I only took one picture day three... busy, tired, otherwise occupied.... what a pity! But, there was an official camera operator so hopefully I will get some more pics from him.
One of my jobs at camp was designing and implementing (how cv speak is that???) the scavenger hunts. I love this job, too as it's fun thinking of activities that will keep a wide randge of kids- from quiet to over-active, from 5 to 13 years old, occupied and having fun for an hour and in teams to boot. Phew......
Day 1 was a picture treasure hunt and the kids looked at the picture, identified the object and ran there to get the next picure.
Day two was an information search and they had to write down the name of the park from the English sign, count the steps down to the river, tell me how many kinds of drink there were in the vending machine etc etc.
Day three was a physical challenge hunt where the kids performed tasks to get their stages ticked off. Get your whole team on the slide at the same time, link two trees with the members of your tea,m etc etc. One of the challenges was getting across the climbing wall:
And that was summer camp day three in my camera's experience.
I'm simultaneously exhausted and already thinking about next year's camp!