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Summer Camps in Corinne, UT

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Math Basics (1st-6th Grade) - Summit Schools
Struggling with basic math computation? This class is designed to help close the gap to success with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using manipulatives to strengthen concepts. This camp is appropriate for students with remedial skills. Two separate classes are offered: 1st - 3rd Grade & 4th-6th Grade *Please note: Students who are registered for a morning and afternoon camp within the same week are invited to stay for FREE supervised lunch and recess between 11:30 am-12:30 pm. Students should bring a sack lunch that does not require heating or cooling. Please note that lunch is not provided and students must be registered for both a morning and afternoon camp. 319-294-2036

Latest Review for NCCS Camp Newaygo

Terrific Time For the Whole Family
I was eager to enroll at Camp Newaygo for one important reason: we could all share the summer fun as a family. Sure it's important for the kids to have their own time but when we can make memories (and plenty of crafts!) together as a family then it makes our vacation all the better. Not only did our children have fun but I got to do a few things I never thought I would.... Read More...


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Hensel Christian Youth Camp - Marble Falls, TX
It seems every year there is one statement we hear time and time again from campers, “I don’t feel like I have the relationship with God I should, or could have.” Our relationship with God is constantly maturing, and we can all say we could have a stronger, healthier relationship with God. This is why our theme for Hensel 2016 is centered around providing our kids with the tools to have a healthy relationship with our God. The year’s theme is taken from Proverbs 3:1-10 and is simply “Committed: Becoming Children of God” , first serve and will open midnight on April 2

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Camp KidJam - UNC Wilmington
Pick up registration forms in the Children's Ministry Lobby. Check out our website for FAQ and forms. http://asbc.net/ministries/children/campkidjam

Youth Leaders "Thanksgiving" Fellowship and Business Session - Springf
Hosted this month by Camp Barnabas, providing us a FREE lunch at their office location in Springfield! Leaders will have the opportunity to "connect" with other youth leaders in ministry, and to share ideas and resources! Bring printed material on events you would like to promote to share with the group. You will hear about some great opportunities for ministry through this camp for special needs students. This will also be our "elections" business session at 11:15 prior to lunch. All voting members are encouraged to be present. Also, those who want may join the Coordinator to be praying for our campuses, students, and leaders about 30 min. prior to the start. RSVP by joining this event or e-mailing Doug at [email protected]

Mardi Gras Kid Camp - Marrero, LA
Kid Camp Games, Tumbling, Karate, Focus & Stretch FUN - FUN - FUN Entire Week Only $65.00 Sign Up Today to Secure Your Spot

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Feb 15 One Day Camp - Duluth Center
Full Day Camp (9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.) $300 per Week Kids Camp Schedule (Ages 3-6) Includes: LEGO® Class(M,W,F) or KNex Class (T,Thurs), Movie Making Class,Story Time, Arts & Crafts Time, and Free Build Exploration. Junior Camp Schedule (Ages 6-8) Includes: LEGO® Robotics Class(M,W,F) or KNex Class (T,Thurs), Movie Making Class, Kids Coding Class, and Free Build Exploration. Advanced High Tech Camp Schedule (Ages 9-16) Includes: LEGO® Includes One LEGO® Robotics Class(M,W,F) or KNex Class (T,Thurs), Video Game Creation, Video Game Character Creation class, and Free Build Exploration. Half Day Camp: Kids Camp Schedule (Ages 3-6) $150 per Week Kids Camp Schedule (Ages 3-6) $35 per Day (9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.) Includes: LEGO® Class(M,W,F) or KNex Class (T,Thurs)and Free Build Lego Time. Junior Camp Schedule (Ages 6-8) $150 per Week Junior Camp Schedule (Ages 6-8) $35 per Week (9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.) Includes: LEGO® Robotics Class(M,W,F) or KNex Class (T,Thurs), and Free Build Lego Time. Advanced High Tech Camp Schedule (Ages 9-16) $225 per Week (11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.) CampClass Includes: One LEGO® Robotics Class(M,W,F) or KNex Class (T,Thurs), Video Game Creation Class, and Free Build Lego Time. Due to varying food needs we do not provide... 6785173500.0

Spring Break - Friday (2nd-4th grade) - Nature Center at Shaker Lakes
Water is an important resource that is fun to explore in the spring when snow is melting and puddles are forming! ***RECEIVE AN INSTANT $30 DISCOUNT WHEN YOU SIGN UP FOR ALL FIVE DAYS OF SPRING BREAK CAMP*** 216-321-5935 x243

Mini Camp Tye Dyed Iguana - Community Park
Each day will feature a lesson and an interactive demonstration on different groups of animals, reptiles, amphibians, and insects (different group every day) Live animals will be brought into class each day. On Friday only of this week we will be going to Rock Springs and herping and activity in which we search for animals in their natural environments. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Check in for this activity is in the lower level of the Katy Cavins Center

Robots, Gagets, Gizmos - Winter - Adams Elementary
Held in Computer Lab. Through fun, hands-on and engaging science, engineering, and design technology, students learn how the world works, how buildings stand up, how machines move, and how people design, make and use technology. Projects are different for fall, winter and spring sessions and do not repeat. Using a wide assortment of curriculum materials, including KNEX, Keva Planks, Lego WeDo Robotics, Snap Circuits, and hands-on building projects, students construct machines; program robots, build gadgets, gizmos, structures and vehicles, and assemble electronics such as a radio or flying saucer. Through these integrated STEAM projects, students gain problem-solving skills; develop spatial awareness and a basic understanding of physics, gravity, electricity, energy, design, and robotics. STEAM= (science, technology, engineering, art, math). Science was never this much fun! 10 Classes for Winter Session: 1/13/16 1/20/16 1/27/16 2/3/16 2/10/16 2/17/16 2/24/16 3/2/16 3/9/16 3/23/16 NO Classes: 3/16 PC 805-570-1988

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