Spring Explorers Vacation Camp 2017
April 17th – 21st, 9am – 3pm
Camp for Grades K – 4. Come for one day or all five.
Monday – Glorious Mud ~ Do you love mud? We’ll discover the creatures who also love mud and be wildly creative as we build mud sculptures, make mud paintings, and paint ourselves with mud for camouflage games.
Tuesday – Where the Wild Ones Play ~ Come on a quest through the woodlands of BEEC. We will learn how to use a map and compass. Then we’ll practice our skills as clues lead us on a journey to discover where the wild ones are, and play games that mimic their springtime behaviours.
Wednesday – Vernal Pool Party ~ What is that creature swimming in the water? Whose eggs are those? What will that become? Come discover these giant mysterious puddles that appear each spring in our forest and meet the fascinating metamorphosing critters who use them.
Thursday – Tree Houses for Fairies & Friends ~ Let’s create a world of magic, adventure, secrets and mysteries in the trees. Come build homes for mythical creatures that can out-fox nosy humans, dangerous predators, and rival magicians. We’ll play enchanted games, read magical stories, and let our imaginations run free.
Friday – Earth Day Extravaganza ~ Come join us in celebration of Earth Day, with a focus on tremendous trees. We will learn about the history of the day, partake in a special project at BEEC, be creative with tree art, and play games.
Wondering if there is space in a day of camp? Go to the registration form. If a day is full it will give the option of signing up for the wait list. If you do not receive an email from us confirming your registration, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!
Members: $35/day, $150/week, Non-members: $45/day, $200/week
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Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center’s (BEEC) Nature Explorers Camps are for the young person who enjoys the natural world. Our goal is to foster children’s love of nature in a safe, supportive environment. Campers spend most of each day outdoors, in small groups, exploring the forests, meadows and waters of our 60 open acres. Non-competitive games, stories, art projects, music and sledding at the end of the day add to the Nature Explorers Camp experience. Children return year after year, excited to visit special places such as Grandmother Tree and Turtle Rocks. They also return knowing that there is much fun to be had! Campers investigate the lives’ of their wild neighbors, learn naturalist skills, explore wildlife habitats, develop their sensory awareness skills, venture off-trail, and discover a sense of magic and wonder in the Great Outdoors! Learn more about BEEC youth programs here.
See what families have to say about BEEC youth programs here. Find photos from various years of Winter & Spring Explorers here. You can also listen to a WKVT Radio interview podcast here to learn more about Winter Camp at BEEC.
Winter Explorers Vacation Camp
We had a lot of fun exploring the winter world!
Here’s what we did:
Monday – Over and Under the SnowTuesday – Who’s In There?
Wednesday – Art for Animals
Thursday – Tracking the Wild Ones
Friday – Warmth Even in Winter