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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: PreK: Geo Giants - Main Room
Geo Giants! Tiny scientists in this 10 week class will learn about some of the awesome natural forces at work on our planet! Well make volcanoes and work with tornadoes, experience the wonderful life cycles of insects and the amazing journey plants take as they change from seeds to plants! Mealworms stop by for a visit - well keep track like scientists as we watch them change! Recycling art helps us turn trash into treasure as we design terrariums to help us learn about living things - just in time for Spring! 7188328400.0
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300 E Scott Lake Dr, Scott City, Kansas 67871
Beautiful canyon setting for Christian nurture && growth;serving youth && adults;wheelchair accessible-pool,hiking,adjacent to state lake for canoeing & sailing.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Nature/Environmental Studies, Religious Study,...
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Goodland, KS Summer Camps

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Kid's Camp - Kutztown, PA
Cultural camp for kids ages 6-14. Crafts include hearth cooking, pottery, wool wallets, hex signs, and more. Camp is $90 per student.

Teen Summer Garden Camp - Carlisle, PA
Cumberland County, PA – New this summer, a horticulture program designed just for teens! Join the Master Gardeners of Cumberland County for their first-ever Teen Summer Garden Camp on two Mondays, June 20 and June 27, 2016, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Held at the Penn State Extension Office in Carlisle and the Southeast Agricultural Research and Extension Center (SEAREC) in Manheim, PA, this fun-filled camp offers teens ages 13-15, or in grades 7-9, the ability to explore and discover the “behind-the-scenes” of a garden. The first camp session on June 20 offers teens the opportunity to delve deeper into horticulture topics and engage in hands-on learning about the scientific method, photosynthesis, chromatography, soils, microscope skills, and plant identification. Teens will also build their very own gourd birdhouse. Come prepared for plenty of exploration, observations, activities and discussions! For the second camp session on June 27, teens will travel to the Southeast Agricultural Research and Extension Center (SEAREC) in Manheim, PA. Campers will take a wagon tour across the research farm, explore thousands of annual and perennial flowers, visit the Idea Gardens, and create a colorful bandana using vegetable dyes. Teens will also explore the Pollinator, Vegetable, and Flower Variety...

PAC (Pre-teen's in Action Camp) - Welches, OR
For children who have finished grades 3-6, let Pastor Randy or Kerri know if interested in going to PAC this year. TOMs (teen helpers) need to get registered ASAP. More info coming!

Folsom Teen Bible Boot Camp 2016 - Folsom, CA
The church of Christ in Folsom, California will be hosting a free Bible study for teenagers and college students during the weekend of April 15-17, 2016. We usually hold this annual Bible study on the third weekend in April (except when Easter falls on that weekend, and then another April weekend is selected). During this weekend, participants will attend a Friday night singing and a Bible study on Saturday morning and afternoon. The age group for visitors at this event is current high school students (9th to 12th grades) and college-aged young people. Participants are encouraged to come Friday night and stay through Sunday morning services at the Folsom church of Christ. Members of the church are willing to open their homes on Friday and Saturday for lodging, and overnight arrangements will be organized by grade level and gender. If you would like to attend, please complete the online registration form by Saturday, April 9th at: http://folsom.cierecloud.com/forum/about/ or on the Folsom congregation’s website. Please feel free to forward this to others in your congregation, grandchildren, friends, etc. and have their young people join us.

HS Winter Camp - Walla Walla, WA
Get ready for Trinity Youth's 18th annual High School Winter Camp! This weekend will be filled with good food, great friends, and whole lot of fun. Our goals for this camp are: To build strong student-leader relationships To build strong peer relationships To meet students right where they are—helping them take that next step in knowing Jesus better. Oh, and there is also possibility of having a lot of fun, too! Students and leaders will be leaving from Trinity at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, February 19th (dinner not provided). From the church, we will drive 45 minutes south to Meadowood Springs. Everyone will be staying the next two nights at the retreat center there. We will be back at Trinity by 12:00 p.m. on Sunday the 21st. The cost of camp is $105. This cost covers travel, lodging, food and fun. To secure your free Winter Camp 2016 t-shirt, get your registration and $25 non-refundable deposit by Sunday, January 17th! After this date, all registrations will be charged an additional $15 late fee. All registrations and full payments are due by Sunday, February 7th. We don’t want anyone—new or old—to not come to Winter Camp because of the cost, so if a scholarship would...

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Obrien County Summer Day Camp - Sheldon Parks and Recreation
This program is a join partnership between the OBrien County Conservation Boards and the City of Sheldon Parks and Recreation. The camps will be at Sheldon Crossing Pond on June 17 and at Hill Park on July 8. At the camp well have activities, games, crafts, and more. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This program is a join partnership between the OBrien County Conservation Boards and the City of Sheldon Parks and Recreation. The camps will be at Sheldon Crossing Pond on June 17 and at Hills Park on July 10. At the camp well have activities, games, crafts, and more. SUB-ACTIVITIES * Obrien County Summer Day Camp [] * Obrien County Summer Day Camp []

Number Sense - Office of Children, Youth & Learning
Children learn math concepts through games, songs, learning centers, whole group activities and everyday math related experiences and problem solving. Children develop number recognition, counting skills and learn to use numbers and language to compare quantities and solve problems. Sorting, patterning, measurement, graphing, shapes and number formation are included in the number sense curriculum. IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a Drop-off Class and therefore children must meet the following requirements; use the bathroom independently, separate easily from parent/guardian, and be 3 years old on the first day of class. 401-475-0929 x1

I Know Science K-5th - St. Philips
Calling all scientists! I KNOW SCIENCE brings together FUN and EXPLORATION by providing weekly labs that focus on important science concepts through hands-on experiments children love. I Know Science encourages children to discover through engaging activities. These are some of the experiments that our research-based curriculum offers: Building a Solar Powered Car; Chemical Reactions; Creepy Crawlies; Magnets; Ecosystems; Simple Machines; Our Magnificent Solar System and many more... Children will be fully engaged by our trained and enthusiastic Lab Instructors, colorful visuals, and fun lab experiments. All materials are included. Their completed experiments will be sent home, weekly. Instructor: I Know Science Staff 305-444-6366 x42

1st-4th grade: American Doll and Etiquette Camp - Saint Marys School
Etiquette and good manners is all about kindness, consideration and truthfulness. This camp will celebrate young girls and all that they can be. We will try to speak to their imagination and teach them the importance of friends and family. We will use Role Play and other fun activities to entertain, educate and inspire them. The Etiquette section will include: Memory Work; a written invitation; making proper introductions; using proper telephone etiquette. We will learn to make an appointment, make purchases and just ask questions. We will set a proper table, drink hot tea from a teacup and eat hot soup with a spoon. Finally, we will help set up a proper Tea Table for our Graduation Tea. During this week of camp we will enjoy our dolls and even choose our own Doll of the Year. As we study good character traits, we will try to spark their imagination and teach them the importance of family and friends as we name and develop our very own Doll of the Year, we will write a short book about her. Together we will tell of her character traits and her favorite activities. We will also develop a family for her and... 9194244028.0

Shark Squad - Grade 1-3 - NatureBridge at Golden Gate
Come face-to-face with the seldom seen sharks of the Pacific as you discover the mysterious world of carnivorous fish. Uncover shark myths and legends from around the world and spend some quality hands-on time with live shark visitors. Discover the distinctive adaptations, superb senses, and unique anatomy that propel sharks to the top of the food chain. Dive into bony fish investigations in the Marine Lab, create a one-of-a-kind shark inspired piece of art, and build a shark totem pole to honor all youve learned! 415-331-1548

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