2019 Fall Day Camps

8:00 am- 4:00 pm Kindergarten -Fourth Grade

 October 3rd- "Nothing Spooky Just Spookley and the A-Mazing Pumpkin"  

      Registration form can be downloaded below.


November 1st- "From the Field to Your Kitchen"


November 11th- "Take Me Out to the Barnyard"


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OCTOBER 3RD Day Camp Registration Open

“Nothing Spooky Just Spookley and the A-Mazing Pumpkin” October 3rd Day Camp 

Children in grades kindergarten through fourth grade have fun learning on the farm!

Storybook Trail featuring “Spookley the Square Pumpkin” where students learn the value

of tolerance and kindness while reading the story as they walk through the trees

Bullying prevention activities along the trail

Noodle Maze to learn positive character traits and how to stand UP against bullying

Learn the life cycle of a pumpkin seed and make a mini pumpkin book

Barnyard Activities the way it use to be done on the farm (corn sheller, hand pump water,

milk the cow simulation, push lawn mower and wash clothes with scrub board)

Participate in a kitchen project with Ms. Roberts, Family Consumer Science Coop. Extension Agent

Spookley Scavenger Hunt using clues reinforcing educational messages learned

Craft- paint and decorate a wooden square pumpkin Farm related outdoor games

Pony/horse ride led by farm staff Hay ride to observe signs of fall

Bring your picnic lunch and we will provide snacks!

Day Camps and Seasonal Events

 

Seasonal Day Camps on the farm allow students in kindergarten through fourth grade to spend the day exploring agricultural related themes in more depth along with a tractor pulled hay ride, hand led pony/horse rides, arts and crafts and outdoor games.  Scheduled when students are not in school on teacher work days or holidays provides an alternative to day care for parents. Home schooled students are welcome as well.


Past Day Camps included a variety of topics like "Thankful For Our Farmers", "Eggciting Music on the Farm", "Horsing Around", "From Seeds to Sprouts", "Trees for Life and Life Beneath the Trees", "From Pasture to Your Closet" and "Protect our Pollinators" to name a few.

Fall of 2019 Day Camp opportunities will be on October 3, November 1 and November 11. You can request registration forms by email or phone. Flyers will be sent home with students in Moore County. 


Flint Rock Farm has partnered in the fall with PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center and Spookley the Square Pumpkin to raise awareness for bullying prevention. Students learn the value of respect and kindness as they walk through the Storybook Trail where the story is on large metal signs. 


The spring story featured in the Storybook Trail is "JellyBean and the Unbreakable Egg."  Students will learn the value of teamwork and kindness as they walk along the trail through the trees. You can use our farm for your family or group's Easter egg hunt.  You provide the eggs and we will hide them for you.


Keep in mind that the farm can be used to host birthday parties, holiday get togethers, family reunions, individual family outings and business get togethers any time or season of the year.  Just call to discuss your options and to reserve a date.

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