Camp 1: Who Has a Tail? 谁有尾巴？
The geckos have a tail. Sometimes the geckos don’t have a tail. They would drop their tail in order to distract predators. In nature, we often see creatures performing amazing self-protection acts that seize our wonder. In this nature science camp, youngsters will explore the fun facts about some of those wondrous animals with their magical power to change forms, colors and even smells on a whim.
For Ages 3–5, 9:30AM–2:30PM, Monday–Thursday, July 9–12
Camp 2: Let's Go Camping 露营去
We are setting out for another camping trip this summer! Campers will create a journal chronicling the little creatures that live in our Northwest backyard, hang out in the tents with friends, and play outdoor games. Campers will need to bring own sleeping bag and swim suit/trunk for water play.
For Ages 3–5, 9:30AM–2:30PM, Monday–Thursday, July 16–19
Camp 3: Playful Pottery 陶玩
Getting your hands dirty with squishy clay is a very satisfying experience. An even better way to play clay is to get creative making playful things. In this pottery camp, children have the opportunity to build their own whistles, wind chimes, bird house, tangram, tic tac toe, necklace pendant, ugly doll – just to name a few possibilities.
For Ages 6–9, 9:30AM–2:30PM, Monday–Thursday, July 23–26 FULL
Camp 4: Paper Intersects Art 纸艺
The very first papermaking was documented in China more than two thousand years ago. In this art camp, we will embark on an exploration of this ancient media: from making our own kaleidoscope paper with colorful flower petals, building 3-D sculptures to creating playful toys employing various types of paper sources.
For Ages 6–9, 9:30AM–2:30PM, Monday–Thursday, July 30–August 2 FULL
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