Shannon Shuptrine, Faculty - Elementery News
Mothers, stepmothers, granddaugthers, or big sisters are invited to bring their daughters (ages 7 - 17) for a fun-filled Mother & Daughter Weekend, May 3 - 5, 2013, at Camp Daggett! Cost is $150 for mother/daughter, plus $50 for each additional girl. Space is limited, and registration is done on a first come, first served basis. Participants can expect a weekend of fun...
Saturday, February 23, 2013, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Experience the solitude of the wilderness as you snowshoe by torchlight at Camp Daggett. Afterward, come in from the cold for a cup of hot chocolate, freshly baked cookies and to warm-up by the crackling fire in camp’s beautiful main lodge. This event is sponsored by Bearcub Outfitters to promote all that Camp...
Petoskey’s Winter Carnival
Saturday, Feb. 16
Winter Sports Park in Petoskey
Events include: bumpjumping contest noon; cookout noon; speedskating instruction 1 p.m.; youth hockey 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.; youth sledding competition 3 p.m.; figure skating performance 6 p.m.; Cardboard Challenge XIX 7 p.m.
(231) 347-1252 or www.petoskey.us.
- Go sledding! Get a sled, make a sled out of cardboard, and just go!
- Build a snowman. Roll some balls, big or small. Build a snowman together. Find rocks for eyes, twigs for arms, and wrap him up warm with a hat and scarf!
- Have a snowball fight! Show the kids how to make a snowball. Have target practice. Set up something to throw at and let the kids get some practice...
Kate Bassett Harbor Light Newspaper Jan 16, 2013
Photos of elementary school children making patterns with leaves, taking “pictures” with cardboard frames, and practicing geometry by way of building forts, flashed across the projection screen during the Harbor Springs Board of Education meeting Monday, January 14. These images-- examples of how children can learn...
Harbor Light Newspaper, Jan 9, 2013 Jessica Evans At times, the long, cold winter months can seem like a good time for kids to huddle up and stay indoors. While computers, videogames and the TV can provide a quick fix for an afternoon of boredom, disconnecting with the outdoors can have negative impacts on children. Alison Berry, co-founder of Getting Kids Outdoors...