|Her Name is Summer |
by George Sheringhame, 1918
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 )
Along With Me – A collection of Traditional Guide, Scout and Campfire Songs. Note: This site is no longer working but you may
still access the resources via the Wayback Machine here: https://web.archive.org/web/20080320065018/http://songs-with-music.freeservers.com/alphabetical.html
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.
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. This site is no longer working but you may still access the resources via the Wayback Machine here: https://web.archive.org/web/20050108093121/http://www.cr.nps.gov/
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.
Please note, websites change at a rapid pace and weblinks may change or break without notice. I cannot be responsible for redirected or broken links. At the time of this posting all links were in working order. Thank you for understanding.