Summertime Thrills stops for a water break. They line up and march to camp songs up the path to the grove of trees in the corner of the Park. Director Taylor Rethemeier explains the rules of Eagle Eye. The Eagle must watch over the grove very carefully to find food and stay strong during the day! At night the Eagle must rest (and close their eyes and count to 10). Everyone else sneaks up into the grove like a little mouse or squirrel to find safety in the trees. When the Eagle wakes up she must search for breakfast! If she sees any tasty morsels she describes them and 'gobbles' them up (and they run back to help the Eagle). The it's time for Eagle's morning nap and the forest critters can come out and scramble down the forest toward the path until "3, 2, 1 - Eagle Eye!" Then Eagle wakes from her rest and searches for lunch! Big high-5s to all the critters that survived the Eagle's dinner!
Are you ready to play Eagle Eye next week? Register 1st-3rd graders for the 9am-1pm half day camp by calling 503-823-2840 or clicking the links below: