Summer Camps in Atwood, KS
Spiritual Emphasis: Our counselors take every opportunity to minister to the campers spiritual needs through Bible study and personal interaction. We seek to integrate a biblical worldview in all our time we spend together. We understand this is a great opportunity not only to ell the campers about Gods Word, but also to show them how it is related to everyday life. Paul said it well when he wrote, "For me to live is Christ." That is what we model here for our campers. Social Emphasis: We also understand the importance of your child meeting and learning to work together with other children and adults. We will help them learn positive ways to make friends and guide them in being friends to others. Teamwork will also be taught through various games and activities. Physical Emphasis: No couch potatoes here! We dont want our campers to just hang out and waste their day so we work at keeping them going. Whether its a day trip to Six Flags, making human ice cream sundaes, a rousing game of kickball, or a walk to the local park, there is never a dull moment at Cornerstone! What to bring: A bag lunch (6-10th graders... 2014877212 x221
Latest Review for Makemie Woods Camp
Pray and Play at Summer Camp
Makemie Woods Camp offers a fun summer camp atmosphere, along with instilling a passion for Christian values. My children all love going to this camp every summer. Both of my daughters, ages 10 and 12, have made wonderful friends. My son, 9, enjoys the hikes in nature. All of my children have become stronger in their faith through the lessons taught at this camp.... Read More...
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2016 Youth Summer Camp - Garden Valley, TX
HIBC Youth 에서 8/12-14 기간 동안 여름캠프를 떠납니다. 함께 기도해주시면 감사하겠습니다. 1. 유스아이들과 섬기는 사역자 모두 하나님의 마음을 깊이 체험하는 시간이 되도록 2. 캠프기간 동안 안전을 지켜 주시도록 3. 예수님의 사랑으로 하나되게 해주시고, 기쁨이 넘치는 시간이 되기를 기도해주세요. 1. That the Youth and the Ministers serving the Youth will all experience God’s heart 2. That during this time, everyone will be safe 3. That we can become closer in Jesus’s love, and that we will have a great time
Pirate Circus Kid Camp - 1200 Shakespeare, Ste. C
June 15-19, 9:00am-4:00pm, $200/kiddo Hosted by Missoula Fencing Association and Moksha Studio. For kids ages 7-10 years old who wanna be a Pirate AND join the Circus. Monday - Friday 9am-12:30pm: PIRATE (hosted by Missoula Fencing Association) Monday - Friday 12:30pm- 4:00pm: CIRCUS (hosted by Moksha Aerial Studio) PIRATE: Come express your inner pirate! We get our youngest fencers started learning fencing basics with lots of fun and games in this week long camp. Time will also be spent in activities that increase fitness, coordination and strategy development. All protective equipment is provided and we finish out the week with some stage combat. CIRCUS: Kids will have a blast learning skills. Acro Flying (Acro Stunting basics), Flow Arts (Juggling, Ninja Staff, Poi, Hoop), Aerial Arts (Sling, Silks, Static Trapeze, Rope Climbing), Slack-line: (Low Tightrope), and other activities such as jump ropes, ball games, parachute fun, and more! Instructors guide students through activities while simultaneously helping them actualize their goals and understand the connection between their body and mind. This camp promotes physical activity, focus, practice, patience, and FUN! Circus Arts celebrate individual exploration, community based learning,...
Kid's Camp - Richardson, TX
Kids enjoy amazing activities such as: Blob, ZipLine, Swimming, Archery & Riflery, Worship, Bible Study, Canoeing and more. Camp is open to children who completed 3rd - 6th grade by summer 2016. When: June 19th-23rd, 2016 Where: Forest Glen Camp Huntsville, TX Who: All Kids in 3rd-6th grade are welcome Cost: $265 Parent/Camper Meeting - June 12 from 4-5 in the Fellowship Hall.
