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Camper Resource Roundup – April 21

Enjoy this week’s Resource Roundup of resources for you and your family to use along with Flying Horse Farms Camp at Home! The Resource Roundup will be posted weekly and include a variety of activities that are suitable for families and children of all ages. From arts and crafts to science to animals, we’ll try to include something for everyone. Have a resource you think we should include? Send it over to Abby!

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Whether you have a tent of your own or create a fort out of blankets, REI shares eights different ways to make your at-home set-up just as cozy as your cabin at Flying Horse Farms. After you set up your indoor camp, be sure to snap a picture and send it to usClick here to check it out.



Check out the world-renowned San Diego Zoo’s live butterfly cam. After you get a chance to view some of the 30+ species that are housed in the Hidden Jungle, scroll down to learn how you can create your own butterfly garden at home. Click here to check it out.




Check out Kitchen Little on YouTube and get inspired for your next meal! Now is a great time to learn new skills in the kitchen and learn to create healthy meals. Looking for more inspiration? Check out Flying Horse Farms videos straight out of the camp kitchen, which can be found on our Facebook page. Click here to check it out.



Pick one of these 22 scavenger hunt lists and take a walk around the block. See how many of the items you can cross off each day! Feeling extra creative? Make your own scavenger hunt list and safely share it with your neighbors. Click here to check it out.