KidSummer Day Program
Click here for the 2015 KidSummer brochure and registration forms.
REGISTER HERE FOR KIDSUMMER including Astronomy and Shark weeks
Please call 508 896 3867 for assistance or use the brochure link .
More information about
Astronomy Week for 10 - 12 year olds? Click here
or Shark Week for 7-9 year olds? Click here
2015 KidSummer Related Documents
In addition to registration, each child will need a completed Medical Form and Emergency Information Card. Supply Lists, along with the Drop-Off and Pickup Procedures/Discipline Procedures are available for each KidSummer Program (supplies vary by program):
KidSummer Medical Form
Emergency Information Card
First Encounters Program - Supply List
Nature Sleuths Program - Supply List
Terra Nova Program - Supply List
Extreme Science Program - Supply List
Junior Naturalist Program - Supply List
Birding 101 Program - Supply List
KidSummer Art Program - Supply List
KidSummer - Cape Cod's Nature Place summer program instilling a sense of wonder and discovery to last a lifetime. Offers a range of programs for ages 3 to 15, encouraging learning and appreciation of the environment through age-appropriate, STEAM based curriculum and indoor/outdoor activities led by educators/naturalists.
Nature walks, field study, and habitat exploration give children a unique Cape Cod summer experience. Museum campus is surrounded by 400-acres of marsh, dune, barrier beach, woodlands, alewife stream, and wildflower gardens.
Contact: 508.896.3867 Ext. 128
KidSummer staff applications accepted January 15 - March 30, 2015.
Interested in a KidSummer Staff position? Must be available June 22 - August 14, 2015. Pay scale $10-15/hour
Morning hours 8am -12 noon w/younger children or 8am - 2:30pm with older students.
Check out the brochure, available now, for more details!
Please send a cover letter of interest, resume and three references to email@example.com
KidSummer nature program is sponsored by IFAW - the International Fund for Animal Welfare. Headquartered on Cape Cod, IFAW rescues and protects animals on Cape Cod and around the world.