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Need a fun new field game for camp? Check out Guard the Pin, from CampLeadership.org: All you need are some sports cones and playground balls.
As new camp staff members arrive, it’s important to welcome them and incorporate them into the team. Try some of these icebreakers to encourage old and new staff to mingle as they prepare for a summer of non-stop camp activities and responsibilities. Beach Ball Reveal Before staff members arrive, cover a beach ball with “conversation starters,” using permanent marker. Include questions or statements such as: • If a movie was made about your life, which celebrity would you want to … Continue reading
Looking for fun outdoor games to do with the kids? These simple, fun games from the folks at family.go.com are perfect for camp or your back yard. Strap on some shoeboxes and have a Big Foot Relay. Or stack a tower of Frisbees and let the fun begin! For details on all the games, go to http://family.go.com/entertainment/article-mm-77587-10-fun-outdoor-games-for-kids-t/
What’s more fun than telling silly stories at camp? Telling silly camp stories with the help of your computer, that’s what. The Jewish United Fund offers a fun Mad Lib generator. Just fill in the blanks for adjectives, nouns and verbs, hit submit, and enjoy the result. Go to http://bit.ly/gg77A8 to create your Mad Lib today!
We recently found this website chock full of programming ideas for summer camp. The Summer Camp Program Director website has lots of ideas for camp themes, programs, arts and crafts, skits and more. Browse the listings or click on the full story to get all the details about a programming idea. Go to http://bit.ly/gFchbx