Who: Youth writers entering 3rd through 8th grades.
Writers Workshop 1: Entering 3rd through 5th grades (limited to 30 students)
Writers Workshop 2: Entering 6th through 8th grades (limited to 30 students)
What: A half-day, week-long, museum-based young writers camp led by licensed K-12 teachers. Students will work on their own writing using the inspiration of the museum spaces and will participate in peer writing groups. At the end of the week, students will read their work in front of parents and friends at the Friday open mic.
Where: The Wildlife Experience museum in Parker, Colorado
When: June 12th-16th, 2017 from 9am-12pm
Cost before May 30th: $205.00 includes museum entry fees, quality writing instruction from certified K-12 teachers, small class sizes, a water bottle, string backpack, a Denver Writing Project-shirt, and admission to the IMAX movie.
How to register: The registration link will be available in January 2017.
If you register more than one student on a credit card, you will receive a 10% registration discount.
Download .pdf version of the 2016 camp flyer (for reference only). The 2017 flyer will be posted in January of 2017.
This camp is expected to sell out quickly.
Camp 3: Dry Creek Elementary School Young Writers Camp
During this three-day camp, all writing instruction will be provided by Mrs. Zuiker from Dry Creek; Mrs. Walker-Gilman from Campus Middle School; and guest author, Dianne Maroney from The Imagine Project - http://theimagineproject.com.
Who: Open to students going into 2nd grade through 8th grade.
Where: The Bear Creek area (2nd Grade Area) at Dry Creek Elementary.
Details: On the final day of the class, families are invited to come hear students share writing from the week.
Cost: $150 per child for the week (includes a DWP T-shirt)
Registration: Limited to 40 kids. Please check back for registration link in January 2017.