June 26-30 Welcome to Colorful Colorado!
Is the elk our state animal? Is the dandelion our state flower? Come learn more about our wonderful state! Children will discover more about where we live including our state symbols (flag, bird, flower, animal, and tree). We will look at maps and find our state and the towns where we live. This camp will include creative art activities, imaginative play, and many fun learning experiences.
July 10-14 Let’s Go Camping!
We’ll pitch our tents, sing songs around the campfire, and enjoy the great outdoors. Campers will enjoy arts and crafts, songs, stories, games, and making some fun, camping themed snacks. Your budding campers will love it!
July 17-21 Mountains, Lakes, Rivers, and Streams
You’ll want to pack a swimsuit for this water-filled camp! We will pretend to fish, kayak, paddleboard, and more. We will also explore what creatures live in freshwater, what makes water move, water safety, and how we can help keep our bodies of water clean. This camp will include many fun water play activities.
July 24-28 Wildlife of Colorado
Mountain lions, elk, and bears, oh my! Come learn about these and other wild animals that call Colorado home. We will learn some fascinating animal facts, investigate animal tracks, discover animal homes, and pretend to move like the animals do. Let’s learn more about our animal neighbors!
July 31- August 4 National Parks and Monuments in Colorado
Pack your bags! This week we are headed to the National Parks and Monuments of Colorado. We will “visit” and learn about Mesa Verde, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Black Canyon of the Gunnison. We’ll play with sand as we learn about the Great Sand Dunes, and “explore” some of the cool National Monuments found in our state.
August 7-11 Colors of the Desert
Calling all artists! Taking inspiration from the beautiful colors and mediums of the desert, we will create watercolors, sand art, jewelry, and more. Our artists will experiment with a variety of colors and textures. While we create, we will also learn about southwestern art and artists.