Summer Camps in Crookston, MN
Our P.M. Club provides a safe environment for children to enjoy after 3:30 p.m., when our regular programs end. Activities include arts and crafts, outdoor organized games, free play, and reading time. Bring a snack and a water bottle—and wear sunscreen, a hat, and athletic shoes. If you fail to pick up your child on time, late pick-up fees apply. (Be sure to read Pick-Up policy.) Kristen Bauer is a first grade teacher at Zuni Elementary School, where she is dedicated to motivating children to learn to the best of their abilities. She has a B.S. in Early Childhood Multicultural Education from UNM. 505.828.3325
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My daughter learned the skills she needs to be more independent at this camp
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SummerCamp 2016 ! - Pasadena, CA
5/30 to 6/4 (Monday night to Saturday night) - Kick off party and briefing Monday night We roll out Tuesday AM
Youth America Summer Camp 2015 - Oklahoma City, OK
If you have been invited to this page, you are either a student or parent of a Rise Up aged student. Once again, Rise Up (6th-12th grade) is going to Youth America for camp this summer. The cost is $225 per person. The dates are July 13th-17th. We have broken down the $225 in to 3 payments to help your budget. February 25 - $75 non-refundable deposit due April 15 - $75 payment due June 17 - $75 payment due If you have any questions, contact Mikel Flanders.
Book Talk and Signing of "Summer Resorts & Kid's Camps" - Vassalboro,
Starting at 6pm Dale Potter-Clark will discuss the process and research that led to the writing of "The Founders and Evolution of Summer Resorts and Kids' Camps on Four Lakes in Central Maine". There will be time for Q&A followed by book signings. Books will be available for sale following the talk.
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Join us for our Teen Dance Camp Showcase at Esther Short Park! Free admission - we hope to see you there! P.S. Be sure to bring a blanket or lawn chair!
KidStreet Camp - Fort Lauderdale, FL
This year, KidStreet Camp will take your kids on the greatest adventure of all time with the Walk This Way VBS! We’ll hit the road with Paul and ask the same questions he asked and make some incredible discoveries along the way. Throughout the week we will be teaching your children how to... Listen to God Talk to God And even share their faith. The week is jam packed with activities, crafts, live worship, theater productions and incredible entertainment all the while keeping the focus on Jesus’ love for us! So grab your gear, check your GPS and get ready to WALK THIS WAY! Dates June 13th – 17th Ages 3 years old (Potty trained) – 5th grade (2015-2016 school year)
The Short Films Studio - The Evergreen School
Take a seat in the directors chair as you learn how to construct high-quality cinematic experiences. Youll learn how to plan, shoot and edit video like the pros as we cover camera operation, storyboards, shot types, framing, and editing with Adobe Premiere. Throughout the week, you will work with a small crew to produce a number of short films in a variety of styles. 206-957-1533
Park Adventures Camp - Historic Yates Mill County Park
This adventure camp allows participants to gain a sense of accomplishment by attaining goals in a unique historical setting and diverse natural environment. Daily camp themes include (1) Explorers & Mapping, (2) Pioneer-Farmers & Agriculture, (3) Millers & Mechanics, (4) History Detectives, and (5) Artist-Naturalists & Ecology. Among other activities, Day 1 includes a hike around the park, orienteering exercises and a canoe float; Day 2 includes a planting activity and visits to a local organic farm and the State Farmers Market; Day 3 includes a mill tour and an inventors workshop with simple machines; Day 4 includes a group mystery to solve and a road trip to the NC Museum of History; and Day 5 includes wildlife studies and sketching, pond dipping with nets and cane pole fishing. This program is almost full. Consider the waiting list as a backup option. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is a drop off program for ages 7-14; fee: $184.00/child (includes a $4.00 mill tour). There will be 2 adults with the kids at all times. Kids bring their own lunch. Camp size is limited (maximum of 12 participants), so sign up early! Preregistration is required. A registration packet including a health history...
Robots, Gagets & Gizmos - Spring - Adams Elementary
Held in Computer Lab. Held in Computer Lab With our high tech Samsung tablets, Lego WeDo Robotics kits and software, and Simple & Motorized Machines, our curriculum challenges kids to design and construct robots and 3-D innovations individually and as a team Students construct machines, program robots, build gadgets, gizmos, structures, and vehicles, and assemble electronics. Projects are different for fall, winter and spring sessions and do not repeat. Through these integrated STEAM projects, students gain problem-solving skills; develop spatial awareness and a basic understanding of geometry, physics, coding, design, and robotics. Learn more about us: www.TerrificScientific.org Spring Session:4/6/16 4/13/16 4/20/16 4/27/16 5/4/16 5/11/16 5/18/16 5/25/16 805-570-1988
3 Half Days AM Stamford April Vacation All Sports Camp - Turn of River Middle School
For Boys and Girls Ages 4-12 years old CHOOSE ANY 3 HALF DAYS 9AM-12:30 This program offers children a chance to participate in many different sports such as basketball, soccer, floor hockey, volleyball, and other physical education type activities. Full day campers should bring a peanutbutter free snack and lunch during the week, and half day campers need to bring just a snack. Instructors: Peak Performance Sports Camps Staff 203-943-9598
Day Camp 2 - University of Dayton
The Day Camps will emphasize fundamental skill development. The daily program will feature individual attention, small group instruction, contests and competitions, including 5-on-5 play. This is a campers unique opportunity to experience the University of Dayton Mens Basketball program up close. Day Camp sessions will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Check in will begin on Monday at 8 a.m. 937-229-4421