Waldorf Nature Camp
Spend a week exploring a unique combination of nature, team building, and ecological awareness. Each morning campers will build connections with each other and explore the theme of the day through morning circle and team-building games. After that, campers will learn about different ecological concepts such as the water cycle and the rock cycle through games, discussions, and activities. Afternoons will be spent discovering the natural world of Moraine Farm through nature exploration, games and free play. The week focuses on building a personal connection to the natural world through gaining an understanding of how different natural processes work.
Offering one session: July 27-31
Waldorf Nature Camp is open to children aged 7 to 12.
The cost of this program is $375/week. 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM with aftercare options available.
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Camp Cancellation Policy
If you choose to cancel your registration more than 2 weeks prior to camp start date you will receive a full refund (less the $4.95 processing fee). Any cancellation after that is non-refundable. Waldorf School at Moraine Farm reserves the right to cancel any camp due to insufficient enrollment, or mandates from the Beverly Board of Health. This would happen no later than one month prior to camp start date. Should this become necessary, all fees will be refunded.
About the Instructor, Jennie Yoors
Jennie grew up on the coast of Massachusetts riding her bike, climbing trees and playing in the ocean. She graduated from the Cape Ann Waldorf School in 2015 and worked alongside Coleen Ryan at the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm’s Green Earth Art Camp for three summers. Jennie recently graduated from Prescott College in Arizona where she studied environmental studies and education. Classes such as Environmental Education Methods, and Education through School Gardens influenced her studies. She spent the past six years working with kids of all ages in diverse situations, including two schools and three camps. For her senior project, Jennie created a curriculum for a local nature camp in Arizona. She is excited to be teaching this curriculum to campers this summer!