Summer Camps in De Valls Bluff, AR
Do you love to sew or want to learn how? Each day will feature a project including cross-stitch, embroidery, hand sewing and machine sewing. Take away cool creations and new skills. Materials are provided for each student. Blake teacher Lisa Small leads this camp. 952-988-3463
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A Kid's Life! (Homeschool Cast - CampTMP) - Tacoma, WA
Camp TMP's Homeschool Academy presents "A Kid's Life" on Tuesday, November 29, at 4 pm. This cast of eight student performers shares an exciting adventure in the world of a kid! A How-To Musical Guide to the Most Daring, Dangerous, Exciting Time ... Like ... Ever! Composers: John Jacobson, Mac Huff A massive electromagnetic attack from outer space has jammed all technical systems, and there is no electricity, no cell phones, no laptops – NO FUN! The kids are in a panic and don't know what to do, until Grandpa and Grandma arrive on the scene and introduce them to a day filled with daring and adventure, music and imagination – all without fancy gadgets! This creative 35-minute musical appropriate for all ages features seven original songs, choreography, and terrific acting! Admission is by donation and perfect for the whole family to attend.
Teen Camp 2016 - Valyermo, CA
Manager: Adam IV Thropay Speaker: Brian Rainey Grades: 6-8 Ages: 11-14 Cost: $315 Register at: http://verdugopines.org/ or call (760) 249-4647
Youth Football Camp with the Florida Stingrays - Fort Myers, FL
FREE Youth football game with the Florida Stingrays
Teen Camp- South Region - Sandia, TX
KCF Teen Camp - Terra Alta, WV
Kingwood Christian Fellowship's Teen Camp 2015 is open to all high school teens (grades 9-12). Cost of camp is $35.00 if you pre-register by August 15 or $40.00 if you register after August 15. You can register up until 6:00 p.m. at the camp on August 21, the first day of camp. Siblings who register together each get $5.00 off of the cost of camp. To pre-register, or if you have any questions, contact Anthony Favro at 304-216-2509 or on Facebook.
AM - Creating Imaginary Worlds - St Joseph Notre Dame Campus -Marianist Hall
This processed-based camp introduces our youngest actors to the world of theater by creating stories and characters through art, song, dance, storytelling and more! Students will learn about and make props and sets, costumes and masks, and bring their own stories to life for a mini performance on Friday. 510-764-8979
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
Little LEGO Maniacs - Old Trail School
Students will get hands-on time with LEGOs and free build creations of their choice. They will also use LEGO Digital Designer on the computers in the lab, experimenting with 3D drawings and computer-aided design. Its a fun time with LEGOs and begin practicing to describe their creations and presenting them to parents and teachers on the last day. Y5s are welcomed to join us for this class. Day: 4 Tuesdays (3/1-3/22) Instructor: Anne Riede, Old Trail School Technology Instructor 3306661118.0
Early Reader Program - Valle Verde Elementary
Classroom: D-8 Instructor: Active Reading Center () This reading class is designed for first and second grade students who have difficulty learning to read in traditional environments. We utilize play activities that help emerging readers learn letter sounds, and blend those sounds into words. All teaching is done by trained teachers from the Active Reading Center. A brief evaluation of each students abilities will be provided at the end of the session. Students may be recommended for work with a reading teacher on a one-on-one basis. Class size is limited to six. Priority will be given to students who have not taken this class. (7 classes) 415-314-1749
OZ - wk 7 - Free Play Outdoor Sports - Camp All-American
Similar to our indoor specialty, campers select the outdoor sport of their choice and play the game! Popular options include Soccer, Football, and Ultimate Frisbee. 678.405.2266