The Lehrlinge (apprentices) describe an evening program.
A bit of what we did on Wednesday!
Read about what our credit villagers are learning in their daily classes!
Waldsee got colorful with tonight’s Abendprogramm!
Villagers had an opportunity this week to try out the Sinnespfad (sensory adventure course). The villagers went through a course in the woods while not being able to use their Gesichtssin (eyesight). They had to rely on their other senses, for example touch or hearing. The villagers walked barefoot through a course with different textures on the ground, such as rocks or sticks. They also had to rely on their partner to tell them when they were getting off...
Even Waldsee celebrated International Ice cream Day!
Last night, the villagers learned about German politics in the time when Germany was split in two.
Yesterday and today saw us saying goodbye to our one-week and day camp villagers.
The weather wasn’t looking so great, so we had Gesang inside today! Check out the video of the song we learned this morning, Küssen Verboten by Die Prinzen.
Last night the campers participated in a camp-wide traditional boar hunt, where the Betreuer were the boars!
On Mittwoch we skipped our usual family-style meal indoors in favour of Bratwurst and Döner outdoors in the style of a traditional German Straßenfest!
Today in Gesang we learned a spooky song called Finster, Finster to match the weather outside.
Even the rain couldn’t stop our fun last night! We had a Grand Pix der Märchen with different fairytale characters visiting each Haus and telling them who they were.
At our first Gesang of the session, we learned a song written by a Waldsee Betreuer about pigs and how they make excellent companions.
Our main two-week and four-week sessions are about to begin today and we couldn’t be more excited!