Egg-citing Adventure Camp
Goals & Objectives
Continuing with the series of House System activities, students will participate in a Teambuilding activity and camping trip themed “Egg-citing Adventure Camp” in April. With this new and unique combination, the activity promises to provide the students with numerous thrilling experiences, allowing members of various grades and Houses to mingle, overcome challenges, and foster team spirit.
Furthermore, this activity during this year’s Easter holiday provides students with a chance to develop a greater knowledge of the distinctive cultural practices of Western nations, with the goal of becoming confident global citizens who can assimilate into the globe. At the same time, the event strives to stimulate creativity and the students’ love of art via art contests such as egg decorating, innovative paper cutting, and tent decoration.
All students in grades 1-5, for both Bilingual and International programs
Egg-citing Quest: Students from each house will collaborate to complete intellectual challenges in order to collect eggshells.
Teambuilding – Ornament Hunting: Students from each house will work together to tackle challenging team-building games in order to collect decorative items, including:
- Hands & feet hopscotch
- Obstacles course
- Guessing action game
- Ball in the hole
- Roll the ball over the obstacle
Easter Eggstravaganza Artistry Challenge: Students will use the things they’ve collected from the previous challenges to make art at their class’s camping area for a contest.