Summer Camp 2022

2022 Summer Camp Dates Released!

Building Blocks Pediatrics Offers Annual Summer Camps for children held at our Marietta location.

All Camps led by registered and licensed therapists.

 2022 Summer Camp Registration & Consent Form

Please verify camp availability prior to paying to deposit / registering

Download Building Blocks Pediatrics Summer Camp Registration & Consent Form

770-321-6705

Space is Limited!

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This year we will be hosting 2 summer camps!

 

Handwriting Warriors CAMP (Ages 4-6) (East Cobb) June 20th-24th; 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Handwriting made fun and easy! This intensive, yet fun and exciting program will guide your child through the fundamentals of handwriting! While learning to write lower case letters a-z with correct formation, sizing and spacing, your child will improve his/her pencil grasp, pencil control, finger dexterity and visual spatial skills—all necessary for handwriting legibility that will impress! Interactive games and activities will be used to guide your child’s handwriting and to give your child the confidence he/she needs to succeed in the classroom. Why should your child sit at a desk to learn and practice handwriting? Good question! Let your child become a Writing Warrior and conquer the alphabet! Set the stage now for a future of handwriting success!

 

Social Skills CAMP (Ages 4-6) (East Cobb) July 18th-22nd; 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Your child will learn and practice social skills with his/her peers in a fun and exciting environment! Games and activities incorporating movement, music and learning, will help your child to improve his/her peer interaction and play skills. Children will be broken up according to his/her age and topics addressed will include greeting others, initiating conversations, being a good sport, helping and being polite to others, engaging in conversational speech, recognizing and understanding feelings and emotions, making and keeping friends, engaging others in play, controlling our own bodies, and improving free-time play skills.