Tel: 510-585-1263

41354 Roberts Ave, Fremont, CA 94538

$295 per week!!!*

Summer Camp, 2019
Kindergarten, Full (No More Spots)
4th Grade, Few Spots Left

Summer Camp, K

'I can do, I want to decide'
(8AM to 5:30PM, Extended AM and PM care available)

Drive 'Tesla' cars, use 'My First Microscope', experience 'Science Wizardry'
  • Tesla Cars
    Kids use the spacious outdoors to drive scaled down version of 'Tesla Cars'. Reaching a max speed of 6 miles per hour, with real honk and trunk, the cars have been hugely popular at Leaderboard after school program.
  • 'Engineer with Snugly Hugs'
    Well designed cubes, snugly fitting, non-warped pieces, used as scaffolding, ramps, paths, and much more, use principles of basic physics for children to embrace their creativity, and design engineering marvels.
  • 'Bio Safari! - My First Telescope'
    Fully functional microscope, with magnification levels of 8x to 40x, helps in up-close examination of small objects, specimens of animals, plants, textile, pollen and spore specimens by viewing prepared specimen slides under a microscope. It rewards curiosity, inspires a love of science, and introduces them to 'Bio Land' - a closer look at different life forms.
  • 'Crazy forts'
    A project with geometrically precise pieces of solid plastic balls, and reinforced plastic sticks, which children will collaborate to design, sequence, and build fort like structures in different types and sizes, the project helps the child understand relationship between effort, balance, and weight.
  • 'Catch Me, When I Roll!'
    Children will work in teams to put together their roller coaster like structures. With many different base sizes, and different connectors, simple projects with varying degrees of difficulty. The big fun is in creating variations of the roller coaster for the marbles to roll down in endless ways and the child gets to use the imagination, and curiosity to learn about the dynamics of structures, and gravity.
  • 'Starry, Arty, Crafty, Clayey Day'
    Children will learn how to look at, talk about, and create art. They will learn the skills - Line Drawings, directed Line, curves, cutting and pasting, primary and secondary colors, form-based art, painted paper, drawing rendering with crayons, oil pastels, creating art with shapes and objects, paper cutting, clayey creations, and mixing paints.
  • 'Science Wizardry-Test-Tubes, Colors ,and Bubbles'
    Students will learn the science behind the magic - use ordinary powders to mystically foam into a Fizzy Frenzy, use hocus pocus powder to make the powders change color, and make the frothing color-changing potion to make colors change, and start bubbling right before their eyes.
  • 'Young Architectures'
    Children will create structures, and gain first-hand experience with balance, leverage, geometry and the principles of physics every time they design, stack, adjust and construct. Build an enormous sky scraper, create castles, complete with stairs and turrets… or construct a ball run with slides, black holes, bounce plates and more. Children instinctively know how to stack things, so the fun starts immediately.
  • 'Outdoor Sports'
    Tesla Cars, three legged race, parachute team work, sack race, spoon race, balance beam, agility balance board, ladder toss, relay baton race, scoop ball, 4-square, hop scotch, zip ball, basketball, soccer.
  • 'Beginners Circuitry'
    From everyday switching to understanding how it works! Children will be introduced to 'Engineering Circuits' where they'll use problem solving, communication, understand sequencing, to build variations of projects, which will help them learn, how switches and circuits work.
  • 'Code a Caterpillar'
    Program a caterpillar, with sounds and blinking lights, to reach a destination, avoid obstacles, and arrange (and rearrange) the easy-to-connect segments in endless combinations. This hands-on activity encourages experimentation, curiosity and problem solving in ways kids haven't seen before. They're engaged in hands-on, open-ended discovery that helps them become lifelong learners.
Starry Arty and Clayey Day
Bio Safari—My first Microscope
Coding a Caterpillar
Science Wizardry
Beginners Circuitry
Parachute Team Work, Scoop Ball
Ladder Toss, Agility Balance
Soccer, Basketball
#5 Field Tips

Thursday, 29th June,
"Bay Area Discovery Museum, San Jose"

Thursday, 13th July,
"Exploratorium, San Francisco"

Thursday, 27th July,
"Chabot Space & Science Center, Oakland"

Thursday, 10th August,

Thursday, 24th August,
"Silliman Water Complex, Newark"

Summer Camp Schedule -2018, Rising Kindergartener
18th June, 2018 to 24th Aug, 2018; 8AM to 5:30PM
Week # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Week Start Dt 18-Jun 25-Jun 02-Jul 09-Jul 16-Jul 23-Jul 30-Jul 06-Aug 13-Aug 20-Aug
Summer Camp Drop-Off 1st Snack Lunch 2nd Snack Quiet Time
8AM to 5:30PM 8AM-9AM 10:30AM-11:00AM 12AM–1PM 2:30PM-3:00PM 4:15PM to 5:30PM
9:30-10:30 11:00-12:15 1:15-2:30 (wks) 3:00-4:15 (wks)
Phonics / Writing / Reading / Math Soccer / Basketball / Hop-scotch / 4-square / Hop-scotch / Tesla Cars / Summer Olympic – Track & Field Circle Time / Story Time (Everyday) ‘Bob the Builder’ (3,5,8) 'Young SciEngineers’ (2,7) 'Engineering Snugly-Hugs' (4,10) Broadway Artists / Cooking – (1,6,9) Lego Modeling (1,6,10) 'Artsville’ (2,5,9) 'Thrill Rides' (3,7) Fort Factory (4,8)
5# Field Trips - Schedule, TBD ($15-$35, Extra fee, each trip) : Lunch & Snacks - 'Bring Your Own'
Fees and Discounts - Valid till 04/16/2018*
Buddy Program: $20.00 per week discount for you, and your buddy (valid on fewest registered weeks, of the two buddys)**
Program Regular Fees / Wk
Full day Program (8AM to 5:30PM) $345
Extended Care, 7:00-8:00AM / 5:30-6:30PM $50/wk; $15/day
Before Summer Camp, 9AM-6PM, 06/14,06/15 $50/day
After Summer Camp, 9AM-6PM, 08/27,08/28 $50/day
Discounted Fee
Full Day Camp $305/wk for at least 3 wks
Full Day Camp $295/wk for at least 6 wks
Full Day Camp $285/wk for at least 8 wks

Leaderboard reserves the right to withdraw programs, discounts, Or offer bigger discounts, and make changes to fees at any time. This is not an Early Bird Offer. • 41354 Roberts Ave, Fremont 94538 • 510-585-1263 •