A Dinosaur School Holiday Program worth RAWRRR-ing about!
During the April School Holidays, children staying at Very Special Kids Hospice traveled back in time to when dinosaurs roamed!
With a prehistoric dinosaur theme, the Hospice School Holiday Program was action packed with a variety of stimulating, interactive and creative activities. Children had the opportunity to explore the world of dinosaurs through stories, outings and hands on experience.
From visits to the Dinosaur World Museum, engaging in Volcano Workshops to cooking up a storm in the kitchen making “Jurassic Juices” – it was safe to say the kids had a great time worth RAWRR-ing about!
Other arts and crafts activities included making dinosaur hand-prints, creating “Jurassic Jeeps” out of cardboard boxes and giving wheelchairs a makeover, as well as building volcanoes out of paper mache.
Operated four times each year by Very Special Kids Hospice, the School Holiday Program ensures that children with life-threatening conditions have access to activities and outings in a safe and controlled environment.
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