Summer Camps 2023
(entering) Kindergarten - 4th grades!
Join us for fun, play, and learning
Campers entering K-4th grades
New themes each week
Learn through experiments, hands-on crafts, and open play
Spend time outdoors each day (weather permitting) at a nearby park
Led by experienced STEM educators (meet them below!)
Small ratios (1:8)
Groups divided by age
Daily snacks provided
Cost: $350 per week
Camp Hours: 8:30am-3pm
Aftercare from 3pm-5pm: $75 / week
50% is due at time of booking
Remainder is charged 1 month before camp
*Price is prorated for shorter camp July 5-7
Questions? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule & Registration
Click Here to join a wait list if a week is full
Fall camps will be announced in early summer.
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Sample Daily Agenda
My 8-year old son LOVES this camp. Sometimes we arrive a tad early and he's peeking through the window excitedly until they open the doors :) He's attended the "Glorious Goop" camp and "Science Adventures" and always comes home something he's proud of making. He tells me stories about how much fun he had with this friends and the counselors as well. Great camp! - He'll be back :)
My daughter attended a week of summer camp at Over the Moon, and had an absolute blast! She loved the play space, and the variety of fun, STEM-based activities each day. The instructors/counselors that I interacted with were all pleasant, organized and seemingly beloved by the children they worked with. Highly recommend.
We enrolled our Kindergartener at Over The Moon for his first ever track out camp. It was AMAZING. So organized and well done, great communication, and he had the best time. We will definitely be back for more camps and open play!
I can't say enough about how fabulous this camp is! My 7yo son has done 3 different camps, all different themes, and LOVED every one of them! This is by far the most quality education and fun we've experienced at a camp. He comes home with very impressive things he's made from art (which he usually hates, but quite enjoyed here!) [...] It's also a nice mix of engaged learning, hands on activities, outside time, and indoor play in their amazing interactive play space. [...]
Zanetha is a North Carolina native, born and raised in Charlotte. After earning a B.S. in Elementary Education, Zanetha moved to Raleigh. She has taught first and second grade in Wake County on a traditional and year round schedule. In her free time, Zanetha enjoys spending time with her son and trying out new restaurants.
Alex has had over 10 years of experience teaching science lessons at museums, afterschool programs, and herpetology centers. She loves to inspire children’s natural curiosity with hands-on STEAM projects and imaginative play. Right now, she enjoys spending time with family and exploring the outdoors. Soon, she hopes to be a museum educator at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
Ariel was born and raised in upstate New York, and moved to the Triangle with her partner in 2021. Her background is in animal care, having worked with over 300 critically endangered species in zoos and nature centers all over the country. She’s been teaching children and their families about animals and the environment since 2012. In her free time, Ariel loves to go rock climbing and go on hikes with her dog.
Kristen was born and raised in Cary, NC. She earned her BS in Elementary Education from Appalachian State University, with a concentration in math, science, and technology. She taught 3rd grade in Wake County. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, running, painting, skiing, and trying out local coffee shops.
We're looking for some great experienced educators (either formal or informal education) to join our camp team for the summer. Think you'd be a good fit or know someone who would? Email a resume and cover letter to email@example.com