Spring Break Camp


March 20–24

Registration opens February 27

Nursery & Kindergarten – a rhythm similar to the normal school day, with more time for free play, arts and crafts, and gardening. Instructors: Dorke Poelz

Grades 1-8 – an emphasis on Capoeira, soccer, and art projects exploring the culture and languages of Brazil. Featured classes include History of Capoeira, Portuguese, Maculele, Brazilian music, and Brazilian visual arts.  There will be a performance on March 24th. Instructors: Curu from Raizes do Brasil Capoeira, Ourania Adani (Art)


Nursery & Kindergarten

Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
After care available until 3 p.m.

Spring break camps for the younger students follow a rhythm similar to the normal school day.

Instructors Zohar Apple, Sarah Capshaw, Dorke Poelz and Tara Sheppard (Rudolph Steiner School) are planning a variety of activities for the children. In addition to having plenty of time for free, creative play, students will assist the teachers in making healthy and hearty end-of-winter meals and snacks.

Grades 1–8

Monday–Thursday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Child’s Play NY presents The Jungle Book
March 21-24

For our first week of Spring Camp, Child’s Play NY will lead our children in putting on a creative rendition of The Jungle Book.The session introduces children to the world of the Broadway musical. Children “play” with the story and characters from the Rudyard Kipling book and other jungle stories and work on songs from the classic that are appropriate for developing voices and exciting to perform. Creative movement combined with choreography gives the students an artistic physical outlet. Theater games and artwork surrounding Mowgli, Baloo, Bagheera and his crew, support the children’s understanding of how to create a character. The class will culminate in a performance of our character-driven improvisations, songs and dances.

Brooklyn Beanstalk Circus
March 28-31

For our second week of camp, Brooklyn Beanstalk circus instructors will lead children in creating a mini-circus. While exploring acrobatics, physical comedy and circus manipulatives, your child will develop self confidence and how to work in a team—all while having a blast.  No previous circus arts experience necessary! Highlights of the program include team building acting games, gymnastic and acrobatic balance, juggling, spinning plates, physical comedy and clowning.

If you have any questions about Spring Break Camp, please email our AfterSchool ProgramCoordinator.



Register for Spring Camps!