4 - 9 years old
Animal homes can be found everywhere. Look up at the trees! Look down to see holes in the ground. See how bubbles form on top of a body of water! Animals live almost everywhere! Campers will learn where animals build their homes, how long they live there, and what their special adaptations are in order to survive in their natural habitat.
Campers will learn about how animals have become adapted to moving a certain way depending on where they live out in the wild. Chinchillas hop from rock to rock in search for food and to get away from predators. Owls have special feathers on their bodies to help silent their flight to catch their prey! Snakes slither on the ground and climb up into trees with their powerful muscles! Campers will play games, make a craft and meet animals that all relate to the theme; animal movement!
This session campers will learn about animal diets. Does every animal eat the same thing? Not at all! Do animals have certain adaptations to find or hunt their food? Totally! Let's explore different animals that can be found in every biome and the types of foods they eat according to their special adaptations and their available source of food.
This camp is for children ages 4-9. Snacks will be provided. Children must bring their own nut-free lunches.