Review Millennium Kids Creative Camps in King

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Millennium Kids Creative Camps in King

15226 21st Ave SW


Washington,United-states - 98166

Frequently Asked Questions About This Location

Qus: 1).what is the mode of payment accepted ?

Ans: Cash , Credit Card and Wallets

Qus: 2).How is the food quality of the restaurant ?

Ans: Quality of Food is Liked by Many & Good

Qus: 3).Do they have online website?

Ans: Yes . They do have. Online website is - Website Link

Qus: 4).What is the Latitude & Longtitude Of the location?

Ans: Latitude of the location is 47.4658265 Longtitude of the location is - -122.3604751

Qus: 5).What is the phone number Of the location?

Ans: Phone number of the location is - (206) 953-5664

Qus: 6).What does the local business do?

Ans: Enrollment: June 22nd - August 14th, 2015. Enrollment is only open to St. Francis students who are enrolled in Kindergarten through sixth grade for Fall of 2014. Cost: $150.00 per child per each 5 day weekly camp. $30.00 annual registration fee. $30.00 late fee. Daily Activities.. Snacks: Every day two snacks will be provided, one before lunch and one after lunch. Outdoor Activities: Every day children will have at least two activities outside. Some activities will be based on the weekly camp theme as well as free time play. Literacy Activities: Every day children will have library time where they will read. During lunch time children will listen to an excerpt from a popular school book or classical piece of literature based on the weekly theme. Art Activities: Every day an art project or creative learning activity will be done. Art activities range between using paints, clay, paper mache, or free form art with markers, crayons, and colored pencils. Social Group Activities: Every day children will engage in a group activity where they can practice in sharing and working together. Social activities range between a structured sports game, a group science project, or free form social play outside. Weekly Activities.. A Theme: Each week has a main theme in which most activities will be based on. Themes include: Creative Artists, Pacific Northwest Nature Explorer, Animals on the Prowl, Future Engineers, It's an Act! Performing Arts, Around the World, Ocean Biology and Geology, and Fantastic Forces. A Field Trip: Each week the children will go on a field trip related to the camp's weekly theme. Field trips include: the Tacoma Glass Museum, Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle Museum of History and Industry, Seattle Children's Theater, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Aquarium, Pacific Science Center, and various visits to local parks in the Burien area. Science and Math: Each week has a science lesson and math lesson related to the weekly theme. Technology Skills: Each week children will be exposed to technology. What you need to bring.. A packed lunch. Appropriate coats and/or clothing for outside activities. A book to read during library time. Sunscreen. Water bottle. Backpack.

Qus: 7).What is the email of the business?

Ans: Email address is -