Even if we can't meet in person, we can explore nature together this summer!
Our Online Summer Camps are designed for kids ages 6-12.


Weird and Creepy Things

July 20-24, 2020

Some kids love cute and cuddly. This course is not for them. We will be learning about the creepiest, weirdest things in nature- from slime moulds to centipedes, zombie ants to animal farts. Nothing is too gross for us! Zoom meetings will be full of sharing, storytelling, and games. We will also provide resources and tips for exploring nature out on your own.


The DIY version of our Online Summer Camp includes:

  1. A theme to explore on your own schedule. New content will be released each day of the camp.
  2. Extended learning options to do from home, like crafts, recipes, games, and scavenger hunts.

Choose a Pricing Option

$29

DIY version of Weird and Creepy Things

Includes: Extended learning activities

Creepy crawlies?

The more legs the better!

Slimy and weird?

We are so into it!

Lots of teeth?

We think they're neat!

FAQ

What is the extent of parent/caregiver involvement in these online programs?

It’s up to you! Campers will likely need some assistance signing into Teachable or signing into Zoom, but after that they are welcome to explore things in Teachable or attend the Zoom calls on their own, or with a parent present.


Do I need to do all of the activities in order to participate?

We understand that these are also busy times for folks. We do not want to add to that stress! You can still participate in the Zoom meetings without doing the activities from the learning package. As well, you can do the learning packages without participating in the Zoom meetings. We fully understand and hope people learn at their pace in a way that works for them.


How do the Online Summer Camps align with social / physical distancing?

More than anything, we care about the health and safety of our participants, staff and larger community. Our programming will continue to be responsive to the calls for social and physical distancing from Toronto Public Health. At this point, short walks in our neighbourhood for exercise and fresh air are still viable options if we adamantly physically distance. All suggested activities will align with physical distancing. We are also mindful that staying inside may become necessary. At that point our activities will be relevant to that situation. There are plenty of ways that we can connect with nature just outside our window. We feel that maintaining a relationship with the natural world is just as important now ….and perhaps even more so.