You may have noticed that 2 of the campers this week look a little older than the others....
That's because they're our mentors! Anjali and Emily help us with organizing and having fun, and are such great influences on the other campers!
Let's give them a round of applause!!!
Do you want to be a mentor for some of our camps? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know, and we'll get you signed up right away!
Today was yet another awesome day at camp!
We traveled to outer space! We learned about stars and galaxies and created abstract art on our canvases. I can see some space in the paintings that surround us in these pictures; can you?
Later, we turned our classroom into an art gallery! Everyone had a place to showcase their art from the past week. Parents came and saw all the art we've worked on, and everyone got to talk about their pieces. It was awesome to get to show off our hard work and explain what we've been learning about!
Maybe one day you'll see some of our art in a famous gallery!
Do you have a favorite artist or space feature you'd like to tell us about?
I'm fascinated by nebulae and the Moon, and love the paintings of Georgia O'Keefe!
Today we traveled to Mexico!
We started our day with working on our sketchbook and explored the life of Frida Kahlo, learning how to describe basic shapes in Spanish.
We talked about what a Mixed Media piece consists of and what a color resist is, then headed to the tables to start creating.
Each "little traveler" was able to make a mixed media piece using watercolor, oil pastels, and pattern paper. We love getting to travel so much in camp this week. Where do you think we'll go tomorrow?
Today was another great day at camp!
We traveled to the Swiss alps today!
We experienced chemical reaction using water color, salt and alcohol on postcards kids can use later to send to a loved one or friend.
After that, we painted like Georgia O'Keeffe, making a reflection of the mountains.
We used Spanish words for colors, mountains, and trees as we created and experienced art making to expand our horizons!
Can't wait for tomorrow!
Today was an exciting first day of camp!
Each of the children started by designing their very own sketch books! We then traveled to the ocean!
Using an experiment to explore color theory, we mixed primary colors to create secondary and tertiary colors.
Using Spanish we talked about different sea creatures and then moved back to the art table and created our own sea creature from clay.
We were able to use many senses today as we created and experienced art! Can't wait for tomorrow!
Oh, The Places We'll Go!
Using Art and Spanish as our guides, come along on a journey around the world!
Through Integral Steps' integrative programing, students will explore a multi-medium, artistic environment, through STEAM learning. Expand your horizons through song, art, Spanish and creative thinking.
Don’t forget to pack your imagination!
Monday to Thursday, June 18-21