First through third graders engage in Camp Explore

By Sam Oldenburg and Tucker Allen Covey
Anjali Gaba ponders her story while writing it out during Language Arts Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Anjali Gaba ponders her story while writing it out during Language Arts Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Jayden Delaney tells a story to his partner in Language Arts Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Jayden Delaney tells a story to his partner in Language Arts Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Albert Lee laughs as his teacher calls him out for knowing an answer because he read ahead in the packet in Science Monday, July 11. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

UB Han laughs as his teacher calls him out for knowing an answer because he read ahead in the packet in Science Monday, July 11. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

Clowning instructor Nick Wilkins, aka Broadway the Clown, talks to students about his the education that led to his career as a clown. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Clowning instructor Nick Wilkins, aka Broadway the Clown, talks to students about his the education that led to his career as a clown. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Language Arts teacher Mary Evans reads "When I Was Young in the Mountains" to students Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Language Arts teacher Mary Evans reads “When I Was Young in the Mountains” to students Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Brady Golliher (left) tells a story to his partner, Max Hourigan, during Language Arts Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Brady Golliher (left) tells a story to his partner, Max Hourigan, during Language Arts Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Kennedy Moore acts out stroking the hairs of her chinny, chin, chin while portraying a pig in the "Three Little Pigs" during Math Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Kennedy Moore acts out stroking the hairs of her chinny, chin, chin while portraying a pig in the “Three Little Pigs” during Math Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Lauren Coursey builds a house in Math Monday, July 11. After acting out the story of the "Three Little Pigs," students explored which shapes would make the strongest houses to withstand the wind of a hairdryer. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Lauren Coursey builds a house in Math Monday, July 11. After acting out the story of the “Three Little Pigs,” students explored which shapes would make the strongest houses to withstand the wind of a hairdryer. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Grace Fridy (left) and Chloe Pitcock work together to build a structure in Math Monday, July 11. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

Grace Fridy (left) and Chloe Pitcock work together to build a structure in Math Monday, July 11. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

Stella Miner (left) and Danika Miller work together to color the animals in a food chain during Science Monday, July 11. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

Stella Miner (left) and Danika Miller work together to color the animals in a food chain during Science Monday, July 11. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

Max Hourigan (left) talks to Art teacher Andee Rudloff about his idea for a drawing Monday, July 11. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

Max Hourigan (left) talks to Art teacher Andee Rudloff about his idea for a drawing Monday, July 11. (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

Surya Odom acts as the Big Bad Wolf during a portrayal of the "Three Little Pigs" in Math Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Surya Odom acts as the Big Bad Wolf during a portrayal of the “Three Little Pigs” in Math Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Kennedy Moore catches a peacock feather after attempting to balance it on her nose during Clowning Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Kennedy Moore catches a peacock feather after attempting to balance it on her nose during Clowning Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Korrin Green and her classmates debate how best to build a structure using pipe cleaners, marshmallows, tongue depressors and other materials during Math Monday, July 11. The students explored what shapes would best withstand the wind after acting out the story of the "Three Little Pigs." (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

Korrin Green and her classmates debate how best to build a structure using pipe cleaners, marshmallows, tongue depressors and other materials during Math Monday, July 11. The students explored what shapes would best withstand the wind after acting out the story of the “Three Little Pigs.” (Photo by Tucker Allen Covey)

Hank Francke (left) and Daniel Ratley write their stories together in Language Arts Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Hank Francke (left) and Daniel Ratley write their stories together in Language Arts Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Elizabeth Skillern (left) and Claire Boggess work on a project together in Art Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

Elizabeth Skillern (left) and Claire Boggess work on a project together in Art Monday, July 11. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)

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