B Camps (Grades 1-2)

Aggie Camp B

Camp Day: 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m.
$180 || Enrollment Open

Aggie B is an engaging experience for youth entering Grades 1-2. Packed with exciting indoor and outdoor activities, this is a great place to learn new skills and discover new talents. Each week will feature an original theme that will be emphasized by activities throughout that week. Our staff will inspire campers to come out of their comfort zones and build self-confidence by creating a safe and fun environment. From creating paper bag puppets to learning camp songs, campers will have fond memories to take home.

This camp is scheduled to swim on set days. The swim schedule will be included in the Parent Handbook, which will be available in the spring. Campers who choose not to swim will have the option to participate in non-aquatic activities.

Camp Calendar

AGCAB1 June 17–21
AGCAB2 June 24–28
AGCAB3 July 8–12
AGCAB4 July 15–19
AGCAB5 July 22–26
AGCAB6 July 29–August 2
AGCAB7 August 5–9
AGCAB8 August 12–16
AGCAB9 August 19–23

Craft Camps B

Camp Day: 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m.

In these introductory craft camps, participants will have the chance to learn and strengthen new skills by creating unique pieces of art. Campers will learn various techniques and become familiar with multiple craft media. Craft projects will range from functional to decorative depending on the chosen camp. Each Friday at 2:15p, campers can show off their creations during the craft show in the MAC at the ARC.

The craft programs are designed to promote a fun, holistic learning experience with activities scheduled outside of the Craft Center during the afternoons. These may include craft related group games, camp-favorite medic ball, and exploring public art displays on campus. These activities will also give campers a chance to explore the campus and meet other campers outside of their specific camp.

Ceramics B

$205 || Enrollment Open

Campers will learn the basics of ceramics, including how to hand-build pieces of art using clay.

Projects: leaf pinch pots, geometric pencil holders, clay name letters

Skills: Campers will learn the basics concepts of clay molding and hand building

CFTCB1 June 17–21
CFTCB2 June 24–28
CFTCB3 July 8–12
CFTCB4 July 15–19
CFTCB5 July 22–26
CFTCB6 July 29–August 2
CFTCB7 August 5–9
CFTCB8 August 12–16
CFTCB9 August 19–23

Green Craft B

$205 || Enrollment Open

Campers will learn the importance of recycling and its impact on our environment as they use this knowledge to have fun and create eco-friendly crafts from recycled materials.

Projects: CD animals, toilet paper roll animals, jar lid boats, egg carton flowers

Skills: Learning about the process of recycling and how trash can be made fun and useful through creativity and crafting.

CFTGB2 June 24–28
CFTGB5 July 22–26
CFTGB6 July 29–August 2
CFTGB8 August 12–16
CFTGB9 August 19–23

Sampler B

$205 || Enrollment Open

In a mash-up of several of the craft camps offered, craft sampler allows participants to explore a wide variety of different forms of art throughout the week.

Projects: bubble wands, giant letter art, ice cube painting, paper plate snails, color book

Skills: Campers will learn how to use several different mediums and techniques while using their own creative vision in their crafts 

CFTSB1 June 17–21
CFTSB4 July 15–19
CFTSB5 July 22–26
CFTSB7 August 5–9
CFTSB9 August 19–23

Exploration of Movement (Dance B)

Camp Day: 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m.
$180 || Enrollment Open

Make new friends while exploring the art of movement through basic dance techniques, tumbling, and movement games. Each Friday, we will present a special performance for family and friends to showcase all of the choreography the campers learned throughout the week. Movement camp welcomes all skill levels and disciplines.

DANMB3 July 8–12
DANMB4 July 15–19
DANMB7 August 5–9

Aggie B Swim

Camp Day: 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m.
$205 || Enrollment Open

Aggie B Swim is a unique camp that provides 45 minute swim lessons, Monday-Thursday, for youth entering Grades 1-2. Campers will meet at the Rec Pool and go through the normal check-in process, starting at 8:30 a.m. Participants are required to arrive in a bathing suit and sunscreen, and bring a set of clothes (including their camper shirts) to change into after the lesson. On Mondays, campers will be assessed as a group and placed into different levels based on swim instructors’ evaluations. These lessons will encompass all levels of swimmers, from Batray (beginner) to Flying Fish (advanced). Campers will receive a swim report card at the end of the week. If a camper misses two or more days, they will not receive a report card due to the time required to develop and evaluate skills. Lessons begin at 9:20 a.m. and end at 10:05 a.m., when they will change and begin camp activities. Campers will have opportunities to engage in fun indoor and outdoor activities that help build self-confidence and friendships. 

In addition to swim lessons, this camp will have recreational swimming on set days. The swim schedule will be included in the Parent Handbook, which will be available in the spring. Campers who choose not to swim recreationally will have the option to participate in non-aquatic activities.

Note: Each participant may only register for two sessions.

Camp Calendar

AGCSB2 June 24–28
AGCSB3 July 8–12
AGCSB4 July 15–19
AGCSB5 July 22–26
AGCSB6 July 29–August 2
AGCSB7 August 5–9
AGCSB8 August 12–16
AGCSB9 August 19–23

 Please Note: No camps will be held the week of July 1–5.