Are you looking for something fun for your children this coming PA day? On Friday, April 27th Eat Grow Play is offering a full day of programming. Seed starting and pizza making are top on the list of things to do. Last month during the March Break camps we spent some time practicing mindfulness in the woods. As it was such a hit with children, who found it made them happier and more calm, we will be heading back into the woods for a moment or two of silence, stillness and calmness. The mindfulness skills we are learning can be used by your children to help them during periods of stress.
I don’t think there is a kitchen skill that children love to help out with more than dough making. Personally I find kneading dough to be very calming. There is something about the rhythmic nature of kneading and the warmth of the dough that is just so very therapeutic. Children at camp will enjoy making their very own pizza to savour during lunchtime.
Seed Starting & Garden Visioning Project
One of the most exciting things about spring is watching everything come back to life after winter. We will be starting seeds and learning how to transplant and care for seedlings during our growing lesson. To inspire your little ones to think about their own budding garden plans, I have planned an afternoon art project where children will create a beautiful garden landscape using old seed catalogues to make a collage.
Ages: 5+ (younger siblings may be considered)
Hours: 9 am – 4:30 pm
Extended care available: 7:30-9 am and/or 4:30-5:00 pm (additional fee)
Fees: $55 per day – includes a hot lunch and two snacks
Registration: Space for camp is very limited. To ensure a spot is reserved for your child please complete the following online registration process:
- Complete the registration form (one per child),
- Email the registration form to Diana@EatGrowPlay.ca,
- Provide a down payment of 50% to hold a space. The remaining 50% is due on the first day of camp. Please note that a guaranteed space cannot be held until payment is verified. Payment can be made in one of three ways: