CDC/State of CA COVID-19 health guidelines will be observed.
June 7-10, June 28-July 1, July 19-22 and July 26-29
Instructors: Lynette Lyon & Danielle Smith
Children will take a safari journey from rainforests and jungles to savannah and desert climates, and will finish with exploring native species. Each day will include detailed habitat and species information on two specific wild animals brought to class by Lynette Lyon. Creative activities will vary from day-to-day, including projects, hands-on learning activities and group games. Phones and iPads may be brought to camp for online exploration of plant and animal species. NOTE: bringing these devices is optional and they will only be used for supplemental learning opportunities. Cameras and phones are encouraged to be brought on the last day of camp for personal photographs with the animals.
This camp will celebrate cats and kittens in writing and art. Campers will create a pet cat to use as a model for the week. They will write stories, poems, and jokes for their animal. In addition they will create the cat in an artistic medium and will design housing for it.
Instructor: Mary Green
This week will explore feral cats and special needs cats. Campers will learn what feral cats are and how to care for them. They will interact with special needs cats and see how being perfect is not necessary for love. There will be art projects and stories, too.
This camp will engage younger children with knowledge and practice of caring for pets through art, hands-on projects, games and stories. The topics of animal safety and understanding pet body language will be introduced as campers experience a pet’s journey from being at the shelter to finding their forever home.
This week is all about kittens (since there should be plenty available.) Campers will learn about kitten care and what to do if they find tiny kittens. They will see how kittens are bottle fed and cleaned. In addition there will be stories and art projects related to these tiny babies.