|Her Name is Summer |
by George Sheringhame, 1918
Flying Pigs Campfire SongbookThis cyber songbook will have your campers and scouts swinging and swaying between stories.http://www.orpheusweb.co.uk/flying.pigs/frames.html
Loowit Campfire SongsSummer is just around the corner. Get ready for those scouting camp gigs with songs that
will have them merrily singing long.
The Netwoods Virtual Campfire
This site will help you put together a roaring campfire program before you can say, “Pass the s’mores please.” Unfortunately, this site is no longer available but the resources can still be accessed at the Wayback Machine here: https://web.archive.org/web/20110430222746/http://netwoods.com/d-campfire.html )
Some sites to help your summer storytelling sizzle!
Summer Legends by Rudolph Baumbach, Translated by Helen B. Dole, c.1888. Twenty-two legends to celebrate the season including The Legend of the Daisy, The Clover Leaf, and more.
Creation of Summer and Winterhttp://tinyurl.com/67gnn2v
How Glooskap Found the Summerhttp://www.ilhawaii.net/~stony/lore11.html
How the Summer Birds Came – Zuni Folktale – This story is in part of a collection of Zuni folktales. You may find it on page 65 of the text.http://tinyurl.com/5rkaqkw
The National Parks Service – Links to the PastBrush up on your park history, cultural resources and programs for your summer venues. The website also offers information on grants and a helpful search engine.
Bees, Birds and Butterlfies - A blog post celebrating spring from April, 2012. Lots of stories that will help you fly through summer!
Crayons, Crafts and Coloring Oh My!
A compilation of crafts categorized by holiday and occasions including summer.http://karenchace.blogspot.com/2010/11/crayons-crafts-and-coloring-oh-my.html
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Karen Chace 2012 ©
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