My students went to Camp Read a Lot again this year!
I'm packing this post with photos.If you want to read more about Camp Read a Lot, you can visit my previous posts (which can be found in my sidebar under Camp Read a Lot). I host Camp Read a Lot in March, but it also makes a fun end of the year activity.
Welcome to Camp Read a Lot!
Parent volunteers work at the registration desk on the first day of camp.
one of our teepees and one of our campfires (outside the room)
Keepin' it simple with 3 rules.
I only have 3 for my classroom as well (be kind, work hard, have fun).
The campfire in our meeting area.
Camping Graph (pieces included in my Camp Read a Lot pack)
one of our camp crafts
Each day of camp we had lots of letters (from parents and staff).
Seriously, how cute are these?
My parents ROCK!
Read Under the Stars (one of the daily themes for camp)
The resources I use for Camp Read a Lot and more ideas about the crafts, daily themes, literacy activities and a list of books that I use are included in my Camp Read a Lot pack.
Camp Read a Lot was a huge success again this year!
And...this camp director is glad she pulled off another week at camp.
It was so worth it!