Disney World Camp

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  • #3802
    Meepalot
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    (these are the PPT files used from Day 1 to Day 4; see Day 5 and activity files in other post)

    Please check the camp schedule file first, to see the order and organization for everything 🙂

    I did this camp during the winter (with a budget of 120,000won) and it was very successful. It combines Disney with world exploration by dedicating parts of the days to different countries/regions.

    The camp opens with an entrance PPT and then everyone gets sorted into 4 teams (Shrek, Coco, Moana, Frozen).
    -We made name crowns and magic wands
    -Decorated team banners (taped these to the front of the class)
    -Had some storytimes (modified Pocahontas and Mulan into PPT form)
    -Played various games (of course)
    -Everyday we had some sort of snack as we watched a movie (see schedule for snacks ;). Also I showed them Meet the Robinsons–since many hadn’t seen it and they ended up loving it!

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    Meepalot
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    Powerpoint files continued…

    Notes:
    -For Day 3’s 2 Truths, 1 Lie: each group get s a whiteboard to write their answer. Correct answers earn 1 point each.
    -Day 4’s Final Day Games: I just used these slides to remind me what game we were on

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    Meepalot
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    …files continued

    Here are the activity files (printables). You can find my notes/explanations within most of these files.
    Also note, I changed the “forest craft” on Day 2 to making paper houses (file included).

    Notes:
    -I purchased super cheap LED tealights from Coupang for each student to use with their paper houses and lanterns
    -Lantern Template: I printed these on various patterned and coloured papers for the kids to choose from

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  • #3831
    Meepalot
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    Some lil extras because I’m extra…

    -wallpaper files: I like to have these gorgeous Disney illustrations on shuffle as my desktop wallpaper and screensaver (whoo theme!!)

    -puzzles and colouring sheets: for kids who finish early

    -coupang list: sent this to my head office for finances; includes great links for cheap supplies for this camp

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  • #3859

    Angel
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    This may be what I do for summer camp. All your materials have been so helpful this year

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  • #4264

    Warren
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    Wow! Thank you for all this hard work!
    This all looks great! I’m going to try a lot of this with my winter camp.
    I do have a question about the potions part. The recipe cards mention berries.
    What berries are these, exactly?

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    Adam
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    @Meepalot, thanks for this incredible camp.
    I have a question about day 2, after the quiz you have a slide with masks, does this imply that you made masks?

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  • #4366
    dccsc1
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    Thank you for your tremendous effort 🙂

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