Curriculum to Build On

For years, people have been asking about our curriculum. Why? At EDMO® we know kids. We know what’s important to their development, what they respond to and how to put them on the path to a happy life. Alongside our nationally recognized museum and university partners, we’ve been crafting curriculum for out-of-school time programs for over 15 years. We see the impact our curriculum has, and so do others. We want more kids to reap the benefits of our programs.

Our time-tested, maker-focused STEAM & SEL programs spark curiosity, stretch creativity, strengthen collaboration skills and inspire self-growth in both kids and staff. License our curriculum to increase your organization’s potential for good, grow enrollments, increase staff retention and enlarge parent satisfaction.

Features of our STEAM & SEL curriculum license include:

  • The EDMO Method®: Integrated Mindsets, SEL & Character lessons
  • Maker-focused Science, Technology and Nature modules
  • Individualized coaching & training
  • Flexible alignment with state standards and program structure
  • Digital and bound formats of activities
  • Extension activities to encourage learning at home
  • Access to proprietary supply management system

Voted SF Bay Area’s “Best Educational Support Program” – Eleven Years Running by Bay Area Parent Magazine!

Curriculum Licensing Details

“I have loved working for Camp Edmo over the past two years. I’ve been a camp counselor, instructor, and after school instructor, and I always have a great time working at Edmo. It is a fun environment for me, but even better I love what it offers to kids. I love how it closes the summer learning gap by implementing educational programs grounded in academic subjects such as science and technology, but without losing the fun environment of a summer camp. The curricula are fun for kids, and as an instructor, I have never had a hard time understanding how to teach them. Most near and dear to my heart, however, is the focus on social and emotional learning in the classroom. As a master’s candidate for school counseling, I have been researching SEL in classrooms extensively for my intervention project, and I am actually taking inspiration from Camp Edmo for how they incorporate social and emotional skills into every aspect of camp, building it into the weekly curriculum but also encouraging all staff members to emphasize and reinforce those skills for the campers. I hope to see similar approaches arise in schooling systems in this country in the future.”
– Annie L., Camp Counselor