Sea Star pancakes by Mark Shipwrecked by Leslie & David Sea Creature Scarves by Kathy & Cindi Roasting fishmallows on Shipwreck Island Underwater Music by Sama Hiking to our next station with our cool new spiffy organic cotton ENC bags.
Watching the Movie the Red & Purple group made about pollution.
Kathy shows campers where the Pacific Gyre is. Being interviewed by Sama. New friends! Popcorn Party! Classifying intertidal organisms. Sama tells a story.
Meeting a live dinosaur. Petting the dinosaur. Singing at the log area. Chuckie, the iguanasaur Cracking open our dinosaur egg. Eating our dinosaur egg. Melissa and Chuckie. eating buckwheat pancakes. Cave painting.
Learning about Radio waves and talking to people far away. Using a pump drill. Playing a Pirate game. Arrrg! In our “kitchen.” Making string. In the shade. Finding an antler in the midden. Finding a bone in the midden. Making an inference. Digging in the midden.
Making fossils. We filled impressions left by dinosaur bones (mold fossils) with plaster to create cast fossils.Leslie describes how the Native Americans used buckeye to paralyze fish for easier spearing.Nick’s campers relax under the shady canopy of oak trees, coloring dinosaurs.Mark’s campers create tiny Native American shelters.
Mr. Dan shows his After Camp Art students how to draw a rabbit.Mark shows his After Camp Outdoor Skills campers how to tie some sort of knot (I asked but I already forgot what kind).
Today we visited the OC Zoo. While half of us went to the zoo, the other half of us went to the Irvine Park Nature Center(then we switched, of course). Unfortunately I got stuck in the Nature Center, so I have no pictures of the zoo!