“Celebrations around the World” was our program for Winter Break, 2015. This program featured Mardi Gras & Chinese New Year along with studying the African culture of our adopted student in Nairobi, Sarah Yar Jacobs. Each day included special art and cooking projects to suit the theme of the day. We finished our week with a “Snow Day” studying the Inuit culture. As a finale we had snow delivered and the children had great fun in and out of our “homemade igloo.” Our campers enjoyed the first hour of the “snow time” before we opened it up to all in our neighborhood. Check out our photos of the fun!
Here’s just a few comments from our campers’ families:
“My son was super excited about the Snow Day! You guys did an awesome job!” J. L.
“Cooking is always a favorite activity. Snow Day was a big hit, too.” M. L.
“Everything was wonderful, art, cooking, and especially the snow playing.” H. Y.
“My kids loved the cooking and the art. You selected things they don’t often do in school which made the week extra fun for them. Thank you.” B. G.