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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 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
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Texas 4-H Conference Center
 
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Distance
42.62 Miles
Address:
5600 FM 3021, Brownwood, Texas 76801
Conf. & Retrt facility offering youth camping programs family reunions shcool activities corp. functions & corp. & youth trainging on teamwork & communication...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Sailing,...
YMCA Camp Grady Spruce 2
 
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Distance
49.7 Miles
Address:
, Graford, Texas
Where Kids Come to Life! Camaraderie
Activities: Adventure Camps: Rock Climbing
YMCA Camp Grady Spruce 3
 
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49.7 Miles
Address:
, Graford, Texas
All three camps offer similar activities such as water skiing
Activities: Adventure Camps: Assorted Adventures
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Eastland, TX Summer Camps

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Pokhara Youth Camp - Pokhara
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Kid's Summer Sew Camp - Yakima, WA
Our kid's summer sew camp includes three fun-filled days of crafting and project making while learning a valuable skill! Sew camp is ideal for children ages 7 and up who haven’t sewn before or are still beginning, or those who want to learn more. Each day will bring a new project! We will be running two camps for three consecutive days frp, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Camp will include a snack (children with special dietary restrictions or preferences are encouraged to bring their own) and all materials. Past projects include making pajama sets, totes, lunch bags and more! Session 1: June 21st - 23rd Session 2: July 12th - 14th

Kid's Night In-Parent's Night Out! - Fosston, MN
We are offering a Kid’s Night In at Camp so parents can have a date night. This month's theme is FALL FUN. The night will include camp activities,fall themed crafts, games, pizza and applesauce for dinner and a movie. (if your child has dietary restrictions, please send something to eat with them.) Register here: http://www.sandhilllakebiblecamp.com/#/kids-night-in/register Ages 1-12 November 19th 4pm-9pm Cost is $15 per child if registered by November 12th. After early bird pricing will be $20 per child. There is a $5 discount per child the 3+ kids in each family. You can pay using our donation page or by mailing a check. You can also pay by check or cash the night of the event (early bird pricing will not apply.) Drop off and pick up will be at the front door of our Chalet. Pay here: http://www.sandhilllakebiblecamp.com/#/welcome-to-shlbc/donate-pay

Brianna Cathers Youth Volleyball camp - Saint Helens, OR
Brianna Cathers High School Senior Project Youth Volleyball Camp Grades: 4th - 8th grade Cost: $25.00 per player (Forms can be printed and emailed to Brianna at: [email protected] OR print and turn bring on day of camp along with payment. Checks payable to: TEAM Natalie DONATIONS ACCEPTED All proceeds from the camp are going to a beautiful two and half year old girl named Natalie who has been diagnosed with High Risk Stage 4 Neuroblastoma. She has recently travelled to New York to have the Neuroblastoma treated (successfully) and is now going through Antibody Treatment and MANY other tests/procedures. Please have your camper bring snacks, water, tennis shoes Campers will receive: Volleyball lessons/training LOTS of fun and games A shirt in honor of Natalie Google Docs link for registration form: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IiXR3MZElDHxMwj3jkgBD5zJSdpJ4cdnmxS3V9heO2I/edit?usp=sharing

YOUTH SUMMER CAMP: BAKING BOOT CAMP (AGES 10-14) - Pensacola, FL
JUNE 13 - JUNE 17 Monday through Friday Ages 10-14 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Future pastry chefs create detailed cakes, pies and breads. More advanced decorating styles and skills are practiced to create their own “masterpieces.” The final day will be dedicated to our own baking competition. Register at http://www.cookingschoolsofamerica.com/pensacolacooks/index.php?page=series#565

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835PM: Minecraft 3D Game Design and Adventure Maps - NextGen Tech Learning
In this camp, students will learn about 3D game design and adventure maps in Minecraft. You will learn to use MCEdit and SPC to make adventure maps & other Minecraft maps. You will add many traps to your maps and receive some great rewards at the end. At the end of this camp, you will be able to take your creations home and share them with your friends. Educators around the world are discovering that Minecraft provides infinite possibilities to engage and educate kids of all ages. 925-659-8000

Summer Session - Athletic Development 2016 #3 - Killington Mountain School
Hello, We are very excited to announce the launch of the all-new KSC and KMS Summer Sessions. The Summer Sessions will be focused on athletic development, coaching our young athletes in multi-sport environments that will help develop athletic literacy and capacity in a fun-filled setting. Our Summer Sessions will be directed by Gar Trayner, Olympian, former World Cup coach and current Director of Athlete Development at Killington Mountain School. We have collaboration with iSport and Vermont Orthopaedic to supplement our sports-specific content and act as medical advisors and supporters. In addition to this we will have world class national team and collegiate athletes and coaches delivering our sessions to provide a cutting edge experience for young athletes. We are introducing a brand-new calendar of exciting sessions this summer with Athletic Conditioning Camps, Summer Action Sport Camps and Cyclocross, Road Biking and Mountain Bike Camps available. Athletic Conditioning Camps Athletic Conditioning Camps are for active kids, ages 10-18, from any sporting background. Our camps will use a multi-sport approach utilizing pioneering techniques and workouts that are both fun and effective. Athletes will be supported in learning about movement literacy, athletic capacity, understanding of athletic lifestyle and overall healthy living, as well... 802 422 5671 x257

CC: Fun with Food May 30 - June 3 - Parks and Rec Office and Cavins Community Center
Come join us for Fun with Food! Learn, cook, and create appetizing snacks. This camp will have a little something for every little chef! AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION KCCC Basement at Parks and Rec Office and Cavins Community Center

Spring Break Hardware Hacking - LMHQ
Come get a taste of hardware hacking and electronics in our 3-day spring break Arduino & Electronics Workshop. Were very excited to introduce students to working with microprocessors, sensors, motors, and other amazing tools. By the end of this course, students will know how to build basic circuits connected to their Arduinos, and will be able to write code to control their hardware using the Arduino IDE. This is a great option for students wanting to get a taste of code, hardware, and electrical engineering over their spring break! Students will get their own Arudino kits (which they can keep at the end of the course) and will work in small groups to build and explore the world of Arduino sensors and actuators. Well also have guest engineers come in for tech talk talks about the hardware and software development industries. (718) 395-9655

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

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