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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: MONDAY Winter/Spring 2016 AM Parent Toddler Group18-36 Months - All Saints Episcopal Church
Montessori Atrium Parent Toddler Group 18-36 Months The parent-toddler group meets once a week in the All Saints Montessori Toddler Atrium environment. Children accepted into the program are ages 18-36 months and must be accompanied by parent. Children need not be potty trained to be accepted into our program. Children explore activities of Practical Life, Sensorial and Language materials along with seasonal presentations of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd with the aid of a Montessori atrium guide. Parents observe and learn together with their children gaining insights into supporting their childs growth and development, nurturing the whole child. A Montessori book group, parenting support and exploration of creating a Montessori space in the home as an aid to the child are discussed. There are no refunds once the program begins. Families who withdraw from class for any reason will not be refunded. 703-960-4224
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NIKE Softball Camps at Idaho State
 
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41.61 Miles
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, Pocatello, Idaho
Directing the camp is first year head coach Julie Wright. All levels of softball campers are welcome at this Idaho NIKE Camp...
Activities: Youth Programs
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Grace, ID Summer Camps

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Parents of TEENS workshop and Teen Boot CAMP - Woodland Park, CO
PARENTS will participate in a video and peer to peer discussion based workshop to learn tools and techniques to help you manage thru the teen years. TEENS will participate in a Boot CAMP(Confident Adolesents Maturing Positively) and discuss topics such as, peer pressure, building confidence and communication skills, managing emottions and making healthy choices.

Art Summer Camp with Mrs. Reeder! - Geneva, FL
Mrs. Angela Reeder, our Geneva Elementary Art Teacher, is offering engaging Summer Art Lessons that foster creativity and hands-on learning in a fun and relaxed environment! Space is limited! !! Don't miss it!!! 9AM-12PM Mon-Thu Ages 6-12 $120 Per week --Includes supplies and snacks $20 discount for each additional sibbling Different Theme Each Week: June 13-16: "See you at the Beach!" June 20-23: "Whiskers & Paws!" June 27-30: "Stars & Stripes!" July 18-21: "Out of this World!" Call 407-739-2638 or E-mail: [email protected]

“Teen Sexism, Self-image and School Success” with Campbell Leaper, PhD
Adolescents today face the competing demands of doing well in school, being popular, developing close relationships with friends and romantic partners, and appearing sexually attractive to others. Each of these challenges is affected by stereotypes about what is considered desirable or undesirable for each gender. Sexism occurs when these stereotypes constrain the self-image and aspirations of girls and boys. What are the most powerful influences in teen sexism – family, peers, school, music, social media. How are these influences and the stereotypes they promote affecting teen relationships and school success? Do you worry about their effects on your children? Campbell Leaper, Professor and Department Chair of Psychology at UC Santa Cruz, and co-founder of the Gender Development Research Conference, is an expert on gender ideologies, self-concept, sexism, and gender bias in schools. He will talk about the ways that gender stereotypes affect girls’ and boys’ self-image, relationships, and school success. Most importantly, he will discuss what adults can do to mitigate sexism and the negative cultural influences in our kids’ lives. For more information on Campbell Leaper: http://people.ucsc.edu/~cam/Site/Welcome.html CCSF Parking Permit: http://parentscoalition.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/CCSF-parking-permit.pdf

Kid's Training Camp - Greenwood Village, CO
Prepare for the Kids Triathlon with these three training sessions. Kids will practice the swim, bike, run and transitions and learn race course safety. Dates: September 14, 15 and 16 Time: 6:00-7:30pm Days: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Cost: $30 Limited to 25 participants

Performance preps first annual youth camp - Federal Way, WA
Speed ,agility training and individual skill position drills this camp is free for the kids so bring them out for some Learning and fun activities first 25 kids shirts are free $10 per shirt but not required just dress with black shirts

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Writing to Perform Week 4 - Germantown Academy
Explore the written word through creativity and imagination! Campers will strengthen their language arts skills and public speaking through vintage radio shows, one act plays, and student made original compositions! After Writing to Perform, campers will continue on to Day Camp or MultiSport for Lunch, Free swim, weekly themes, and activties! 267-405-7520

Bay Bounders (Week 9 AM) - Camouflage Masquerades - NESS
Stripes, spots, texture, chromatophores, and more! Be amazed by the incredible world of camouflage and the ways that animals use it. Search our aquariums, islands, eel grass, tide pools, fields and other ecosystems. Look into the habits of camouflage champions like eels, sharks, squid, flounder, and insects. Includes: microscopes, 1 boat trip, & snorkeling 860-535-9362

KidSport Afternoon: Tennis & Golf, 7/11 - 7/15 - Scarlett Middle School
[] KidSport Afternoon: Tennis & Golf Each week features a different sport teaching basic fundamentals skills, rules, team building and sportsmanship and open swimming time. Director: Kerry Winkelseth, UM School of Kinesiology. Campers bring snacks and water. Afternoons, Monday-Friday. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Curbside Drop-off. Staff will pick-up your camper from your car at 1:00 PM and bring your camper to your car at 4:00 PM. KidSport offers children the opportunity to learn and refine non-competitive sport-specific, team building and social skills. The activities are age appropriate and developed by experts in childrens physical education. KidSport is staffed by certified teachers as well as physical education and education majors focused on providing a first-rate experience for your kids! Scholarships are available from UM KidSport at www.kines.umich.edu/umove.kidsport [] Application deadline is April 30. This camp is not eligible for Rec & Ed Scholarships. LOCATION SCARLETT SCHOOL at Scarlett Middle School PREREQUISITES 2014-2015 KidSport Camp Registration

ASRC Spring Camp Week 2 Apr 4th-8th (Full Day) - Arroyo Seco Racquet Club
Enjoy a week of Spring tennis camp iTennis Arroyo Seco location. This camp is designed for kids of all ages at beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. Tennis drills & games in the morning are supplemented with fun field trips including golf instruction, swimming, ice skating, laser tag, bowling & more! Make this the Winter of a life time!! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What to bring: Sporting attire, tennis racquet & water. Racquets may also be purchased at the first day of camp. LOCATION Arroyo Seco Racquet Club INSTRUCTOR Mike Ridaoui Fabio Machado

Imaginative Masks - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
Discover the diversity of cultural face masks found throughout the world. Create three-dimensional face masks out of a variety of materials and paint to finish. Hang on the wall and put on display and express yourself in a face mask. 302 239-2434 x120

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