We will start enrolling for our summer program 2022 around the first of March. Please check back or sign up for our newsletter to receive information on enrollment as it gets closer.
This program is for students K-6th. Students must have completed kindergarten to enroll in the summer program. The Mobius summer program is a full-day program open Monday-Friday with full-time and part-time options. Students will get the full Mobius experience in the summer plus fun field trips in the community.
Welcome to Mobius! This is where kids can explore new paths, dream about their bright futures, and discover amazing things about themselves.
Our goal at Mobius is to create a safe and fun environment where kids can be kids, they are able to learn and explore through creativity, and will love and enjoy their experience at the center.
At Mobius, we strive to provide the ultimate summer experience! Our instructors (which we call Mobis) will greet the students and lead them to the gym where we will have upbeat music playing to get the energy going and students ready for the day! Students will be able to play in the gym area or outdoors until we start our group rotations. Students will receive a morning and afternoon snack and will need to bring a lunch each day.
Students will be placed in age appropriate groups and will spend 40-45 minutes rotating between our science room, art room, technology room, library, game room, gymnasium, and our fully fenced in outdoor area with full size soccer field and state of the art playground.
Students will have a blast playing on the triple decker slide and zipline outside, will see the wonder of making homemade volcanoes in science class, create t-shirts, masks, and all sorts of projects in art, and learn how technology can be used as a tool to create. Plus, so much more!!
Spaces and Curriculum
Science Room: The science room is a fun experience where students can grab their goggles and aprons and learn through hands-on activities in a safe environment! Kids will be creating their own bouncy balls, forming clouds in a jar, creating a planet, and coding a Lego maze just to name a few.
Art Room: This is the kids’ opportunity to show their creative side! They will be doing several drawings and paintings, leaf rubbing, learning a little origami, and creating their own charms, instruments, and so much more!
Technology Room: Students will get the opportunity to learn how technology is used to create. Students will be able to participate in fun and education games, dabble in coding, and create 3-D models.
Game Room: Let kids be kids! This game room is pure fun. Equipped with numerous board games, card games, and bigger games such as air hockey, foosball, and shuffleboard, kids will never get bored getting to enjoy their favorite games with friends.
Library: A little quieter than our other rooms, the library offers some time for the students to wind down. They have access to books and will be able to read, work on homework, draw, write, or engage in other quiet activities. Students are able to leave their other rooms to head to the library at any time to work on homework.
Gymnasium: Our basketball gymnasium is the perfect place for kids to run and play. Students will get to experience several organized activities with Mobis teaching them new games daily!
Outdoor Space: The outdoor area is fully fenced in and has a full-size soccer field and large play structure. Students will be engaged in all kinds of fun activities on the field and will never get tired of playing on the triple decker slides, zipline, or all the climbing elements the playground has to offer.
- Curriculum-based learning modules will be used based on recommendations by the National Science Foundation, MIT Technology Forum for Kids, and other educational resources.
- Exercise with a gym, outside play fields and a soccer field provide exceptional challenges for children to stay physically active.
- Nutrition conscious snacks and foods will be served as prepared snack each day at Mobius to encourage students to be active and eat healthy. For summer programs,
students will need to bring a sack lunch.
- Rotation between a technology room, art room, science room, gym, library, study room, and game room. In the science room, we will be doing fun activities such as making volcanos, building a marshmallow catapult, and teaching about the crystallization process by growing rock candy in a jar. In the technology room, students will engage in fun, safe, educational games. In the art room, kids will participate in everything from slime art to play-doh sculpting.
Mobius Learning Academy – Monday – Friday 7:30am – 6:00pm
Contact us at email@example.com or 479-224-8077 for current tuition pricing.
We will update the 2022 weekly themes soon, but below you can find last summer’s weekly themes to get an idea of what the summer may look like!
Mobius Summer 2021 Weekly Themes
This summer students will Explore, Dream, Discover!
Week 1 (June 1-4): The Great Space Race – Students will learn about the planets and space! From galaxy paintings and rockets in art to building moon rocks and galaxy jars in science, this week is sure to be out of this world!
Week 2 (June 7-11): Superheroes in Training – From superheroes to local heroes, we are talking about what makes a hero! Students will make their own superhero masks, learn to dust for fingerprints, and build a stethoscope in science, to name a few activities. We will also receive a visit from the Rogers Fire Department this week to get an up-close look at firetrucks!
Week 3 (June 14-18): The Magic and Mystery of Nature – Weather, bugs, plants, and more, there is so much to explore in the great outdoors! Kids will love creating colorful rainbows in a jar, making volcanoes, learning about butterflies, and planting flowers. Let the creativity flow and discover the magic of nature! Field trip to Osage Park.
Week 4 (June 21-25): Kicking Off Sports Week – Whoever said life is not all fun and games didn’t know Mobius! This week is filled with creating and participating in all types of games. Students will play with our 10’ inflatable foot darts, create their own sports equipment, make frisbees, and more!
Week 5 (June 28-July 2): Party in the USA – We’re celebrating our country with Red, White, and Blue Week. What is USA week without a little patriotic slime! In science, students will make fireworks in a cup and candles in science, and in art, confetti poppers, and pop bottle fireflies, to name a few projects. Field trip to Tanyard Creek!
Week 6 (July 5-9): Animal Planet – Lions, tigers, and bears, oh my! A week full of learning about different types of animals and their habitats. We can’t wait to hear about your child’s favorite animal! Barnyard Buddies will be at the center this week for pony rides and petting zoo!
Week 7 (July 12-16): Loving Our Community – We LOVE NWA, and this week we chat with students about how we can all be good stewards of our community. How can we give back? Which traits make up a good community? How can we show kindness to one another? Field trip to Charlie and Willie George Park!
Week 8 (July 19-23): Gearing Up for Engineering – This week, the creativity will fly…literally! Students will learn about and build drones, bristle bots, and helicopters. They will also learn how to incorporate technology into their art projects. The kids will have a blast being little builders this week! Helicopter landing on the soccer field this week!
Week 9 (July 26-30): Going for Gold – Time for the Olympics…Mobius style! Students start the week making their own Olympic torches and end with making their medals. This week will be packed full of fun and friendly competitions, along with our obstacle course bounce house. Field trip to the Jones’ Center for ice-skating!
Week 10 (August 2-6): Exploring Food and Nutrition – What a sweet week! Students will explore making food, learning about nutrition, and so much more! From making homemade ice cream, fizzy lemonade, and homemade butter, to watching soda erupt, what could be more fun?! Field trip to Rotary Park!
Week 11 (August 9-13): Around the World – We’re celebrating culture and diversity! There is no better way to end the summer than to travel the world! Through our experiments and projects, students will “travel” the world and learn about different cultures. What makes us unique? What makes us alike? Let’s explore!
We are planning field trips for this summer! Field trips are always optional. Because of COVID we will only be going to certain places, but know that the kids will love the places we are planning!