Children with special needs and health conditions are extremely welcome at Einstein’s Workshop. Children with ADHD, on the autism spectrum, other developmental challenges, learning differences, and special physical needs often do very well in our offerings. As part of the registration process, we ask for full disclosure about a child’s challenges so we can ensure […]
Kids are given the option to play outside with fun and appropriate outdoor toys. They are also welcome to enjoy any of the fun educational toys, games, and books in our STEAM Play Space. We also have a ping pong table and gaga pit available during breaks.
Definitely! Many camps, especially those involving experimentation, have an outdoors component. Also, whenever the weather allows, we eat lunch and snack outside, after which kids are also given the option to play outside with fun and appropriate outdoor toys.
The content of our camps build day over day so joining after the first day is challenging. In addition, in many of our camps, kids work together so it can be disruptive for students to leave part way through the week. That said, we can usually accommodate a camper missing a single day; there would […]
Children must be at least 5 years old and in Kindergarten to attend camp.
Children must be at least 5 years old and starting Kindergarten in the Fall to attend camp.
Yes, we provide complimentary lunch hour supervision for students staying the full day. Half-Day campers may enroll in the Lunch and Play option for an additional fee.
Unfortunately, we aren’t able to heat or store food in a refrigerator. Please pack lunch in an insulated container to maintain the correct temperature.
A limited selection of small snacks are available for purchase at the front desk.
Most families pack lunch and snacks for their children. We have a small selection of Lunchable-type options that parents can purchase for their kids during morning drop-off.