Summer Nature Trails at Hoffman Arts Camp

This week I attended the Hoffman Institute at Ruth Eckard Hall again. This time it was for a week of music! The class was taught by Rick and Debbie from the local Kindermusik program. I really enjoyed myself. Every day we got to go on nature walks and visit all sorts of neat things outside. I especially enjoyed this big oak tree. We got to do rubbings from the tree.


Another day we sat by the pond and listened to sounds we could hear. I heard a woodpecker!


I made lots of new friends. Although I still deny I made a friend!


I still liked being silly but I was much more calm in this natural setting! 🙂


We played music every day.


We also did lots of fun art projects!


This is my windsock.


I made a map to “the secret hidden treasure” that I later told Mommy was a map to the zoo and where all the animals lived and what they ate.


All of out artwork!


This was a really fun class. Thanks! 🙂

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