As I pulled up to the entrance of Camp Deeny Riback (CDR), I could hear the excited yelling of children as they made their way across campus. Off to my right I could see a group of boys and girls doing squats and crunches, which I would later learn was for Boot Camp Day (although when I visited, it also happened
Camp 613’s Pajama Day brought campers and staff to camp in their coziest, yummiest pajamas. Everyone had fun with sleepy-time and slumber-party themed activities.
The Fair Lawn Fire Department visited with the children of the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School Summer Program this week. The children took turns climbing aboard the fire engine and seeing all of the bells and whistles on the truck.
Genius Gems visited The Iris Berman Early Childhood Center. Along with the campers, they created and powered robots and built a solar city while learning about geometry, engineering and physics...all with hundreds of magnetic tiles and robotic cubelets. Genius Gems is a STEM-based, magnetic tile playspace opening