Summer SNAP Registration is OPEN for
both O‘ahu AND Maui!
Find out why parents are raving about SNAP!
- “Hands-on activities, encounters with nature, and encouraging educators”
- “Kids get to play, learn, and be outdoors”
- “Terrific group leaders with positive energy”
- “The best summer program there is!”
The Hawaii Nature Center provides a fun, outdoor, multi-disciplinary educational experience for your child. The day camps are led by the Nature Center’s corps of professional adult educators that combine outdoor exploration with hands-on education. As always, HNC provides a low educator-to-child ratio.
Weekly themes are focused on Hawaii’s natural history, environmental science, and sustainability. Each week SNAP kids are fully engaged in the outdoors through hiking, fishing, bug hunting, nature games and crafts. During the summer, we rotate through four different themes; no two weeks are exactly the same as our curriculum and activities are constantly being updated and revised. SNAP also includes two field trips each week to explore off-site ecosystems, including tide pools and wetlands. Sample SNAP themes:
- Wonderful World of Water
- Ahupua`a, O`opu, and You!
- In Nature’s Footsteps: Adventures in Biomimicry
- Amazing Arthropods
- Art in Nature, Nature in Art
- Happy Habitats
- Malama Honua
What: 5-day SNAP Day Camp
Ages: 6-11 years
When: School intersessions (Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring)
Price: Please see registration form for pricing information.
For OAHU – 7:45 am – 3:00 pm with extended care available from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
For MAUI – 8:00 am – 3:00 pm.
To register for SNAP, print and fill out the appropriate registration form.
Mail ALL SNAP registration forms to:
Hawaii Nature Center
2131 Makiki Heights Drive
Honolulu, HI 96822
Fax (808) 955-0116
E-mail as a PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information regarding SNAP registration, contact us at (808) 955-0100 ext. 126. For information on the weekly themes or anything pertaining to the educational aspect of the program, contact: (808) 955-0100 ext. 131 for OAHU or (808) 244-6500 for MAUI.