Week One June 1 to 4 Grades 1, 2, 3 International Art Teacher: Ms. Laura Wass, firstname.lastname@example.org Room #30 Create crafts originating from cultures around the world, such as Australian rhythm sticks and Kente cloth strips. Get your creative juices flowing! (This camp does not meet May 31.)
Week Two June 7 to 11 Grades 1, 2, 3 Pottery Teacher: Ms. Laura Wass, email@example.com Room #35 First, we study clay pots from around the world and spend time experimenting. Then we make clay pots that you can take home.
Week Three June 14 to 18 Grades 1, 2, 3 Makey-Makey Music Teacher: Mrs. Caroline Lewicky, firstname.lastname@example.org Room #31 Connect the Makey-Makey circuit board, alligator clips, USB cable, and some household materials to your Chromebook to turn it into a live piano or drum set. Experience the joy of making electronic music!
Week Four June 21 to 25 Grades 1, 2, 3 Sr. Sports Medley Teacher: Mrs. Sarah Spader, email@example.com Room #23 This is a chance to play some individual and team sports with your friends. We'll vote on our favorites, add some twists, and have a lot of laughs!
Week Five June 28 to July 2 Grades 1, 2, 3 Sr. Rube Challenge Teacher: Mrs. Teresa Larson, firstname.lastname@example.org Room #34 Children assemble a chain of simple machines (such as pulleys, gears, levers, wedges, inclined planes, wheels and axles) along with household objects (such as Legos, dominoes, blocks, tin foil, and cups) to meet a challenge. Challenges may include knocking a doggie treat off a table or filling a dog bowl with food. Get your thinking caps on!
Week Six July 6 to 9 Grades 1, 2, 3 Sr. Lego Challenge Teacher: Mrs. Laura Lutey, email@example.com Room #30 Gather Legos, blocks, string, cardboard, playdough, and other fun materials. Then work with a team to build a new challenge each day. Challenges may include a monster with a long tongue, or a roller coaster with a loop. We'll vote to choose the most exciting challenges. (This camp does not meet July 5.)
Week Seven July 12 to 16 Grades 1, 2, 3 Sr. Woodworking Teacher: Mrs. Laura Lutey, firstname.lastname@example.org Room #30 Each child builds and decorates a personal box (for jewelry, pocket stuff or keepsakes) from scratch. Children learn the safe use of saws, hammers, nails, wood glue, sandpaper, and wood paint.
Week Eight July 19 to 23 Grades 1, 2, 3 Sr. Photo Scrapbook Teacher: Mrs. Laura Lutey, email@example.com Room #30 Learn to take quality pictures. Older children will also learn to edit photos and develop a theme. Then arrange your favorite photos into a personal scrapbook to keep forever.
Week Nine July 26 to 30 Grades 1, 2, 3 Sr. Sports Medley II Teacher: Mrs. Sarah Spader, firstname.lastname@example.org Room #23 Let's add some challenges. This week is all about improving your skills so you can beat your personal bests. Pass the ball more efficiently, keep it in the air longer, get it in the goal more often, and so on. Bring your energy!
Week Ten August 2 to 6 Grades 1, 2, 3 Sr. Water Fun Teacher: Mrs. Stephanie Pinson, email@example.com Room #22 Bring your swimming suit and flip flops! We play water games, make water crafts, and do water science experiments. Sign up early (since this is everyone's favorite) and remember your towel!
Week Eleven August 9 to 13 Grades 1, 2, 3 Sr. Painting Nature Teacher: Mrs. Teresa Larson, firstname.lastname@example.org Room #34 Together, we study the plants and animals we like best. Then, we combine that passion with real art techniques to create nature paintings.
Week Twelve August 16 to 20 Grades 1, 2, 3 Sr. Olympic Games Teacher: Mrs. Teresa Larson, email@example.com Room #34 Join us for a whirlwind tour of interactive games, including kid versions of Spike ball, gaga ball, softie volleyball, and more.
Week Thirteen August 23 to 27 Grades 1, 2, 3 Electric Village Teacher: Mrs. Caroline Lewicky, firstname.lastname@example.org Room #31 Work with your friends using Legos, blocks, cardboard, and more to build a huge village with streets, homes, parks, buildings, farms, train tracks, a zoo, a marina, and whatever else you would like in your village. Learn how to plan, build to scale, and run some electricity so our village lights up.
Week Fourteen August 30 to September 2 Grades 1, 2, 3 Water Obstacle Courses Each day, plan, build and race through a variety of obstacle courses. Courses will include climbing, jumping, running, crawling, and working with your partners. Dress appropriatey - all the courses will have fun water features, and you will get wet! (This camp does not meet September 3.)
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