Date(s) - 04/12/2017
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Bucks County Audubon Society at Honey Hollow
Spring Break School Holiday Camps at Bucks County Audubon Society
Have you ever wondered what to do with your children on the days that you have work, yet they have
off of school? Do they stay at home alone, do you hire a babysitter, or do you take them to Bucks
County Audubon Society’s School Holiday Camps?
These camps are geared towards kids ages 4-10 and run 9am to 3pm. These days are filled with fun from
hiking, live animals, stories, crafts, scientific experiments, and nature discoveries! Please note that you
do not have to register for the full week, but you are more than welcome to. Our spring camps are
slated for Spring Break, April 10 th -14 th and give your child a unique chance to study the blooming
Monday, April 10th: “Five Senses of Spring”- Animals use different senses to survive. What senses do we
use that may differ from the critters that call BCAS their home?
Tuesday, April 11th: “Author and Illustrator – Nature Journaling”- Learn about the art of Nature
Journaling as we design our own nature journal to take with us and record our favorite parts of the
Wednesday, April 12th: “It’s a Small World”- Did you know that in one small section of ground, you can
discover a lot about the environment’s health? Observe different habitats, like fields, forests and
streams up close!
Thursday, April 13th: “Swirling Stream and Peaceful Pond”- It may all be water to you, but the stream
and pond are vastly different! Let’s find out how!
Friday, April 14th: “Jeopardy”- In this game show-inspired day, we’ll spend our time learning all sorts of
exciting nature-trivia! Participants will have a chance to show off the knowledge that they’ve gained
from camp or learn something new!
Fee: $45/day for BCAS Members and $60/day for Non-Members
All camps take place at our Visitor Center (2877 Creamery Rd. New Hope PA, 18938). For more details,
School Holiday Camp schedule for the year, or to register, visit our website at www.BCAS.org
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