Into the Wild: An Animal Art and Drama Camp
In this camp, learners will explore their favourite animals through arts and crafts and star in an animal-themed play!
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learners per class
$11 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
120 minutes per class
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Ready to take a walk on the wild side? In this camp, we'll explore animals from biomes around the world through creative arts and crafts projects and play games inspired by different animals. We'll also be able to create our own unique animal character and star as that character in an original play that we will perform on the final day of camp. I am an experienced elementary school teacher, summer camp leader, youth director and animal lover passionate about engaging learners in artistic...
I am an experienced elementary school teacher, summer camp leader, and youth director, passionate about engaging students in creative experiences and boosting learners confidence through drama.
It might be helpful for learners to spend some time outside of camp reading through their camp script.
Learners will need air dry clay, coffee filters, markers, a spray bottle, water, a one hole punch, string in various colours, aluminum foil, paint in various colours, a paintbrush, q tips, scissors, a black permanent marker, cardboard, liquid glue, tape, a variety of natural materials such as leaves or twigs, construction paper in various colours including black and green and blue and purple and pink, a jar with a lid, tissue paper in various colours including red and yellow, liquid glue and water or mod podge, popsicle sticks, googly eyes, a clothespin, parchment paper, a sock that can be decorated, pom poms, craft white felt, cotton stuffing or cotton balls, a white crayon (must be white), watercolours in a variety of colours, flour, salt, a bowl, a cup, a mixing spoon, a paper plate and modelling clay in various colours.
Learners will receive a certificate recognizing their unique contributions to camp.
10 hours per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Parents may wish to supervise certain art activities to ensure that mess is kept to a minimum. They may also wish to supervise the use of scissors. Although Kahoot is an approved Outschool resource and follows all safety guidelines, parents may wish to supervise its use from off camera, as fits Outschool's policies. Learners can join into the Kahoot game on a separate device or by opening a different window on the same device.
I will write a unique play for this camp, based on the characters learners choose.
Elementary School Teacher, Youth Theatre Director, Summer Camp Leader
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
192 total reviews
64 completed classes
Hello OutSchool families! My name is Chelsey and I am an enthusiastic, and creative elementary school teacher, youth theatre director and summer camp leader. I hold a degree from the University of British Columbia in English and Theatre, and...