Use of Technology
A Sample day of the FRACTURED FAIRY TALES CAMP
8:30-9:30 Free play - games, building toys, puzzles, free draw/coloring, visit with the guinea pigs
9:30-10:00 Guided movement activity (Go Noodle or Brain Breaks)
10:00 SNACK Listen to, read and view examples of Fractured Fairy Tales
10:15-11:00 Older group (8-11 year olds) will go to Drama Room to play drama games and practice the week's
skit, "The Stinky Cheese Man" (A funny version of the "Gingerbread Man")
Younger group (5-8 year olds) will stay in the Art of STEM room and create either a gingerbread man or a stinky cheese character out of salt dough. Then design a boat that can carry the character
across a tub of water without sinking.
11:00-11:45 GROUPS SWITCH rooms and do similar activities modified for the age differences
11:45-12:00 Clean up
1:00-1:45 Older group goes to drama room or outside to play games shuch as Spud, 4Corners, Chicken in
in the Hen House, or Trolls, Giants, and Ogres.
Younger group begins making costumes (lots of cardboard, tissue paper, felt, and imagination!)
1:45-2:00 GROUPS SWITCH and do similar activities modified for the age differences
2:00-2:45 Older group stays in the drama room or technology room and create an animated movie of
of a fractured fairy tale on Tunetastic or do a robotic coding activity
Younger group Science/ Art stays in the Art of STEM room and participates in a science experiment
2:45-3:00 GROUPS SWITCH
3:00-3:45 Older Group has free Technology time
Younger group create Fractured Fairy Tale character out of Fuse Beads and make a backpack clip
3:45-4:30 GROUPS SWITCH
4:30-Pick up Board games, bingo, coloring, building blocks
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