What's going on in August Camp? If only we could share it all...
A flying rabbit and long-necked giraffe came to life in Wendy's Papier-mache and Puppetry Class.
"Doctor," a variation of dodgeball, gave sports-minded campers a chance to exercise strategy and teamwork. In this game, one member of a team is known as the "doctor" and can unfreeze players that have been hit by the ball. These teams went further to conceal who their doctor was or trick the other team into thinking it was someone else.
Beata and Anna helped campers finish bags and skirts in Fashion Design.
Acrobatic campers nailed their routine for Friday's performance.
Cooking with Beata took advantage of fresh tomatoes and herbs from the ACT garden.
Metals and Mosaics with Wendy taught campers new mixed-media techniques to play with light and texture in their art.
Coach Howard went through all the fundamentals of how to be in a team, along with hockey skills. Each class has a warm-up, drills, then a game. Afterwards, they debrief on the 3 W's -- one of ACT's formulas for success: What worked; What didn't work; What can we do next time?
Andre's Sculpture Class started with creating a character on paper, complete with a name and personality. Then Andre showed them how to make their visions 3D with clay.