Backyard Circus! Planning to Hosting: A CAMP for Creative Minded Risk Takers
Build confidence through creativity, while developing life skills such as planning, organizing, creating, and problem solving with a future goal in mind- hosting a DIY LIVE performance backyard circus!
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3x per week
over 3 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Come One, Come All... It's time to throw our hats into the ring, while learning to make goals and to take steps to achieve them! Campers will: -build confidence, develop ideas, plan, organize, recruit, delegate, problem solve, create, and reflect...all with the support of peers and a shared goal, both in whole group and small group settings, and while having a blast! Week 1: Goal Setting, Peer Support and Idea Sharing, Organization Week 2: Advertising, Designing and Creating,...
Campers will literally create and host a kid-sized circus for guests! Campers Will Learn to: -Plan for short and long term goals -Support a peer group in a shared goal -Organize, recruit, and delegate -Problem solve -Use resources wisely -Reflect and present on goal completion
Campers will want and need to spend some time outside of class preparing for the culminating event (the circus), as well as the reflection project. Time spent outside of class will ultimately be up to the student, taking into consideration personal motivation, creativity, and resources. The minimum suggested time outside of class is one and one half to two hours per week.
1. PDF Planning Workbook for printing provided 24 hours before first day of class each week (Part 1 before Week 1, Part 2 before Week 2, Part 3 before Week 3) 2. Items from home may include common household items and general craft supplies throughout the course, but no specific items are required. ITEMS SUGGESTED BUT NOT LIMITED TO: - kitchen items and ingredients (cost will depend on what the camper, with their guardian, choose to provide- no need to be exorbitant) - outdoor furniture, sports equipment on hand, outdoor play items such as chalk and jump ropes - clothing such as hats, old costumes, party items - poster board, paint, markers, etc. Emphasis WILL be placed on using supplies on hand, however, if you and your child decide together that something needs to be purchased to create or enhance something already being made, you may do so! Please note- this is an experience that campers should design and put together as much as possible on their own. They will ask for some support and help, but they will be guided to be very independent. The final product should have a "kid" signature!
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
2 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Louise Deatherage M Ed. Primary Educator
72 total reviews
51 completed classes
Hi! I am Ms. Louise, and it is my mission to ensure that every learner feels special and confident in their learning through engaging and interactive lessons and activities! Experience and Style: With over 23 years experience teaching grades...