Welcome to the camper profile page! This page will contain different badges that your child has received throughout the different camps they have attended.
Multiple Intelligence Badges
Howard Gardner proposed a theory to challenge traditional methods of measuring intelligence offering a holistic approach to looking at how one excels in different facets. Being able to recognize a child’s strength and supporting their growth in that direction can lead to them to reach their potential in said intelligence.
**All intelligences can be developed and can change based on age and life events**
Special Achievement Badges are achievements that participants receive specific to the different activities done on camp day. Each camp’s Special Achievement Badges will reflect the learning focus of each camp such as Exploration, Imagination, Experimentation or Creation.
Let’s build spooky cottages and Trick or Treat with friends. Explore the land of candy hunting for mysterious winky. And unite together for a final adventure to unfold the legend of Dracula cursed castle!
We were able to clearly observe interpersonal intelligence in this camp. Children who display strong interpersonal intelligence are able to work well in a team and are very empathetic towards others. They are naturally friendly, open and are skilled in managing teams, often demonstrating leadership qualities.
Once upon a time, the children of Taitonmai camp got lost in the forest! With the ancient science of the forest people, they had to invent and create different tools to help them on their adventure.
We were able to observe strong logical intelligence in this camp. This type of intelligence is the foundation for a strong understanding in mathematics and sciences. Processing thoughts and information through logic and reason, children that demonstrate this type of intelligence love to investigate and experiment.
This badge represents firm determination when participating in camp activities.
In our mad scientist, we’ll tinker and experiment as we venture to find the rocket materials. We’ll experiment with a squishy slime and half-solid half-liquid substance, make our very own rockets, and learn how to construct a simple marble track to understand how the gravity works.
Musical intelligence was observed in this camp. Children who exhibit strong musical intelligence have a strong understanding of pitch, rhythm, timbre and dynamics. They are keen in creating sounds and rhythms. With sensitivity to auditory stimuli in the environment they often learn through listening.
This badge reflects those with the outstanding ability of planning. Be able to evaluate the order of importance and plot further before beginning a task on the camp day.