These past few weeks have been filled with dinosaur fossil making, bone tracing, diorama making, story telling, and much more. Our Dinosaur Summer Camp was probably the most popular so far! The children loved reading about different dinosaurs, and creating various dinosaur projects.We created skeletons by cutting and pasting dinosaur bones onto paper. We made tiny dinosaur footprints, or “fossils” in dough, learning about the process of fossilization. Continue reading
Summer Camp at HBMH is always an exciting time of the year. Over the past few weeks, our friends have been enjoying various lessons and art activities focusing on the United States of America. We learned about American history, the USA flag and Pledge of Allegiance, various significant landmarks, the different states and their capitals, studied flags, painted pictures, and so much more. It was fun-filled summer camp, packed-full of exciting activities!
Friends gather around the American and World Peace Flag to recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
We colored pictures of significant landmarks in America.We made special hats, adorned with stars and stripes.Some of our older friends drew state flags from memory, using only a study book as a guide. The focus on detail is so amazing!A pin-pricking of the United States of America. A lot of concentration and focus went into making sure each line was carefully poked out.One of our kindergartners got creative and used the moveable alphabet to spell some of her favorite American landmarks.
Our next summer camp theme, “dinosaurs”, is set to be just as exciting as our recent camp. Stay tuned for more pictures and stories to come!
What better way to welcome the new season of summer, than to celebrate with a fun Splash Day!
Our friends enjoyed a variety of water activities including a large inflatable water slide, water tables, sprinklers, and other toys to explore and have fun with. This is how we beat the heat at HBMH!