Leaping lemurs! From scaly snakes to bustling beetles to wonderful whales - the ROM is just full of all kinds of fascinating creatures. Using artwork, creative play, costumes and real scientific specimens, you'll explore the animal kingdom as you discover the amazing biodiversity that roams our world. It's everything you need to know about your favourite wild (and not so wild) animals.
Duringthe course of the session, Wild Things will visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London.
Note: Child must be 4 years old on the first day of camp to register.
Meet the Instructor: Sarah-Rachel Camerino
Sarah-Rachel began her career at the Royal Ontario Museum as a volunteer in 2007. Since then she has worked in many capacities at the Museum including camp instructor teaching children ages 4 to 7, support and integration assistant for students requiring one to one attention, and gallery facilitator in the Hands-on Biodiversity and Discovery Galleries. As well Sarah-Rachel played a critical role in developing the Museum's popular ECE program, Tiny Tots. Sarah-Rachel Camerino is a graduate of George Brown College in Early Childhood Education
Sarah-Rachel has a passion for creative learning and expression through the arts. She cannot wait to teach her students all the amazing stories the Museum has to tell!
Date & Time
- Saturdays, January 13 - March 3, 2018 (Excludes Feb 17), 1 pm - 4 pm (7 weeks)
Royal Ontario Museum
Education Classrooms & Galleries