Summer Camps in Chamberlain, SD
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Latest Review for Pythian Youth Camp
I sent I child here last summer and she had a horrible summer! She told me horrible things! When I called the place the complain, the phone was not even working. They have the worst customer service ever. My daughter said they were also hungry and was never fed enough. She was bullied at the camp and said no adult did anything about it. There was a bear hunting and she heard the police shoot the bear mutiple times during the... Read More...
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REVEAL: Youth Camp - Turner, OR
We invite you all to an amazing opportunity to spend time with your church family this summer. We will be having our annual Youth Camp at Aldersgate Camps & Retreats. ACTIVITIES: -Indoor & outdoor basketball -carpet ball -archery -beach volleyball -full sized soccer field -human foosball -grass volleyball -playground for kids -tree swing -disc golf, tennis -water slide -river floating -ping pong -inter tubing -foosball -fire pit -horse shoe pits COST: 4 days - $132 per person This includes lodging from Friday afternoon to Monday morning. It also includes meals, snacks, and activities. Please invite a friend or two to join us as we spend this time together. Families with children are welcome as well! If you'd like to come but can't pay please see Gabi or other leadership. ADDRESS: Aldersgate Conference Center 7790 Marion Road SE http://www.aldersgateretreat.com/
Dystopia Rising: Indiana February 2016 Event (Fields of Iron) - Greenf
Hello Krampus from Ft Seymour. We missed you last Trade Meet! Are you still out there?
Kidz Kingdom's - Back To School Event & Summer Day Camp Showcase - Det
The kids are back to school, missing summer and looking for some fun in the community! Bring them out to our back to school event! Activities will Include: Playground Activities, Face Painting by Lindsay, Math Games with Ingrid Macon of Math Expansion, Kiddie Music by Mark Askin of Elite 360 Entertainment, School Supply Giveaways (while supplies last), October Birthday Party Specials!!! Admission is reduced to $4 for all children on this day! Adults are free! Face Painting is first come first served from 2-4 pm only. The Summer Day Camp Showcase will begin at 2 and continue throughout the event. We believe all children deserve the best educational and recreational opportunities this world has to offer.
Sebring Camp Youth Retreat - Sebring, OH
Please register at sebringcamp.org/retreat Spring Retreat is a short break from the world to see some camp friends and be a part of what's coming in the summer. We spends time in worship, eating around a fire, Bible Study and a little camp clean-up. Everyone is welcome and CIT hopefuls are strongly encouraged to come. This year we are collecting some sports equipment for camp so if you have any to donate. Thanks! We hope to see you there.
Veteran's Day Camp - San Diego, CA
Don’t just sign your child up for camp, give them the adventure of a lifetime at Kid Ventures camp! This November, we'll be having day camps at all 3 of our locations for Veteran's Day & Thanksgiving week.
Session 3 / Jul 10-Jul 22 - Cub Creek Science Camp
Animal Camp Jamaica is a 13 day adventure program that takes place on the island of Jamaica. Campers spend each morning at the ocean and each afternoon exploring different parts of the island. This program is limited to 13 campers per session. 573-458-2125
Summer Camp @ Arroyo Seco Park Group A (8-9) - City of Pasadena
The Arroyo Seco Adventure Camp offers opportunities to learn about our local, natural resources in a fun and exciting way. Now in its third year, this innovative camp pairs environmental education with traditional camp activities. Based in Brookside Park with regular activities in the lower Arroyo, this is an outdoor camp. The first week of camp focuses on origins of the Arroyo Seco and the geological events that created this amazing space. Other weeks focus on plants of the Arroyo, local animals and myths, protecting and exploring nature and survival skills. Conservation specialists lead daily nature walks and instruct on conservation of environmental resources, native plants and local wildlife. Other activities include casting pond fly-fishing, archery, horseback riding, hiking, environmental education lessons, swimming, art and group games. Campers go on a weekly environmental themed field trip. In previous years, trips included kayaking, nature centers and local farms. Staff ratio is 1 to 10. This camp is a great fit for campers ages eight to twelve who are interested in nature and are called to explore different kinds of recreation. Campers are grouped by age, and need sturdy closed toe shoes, sunscreen and hats. Lunch and snack included. ...
Camp - Red Tail Hawk - Rockwood Park
Have fun this summer exploring the outdoors and making new friends at Rockwood Park. During this adventure packed week we will climb trees with Riverside Outfitters, explore nature, learn target archery, and much more. For ages 7-9. Rockwood Park Shelter 1 Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. LOCATION Rockwood Park - Shelter #1 at Rockwood Park
Hockey Camp for Girls & Boys - Hopkins Campus
Join 2013 and 2014 State Champion coach Shawn Reid and Blake players for hours of skill development and fun. There will be 90 minutes of ice time each session followed by dryland training. In addition to hockey equipment, campers will need to bring tennis shoes. This camp is for players with hockey experience. 952-988-3463
Coding-Robotics - Amador Elementary School
CODING Through the use of Code Studio and Scratch students will examine the connections between elements of mathematics and computer science in a fun and engaging environment. Students will also engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grade 3-4 topics and texts, building on others ideas and expressing their own clearly. • Construct a program as a set of step-by-step instructions to be acted out. • Develop a simple understanding of an algorithm using computer-free exercises. • Use the basic steps in algorithmic problem solving to design solutions. • Describe and analyze a sequence of instructions being followed. • Use visual representations of problem states, structures, and data. • Use abstraction to decompose a problem into sub problems. • Examine connections between elements of mathematics and computer science including binary numbers, logic, sets, and functions. • Students will generate and compare multiple possible solutions to a problem based on how well each is likely to meet the criteria and constraints of the problem. ROBOTICS Time to create, build, and explore with LEGO Robotics! Students will build and program simple LEGO models using computers in small teams. Students will have the... 9258282551 x5431