While you are relaxing outside under the stars, have fun playing this card game with your family.
Hiking can be a great way to explore around your campsite. Visit the National Park Service to learn how to make your very own compass. Staying on the trail is very important when walking in the wilderness, having a compass will help ensure you are going in the correct direction.
Check out these hiking trails around Tuolumne County and go for a hike with your family. Don’t forget your water.
Draw or make a map of your campsite. After your drawing is complete, remember to add labels.
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Today's ActivitiesDo you enjoy swimming in a pool? Have you ever seen a cow in a swimming pool? This is a fun story about a very optimistic cow that wants to learn how to swim. Do you think he will be able to do it? Listen to this story, “Sink or Swim”. STEM stands...
Today's Activities“Do your part, be water smart!” Watch these water safety videos and complete the activity sheets that follow.Before you head outside, watch this video that explains why we have to wear sunscreen and protective clothing. Build a swimming pool...look...
Today's ActivitiesHow is ice cream made? In yesterday's lessons we learned about where dairy milk comes from, and how calcium is important for our bones. Listen to 'From Milk to Ice Cream' and see how that milk goes from cow to the ice cream you buy at the store or...