During the spring months, the Camp Goodtimes team will be providing programming from our home to yours. We will be posting one or two live videos a week that you can follow along with on our social media channels. After a live video has been created we will post it in the category it belongs to below. We will also be posting weekly challenges for you to do at home.
Tune into camp at home:
- Monday, April 6th at 4pm – Bob Rebs Self Portraits
- All you need is paper and something to write with. Other materials are optional.
- Friday, April 10th at 10 – Animal Yoga
- This is for our campers 10 and under.
- Wednesday, April 15th at 7pm – Campfire from home!
Download the crossword below:
This is Camp Goodtimes' first Campfire at Home! Hosted live at 7pm PST we encourage families to sing along, dance, laugh, and have fun! Our first of many campfires to be held from our home to yours. Comment below on what songs you would like to hear next!
Posted by Camp Goodtimes on Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Start off the week with a fun puzzle, each Monday we will posting a mind puzzle for you to solve. If you have a puzzle you want to share and get posted, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Next weeks puzzle might be yours!
This week’s mind puzzle are picture puzzles with each puzzle representing a word, common saying or phrase.
Example: The below puzzle means “countdown” as the word count is positioned in a downwards direction.
Can you solve the rest?
Answer Key: small talk, too funny for words, jack in a box, deep in thought, broken promise, look both ways before you cross the street, cross-roads, scrambled eggs, backdoor
Every Tuesday we will be posting a couple tricky riddles for you to figure out, if you think you know that answer, test your family and friends!
- Where can you find cities, towns, shops, and streets but not people?
- What becomes wetter the more it dries?
- What two things can you never eat for breakfast?
- I have wings and I have a tail, across the sky is where I sail. Yet I have no eyes, ears or mouth, and I bob randomly from north to south. What am I?
- A map
- A towel
- Lunch and dinner
- A kite
- I am often following you and copying your every move. Yet you can never touch me or catch me. What am I?
- Grandpa went out for a walk and it started to rain. He didn’t bring an umbrella or a hat. His clothes got soaked, but not a hair on his head was wet. How is this possible?
- You see me once in June, twice in November, but not at all in May. What am I?
- Tom’s father has three sons: Jim, John, and what’s that third one’s name?
Answers: Shadow, he is bald, the letter “e”, Tom
Have you every woken up wondering what would be cooler…having a pet dragon or being a dragon? Every Wednesday we will be being posting a “would you rather” question with two different options that you must choose between. See if your friends and family would choose the same one! If you’d like, put your thoughts below in our comment section.
Would you rather….
- Be able to create a new holiday OR create a new language?
- The weather be warm and rainy OR cold and snowy?
- Have a hand twice as big OR a hand half as small?
Would you rater…
- Be able to visit anytime in the past or visit anytime in the future?
- Eat a jar of mayonnaise or drink a cup of hot sauce?
- Have 3 legs or 3 arms?
With all the time spent in our houses, let get creative with what we already have in them. Every Thursday we will be putting up a quick activity, challenge, or craft using everyday household items.
Let’s end the week with amazing stories that will warm your heart! Whether it’s someone in history who did something awesome or someone in your house that helped you out this week – Let’s bring campfire Awards to the virtual world. Every Friday we will post a couple stories about people ( or animals!) – if you want to give an award or shout out to someone whose made a difference in your life, send us a message on social media, your award could be part of next weeks post!
If you’re at home looking for something to do, take out a pencil a paper and start brainstorming ideas – kids have made some pretty amazing inventions.
Did you know the popsicle was invented by Frank Epperson at the age of 11! Or that Louis Braille started creating Braille at the age of 15, an important tool for reading and writing for the visually impaired.