how food gets from the farm to our table. During the week we will have local trips to make our own pizzas, watch ice cream being made (and sample some too), and have a local commercial baker lead the kids in a cool cookie decorating lesson.
Our field trips this week are to local food establishments.
Let the Games Begin – July 27 – July 31
The 2020 Summer Olympics will be in full swing and we will host our own training camps and competitions – both individual and teams. Our focus is on personal improvement over the week. We will explore key moments in Olympic history and famous athletes.
Our field trip this week will be to the Washington Lake Park for a mini-Olympic competition – complete with medals.
Ninja Warrior/Parkour Week – Aug 3 – Aug 7
Participants will receive training in Level 1 and Level 2 Parkour basics throughout the week. We will practice our skills on in-house obstacle courses. (No climbing or jumps from height in the program).
Our field trip this week will be to the Washington Twp Pinnacle Parkour facility for a Ninja Warrior Workshop.
Animals and Bugs Week – August 10 – August 14
A week of learning about cool animals and bugs. We will collect specimens from the area outside our facility and learn about the many bugs, beetles, and, spiders in our area and why they are an important part of the world we live in. The kids will have the opportunity to look at “bug parts” under a digital microscope. We are planning several visitors who will bring various creepy crawlies with them.
Our field trip this week is to the Franklin Institute (Secret Life of Bugs)
Water Fun Week – Aug 17- Aug 21
We will explore the importance of water in our lives and on Earth. Cloud formation, types of clouds, and why it rains or snows. Various outdoor water activities are planned.
Our field trip this week will be to Sahara Sam’s Water Park.
STEM/Science Week – Aug 24 – Aug 28
Students will explore science themes in age appropriate craft and experiments.
Our field trip this week will be to the Delaware Museum of Natural History
Back to School Week – August 31 – September 3rd
Fun and Fit Aftercare will return to regular programming this week. We will offer full and half day coverage as appropriate for the HTS/PVS school calendars (pending as of Feb 15)
Theme and Additional Costs Summary
|Week #||Week of||Theme Title||Field Trip||Add'l Full Time Cost||Add'l Part-Time Cost|
|1||June 15||Non-themed Week||Bowling||$0||$10|
|2||June 22||Dino Week||Edelman Fossil Park||$0||$15|
|June 29||Facility Closed|
|3||July 6||Take Flight||Ella Harris Park (aka HTWP Airport)||$0||$0|
|4||July 13||Lego Master Week||Lego Land (Plymouth Meeting)||$30||$40|
|6||July 27||Let the Games Begin (Olympic Theme)||Washington Lake Park||$0||$5|
|7||Aug 3||Ninja Warrior Week||Pinnacle Parkour (Washington Twp)||$25||$35|
|8||Aug 10||Animals and Bug||Franklin Institute||$0||$20|
|9||Aug 17||Water Fun Week||Sahara Sam's||$0||$20|
|10||Aug 24||STEM/Science||Delaware Museum of Natural History||$0||$15|
|11||Aug 31||Non-Themed Week||BACK TO SCHOOL||$0||$0|
*The cost of transportation and admission for field trips is built into the Full-Time program with above noted exceptions. For Full Time Students – the LegoLand field trip has an additional fee of $30 and the Parkour field trip has an additional fee of $25.
Students opting for a Part-Time program (2,3,4 days / week or AM/PM Only) will have a field trip fee as noted above.
Field trip destinations are subject to weather and capacity conditions and residual COVID-19 impacts.
Registration and Tuition Fees
Registration for the Summer Camp Program is limited and on a first come first served basis. Full payment must be received to confirm your child(ren)’s spot in the program.
Registration: $50.00 per family
This is a one-time fee regardless of how many weeks you register for.
Registration fee is waived for existing Fun and Fit Aftercare students.
Registration fee is waived if registration and full payment are received before May 15, 2020.
|Days Per Week||Full Day||Half AM (7:00am-12:30)||Half PM (12:30-6:00pm)|
*Due to staffing requirements, students registered for fewer than 5 days must indicate the days of the week they will attend. Drop-in days are subject to availability.
**Non 5 day/week students will incur the Full Day drop-in fee on Field Trip Days in addition to any indicated Field Trip Fee.
Register for at least 6 weeks of the Summer Camp program and receive a 10% tuition discount
Register for all 11 weeks of the Summer Camp program and receive 15% tuition discount
Multi-Child Families – 20% off tuition for each additional child
*Only one discount applies to each family
We believe it is important to include free play, structured fitness time, themed activities, and an element of academic focus each day. The Academic focus/topic can be set by the parents or can be one of the many resources we have available for the students.
While minor variations will occur, our expected daily schedule is listed below.
AM and Full Day Schedule
|7:00am – 8:00am||Arrival, Breakfast (BYO), Free Play|
|8:00am – 8:30am||Group Warm-up and Physical Activity|
|8:30am – 9:00am||Academic time|
|9:00am – 10:00am||Theme based activity|
|10:00am – 10:20am||Morning Snack|
|10:20am – 12:00pm||Free Play – Outdoor Activity time|
|12:00am – 12:30pm||Lunch (BYO)|
Full Day and PM schedule
|12:30pm – 1:00pm||Themed Craft|
|1:00pm – 1:45pm||Physical Activity Time (Outdoor Play)|
|1:45pm – 2:15pm||PM Academic Time|
|2:15pm – 3:00pm||Free Play/Craft Time|
|3:00pm – 3:20pm||PM Snack Time|
|3:20pm – 4:00pm||Team Building / Group Activity|
|4:00pm – 6:00pm||Free Play/Craft Time|
Theme activities may include visiting experts, crafts people, or field trips.
In addition to the general registration information, most of our field trips will require an additional permission slip. We will provide these slips on the first day of each week.
Raccoon Valley Swim Club Visits
We are able to offer open swim visits to the local swim club on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All students are required to come with us to the swim club, but they are not required to enter the water. We remain socially distanced while not in the water and are following all rules in place for swim clubs etc. during the pandemic.
Lunch, Snacks and Food
- Fun and Fit will provide AM and PM snacks each day.
- Snacks options will typically include Fresh Fruit, Nutra-Grain Bars, Rice Works Chips, Pita Chips, Pretzels, Cheese Sticks.
- Water is our preferred beverage and we do not serve soda of any kind. If your child has a dietary restriction, you may provide an alternative snack.
- Unless otherwise noted, Students must provide their own daily lunch.
- We manage food allergies as necessary to ensure the safety of our students. Your child’s specific allergy information MUST BE documented in their registration materials.
Dress Code and Sunscreen
- We will advise on the suggested dress code and unique needs before each week.
- For outdoor activities, we will happily apply provided sunscreen to children with permission from parents.
Completion of the Summer Camp Registration Packet
Fun and Fit Aftercare is a NJ State Licensed Child Care program and as such has mandatory documentation requirements for each student and staffer. Students may not be admitted to the program without the registration and medical documentation required by the State. All necessary forms and acknowledgements are in the registration packet.
Your child cannot be admitted to the center if their registration packet is incomplete.
Health and Safety
- Fun and Fit Aftercare staff are First Aid and CPR trained.
- A first aid kit, including child specific medication, is taken with us anytime we leave the facility.
- We manage any food allergies as necessary based on the needs of our students. If you have questions about this process, do not hesitate to ask.
- Unless otherwise indicated, all transportation to and from Field Trip venues will be provided by a registered transportation company.
- No Fun and Fit Aftercare staff will transport students in personal vehicles.
Learn more about out physical curriculum and academic time on this page.