We traveled all throughout time last week here at Kids Kamp! We started the week off by going al the way back to the Stone Ages. We grew dinosaurs in water, went on a dinosaur hunt, and did some cave art drawings. On Tuesday, we went back to the Roaring 20s. Miss Hannah taught all the kids how to do the Charleston. I don't know who had more fun, her or the kids! The girls made flapper head bands, the boys made fedoras, and everybody enjoyed some mobster mustaches. On Wednesday, we went back to the Renaissance and watched a clip from Peabody & Sherman to learn more about the time, we talked about what being a Renaissance man (or woman) meant, and colored pictures on our backs just like Michelangelo did when painting the Sistine Chapel. On Thursday, we had to design out own time machine in order to blast into the future to the Year 3000! We don't want our world will be like then, but we know one thing for sure: there will still be go karts because that never stops being fun. The kids (and counselors alike) had an amazing time riding dune buggies, bumper boats, go-karts, and playing some mini golf. The week was rounded off by going to the 70s and creating tie-dyed peace signs. Psychedelic man! This week it is Party in the U.S.A. while we celebrate all things America and have loads of classic American fun.
Coloring like cave man with caveman art
Mobster mustaches from the 20s!
Coloring like Michelangelo
Bumper boats at Kartville