Conservatory Kids

Conservatory Kids

Ages 3-7
Campus Barnstable
Dates & Times July 6-Aug. 13
9 AM-1 PM 
Registration See Class Schedule
Tuition: $399

Oink, moo, hee-haw! Join us this summer for a rootin’ tootin’ barnyard ho-down. Our Conservatory Kids summer program is a fun and educational adventure for children ages 3-7.  Led by the Conservatory’s beloved preschool teachers, each day of camp is filled with artistic (and educational!) activities, from the magical world of science and nature to books, storytelling, and make-believe. We will explore life on the farm including gardening, caring for baby animals, and different kinds of farm equipment. Students will enjoy outdoor games, art, literacy, music, and dance based around agriculture, sustainability and healthy lifestyles-for animals, plants and people! Important themes like teamwork and keeping physically fit will be highlighted while participating in fun barnyard games. Our nurturing and gifted teachers have guided this adventurous half-day camp for more than six years, seamlessly blending the young mixed-aged students in engaging and mindful activities. Little farmers should pack a healthy snack, a beverage, and a nut-free lunch with an icepack. 

A fun & educational half-day camp

Led by the Conservatory's beloved preschool teaching team

Kids will love the program's "Down By the Farm" theme, with special games and activities to inspire teamwork and sustainable living.

Students will sing songs, create art, dance like crazy, enjoy storytime, and discover the great outdoors

Perfect for preschoolers and their older siblings

Barnstable Campus  |  July 6—August 13  |  9 AM—1 PM

Two class options: 
-Mondays & Wednesdays  |  Register
-Tuesdays & Thursdays  |  Register


Anne Kullas
(Preschool Director)
Anne Kullas - Preschool Director

B.S., cum laude, Bridgewater State University, Education and Psychology

Anne Kullas has been teaching at the Cape Conservatory Preschool for 12 years and has been the Director of the Barnstable and Falmouth Conservatory Preschools for the past 7 years. She is a native of Cape Cod and grew up in Centerville. She lives in Hyannis with her husband Dave and two children, Shae and Jack.

During her college years, Anne always worked as an Early Childhood teacher.  She started her teaching career in the Sandwich Public Schools where she taught Grade 6 and worked as a Special Education Teacher assistant in grades 2, 3 and 4. Anne then decided to return to  Early Childhood Education and became Lead Teacher and Director II certified through EEC (Early Childhood Education).