Summer Camps in Earth, TX
For rising 7th grade SAA-SDS students only The transition from 6th to 7th grade demands a student be responsible, accountable, independent, and organized. With this session, the student will gain insight of what to expect as he/she moves into Junior High at SAA-SDS. Knowledge of navigating through Haiku, as well as understanding the expectations of each 7th grade teacher, will be presented during this session. Make the transition into Junior High a smooth one by taking advantage of this informative session. Instructor: Cathy Bennett, SAA-SDS Learning Specialist Dates/Times: July 25-29 Session II: 12:30-3:00 901-435-5843
Latest Review for Wildwood: A Mass Audubon Camp for Outdoor Exploration
Camp Helps Kid’s fall in Love with Nature
My 13 year old son loves the outdoor activities at Wildwood: A Mass Audubon Camp for Outdoor Explorattion. This camp will pull your child away from the television, video games, cell phones and other modern electronics. The camp counselors help kids explore their interests, find their passion and learn to socialize with others. This camp is designed for children ages 9 through 17.... Read More...
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Teen Winter Art Camp: Positive Posters - Louisville, KY
With the New Year upon what better way to start it out than with a positive poster to hang in your home or community! Children can create their own quote for their poster or we will provide a variety for them to choose from. We will provide a variety of creative materials as well as a few inspiration pieces. Although we do teach technique we allow and encourage the voice of each individual child to shine through. In other words, no two paintings or sculptures will ever leave our studio looking the same. We value and honor the voice and creative spirt of each individual child and encourage them to find their own creative path. **Please remember to pack a healthy lunch and snack!
Masjid Annur 17th Annual Youth Camp - Sacramento, CA
Assalamu Alykum my fellow brothers. The event that everyone awaits for every year is here again with the title "Reviving Our Roots". Spend the weekend that is full of activities, workshops, fun, and last but not least, DELICIOUS food. We have limited seats in our vans that will transport you to the campsite. We had to turn away many kids last year because we didn't have space for them. You definitely do not want to be that kid this year. RESERVE YOUR SPOT BY 9/4 & SAVE $25. Register at: masjidannur(dot)com In order to truly take advantage of the camp and enjoy it the most, we require each Youth Camper to bring these items: Sleeping Bag Sweater or Jacket Quran Bug Repellent Cloth Flashlight Towel Life jacket(No swimming without it) Wash up items (toothbrush/paste/soap/comb) We highly recommend these items: Sun Screen Hat Trail mix Reusable water bottle Carry sack (backpack) Prayer Rug
Ward Cycle a Kid to Camp! - Abingdon, MD
Register to ride for an hour or all four OUTSIDE on the cycle studio bikes! DJ! Giveaways! QuikShakes samples! Refreshments! Register today to secure your bike then fundraise or donate to complete your registration. Ride for ALL four hours and raise/donate $231, which sends a kid to camp for an entire week! Ride for an hour and raise/donate $58. Register online today!
Winter Break Kid Camps at Bitter Root Pottery - Woodland Hills, CA
Winter Break Kids Session 2 December 28th - 31st (9am - 12pm) ($240/ per week) All camp classes are by reservation only, please email your inquiry along with a contact phone number reserve your classes as we fill up quickly. Camp daily classes are available upon request and availability. For Westfield Village Location: [email protected] For Beverly Grove Location: [email protected]
Summer Camp & Activities Fair Sponsored by Washington Family Magazine
Stop by the Camp SheEO booth to register for local summer camps or join our mailing list. Admission and parking are FREE. Details at www.Facebook.com/WashingtonFamilySummerCampFairs
Bob Stoops Football Camp - Bob Stoops Football Camp
Providing campers entering 3rd-12th grade with a unique experience at one of the most successful programs in college football. 405-535-5745
Advanced Algebra Skills (29503A) - Cary Academy
Build on your knowledge of basic algebra by tackling more complex concepts such as polynomials, factoring, parabolas, exponents and radicals. Become more confident about your ability to do well in advanced algebra and gain an appreciation for how algebra really does relate to the real world. Measure your progress through assessments given on the first and final days. Participants must have completed Algebra 1 or Common Core Math 1 before the start of the week. 919-677-7839
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
JAM II Camp - Camp Moses Merrill
We are jamming all the fun of a week at camp into 3 days and 2 nights. 4th through 6th grade campers will discover God in worship and play. Swimming, zip lining, games, daily devotions, and campfires are just some of the adventure campers will experience while here. Arrival Time: Wednesday afternoon 3-4 pm Pick-up Time: Friday 11 am 402-666-5639
Learn to Babysit Exploration - Carolina Day School
Every successful babysitter has a few tricks up their sleeve to keep kids happy, healthy, and most of all entertained! Campers will complete an interactive notebook filled with kid friendly snacks, learning activities by age group, engaging games, and more. We also cover topics child care professionals need to know such as how to build a resume, interviewing with potential families, how to find child care jobs, caring for children with special needs, and being a professional. This is a great time for strengthening babysitting skills and sharing experiences with other campers. Leader: Amanda Moss Edwards 828-274-0757