Tea with Mrs. B Keeps Kids Engaged During Summer Months

Who looks forward to summer day camp more: the parents or the kids? Mrs. B offers the gift of culture while stressing manners, etiquette and social graces.

Who looks forward to summer day camp more: the parents or the kids? The thought of the regular school year ending in just weeks, has many parents planning summer camp schedules now. Booking enriching day camp programs helps parents set a summer schedule and keep their kids learning and engaged during the summer months. Below are the details for the 2012 summer camp options from Tea with Mrs. B.

Rebecca Czarniecki, better known as Mrs. B (and the founder of Tea with Mrs. B), has designed her summer break program to include international crafts and games, growing a community garden, nature walks, yoga, music appreciation, outdoor races, and more. Campers take home daily creations, and Fridays are truly fun with carnival games, dancing, and an afternoon tea time. The Tea with Mrs. B summer camps give kids the gift of culture while having fun—and the chance to experience a skill building program stressing manners, etiquette and social graces.

2012 Summer Break Camp Details:

Where: Tea with Mrs. B McLean Location

             6703 Lumsden Street

             McLean, Virginia 22101

When:  Daily, June 18-22, June 25-29

Time:    9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Cost:    $350 per person/ per week; $200 per person/ per week, half day

Furthermore, in an effort to teach and guide kids in the finer things of life, Mrs. B operates a children’s tea room with themed events, and leads weekly manners courses that are anything but stuffy or boring. And, weekly school enrichment programs also start up again during the school year.

To sign up your kiddos for Mrs. B’s summer day camps, contact Mrs. B at 202-448-2930! Also, please visit: www.teawithmrsb.com, Tea with Mrs. B on Facebook or @TeaWithMrsB on Twitter for updates and photos.  

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