STORYPLAY™ HALF DAY

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STORYPLAY™ HALF DAY

250.00

STORYPLAY™
$250/wk (half day)
Drop off/Pick up as noted below
Storyplay is the kind of good, old fashioned summer fun that today’s adults enjoyed when they were young. In the morning, guides will tell a classic children’s story from memory, share excerpts or read the whole story to campers depending on the length, and group play begins thereafter. Basic supplies, natural facepaints and other props will be provided to enhance play. The newly formed community will sit down for snacks and lunch together. Each day will pick up with the prior day’s play and conversations about how the community could be improved. Each child will receive a copy of the books so that they can read along at camp and return to it time and time again after camp ends to reminisce about the fun they’ve had.

Roxaboxen by Alice McLerran. Illustrated by Barbara Cooney.  July 8-12. Bayfront Park. Campers will love this recreating this reminiscence of a childhood spent playing at creating a town and a community in the desert.  DROP OFF/PICK UP:  Hauke Park, Mill Valley

Swallows and Amazons by Arthur Ransome.  July 15-19.  Bayfront Park, Mill Valley.  Campers will have the chance to paddle off the Mill Valley Pier in child-appropriate kayaks in the recreation of the well-loved story of sailing to an island and teaming up with each other to help solve a mystery. Life vests will be worn at all times and there will be minimal swimming. Guides will be kayaking with the children within boundaries and helping them to select landing spots.  DROP OFF/PICK UP: Bayfront Park, Mill Valley

Weslandia by Paul Fleischman. Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes. July 22-26.  Bayfront Park. Campers will enjoy creating a shared land that is inclusive of the group in the playing of this story about a boy who became the center of attention when he turns to plants as a solution and after he was first judged to be different than the rest.  DROP OFF/PICK UP:  Hauke Park, Mill Valley

Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell.  July 29-Aug 2.  Greenbrae. Campers will have the chance to paddle in Corte Madera Creek in Greenbrae in child-appropriate kayaks in the recreation of the well-loved story of Russian invaders and native peoples receiving their first exposure to colonization. Life vests will be worn at all times and there will be minimal swimming. Guides will be kayaking with the children within boundaries and helping them to select landing spots.  DROP OFF/PICK UP: Niven Park, Greenbrae

Roxaboxen by Alice McLerran. Illustrated by Barbara Cooney.  Aug 5-9.  Bayfront Park. Campers will love this recreating this reminiscence of a childhood spent playing at creating a town and a community in the desert.  DROP OFF/PICK UP:  Hauke Park, Mill Valley

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