Once a campsite or backyard spot has been chosen, once the tent is pitched or the trail is found, what should young campers do next? How can you ensure that children will really appreciate their camping experience? This wonderful resource has the answers – with over 100 hands-on activities and games that teach children the basics for safe, fun camping while showing them how to really explore the tiny things in nature. It’s also a perfect time for playing games, making crafts, and cooking up the ultimate outdoor meal.
Ideal for unit studies, as a hands-on science supplement, as a science program by itself, or for Vacation Bible School or kids' camp.
The ages and grades listed here are from the publisher; however we feel these products can be used with preschoolers who are doing subjects with older children. They can also be used by older students who need more hands-on activities.
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Page Count: 174
Author: Laurie Carlson
Age: 5, 6, 7, 8
Grade: 1, 2, 3
Topic: Science, Outdoors, Earth Science, Activities