Students ‘Turn the Tides’ at summer camp

Counselor Kati Smith uses a beach puddle as an opportunity to teach campers about tides.

Counselor Kati Smith uses a beach puddle as an opportunity to teach campers about tides.

Not many summer camps include squid, ice cream and kayaking at the beach all in one week. But those are just a few of the activities young campers were able to enjoy during the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station’s Turning the Tides summer camp June 9 – 13.

Students from kindergarten to fifth grade participated in a variety of hands-on activities including making a kite, wind socks, creating a cloud in a bottle, squid dissections, water relay races and more. On Wednesday, students even got to make their own ice cream.

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