Teach a Kids Photography Camp
If you're thinking about teaching a kids photography camp, check out our latest Kids Photography Camp Curriculum. You can have the photography lessons printed and bound at an office supply store such as Staples, OfficeMax. This photography curriculum is similar to the kids photography curriculum. It covers some of the same topics, like the history of photography, composition, camera presets, exposure, white balance, and photography careers. It's similar in that way. The wording's a little bit different and some of the examples are a little different.
The Kids Photography Camp Curriculum also has a different kind of a card game. It's kind of matching cards. They are different colors, for example there is a card of a girl photographer, a boy photographer, and the different types of photographers that they can be. The cards can be printed at moo.com. You can use these cards in a Go Fish game or a matching game, memory card game. You can also have a headbands game. If you are familiar with the game called HedBanz, where you can put the card in the headband, and then the kids wear wear it on their head and go around asking each other questions about what type of photographer they are, and they try to figure it out. They ask 20 questions like, "Do I photograph kids? Do I photograph indoors or outdoors?"
This helps get the kids exposed to all the different areas of photography that they can get into if they want to when the grow up. I've included 25 different types of photography in there to help the children start thinking outside of the box and realize all the photography job opportunities available to them. The Kids Photography Camp Curriculum also includes marketing poster templates. It includes an 8.5x11 photoshop template and an 11x17 photoshop template for advertising your photography class. This photography for kids curriculum also includes a kids' photography badge template. This badge template doesn't have a place for their photo like the regular kids curriculum. I've also included a tentative kids photography camp schedule divided into five days, and spearted into the appropriate topics.
There are also worksheets that you can use. You can either have a five day camp, Monday through Friday, or break it into five weeks, You can really use this any time of the year, and you can even take it and put it into a photography club for the school year. It is really versatile. I have included some extra worksheets, such as photography word searches, word scrambles, a photography crossword puzzle, and a photography scavenger hunt. You can purchase the worksheets separately on my website if you want to add them to the regular photography curriculum.
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