Group Program is Getting a Refresh!
Autumn is in full swing, which means our School Year Group Programming has started back up! We are so excited to refresh our group programming, by offering some new and exciting curriculum, activities, emblems, and more! Check out this little sneak peek of new things our groups have in store for this year!
Camp Fire’s national office has release new Starflight and Adventure curriculum for our Kindergarten through fifth graders! To go along with this exciting change, our Group Program team in our west Seattle office has been writing their own curriculum on a local level. Kids will learn about our local ecology, climate change, business and entrepreneurship, and how fun community service can be.
In addition to new curriculum, we are introducing the Camp Fire Activity Book, which is an updated replacement for the Camp Fire Activity Bead Book. The book will include fun activities for our groups to choose from including learning about renewable energy with solar car kits, reducing waste by participating in our council’s recycling drive, and so much more!
With new curriculum, comes new emblems! Our council is releasing new bright and colorful emblems based on community service, business, recycling, photography and more.
New National Art Experience Theme
The National Art Experience theme for 2019-2020 is photography! Youth are encouraged to learn about photography, take photographs, and submit their photos to our council-wide photo contest. While exploring photography as an art medium, groups can use our council’s new Local Resource Guide to aid their journey.
Learn More About Starting or Joining a Group!
Camp Fire Group Program is a great way for youth to build leadership their skills, get outdoors, improve their social and emotional skills, value diverse backgrounds, and more. Our School Year Programs focus on providing youth with meaningful learning experiences, and are available for youth of all ages and their families throughout the year.
Questions? Feel free to reach out to Ali Fuller, our Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 9206)826-8980 for more information!