MAKE & IMAGINE Camp Ages 6-7 June 17-21

MAKE & IMAGINE Camp Ages 6-7 June 17-21

350.00

THIS CAMP IS FULL. TO BE ADDED TO THE WAILIST, PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM.

In an effort to provide more summer camp availability, we have divided Make & Imagine Camp into two ages groups this year, one week for ages 6&7 and one week for 4&5.

This all-outdoor camp is an opportunity for young children ages 6-7 to explore and connect with nature.  Join us as we hike, discover our natural surroundings, build with found materials, and engage in open-ended art projects.  This child-directed program will follow the interests and needs of the group.  For example, we may find a fairy note in the morning, gather natural materials as we hike and construct a eucalyptus castle together, or perhaps the group will have a lot of big energy, so we hike to a site that supports climbing, running and fort building.  Each daytime teachers will bring tools, materials and books to enrich our experiences.  Children's interests, love of play, and social emotional development will guide our week-long journey together.  This camp is facilitated by Grace Bueti Malloy and Hope Kremer, and hosted at Poco Farm and the surrounding preserve.

June 17-21  9 am- 2 pm

*New later hours this year as per parental request* 

$350 for the five day program, please register by April 15th

Grace Bueti Malloy co-owns Poco Farm with her husband Dan.  There, she learns alongside lots of children about how to be closer with our food and fiber systems.  The 4 acre urban farm is home to laying chickens, dairy goats, pigs, meat chickens, citrus, stonefruit, herbs, and more, and is host to the 2 acre organic veggie farm owned by Emily and Tyler Staalberg called Steel Acres.

Hope Kremer grew up in the woods of New England where she played freely with her siblings making mud pies on creek banks, running through fields, and picking wild berries. These early experiences instilled in her a sense of wonder and love for the natural world. Currently, Hope is a preschool teacher at Oak Grove School, where she uses the arts of storytelling, song, poetry, movement, and play, to help children and families develop their own powers of imagination, and through these powers build a relationship with the earth we share.

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