As part of our Adaptive Recreation partnership with Roswell’s ARC, on June 12, several RGC members worked with about 16 children attending the Adaptive Summer Camp at the Waller Park Gym.  Three crafts related to gardening and the outdoors were provided: a flower, a rainbow and a butterfly.

Crafts included gluing colorful cupcake liners of varying sizes onto a sheet of paper with grass and leaves creating a flower with leaves.

The second activity was making a rainbow mobile.  Beforehand, a rainbow design was cut from paper and lines added to create spaces for colors of the rainbow.  The children colored these and glued on cotton balls for the clouds.  Blue raindrops were attached with string, and a string was attached to the top for hanging. 

The third activity was a coloring sheet with a large butterfly design.

The children were divided into 3 groups according to the difficulty of the craft and their capabilities. Everyone involved had a wonderful time. Friendship is a hallmark of these activities. We are excited about our ever-increasing partnership with the Roswell ARC and with Roswell’s adaptive programs.