Trilok Summer Camp for teens & tots. July 9, 2019 – August 24, 2019
July 8- August 23, 2019
Trilok’s Summer Program takes place during July and August each year. It is open to children ages two through fifteen. Every year a central story or theme is selected, often from an folk tale or mythological tale, highlighting cultural themes from a unique part of the world. The children learn dance, music, photography, yoga, cooking, art, theater, technology and set-building in the process of creating a dance-drama interpreting the chosen theme. The session culminates with a children’s performance, which is open to the parents and to the public.
Sample Schedule for Children 2-5 years old (JULY – AUGUST)
9-9:30 Free Play & Welcome Gathering
9:30-10:00 Yoga, meditation, circle time
10:15-11:15 Project Time: Art, Theater, Cooking, Music
12:00-12:15 Prepare for lunch
1:00-1:15 Story time
1:15-2:45 Nestling Nap
2:45-3:00 Wake up, Goodbye song
Sample chedule for Children 6-9 & 10-15 years old (JULY – AUGUST)
9:00-9:30 Free Play
10:00-11:00 Awesome Art or Edible Earth
11:00-12:00 Sweaty Sports or Powerful Play
1:00-2:00 Mosaic Music or Tantalizing Technology
2:00-3:00 Diverse Dance or Thoughtful Theater
Every morning after free play, campers engage in fun, focused movement practices, such as yoga and tai-chi, which offer a great way to tune in and prepare for a full day of activity ahead.
Edible Earth (Planting & Cooking).
Planting, pruning and harvesting, campers grow their green thumb! Students learn where food comes from, how to prepare delicious homegrown snacks and how to care for plants in Trilok’s 5000sq ft garden.
Awesome Art & Wondrous Weaving
Using recycled items and natural products, kids learn how to transform materials to enliven a story through visual art. Projects
include costume making, natural dye workshop, mask making and prop/set building.
Diverse Dance or Thoughtful Theater
African, Indian, Hip Hop and Modern dance techniques offer a wide palate for individual expression. Building self-confidence, campers enjoy their bodies as malleable sculpture.
Character development and imagination games lead campers to invent new worlds and powers. Through both scripted and improvisational techniques, campers develop teamwork and foster positive social interaction through creativity.
Campers explore various aspects of song, rhythmic drumming, and musical construction. Through music making, moods are soothed and body-mind coordination is deepened.
Using story-board techniques and character development strategies, campers work collaboratively to compose short animations. Digital image as set or back-drop for theater bring new levels of choice and professionalism to the camp’s final performance.
Sports are offered daily as a way to have fun, build stamina, develop ball skills, exert excess energy, and build team-work.
$900 / Two Weeks
$1750 / Four Weeks
($50 off if you register by April 31st)
$2550 / Six Weeks
($100 off if you register by April 31st)
$2850 / Seven Weeks
($150 off if you register by April 31st)
Materials fee $50
$45 registration fee for non-Trilok-School campers
Extended Day – 3:00 PM to 5:45 PM ~~ $100/Week/Two Week Minimum
Early Drop Off – 8:15 AM to 9:00 AM ~~ $25/Week/Two Week Minimum
143 WAVERLY AVE.
BROOKLYN, NY 11205
P. 718.797.1700 or 718.576.2563