Provide your child the opportunity to learn kindergarten-readiness skills at the 2021 K-Ready Camp, a service provided by the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Behavioral Supports through the College of Education.
Designed for children age 4 to 6, campers will learn kindergarten-readiness and friendship skills in an inclusive, diverse, and supportive environment.
“We will focus on providing opportunities for learning during age-appropriate activities, utilizing principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. Our main goal is for the children to learn and have fun,” said Dr. Justin Lane, co-director of the UK College of Education’s Applied Behavior Analysis graduate program and an associate professor in the Department of Early Childhood, Special Education, and Counselor Education, where the graduate program is housed.
Camp will meet from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays and Thursdays at an off-campus UK facility located at 1737 Russell Cave Rd. Tuition is $200 per child. Choose between the first session, June 1-24, or the second session, July 6-29. Enrollment for each session is limited to meet the needs of each child and to ensure all COVID-19 guidelines are followed.
Applied Behavioral Analysis graduate students and UK College of Education faculty, including a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, will oversee camp. Children will have time to play and learn during a variety of small-group activities such as art, snack, reading, and more.
For more information or to register, call (859) 562-2430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.