Winter Camp – Making Our Own Stories
Nov 1 - 1, 2020
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
- Location: New York
- Venue: Zoom
Reading is a great way to learn all about the world around us while also enjoying the excitement of stories. Reading also allows us to take these stories and make them our own. During our storytime, Eric will read Freeda the Cheetah by JTK Belle. After the story, kids will get to draw their very own cheetahs and come up with their own tales about them. They will learn about the different parts of the animal as well as how to tell their original stories. Kids should bring crayons and paper to draw their cheetahs.
Duration: 45 mins
Maximum number of kids: 15
Teacher: Eric Feeney
About the Instructor: Eric Feeney is a third-year Vassar student studying International and Environmental Studies with a focus on education. He loves working with kids and learning about how they see the world around them.
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