A Blog By Flying Horse Farms

Camper Resource Roundup – April 28

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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Try your hand at telling stories through comics using tools and prompts created by author and illustrator Jarrett Lerner. Lerner also creates thank you activities to show your gratitude, hand lettering instructions, and tutorials on how to draw your favorite animals! Click here to check it out.


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Every day at 1 PM, McHarper Manor goes live on Facebook with a different arts and crafts projects. Sign up to receive the supplies list ahead of time via email, and if you miss the live instructions, you can check out their YouTube page where they post all past projects! Click here to check it out. 


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Take a virtual trip to the Disney Parks around the globeThis article includes links to 10 high-definition videos of rides from Tokyo, Paris, Hong Kong, and beyond! Each video will take you abroad as you experience your favorite Disney films in new ways. Click here to check it out.



Since 2020 is the start of a new decade, there’s no better time to create a time capsule. Get creative and include photos, write a letter to your future self, record video, or include items of significance to you and your family today. Plan to open it together in 1, 5, or even 10 years! Click here to check it out.