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Camping Theme

Study camping using this delightful week-long camping theme.  Pick your favorite books, select a few educational activities, and enjoy a fascinating week learning with your kids!

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Camping Theme

Books to Read

You have two options for using books in your camping theme:

  • Read a different book each day of the week, Monday through Friday.
  • Read your favorite book (s) every day of the week. Kids love repetition, so don’t worry about boring them!

Pick from these 5 excellent books to learn about camping with your kids:

        

Camping Language Arts Activities

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Improve your children’s fine motor skills with these camping tracing strips!

Your older kids will love this flashlight hidden message hunt, especially with S’mores as the secret reward!

 

Camping Math Activities

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Start by checking out these frog math worksheets!

Don’t forget to checkout these hot chocolate multiplication and division  worksheets for your older kids!

 

Camping Art or Craft Projects

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Start your arts and crafts day by making a firefly bug craft with your kids!

And be sure to make your own camping lantern!

 

Camping Science Experiments

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Take these nature walk worksheets to fill out while you’re camping!

And don’t forget to do this Fall Leaf Scavenger Hunt on your camping trip!

 

Camping Social Studies and Fun!

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And remember to take a camping trip with your kids. Even if it’s only in the backyard!

Don’t miss our other free weekly themes for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary age kids

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Sara

Sara Dennis is a homeschooling mother of 6. Her goal is to help moms simplify their homeschools so they can give their kids an excellent education and thrive at home. She blogs at Classically Homeschooling.

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