Weekly Themes

Every week and day are different for a fun and interesting summer!

Our themes encourage us to be more creative and encounter more opportunities for teachable moments.

Every week we have a different theme for activities and crafts.  Traditional Camp activities such as swim lessons, boating, archery, camp games and crafts will always be the main focus of our days.

Camp Starts on June 26, 2017

This year our themes are:

Week 1: June 26-30

Exploring the Wild: This week we will be creating our garden, along with exploring and learning about local plants and animals.

Week 2: July 3-7 (No Camp on Tuesday July 4th)

Prehistoric Week:  During this week we will be exploring prehistoric cave drawings, what types of dinosaurs roamed the earth, building basic shelters, and fire building.

Week 3: July 10-14

Imagination and Creation Week: We will be exploring our imagination through art! Through papier mache, ooblek, sculpture, murals, and recycled materials we will see what we can create.

Week 4: July 17-21

World Cultures: This week we will be learning about cultures from around the world. We will be exploring different traditions, foods, and celebrations throughout the world.

Week 5: July 24-28

Architecture and Engineering: We will put our brains to work to see what we are able to build during this week. Bridges, mini catapults, forts, and more!

Week 6: July 31-August 4

Mad Science Week: We will be exploring explosions, science methodology, outer space during this week!

Week 7: August 7-11

Pirates, Oceans, and Shark Week: Aye Matey! This week we will be building ships, go on treasure hunts, and try to locate the shark in the pond!

Week 8: August 14-18

Games and Olympics: We will be exploring board games, challenges, and field games during this week.

Week 9: August 21-25    FULL!!

Until Next Time:  This is the week that we will look at what our best activities and try them one last time!  We will also celebrate the end of summer with a picnic, talent show, and showcase our best arts and crafts.


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