At Frogbridge the care, well-being and interests of every child is taken into consideration in all programs we offer. Beginning with our youngest Pre-K campers and continuing through our 10th grade C.I.T. program, we offer a wide range of activities tailor made for the growing camper. Our pre-k, kindergarten and first grade campers utilize their own age and size appropriate facilities, as well as most of the activities offered on our campus.
Frogbridge offers our 2nd through 7th grade campers two distinct types of electives. We call these options “Clubs” and “Selectives”, both of which are chosen in camp each week on Monday mornings. “Clubs” are 40 minute activities that change daily, while “Selectives” are 40 minute activities that meet every day for the entire week. Clubs give those campers looking for more variety a chance to participate in numerous activities they enjoy more often, while “Selectives” give our campers the opportunity to hone their skills and learn more on the sports field or create more dynamic and detailed projects on Main Street.
As campers at Frogbridge grow, the number of “Club” and “Selective” periods each week grows with them.
Here are some of the electives, the campers can choose from:
On rainy days at Frogbridge, all outdoor activities are replaced with indoor air-conditioned activities including all activities found on Main Street and, Hops and Bops, along with rainy day activities held in Windows on the Water, our air-conditioned grand tent, Frogarita’s, and Ribbit’s Ice Cream Arcade.
Rainy days are fun, our campers can make projects in the craft studios, dance the day away in Hops and Bops, win a game show contests at Harry J’s House of Clues, sip slushies at Frogarita’s, make S’mores at Cooking, pile on all the toppings at Ribbits Ice Cream Parlor, and participate in Olympic events at Harrison Square Garden!
Now you can understand why, as we have often heard from the mouths of our campers… Even rainy days are sunny days at Frogbridge Day Camp!