Lunch break is from 12 am to 1 pm, where the children can enjoy their home-packed lunch or when specified eat the catered meal.
After the lunch break it is time for the group projects. We like to encourage creativity for this task – the children are asked to think of a plot for the theatre as well as create back drops and masks just to name a few things.
Depending on the kids’ energy a break from working on the project can be taken. These breaks consist of outdoor activities and movement games, treasure hunts, group games or arts and crafts with materials found in nature.
On one of the days (in most of the day camps) a special guest comes in for a couple of hours in the morning or afternoon to break up the daily routine. This could be for example a drumming workshop, a magic workshop, a Frisbee tournament or a body percussion workshop. On the last day of camp parents and siblings are invited to join the kids for the Penguin Show.
Camp days end at 4 pm.