Virtual Day of Camp Cedarbrook
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We begin each morning with a quiet time with God called Morning Watch. Part of Morning Watch is a memory verse. De-code the following to discover the first part of our theme verse for this summer. You might want to memorize it.
Use a concordance or internet to find the answer. Type in the reference for this verse. Do not abbreviate the book, then click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
One part of the morning we take time to honor our country by raising the flag. After the flag is raised, we sing a patriotic song, scripture is read, and then we pray for our country and our day. This activity will be about the history of our flag. Here are four of the flags that have flown over America.
Determine if the following statements are True or False.
- This flag is unique because it is the only flag that has 15 stripes.
- Betsy Ross flag was the official flag during the Revolutionary War.
- The Grand Union Flag was the first flag to be ratified.
- The stars in the flag resolution was to represent a new constellation.
Type in your four-letter answer (example FTFT, TTTF) then click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
3. QuestionWe have several morning activities to choose from. Today we are going fishing. Compare this photo of the fishing class taken the summer of 2019. The left photo is the original photo. In the right photo, four things have been changed.
In what sections did you find something changed? Type in your four-letter answer in alphabetical order, then click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
For Bible Exploration to day you need to look up the following verses to discover what God’s Word does in your life. There are 4 answers from each passage. Look up these passages in a NASB Bible to find the words. Psalm 19:7-8 and 2 Timothy 3:16. Fill out the crossword puzzle.
Look at all the intersections, state which of the 5 vowels are not being used. Type in your answer in alphabetical order and click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
Meal time always has a songfest.
Using the lyrics of our theme song from last summer , “All in All,” by Nichole Nordeman (remember you can use whatever resource you want) solve the following cipher where the first number represents the line in the song, the second number the word in the line, the third number the letter in the word.
4-3-1 9-4-2 6-6-2
7-7-1 4-6-4 10-1-3 17-8-4 8-2-4 14-4-1 1-4-6
13-4-1 5-1-2 11-4-1 18-4-5
21-3-3 4-5-5 2-4-5 8-1-4 20-5-6 19-5-2
Type in your five-word answer, then click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
After lunch we always have “ON MY BUNK” so you usually have something quiet to do. These pictures are of some fond memories of what happens during camp. Identify what is illustrated in each picture by unscrambling the words below the pictures.
– I D F S R E I H N P
– F S S E G T N O
– V C S I A T I E T
– K S T S I
Be sure to write them in the same order and in a grid so the letters line up vertically.
Now look at the letters vertically to find a four-letter word that is in nature.
Type in your four-letter word answer, then click CHECKCorrectIncorrect
Free Time usually includes a visit to the Tuck Shop for a Slushie. Let’s see if we can figure out how much is in the Slushie. Head into your kitchen to solve the following challenge using facts and liquid measuring instruments. Combine the following amounts of water to arrive at a total liquid measurement amount.
- 1/2 cup
- the number of Tablespoons represented by the number of vowels found in the Cedarbrook camp store’s special name plus 1
- 250 milliliters
- the number of teaspoons represented by the number of items from the following list that would NOT be found in a typical camp nature center: snake, rabbit, bugs, poison ivy plant, magnifying glass, cougar, butterfly, turtle, bear scat, lizard, bird’s nest
- the number of ounces represented by the number of people that are defined by the buddy system.
Choose the liquid total from the following choices that most closely approximates your total:CorrectIncorrect
You also can choose something to do during Free Time. Take a standard sheet of 8.5 x 11-inch piece of paper and trim it into a perfect 8.5-inch square. Fold the paper in half, and in half again, to make a smaller square. Then in half, and in half again, to make an even smaller square, approximately 2 x 2 inches.
Open the folded paper and determine the total number of squares you’ve created with the creases, including the original 8.5 square.
Type in your numeric answer, then click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
Afternoon activities are quite varied as well. Play the matching game below.
What activity is missing some equipment? Type your one-word answer, then Click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
Right before dinner is Cabin Time. There are so many things the cabin can do together during this time. One is to go on a short hike to identify something you might see in nature. Here are some pictures of birds that we could see at camp. Click and drag the bird name to match with the bird’s picture.
- Painted Bunting
Our evening meal typically ends with entertainment from our staff. This entertainment is based on requests made by campers. Using Morse Code see if you can figure out what this entertainment is.
Type in the three-word answer, then Click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
Every evening each division a Unified Evening Program. UEP begin with an activity or game. Then there is a songfest and evening message. Right now, we are going to play a game. Determine which two photos are identical.
Type in the two letters of the two identical pictures in alphabetical order (example, XY), then Click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
Songfest are used to transition from the fun activity to the message of the evening. We start with fun songs and transition into more serious worship songs and all are centered around a theme. Have fun singing these songs as you search for the words.
Within the word search puzzle below, find and circle the underlined word of the songs listed below. Put together the remaining unused letters from the word search, in order from left to right, top to bottom, to discover a question that you need to answer. Tip: Copy the word search onto a piece of paper to make it easier.
- Alice the Camel
- Herman the Worm
- Grab, Grab a Friend
- Make New Friends
- Bind Us Together
- Friends are Friends Forever
- What a Friend We Have in Jesus
W H N A T I F T S M A K E M O U T U M A L G R D T R R U E S E N G T E T C A V E N R H D I S E I U E A P L P R R R O R B A T ? F
Thinking about these songs will help you answer the question. Type in you ten-letter one-word answer, then Click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect
The evening message closes out the evening program. Staff members share what God has shown them based on Morning Watch and Bible Exploration. Solve the following picture puzzle to discover the beginning of our theme for this summer.
Type in your answer as a five-word statement and click CHECK.CorrectIncorrect