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Hey Mom and Dad – there’s still time to sign your kids up for South Sound Nature School’s Summer Camps 2017, which will be held at Seahurst Park on Puget Sound and in Seward Park on Lake Washington.

The focus of these engaging and entertaining camps will be to nurture connection and awareness to nature.

The  day camps are designed to promote a culture of kindness and respect for each other, ourselves, and nature.

Kevin “Porcupine” O’Malley (the instructor) is very experienced, and the camper to instructor ratio will be 8 to 1.

Kids will come home more confident, more alive, and asking questions about the natural history of our region.

These camps will be an adventure in exploration of the nature world through play, imagination and curiosity.

In addition, they will teach basic survival skills like shelter building and wildlife tracking.

The summer camps will be very safe and your child will want to come back again.

It’s not too late to ensure an enriching and interesting summer experience for your child. But don’t wait! Classes are filling fast.

Click here to register: https://southsoundnatureschool.org

Here are the two different camps they will offer (changing every other week) all summer:

[Girls and Boys Ages 6-10. Sibling & Multiple Camp Discounts. Camp Times are from 9am-4pm]

Survival Camp
This camp is always a real hit with the kids. Based on the knowing of an area and the energy of the group participants come up with ways to practice survival in the wilderness without the stress of actually being lost or stranded. They will learn both practical skills like shelter building and behavioral skills like how to stay calm and feel at home in nature. They will come to realize that they can work together to be safe and help the group get through their experience.

Adventure Camp
This camp is great in conjunction with the survival camp and connects the campers with how fun and exciting it can be to explore in nature. In Adventure Camp the kids will play games together that teach them about group dynamics and natural history, which includes tide pooling at Seahurst, not really even realizing they are on a learning journey.



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