Week 4: July 5 - July 8 Week 4: Jly 5thâ€“ July 8th
Summer Enrichment 2011
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Summer Camps 1 Invention/Animation 2 Recycled Arts & Crafts 3 Ahoy Pirates 3 Junior Counselors 4 Reminders for Next Week 4
Millhopper Montessori School, LLC President: Christina Miller Administrator: Amilda Clark Newsletter Created by: Tiffany Milian, 7th grade Photographer: Alyssa Hanley, 7th grade Contributing Writers: Ms. Elizabeth Falls Ms. Crystal Sorrow Coach Cam Parker Ms. Nia Haynes Ms. Erin Sorel Mr. Richard Aslanian
The students built a card board, balloon operated car and built a cushion type barrier to protect an egg. In groups of two they devised an elaborate machine to knock down the “Albert Einstein.” On Friday they built a catapult.. In Animation their ingenuity continued and they created Environmental PSA‟s using Flux Time Studio, an online based animation program. They also created mini animations in Animationish. They started the week by making and drawing their own Flip Books. In Brain Pop they learned about Traditional Animation vs Digital Animation. It has been a very production week for these young inventors/animators. To view the animation videos please check out: Millhoppertech.com, click: Summer Camp, then click: Animation
Ty works in Flux Time Studio.
Ms. Sylvia assists the animators.
Liam creates his Flip Book.
Ian creates his Flip Book.
We had a blast this week, making masks, treasure maps and singing pirate songs. “Argh!”
Our dress up day on Thursday was filled with many colorful characters! The fun continues next week…. Shiver Me Timbers! Our push pin parrots came to life this week, as we studied all about the pirate world! Our treasure maps were a lot of fun. Perhaps it will take you to find a hidden treasure! The students enjoyed the adventures of the Magic Tree House: Pirates Past Noon. Next week our enrichment theme Ms. Liz continues.
Recycled Arts and Crafts Recycling, Recreating, Redesigning, Reconstructing, Reusing! This week the crafty students of the Recycled Art Summer Camp created bowls out of magazines, sculpted their own paper, made robots, jewelry and key chains out of magazines and bottle tops, and so much more. “My favorite part of camp was making a bowl out of a magazine,” one student said. Way to save our environment crafters!
My beautiful bowl.
Creating Magazine bowls.
Home made paper
Creating a masterpiece.
Reminders for Week 5: July 11th - July 15th Make sure you order lunches!
Our Junior Counselors work hard helping the campers, helping with computers, filming the happenings at Summer Camp, creating the Newsletter and assisting the teachers. They are multi-taskers and that is putting it mildly! Thank you Junior Counselors for being so dedicated!
Monday/Piesanos Tuesday/Beef „O Brady‟s Wednesday/Moe‟s Thursday/Heavenly Ham Friday/Schlotzky‟s Drama Week I : Munchkin Mediation: Conflict Resolution in Oz! Production Crew Junior Counselor Shiver Me Timbers Camp Baseball Camp Thursday, July 14th-Dress up day for Beginner and Pre/K Theme: Pirates! Munchkin Mediation Performance at 11:30am on Friday, July Splash Bash is Friday Wear your bathing suit and bring a towel. Please apply sunscreen at home.