Homeschooler Not-Back-to-School “Camp” Program for ages 8-13
Three sessions: Monday, Wednesday & Friday, September 9, 11 & 13, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Center at Glastonbury, 1361 Main Street 06033
(email@example.com / 860-633-8402)
Each day, spend quality time enjoying and learning in Earle Park!
Please wear appropriate outdoor attire. Bring a water bottle, bagged lunch, change of clothes, a towel, water shoes/spare shoes, bug spray and sunscreen.
Monday, September 9: Bird Brigade!
What makes a bird, a bird? Test your knowledge all day long, as we dive on in to various birds’ worlds! What is a bird of prey vs. a feeder bird and what on Earth are pellets? Let’s find out together!
Wednesday, September 11: Animal Architects!
What skills do animals possess to survive in the wild? How are they like architects, and can we mimic their adaptations? Birds build nests, rabbits find dens and worms make tunnels. What can we do?
Friday, September 13: Survival Skills/Locavore!
Do you have the skills to survive in the wild? How would you find water & food or begin to build a shelter? Can you use a map and compass to find home? Let’s find out if you’ve got what it takes!
Connecticut Audubon members $55/day, non-members $75/day.
Advance registration required; sessions with less than 5 registrants will be canceled.
Please register your child(ren) below (or click here for a comparable program for your younger child(ren) ages 4-7 (note that you can register both age groups at once on either registration page):