Kirkland Casey’s Club Presents:
Summer Camp 2019
The Perfect Ten: Making Friends Can Be As Easy As 1, 2, 3!
Camp Overview for Parents and Professionals
Each day your child will be asked to participate in activities including brainstorming, role playing, dancing, playing games, conversing, doing art, problem solving, and more. There are two skills per day. As your child participates in the activities, he/she will earn a bead that represents completion. At the end of the week your child should have 10 beads and will earn a certificate of completion.
Between the first and second skill, the kids will have a break we call Snack and Chat. We provide snack. You can contribute to the Casey’s Camp by reviewing the skills we learn each day. We encourage you to play games with your child and ask him/her to teach you what he/she learned in Casey’s Camp. Finally, give your child positive feedback on the skills he/she demonstrates as you observe the behaviors.
Day 1 (Monday)
Skill 1 – Qualities of Friendship: Kids will work together and discover what makes a good friend. They will assess their own qualities and identify skills they need to work on.
Skill 2 – Motivation: Kids will determine their own motivation to make friends. What are the pros and cons of friendship? They will brainstorm lists and discover their individual challenges in making new friends and/or keeping friends and become better friends in the process.
Day 2 (Tuesday)
Skill 3 – Breaking the Ice: Kids will practice greeting, striking up conversation, and inviting themselves into a game.
Skill 4 – Welcoming Friendship: Kids will learn how to encourage friendship through role-playing and interaction. They will learn the art of back and forth conversation.
Day 3 (Wednesday)
Skill 5 – Emotional Self-Regulation: Kids will learn how to recognize their feelings when they play and interact with other children. They will learn the skill of positive self-talk and behavioral calming techniques that will aid in friendships. They will watch and analyze a movie in which the main character changes his perspective using self-talk.
Skill 6 – Responding to Friends: Kids will learn how to read and respond to their friends’ feelings, words, and behaviors by using empathy and compassion. Kids will role-play expressing and responding to emotions.
Day 4 (Thursday)
Skill 7 – Playing Fair: Kids will brainstorms different ideas on playing fairly with others. Then they will practice those skills through playing board games and interacting while group leaders assist in redirecting unfair behavior and reinforcing fair behavior.
Skill 8 – Sharing, Flexibility, “It’s Monkey!”: Kids will learn when to be flexible and when to have boundaries. They will learn how to use our saying, “Its Monkey”, when problems are small through role-playing and board games.
Day 5 (Friday)
Skill 9 – Conflict Resolution, Bullying, and Mean Behavior: Kids will learn how to resolve problems using our 4-square problems program. They will practice how to create win-win solutions with friends as well as how to build resiliency and self-confidence.
Skill 10 – Self-Esteem: Kids will identify what makes them special, how to value themselves as individuals and as good friends to others. They will assess their progress throughout the week and get a Perfect 10 certificate upon completion of the camp.
Both camps are one week: Monday -Friday, 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Camp 1: Fall grades 1st – 3rd July 22nd-26th 2019
Camp 2: Fall grades 4th – 6th July 29th– August 2nd 2019
Casey’s Clubhouse “
8752- 122nd Ave NE
Kirkland, WA 98033
Directions: Casey’s Clubhouse is located in the Jonesco Office Park. Go all the way back, up the incline to the right. We are the second office from the end.
One week of camp is $575.00-deposit of $150.
$425.00 remaining to be paid first day of Camp.
A deposit of $150 is due by June 29th, to hold your child’s space. The deposit includes the $150.00 for registration, prizes and materials. Deposit is non refundable for cancellations made one week prior to start of Camp. Please make all checks to: Leslie Fields, LMHC
Snack and Materials
Snacks and materials are provided.
To enroll your child in Summer Camp 2018, complete and return the Registration Form (last page of this document) with your deposit $150.
Please make checks payable to Leslie Fields.
Mail deposit and Registration Form to: Casey’s Clubhouse
8752- 122nd Ave NE
Kirkland, WA 98033
Leslie Fields, MEd, LMHC, www.lesliefieldscounseling.com
Leslie Fields is a licensed mental health counselor, a Sandplay Practioners, a certified school counselor, and an experienced classroom teacher.
Over the past 40 years she has worked with children and parents in both public and private settings. She has also, presented and taught Internationally for 15 of those years.
Ms. Fields has shared Wally’s Club in Seattle since 1997. And has co- facilitated Casey’s Club since 2007. She has a private practice in Kirkland, WA. working individually with children, teens and parents.
Soo Chin, M.Ed.
Soo Chin has great passion for helping children. She focuses on building trusting and safe environment to encourage children to reach their potential in their personal, social, and academic lives. She has been working with children for past 30 years as a volunteer, parent, and as a school counselor. She has Master’s in Education, in School Counseling, National Board Certify School Counselor, and Love and Logic Parenting class facilitator.