Weirdest and Wildest
Here at Camp Kinda, we’re all about keeping things weird. For us, weird equals fun, curious, creative. And that’s what this remix adventure is all about: Celebrating some of the weirdest and wildest things out there, including offbeat sports like limbo-skating, bugs that weird us out, scientists who specialize in slime, art that is literally wild, and the craziest toys of all time. What’s so great about normal anyway?
what you’ll need
- Various household objects to use for an obstacle course
- A clear container or jar with a lid you can poke holes through
- Dirt, stones, blades of grass
- White glue (like Elmer's)
- Baking soda
- Shaving cream
- Food coloring (optional)
- Natural materials like leaves, sticks, flowers, dried beans, etc.
- Household objects like pillows and blankets and an assortment of toys
weekly family activity
Check out a museum full of weird: We can’t think of a place that celebrates the weird and the wonderful better than the City Museum of St. Louis. Don’t let the boring name fool you. This former shoe factory has been transformed into a 10-story artistic playground, including multi-story slides, hundreds of feet of tunnels, awe-inspiring sculptures, and more. Words can’t do it justice. Click here to take a look at some photos and video, and take a trip if you can. (We recommend bringing knee pads.)
this week’s content builder:
This remix adventure was assembled by the educators, parents, and assorted weirdos at EdNavigator.
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