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Sprouts Camp

Young children can sprout into Urban Adamah campers during our Sprouts Camp sessions. Designed specifically for children entering preschool and Kindergarten, Sprouts Camp introduces campers to farming, Judaism, and community. Sprouts campers enjoy their day exploring our organic farm and learning how to be great helpers to the crops, animals, and each other. With Jewish teachings and stories guiding their experience, Sprouts week introduces young children to Judaism’s deep connections to the natural world and their place in it.

What Happens At Sprout Camp?

Daily activities at Summer Camp include gardening, feeding chickens and collecting eggs, music and stories, community-building games, farm-to-fork food preparation, arts and crafts, nature connection activities, creek exploration, making snacks with a bicycle-powered blender and solar oven.

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A Day at Urban Adamah

Summer camp runs Monday through Friday, from 9:00 am–3 pm. Campers may arrive beginning at 8:30am. The After-Camp Program runs from 3–5:30 pm and is available for an additional fee [link to Rates page] for all camp weeks.

8:30 am
Drop off
9:00 am
Free-Choice Games and Activities​
9:20 am
Opening Circle​
9:30 am
Kvutsah (Small Group) time
10:00 am
Earth Care (plants & animals) / People Care (snack-making) / Fair Share (harvesting for free farmstand)​
10:30 am
Snack & Farm Skit
11:00 am
Morning Activity Rotation
12:00 pm
Handwashing & Lunch
12:30 pm
Storytime and Free Play Options
12:50 pm
Song Session in the Big Tent​
1:10 pm
Floats (Afternoon Free-choice Activity Options)
2:25 pm
Kvutsah (Small Group) time & Afternoon Snack
2:45 pm
Closing Circle
3:00 pm
3-5:30 pm
After-Camp (additional fee)

After Camp Program

Urban Adamah offers an After-Camp Program extended day option (3–5:30 pm) for all camp weeks. Staffed by our Urban Adamah Camp counselors, After-Camp offers a relaxed farm experience at the end of the camp day. Each day, campers will be provided a snack and will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities, including arts and crafts, games, cooking, creative farm projects and quiet-time activities.


Sprouts weeks are open to children entering preschool and Kindergarten (at least age 3 and potty trained). If you have children that are in 1st-5th grade, please see our Main Camp sessions.