Summer Camps in Alton, MO
Kinder Camp is designed especially for preschoolers ages 3-5. We utilize hands on exploration and social interaction through art, cooking and science activities, songs and games in an age appropriate setting. Note: Campers must bring your own snack. A material fee of $10 is due and payable to Jump Start Recreations on the first day. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Infant & Preschool LOCATION Reid Park - Arts & Crafts Room at Reid Park/Ruth Lewis Community Center INSTRUCTOR Ashling Alfonso
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At Camp La Junta, every boy is important at every moment. They cater to building up each boy’s self confidence in order to take some pressure off of them. They don’t have girls because they feel there is social pressure, they don’t have team sports because they feel that there is pressure to be more athletic, and they don’t grade any performance because that simply adds to the pressure, too. Each boy’s schedule revolved around what they want to do, achieve and learn. They go... Read More...
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Teen Scene: CAMP REUNION - Mount Laurel, NJ
Visit ISC Mount Laurel every Friday for Teen Scene from 7:30 - 10 PM! $8. Admission includes: - Skating IF YOU ATTENDED ISC SUMMER CAMP THIS YEAR, YOUR ADMISSION IS FREE! Bring your own skates or rent a pair of ours for $4.50. *Prices do not include tax. No outside food or drink permitted.
UH Campus Rec Kid's Triathlon - Houston, TX
Hey guys. We are in need of volunteers to help out at the Kid's Triathlon the university is hosting. This is a fun all day event on April 19th with several volunteer shifts to help fit your schedule! If you'd like to help make this a great experience for the young ones, please comment/post on this event telling us when you can volunteer. The shifts are: - 4:45am - 9am (this will entail mostly set up and concessions) - 9am – 1pm (concessions and help with trash pick-up during event) - 1pm – 4pm (concessions and help with trash pick-up during event) - 4pm – 7pm (concessions, tear down and help with trash pick-up during event) The more volunteers we get to help out with the event the better it helps support the club. We hope all of you can come out and help with this amazing event. Invite your friends and family as well! See y'all there!
Teen Art Camp - North Bethesda, MD
Mon–Fri, July 25–29, 9am–3pm For students entering grades 7–10 Our Teen Art Camp is back and better than ever, featuring new components including a field trip to Glenstone, the unique museum of contemporary art in Potomac, Maryland. Teen campers will explore and define themselves as artists, learn how to talk about art, give and receive constructive critiques, and create their own portfolio.
Teen Impact Summer Camp - Camp Agape
Teen Impact Summer Camp is from Monday, July 20th - Saturday, July 25th at Camp Agape in Benton, Tennessee. Cost is $300, plus an additional $35 for whitewater rafting (optional). Release form for rafting is required. Camp deposit of $100 holds your spot and is due by June 15th. Balance due by July 15. All deposits are final & non-refundable. Teen Impact medical release form is required and is available on the homepage of our website. For more information contact the Impact office at (813) 264-9368 or Bill @ (813) 600-9446 or [email protected]
Advanced Kid's Horse Camp - Hereford, AZ
This camp is going to be specifically designed for our regular riders and our returning camp attendees. We will be honing skills in horse direction and control with speed and obstacles, as well as reviewing all horse care and horse anatomy. This camp is for ages 5-14 and is Tuesday through Friday 8a-12pm with a demonstration and barbeque on Friday for family to attend and see what they learned.
K3/K4 PlayKids Floktales - Merritt Academy
Thursday In each session a different folk tale is told which students will act out with movement, instruments, and props. There will be an informal final performance. 7032738000.0
2016 Summer Camp Session 1 - Alex Box Stadium
Goals of the Camp: 1) to give young baseball players the experience of a lifetime in a $50+ million stadium on LSUs beautiful campus in a fun, safe, positive, and action-packed atmosphere 2) to learn tips that will help advance their baseball development from our outstanding veteran staff of coaches 3) to develop their skills in all aspects of the game through repetition, both through playing instructional games and by doing drills Skills Covered: Hitting, Position specific Fundamentals, throwing, base running, bunting, sliding Instructional Games: Campers will play one instructional game in the morning and one in the afternoon (lasting roughly 45 minutes- 1 hour) Format (with some flexibility) Morning Sessions (9am-Noon) will include one instructional game and two skill sessions Lunch (Noon-1:00pm) which will be provided, will offer the opportunity to eat lunch and relax Afternoon Sessions (1:00-4:00pm) will include an additional instructional game and two skill sessions Coaching Staff LSU Coaching staff members, other college coaches, high school coaches, club coaches, LSU players, other college player, former players looking to get into Additional FAQs *Campers will be separated by age and skill level, and we will make sure that all teammate requests are met. *All campers will receive... 225-578-4150
Week 1 Pandas - Wilmington Montessori School
Pandas are campers aged 3 1/2 to 5 who will not yet be in Kindergarten this fall. Parents may choose Traditional Camp, a Specialty Camp, or a combination of both. Extended Care options will be visible at checkout. This summers Traditional Camp theme is World Geography. 302-475-0555
MYNA (High School Boys & Girls) - MCM Youth
The best amongst you is the one who learns Quran and teaches it. Prophet Mohammad, peace be upon him. MYGB will continue to offer its Quran program with the hope that this program will help our youth bond with the Quran through this experience Inshallah. By the end of each session of MYGB Quran program participants will have developed: *- greater appreciation of the words of Allah; *- better ability to read and recite the Quran; *- better understanding of some of the basic concepts addressed by the verses repeated in the short chapters. The program will also have a memorization component based on the youths abilities and readiness for memorization. All teachers and volunteers have tremendous experience working with youth in this particular field. Groups will be divided by age and then by competency level. Competency level will be determined by a competency test that participants will have to go through on the first day of the program. 586.610.1659
Spring Break Camp II - RFK Stadium
D.C. Uniteds Spring Break camps provide participants aged 5 – 16 to experience an exciting soccer environment consisting of modern camp exercises, high-level skills demonstrations, and small-sided competitions. Campers will be exposed to a different set of technical and tactical focuses each day of camp. Coaches will work with players to develop their technical ability as well as discover a better understanding of the game in a fun and energetic environment. All participants will receive an official D.C. United camp ball, an official camp t-shirt, a ticket voucher to a D.C. United regular season home match and discount offers on United ticket packages. 202-587-5498