Singing the Earthdance Photo Scavenger Hunt
At OUR recent Singing the Earthdance Kids Camp, we sent campers on a scavenger hunt around the land. Instead of a typical scavenger hunt where you return with a pocket full of goodies, we asked campers to identify the items on the land and then gather in for a photo. That way we could look for things like the largest animal on the land (our calf, Violet), and take nothing by pictures while leaving nothing but footprints.
Back at camp base, campers decorated engraved wooden frames and were given a collage of image to act as a keepsake from their week at camp.
We’re excited to see what campers find when we do this during OUR Circus Extravaganza Family camp in a couple of weeks!
Did you know? Those who become ‘sustainers’ contribute $10–$20 a month on an ongoing basis towards the running costs of the non-profit, and receive 10–20% off all courses and camps—including this one—for themselves and their families. To learn more or register: www.ourecovillage.org, or 250-743-3067.