Today was the first Gramma Day Camp for six of my grand kids. I had been planning this for several months and they have been looking forward to it. We planned to end the day with a pool party. However, the weather here in northern Indiana has been too cold to let that happen. We made the best of it and still had a great day.
We had three stations that groups of two went to for 15 minutes each. Each station was supervised by one of my neighbor kids. One mother went with each group, too. After finishing a station they would receive a wrist band. One of the stations was Bubbles. They could either blow the bubbles or chase the bubbles. Whatever they did, they had a blast!
Another station was Chalk Art. Each group made all kinds of pictures and designs. They had dinosaurs, flowers, and even a pirate map. They even had a "Hi Granpa" sign since he wasn't too sure about writing on his driveway! He loved it!
This station is the Game Time. One of the games was to throw two balls hooked to a rope across the bars. Each bar had a value of 3, 2, or 1. They counted to see who won.They also threw bean bags at a board with fish with holes on it. They again counted up the points to see who won the game.
We ended the day with lunch. We had pbj and chicken salad sandwiches, fruit kabobs, chips and Gramma's chocolate chip ice cream sandwiches. Everyone took a beach towel and spread out their goodies.
We had a great day!
Sounds like great fun!ReplyDelete
These days will linger in the grandkids' memories for years. What a fun time for all! It was so great to meet you at the dinner.ReplyDelete
It was a great day" I'm all about making memories. I enjoyed meeting you too. I told Mindy that next year I'll come & be her ass't. So I might see you again!Delete
What a wonderful idea! Everyone looks like they were having so much fun! I am sure they are wondering when will you do it again!ReplyDelete
Such a special time to spend with your grandchildren. They will remember each of those special moments with gamma. Looking forward to spending some quality time with our granddaughters in a couple of weeks.ReplyDelete