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Some of us learned about Newton’s Third Law of Motion and then made rockets out of 2 litre bottles. When they are filled with compressed air and launched, it’s quite exciting!
And yet another!
Hopefully, you can follow the flight of these rockets. The kids had a great time making and launching them! Nothing like hands-on thinking, designing, making, and trying ’em out! Kids: please try this at home!
Wednesday started out very sunny and warm, so we took advantage of that by going down to the waterfront to investigate ecosystems and start fires learn survival skills by using natural materials to build and start fires.
Getting ready for Field Groups, it’s nice and warm out! Let’s go exploring!
You’d be surprised how many times we can run back and forth on this curved ramp! This is also the site of our new game.
Faculty/Student Vollyeball: lots of fun in the sand; it’s a real bonding experience!Miss Sanborn’s Posse!I wonder what’s under this rock? How do they live under all this seaweed?Luca plays the watersprinkler as we learn all the steps to bring us our tomato soup!How do fish breathe? I could lie on this warm dock for hours!Selfie with Miss Sanborn!some glamorous girls outside of their cabin…Aidan is voted “Best Sanborn Face” Won’t Mom be so proud!?!!more glam girlz outside of Aspen!“you’ll never be cold again, Mom!”What do we need to make a fire?This one’s going good!“Are you sure this is going to burn, Theo?” All in all, a great morning. The sun is back out and we’ll have more shots of this afternoon’s classes! Expect our postcards in the mail!
This morning, after a delicious breakfast of waffles and sausages, we had some “Transition Time” for cleaning the cabins, showers, and outdoor games. Two hours of “Field Groups” had us out on the marsh, observing the local family of Osprey, who have nested here on the camp property, and investigating the ecology and geology of the shoreline. Lunch was hot dogs, tater tots, and a full salad bar. After lunch, we could choose between eight classes, ranging from Seaweed Art to Dissection to Evolutionary Adaptation. We have a new game, with a rule set that would make Machiavelli green with envy, based on the skateboard park. And yes, Mom, thank you VERY much for your cards and letters! xoxoxox
We have some structured activities and some free time, and we’re putting it to good use! Everyone is showered, teeth are brushed, and water bottles are filled. Bandits spotted in Wakefield, Rhode Island! If it’s good enough for Tom Brady, the greatest human being to ever live, then it’s good enough for any intrepid 6th Grader!
The girls are having a great time in Miss Sanborn and Señora Latusky’s cabin, or should we say, “salon”?