Kids Winter Art Camp: Mixed-Media Masks! - Bellingham, WA
In this winter break art class, we'll imagine that we are in a warm tropical place with palm trees, wild birds singing, and sandy beaches. To inspire our imagination, we’ll learn about the French post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin, the location of Tahiti, and a brief history of Tikis. Tiki masks actually have a long, rich history in Polynesian culture. The Tiki masks were originally hand-carved wooden masks that were used to symbolize deities, give protection, and increase luck. We'll create our own colorful and textured papers with paints with a variety of brushes, and different items to make texture, in mixed-media format, then use the painted papers to create our Tiki masks. Art Teacher: Rachel (LeLu) Simpson Dates: December 28th, 29th, & 30th at 3:00pm – 5:00pm Location: BAAY, 1059 N. State Street, Bellingham, WA Registration: BAAY (Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth) Details: $50 per student, ages 10-16 (ages flexible)
Kid's Holiday Art Camp - Rhome, TX
Kids 6 through 12
Special Effects-Gayton Baptist - Gayton Baptist Church
This is the first camp ever offered by Club SciKidz! Newly revised and more exciting than ever, campers learn the science behind Hollywoods special effects. Activities will demonstrate concepts related to light, sound, perception, illusion, and model building. One of the great features of this camp is that all campers will create (and take home!) a movie using techniques in Claymation and Stop-Motion Animation. Lessons include plot development, story boarding, set building, filming, and sound effects. Campers will also learn various special effects make-up techniques working with the same materials used by professional make-up artists. They will simulate cuts, bruises, artificial blood, and old age. Is there a future movie director living in your house? This is a camp your child wont want to miss! Please have your moviemaker bring a 4G Flash Drive to camp to save their movie. 678-294-9504
Annisaquam Yacht Club Junior Programs - Annisaquam Yacht Club Junior Programs
Our goal at the Annisquam Yacht Club Junior Sailing Tennis & Swimming Program is to Instill in children a love for sailing and the sea, an ease and confidence in handling of boats and enjoying waterfront recreation. Teach and develop basic swimming and water safety skills and abilities necessary for Program activities. Promote an awareness and observance of safety principles, equipment care and maintenance, and sportsmanship in all phases of seamanship. Develop racing skills and an aptitude for competitive sailing, according to interest and ability, Introduce children to tennis and develop their skills according to their interest and ability. Inspire respect for the outdoors, for sport, and for sportsmanship as a way of life, and Provide an opportunity for children to develop a broader sense of community. 9783252551.0
Camp Holiday (Ages: 5-12) - Savoy Recreation Center
Christmas in July? Everybodys birthday? Happy Half New Year? And much more! Campers will have the opportunity to celebrate all the favorite holidays in this fun-filled new Holiday Camp! But it doesnt stop there! Our campers get to play games, make crafts, and much more in this awesome new camp designed for the camper who likes to party! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Registration Deadline: July 11 LOCATION SRC: Activity Room
Individual Camp - Coors Event Center
In our Individual Camp, campers will be taught the fundamentals of basketball through games, competitions, and drills. We have assembled a camp staff of the finest coaches from around the country to provide the best basketball learning experience possible. League play will take place daily, giving campers the opportunity to apply what they learn in clinics and lectures while improving their overall skill and basketball knowledge. Lunch will be provided. Program Staff: CU Basketball Coaches, CU Basketball Players, Local Collegiate Players, and High School Coaches If you are a CU employee, then please reach out to Marge at to receive your employee discount. 303.492.6877
Junior Red Ball Tennis Camp 5-6 yrs - Tennis Courts
Fun tennis specific activities to develop balance, agility, ball tracking and hand/eye coordination. Kids will practice sending & receiving the ball and serving overhead on small courts, with balls that bounce slower and lower, just for them! Please bring appropriate size racquet: 19"-21". Bring water, a snack, sunscreen and a hat. LOCATION Oceana Tennis Courts 401 Paloma INSTRUCTOR Shannon Randolph