Stomp, Chomp, Big Roars!  Here come the dinosaurs!


Schedules change per class.  However, each group will participate in the activities listed on this sample schedule.

9:00-9:30  Storytime and music

9:30-10:00 Indoor play

10:00-10:30 Craft

10:30-11:00 Snack

11:00-11:30 Outdoor play

11:30-11:45 Bible Reflection

11:45 Dismissal


Students will read a theme related book each day.  At the culmination of camp the children will bring home their own fact finding book featuring the dinosaurs from the literature.  Additional theme related books will be available in the classroom library for children to read during class time.

Books to be enjoyed this year:

The Dinosaur Who Lived in My Backyard by Susan Davis

Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs by Byron Barton

If The Dinosaurs Came Back by Bernard Most

Dinosaurumpus by Tony Mitton

How Big Were The Dinosaurs by Bernard Most

Students will make a theme related snack each day.  Please inform of the preschool of any food allergies.

The snacks for dino camp include:

Herbivore lunch (hummus and veggies)

Carnivore lunch (turkey, cheese, and crackers)

Swamp dip (guacamole and chips)

Dino nest (pudding, graham cracker crumbs, jelly belly beans)

Dino eggs and bones (grapes, pretzel sticks, and peanut butter)


Students  make a theme related craft everyday.  The crafts are sent home on the last day of camp.

A sampling of this years crafts include:

Dinosaur Collage

Dinosaur Mobile

Dinosaur nest (complete with dinosaur)

Fact Finding Dinosaur book

Dinosaur Frame

The children have time in the gym to play group games.  The group games are related to the camp theme.

Some group games we will be playing at Dog camp include:

Dinosaur musical chairs

Dino Dash obstacle course

Dino parachute games

Dino races

Stegosaurus says

Dino Tag

The children will have time to play on the playground. Activities will be available related to the Dog theme for them to enjoy.

Sand Box Digging for Dinos

Water Tables for a dino wash

Spray bottles to spray hidden dinos

Dino chalk drawings

Easels and paint for painting dino pictures

The children  enjoy a bible devotion related to animals!  These fun stories reflect on God creating each animal in a unique way and  God creating each child in a unique way.  The stories also lend themselves well to social themes including: sharing, family, helping others, and being a nice friend.  The stories are taken from the book My Big Book of 5-minute Devotions by Pamela and Douglas Kennedy.  Copies of these devotions will be sent home on the last day of camp.