Hatchet Summer Camp: Could You Survive?
In this week-long summer camp, Hatchet super fans will come together to discuss the book and complete activities, play games, and create projects inspired by this best-selling novel written by Gary Paulsen!
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Completed by 4 learners
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learners per class
$10 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
40 minutes per class
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Students must have read (and enjoyed!) the novel Hatchet before this class. We will be completing a series of activities based on the book, so students should come prepared to discuss, create, and play! Please make sure you have all handouts printed and materials purchased before this class. We will create a water filtration system on the last day. Required materials to be purchased are in the materials section. If materials are not gathered ahead of time, students can still come to class and...
Materials for the homemade water filtration system: 1. Mason jar or bowl 2. Sand (about 1 cup) 3. Gravel (about 1 cup) 4. Four coffee filters 5. A plastic cup with a hold cut out of the bottom 6. Dirty water (water mixed with mud, leaves, rocks, etc. or pond water) **Note: they will put the sand, gravel, coffee filters in the plastic cup and use the mason jar or bowl to "catch" the filtered water dripping through. It is helpful if the cup can rest in the mason jar with some space between the bottom of the cup and the bottom of the mason jar.**
3 hours 20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will create a project on the last day of the camp. They need parental guidance to cut a hole at the bottom of a cup. This should be done ahead of class by the parent. Students CANNOT drink the water, even after being filtered.
Hannah DulinPassionate Teacher & Lifelong Learner
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