What's not to love about this holiday? We come together to enjoy a homemade feast and feel thankful for what we have! Best. Holiday. Ever. Kids will get started early with their gratitude practice by making a collaborative gratitude tree together. Everyone will write or draw the things they are grateful for on paper leaves to add to the tree. Kids will do other projects with a focus on appreciation and favorite foods! If weather permits, we'll go to a local park after lunch!
When kids arrive, they will have their temperature taken with a touchless thermometer and sanitize their hands. Students and teachers will wear masks and practice physical distancing. Table surfaces, door knobs, faucet handles, light switches, chairs, and other frequently touched items will be disinfected daily after camp.
Children must bring and wear a mask. Please bring your child in clothes that can get messy, or bring a smock from home. Pack a full change of clothes, plus seasonal weather appropriate clothes and gear, such as snow pants, hat, scarf, and gloves. We do spend time outside and we want the kids to be comfortable. Please pack a large lunch with additional snacks and a large water bottle or other drink. Drop off and pick is done one family at a time, so if someone is already in the space dropping off please wait outside or in your car. Adults also must wear masks inside our space.