Being outside in nature gives kids a leg up for learning. We are excited about the opportunity for Pine Tree Camp to be a part of your summer programming to help offset learning loss for your students with disabilities.
Social and emotional learning and physical well being has never been more crucial for students and our fully accessible campus has hundreds of acres and dozens of opportunities to safely get your students outside and socializing with peers again.
Well being benefits learning and the chance to explore and try new things enhances motor development and curiosity; two critical pieces to help offset learning loss and provide kids with a level of normalcy before returning to the classroom this fall.
Pine Tree Camp Adventure Day Pass – Safely spend the day at Pine Tree Camp with your students. Kayak, swim, hike accessible nature trails, ride a bike, spend time in a real treehouse and take aim in the archery pavilion. All activities are fully accessible and staff is on-hand to provide support. NEW ACTIVITY: Adaptive Biking – Pine Tree Camp’s new fleet of adaptive bikes offer a new way to explore our nature trail system. Learn more and register now.
Pine Tree Camp to You – Created and led by educators, this fun-filled curriculum is delivered online via Zoom and also includes self-guided activities, providing kids the chance to virtually connect with friends from all over the State of Maine and hone their learning skills at the same time. Materials are provided by Pine Tree Camp and mailed to the camper’s home. Learn more and register now.
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