Cloverdale SPRING Day Camp Descriptions
STEAM Challenge! (Ages 8-16)
STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts & Math.
Our STEAM Challenge Day Camps bring together these five disciplines to create active and inclusive learning opportunities that challenge participants mentally, while inspiring them socially. Building water balloon catapults for a fortress battle royale in the park is a great example. Each of the other day’s adventures are just as engaging, requiring group problem solving, team work, and individual exploration designed to bring out the strengths and sense of adventure in each participant. Teams of 8, ages 8 to 16 meet their two STEAM Challenge leaders on-site each day.
Group runs daily for one week from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm during the following week:
March 13-17, 2023
Stories & Crafts! (Ages 8-14)
This group is designed for those who prefer a quieter slower pace and have an interest in stories and crafting!
During each session, staff and participants read parts of a chosen novel, taking breaks to discuss the ideas as they arise. The participants also use crafts as an opportunity to dive deep into a story and learn more about the characters, setting, and plot. Students are immersed in the novel in a variety of fun ways!
Consistent with this gentle pace, this group highlights group dynamics, creativity and emotional engagement through fun activities with like-minded peers!
Group runs daily for one week from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm during the following weeks:
March 20-24, 2023
Payments for above groups can be made privately or by applying AFB funding
Drop off location for all Day Camps above will be:
17564 56a Ave, Cloverdale, BC
* Please note that Eco Adventure Camp and some other camp days will have an ‘Onsite’ drop off which will be communicated by the Group Activity Leader prior to each day.