Our spring break camps offer a variety of fun and unique learning experiences for students in grades K-8. Camps run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For just $30, campers get a full day of learning and fun along with a nutritious lunch.
Grades K-2: Home on the RangeTuesday, March 12What do the Barred Tiger Salamander, Cottonwood Tree, and Harney Silt Loam have in common? They are Kansas State Symbols. This camp will focus on the Kansas State symbols and why they were chosen. Come dissect a sunflower, look closely at a honeybee, pet an American Buffalo pelt and more.
Registration link: https://secure.rec1.com/KS/greenbush-ks/catalog?filter=c2VhcmNoPTcwOTE5Mg==
Grades 3-5: Kansas UntamedWednesday, March 13
Kansas may be flat but it is certainly not tame! In this camp, we will take a closer look at the abiotic and biotic factors throughout Kansas. Enjoy scientific activities ranging from soil sampling and classifying rocks to observing sunflowers and honeybees through a microscope. Come explore Kansas' natural world!
Registration link: https://secure.rec1.com/KS/greenbush-ks/catalog?filter=c2VhcmNoPTcwOTE5Nw==
Grades 6-8: Blast from the PastThursday, March 14
Fast food, Netflix, smart phones, and Wal-Mart; these are all the things that help shape and define the way we currently live. However, instant entertainment and readily available food have not always been accessible for Kansans. From homemade pioneer food and dipping candles to McDonald's and electricity today, we'll explore the past to see how much we have changed.
Registration link: https://secure.rec1.com/KS/greenbush-ks/catalog?filter=c2VhcmNoPTcwOTIwNw==
For more information, contact Emily Roth or Michael McCambridge at 620.724.6281.