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Summer Camp 2024

 Pretty Water will be offering a summer camp for Pretty Water Students.
Children entering Pre-K  through children entering 4th grade may attend.

Mrs. Jones will be in charge of the camp and it will cost $40 per week or $12.00 per day. 

If you have more than one child there is $2.00 off a day on the second child.

Camp will be open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 7:15 am to 2:45 pm. 

Children may arrive any time between 7:15 to 9:00.

Kids will have a great time learning and playing in a fun environment. 

Campers will learn some Spanish and Sign Language.
Campers will do science experiments, art projects, read, work puzzles, play games, walk on our trails, play instruments, sing, and exercise. 

Children will spend much of the day outside weather permitting (If it is too hot we will play in my classroom). 

Children need to bring lunch, one water bottle that we can refill, and snacks.

There is a limited amount of space so please email Mrs. Jones to make sure there is room for your child.


Week 1, June 3-6, North American Adventure!
In which class are frogs?
Why do frogs croak?
What is metamorphosis?
Which species of bears live in North America?
What do bears eat?
Why do some bears hibernate? 
Which species of deer live in North America?
Which deer are the biggest?
Which is the heaviest animal in North America?
What do bison eat?
Become a biologist and find out!

Week 2, June 10-14, Awesome Apes!
In what region do most apes live?
What do herbivores eat?
What does arboreal mean?
Do you know the difference between monkeys and chimpanzees? 
What is a group of chimpanzees called? 
Who is Jane Goodall?
Where do orangutans live?
How do dominant males look different from other orangutans?
Which ape is known as the gentle giant?
What do gorillas eat?
Swing into this exciting adventure!


Week 3, June 17-20, Nocturnal Animal Adventure!
Which animals come out at night?
What does nocturnal mean? 
How many different species of bats exist? 
Do bats help humans?  
What does an omnivore eat? 
What is the only marsupial native to Oklahoma? 
What are baby raccoons called?
What are baby skunks called?
What are baby bats called?  
Which animal can roll into a ball to protect itself? 
Put on your night vision goggles and check it  out!


Week 4, June 24-27, Rockin’ Reptiles!
What's the difference between alligators and crocodiles?
What's the difference between a tortoise and a turtle? 
How many species of turtles exist? 
Can turtles ever leave their shell?
How many different species of lizards exist?
Which lizard is the biggest?
Which lizard can change colors?
How many different species of snakes exist?
Which snake is the biggest?
Are snakes important to an ecosystem?
Become a herpetologist and find out! 


Week 5, July 1-3 Creepy Crawlies!
What is an arachnid? 
Are spiders beneficial to the environment? 
How many different species of spiders exist?
What do spiders eat? 
What is an exoskeleton?
Are there more insects or people in the world?
How many different species of insects exist? 
Are insects important to an ecosystem? 
Which insect is the biggest? 
Which insect flies the fastest? 
Become an entomologist and crawl, jump, or fly and find out!

Week 6, July 8-11  Ocean Animal Adventure!
Who is the biggest animal that has ever lived?
What is the difference between a baleen whale and a toothed whale?
What is a group of dolphins called? 
Which ocean animal can change the color and texture of its skin?
How long have sharks been alive on earth? 
Which male animal gives birth?
Which animal looks like a star?
Are sharks important to ocean habitats? 
How many species of jellyfish exist?
Who is Dr. Sylvia Earle?
Become a marine biologist and dive into this ocean adventure!

Week 7, July 15-18,  Dynomite Dinosaurs!
Which dinosaur was the biggest carnivore?
Which dinosaur was the biggest herbivore? 
Which dinosaur was the fastest?
Who were the bipedal dinosaurs?
Who were the quadrupedal dinosaurs?
Did any dinosaurs swim?
What does extinction mean? 
What did the earth look like when dinosaurs were alive?
How long did dinosaurs roam the earth? 
Which dinosaurs lived in groups? 
Become a paleontologist and find out! 


Week 8, July 22-25, Polar Animal Adventure!
What is a group of wolves called?
What time of day are wolves most active?
Are wolves herbivores or carnivores?
Where do polar bears live?
What is another name for the North Pole?
Where do penguins live?
What is another name for the South Pole?
Which species of penguins are the biggest?
How do walrus use their tusks?
How do walrus use their whiskers?

Cool off on this cold expedition!


 Week 9, July 29-Aug. 1, Beautiful Birds!

How many species of birds are in the world? 
Which bird is the biggest? 
Which bird is the smallest?
Which bird can fly the fastest?
Which bird can fly the highest? (As high as an airplane)

Which bird can fly backwards?
Which bird is Oklahoma’s state bird? 
Can all birds fly? 
What are talons? 
Are male or female birds usually more colorful? 
Become an ornithologist and find out.

Week 10, Aug. 5-8, African Animal Adventure!
Which animal has black and white stripes?
Which animal is the tallest animal in the world?
Which animal has the longest tail in the world?
Which animal is the heaviest land mammal?
Which animal stays in the water during the day and comes on land to eat grass at night?
Which animal's name means “nose horn”?
Which huge land animal lets birds ride on its back?
How many muscles are in an elephant's trunk? 
Do elephants really have great memories? 
Who is in charge of the elephant herd? 
Which cat is strong enough to drag their prey into a tree? 
Which species of cat can be black? 
Why do male lions have manes?
Come on this African Safari!