Winter Break Camp registration is open!


Winter Camp

December 27 & 28, 2018
January 2, 3 & 4, 2019

For students in Kindergarten - 6th grade

Sign up for a single day, or all 5. Each day has a different theme!

Cost: $50/day
Camp Day: 9 AM - 3 PM Daily (drop-off as early as 8 AM!)
Optional care from 3 - 5 PM for an additional fee.

My daughter attended one day of Spring Break Camp, and begged for more! This was the perfect opportunity to get my little city kid out in nature, and I plan to sign her up again in the future.
— 2018 Spring Break Camp Parent

Each day will include games, nature exploration, art projects, visiting the animals and more! See below for daily themes.

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Thursday, December 27
Winter in the Woods

It may seem quiet and still in the winter forest but there’s actually a lot going on! We will travel the forest trails and investigate the woods for signs of life and activity. We will practice animal tracking, explore the seasonal creek, go on a scavenger hunt, see what the farm animals do in the winter, and cozy up in the classroom to make some winter-themed art.

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Friday, December 28
Nature Art

Unleash your wild and wacky creative side! We will use natural items to create beautiful art. From paint to clay, feathers to wool, we will explore a variety of mediums while drawing inspiration from the forest and farm around us. We gather supplies and play games along the trails, visit the animals to see where our wool comes from and end the day with an art to show to admire each others’ beautiful work!

Wednesday, January 2
Feast in the Forest

Let’s warm up with yummy food that we cook together! We will make soup, bake bread outdoors, brew tea with forest plants and finish the day with something sweet. In between stirring and kneading and measuring, we will feed the farm animals, go on a forest adventure, create some art, and maybe even make a treat for the wild birds.

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Thursday, January 3
Water and Fire

We will explore all the wet and wild places as well as bring fire to life during this fun-filled day. We will visit puddles, marshy areas, seasonal and year-round creeks and then practice fire safety and build our own campfire. Maybe we’ll even roast marshmallows! We will create some art inspired by these two important elements, spend plenty of time with the farm animals, and cozy up inside for stories and games.


Friday, January 4
Winter Animals

Do bears really hibernate? How come frogs don’t freeze? Do the farm animals need extra winter care? We will explore how our forest and farm friends cope with cold. We will make sure the farm animals are cared for, look for tracks and signs of animals in the woods, build our own cozy animal den and more!