WSP Virtual Summer Camp 2020 Announced!

The Waldorf School of Pittsburgh is pleased to offer fun, interactive experiences online this summer!

The Waldorf School of Pittsburgh is pleased to offer fun, interactive experiences online this summer! These half-day, week-long sessions from July 6–10 and July 13–17 are inspired by Waldorf Education, our WSP camp program, and our community. A sample of the schedule is below:

Early Childhood (ages 3–6)

8:30–8:50 - Early Childhood movement and yoga 9:30–10:15 - Make snack and hear the story of the day

*Craft/project kits will be provided to each camper for use during these morning sessions.


9:30–10:15 - Story and Snack 10:15–11:00 - Drama Games 11:00–11:30 - Recess 11:30–12:30 - Healthy Lunch Making

Additional Afternoon Activities (Grades)

During Session One, we will host special appearances from WSP summer staff alumni! They will return via video to share some of their gifts and camp favorites. Optional opportunities for children to learn camp crafts, songs and other arts will be available during these afternoons from 1:00–1:45.

During Session Two, optional afternoon activities will be available for graders looking to dive deeper into other dimensions of drama with Mr. Mark Staley. Students may join the call during their preferred areas of interest, or join for all sections.

1:00–1:30 - The Voice of the Artist: Reciting Poetry and Understanding Meter 1:30–2:00 - Speak the Speech: Shakespeare in Performance 2:00–2:30 - Ethos, Pathos & Logos: The Power of Aristotelian Rhetoric in Speech, Drama and Life

Full camp descriptions, guidelines, and our registration link will be available beginning June 10th, 2020. We are committed to our programs being affordable for families. No WSP family will be excluded on the basis of need.

Register here.

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