Summer camp is a memorable experience that helps children make the most of their summer. Summer camp is also a place for children to practice vital life skills. Camps encourage values like honesty, kindness, and respect. It also introduces positive role models in counselors and instructors.
Here are some ways a summer at Crème de la Crème can help your child thrive:
Camp can be an opportunity to spend time with other McKinney-area kids. With group activities, games, and fun challenges that build social skills, your child can build positive relationships at camp.
Camp Crème gives kids an opportunity to get outside. Spending time outdoors has a host of health benefits. Plus, in an age where kids use technology for school, recreation, and communication, it can be a welcome relief to put the screens away.
Summer camp at Crème de la Crème has something for everyone. Your child just might find their new favorite activity at camp. Each week at Camp Crème focuses on a different enriching theme to help kids learn about new topics.
We offer children opportunities to experience new things. We schedule field trips for different age groups to fun local attractions. Your child will return to school in the fall with plenty of exciting new memories.
At Crème de la Crème, we offer summer camps with a variety of exciting programming for children ages 6 to 12. Our camp curriculum at Crème de la Crème is dynamic, educational, and fun. We feature activities like:
Safety is a core value here, which is why we use security cameras in high-traffic areas and require all guests to check in at a biometric scanner.
We don’t allow tree nuts or peanuts in order to keep students with allergies safe.
We’re located behind the CVS and Chase Bank on South Custer Road, which is easily accessible from Plano, Frisco, Allen, New Hope, or Prosper.
We have a tennis court, a baseball diamond, an indoor and an outdoor basketball court, and a gym, so campers have plenty of places to exercise.
It’s important to us that our team keeps a watchful eye on campers, so we maintain our safety standards even when outdoors or traveling to a new location.
We maintain the state ratio for summer camps of one adult to every 26 children to ensure we can provide ample care and attention to every camper.