Skit Night (Campfire) is an all-group evening program that occurs on the last night of a school’s visit. Depending on the weather, the location of the campfire is either outside at our fort by a fire ring or inside near a cozy fireplace. This is a collaborative activity between the facilitating staff and the visiting school in which everyone is encouraged to share school-appropriate stories, songs, skits, jokes and dances. Students can sign up for just about anything as long as the teachers approve it. This evening program is a great way to have fun, act crazy, and be as silly as possible. Additionally, Skit Night can help to develop group camaraderie, get students out of their comfort zones, build confidence in public speaking, and overcome fears.
This evening program will include…
- Dramatic performances.
- Entertaining experience that promotes group camaraderie.
- Developing public speaking skills and overcome fears.