1/2 day AM or PM
Where does your food come from? Before you can buy it at the store, it is grown on the farm! In this half-day camp, campers will learn the basics of farm family routines by pitching in with chores, like taking care of chickens and making ice cream. Each day will start with a story followed by visits to our historic sites and crafts made from recycled materials.
Registration for Farm Life Camp starts Jan 3 (Members), Jan 24 (Non-members)
|Monday||Farm Animals||Book: Mrs. Wishy Washy’s Farm, Visit 1900 Farm, take care of chickens|
|Tuesday*||School Days||Book: My Crayons Talk, Visit Schoolhouse, shop in General Store|
|Wednesday||Farm Life||Book: The Hungry Caterpillar, Make caterpillars, PLAY IN CREEK|
|Thursday||Cooking||Book: Counting Cows, Make apple muffins and ice cream|
|Friday||Farm Crops||Book: How Plants Grow, Visit 1700 and 1850 Farms, plant seeds|
*Note: All groups have picture day on Tuesday.
CREEK WALK days will be wet and muddy. Bring a towel or plastic bag for your child to sit on in the car.
Activities subject to change depending on weather.
Living History Farms Day Camp program is accredited by the American Camp Association, the only nationwide organization that accredits all types of organized camps.