Next, the staff leads the campers in doing the Sandwich Dance. It's so great to see how game the counselors are -- no one is too "cool" to dress up in crazy clothes or poke some fun at themselves to entertain the kids and keep everyone in good spirits.
Each child gets to take home a camp shirt (graduating campers, i.e. campers who would no longer be age-eligible for Camp Galileo next year, also get a camp sweatshirt), a certificate, and a keychain with a special camp pin.
The Closing Ceremonies are the perfect way to end a fun week of Camp and get the kids excited for their next Camp Galileo experience! Unfortunately this is the last Camp Galileo for my kids this summer, because we'll be on vacation next month -- but there's always next year, and they're already talking about all the fun things they want to do at Camp Galileo in 2013!
Disclosure: This is the fifth in a series of posts about Camp Galileo and Galileo Summer Quest, for which I am being compensated with a free week of camp for each of my children.. The views and opinions expressed here are my own.