Summer Camps in Grannis, AR
Join us for this 4 week session featuring the LEGO WeDo Robotics kit! This session is designed for students who are brand new to WeDo as well as those who have participated in previous sessions this year. Students will be able to build LEGO models featuring working motors and sensors; program their models; and explore a series of cross-curricular, theme-based activities while developing their skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Students will work WITH A PARTNER during all activities. Please make sure your child is aware ahead of time that they will be partnered up with someone to complete their creations. 904-287-8603
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“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
Cool No School-Kids Halloween Camp - Martinez, CA
No School on Columbus Day! Need Somewhere to Go! Come hang out and be a part of this fun creative Halloween Themed Class. We are going to create 3 projects throughout the day while we visit with friends, eat pizza and get artsy. Project 1: Spooky Halloween Candle Project 2: Watercolor Haunted House Framed Art Project 3: Trick or Treat Bag Cost Includes: All Project Supplies, Pizza Party, & Studio Fee Age appropriate for 5-12yrs Cost: $50 per participant 10 person minimum to hold class
FOSTER 4 KIDS FIRST Campaign Kickoff Party - New Port Richey, FL
Come and join us as we kick off Shawn Foster's Race for Honorary Governor Of West Pasco to support Pasco Kids First and the WPCC. We will have appetizers provided by Boulevard Beef & Ale and a cash bar. You will have the opportunity to hear about the exciting events Shawn and his committee have planned for the next couple months and unique opportunities to support the campaign! Entrance is only a $10 donation to FOSTER 4 KIDS FIRST!
2016 Teen Winter Camp - Valyermo, CA
This is going to be a fun weekend learning about God and why we can trust Him with lessons from Psalm 91-94 by Dave Chung.
Kids In The Middle 24-Hour Matching Gift Campaign - St. Louis, MO
This is a special opportunity to make a HUGE difference to Kids In The Middle. On August 23 starting at 12 p.m., all donations to KITM will be matched dollar for dollar for 24 hours. We have generous donors who are willing to match your donation DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR. That means that for every single dollar you give, KITM will get $4! This is an amazing opportunity to make a real difference!
Youth Learn to Row Camp - Water Sports Center
Learn to row this summer! Participants learn proper rowing technique, whole body conditioning and water safety while making new friends and enjoying a new and fun activity. Youth who particpate during the summer get a head start on team rowing if they choose to row during the school year. All camps are two weeks and there is no limit to the number of sessions a participant can sign up for. Eligibility - anyone who has never rowed prior to summer 2016, ages 13-18 and entering 8th - 12th grade in fall 2016. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOCR is open to student athletes, ages 13-18 (8th-12th grade), regardless of experience. Practice is daily after school, Monday through Friday, 3:45-6:15p, and Saturday mornings 7:30-10:00a. LOCR offers a Fall racing season, Winter training season, Spring racing season, plus options row during the summer months. Rowers new to the sport are considered Novice and after their first year advance to Varsity. Through a partnership with the local high schools, Varsity athletes have an opportunity to letter just as they would in a sport offered through their school. INCLEMENT WEATHER: LOCR reserves the right to cancel classes due to poor weather or water...
Holstein Park Summer Camp (8/22-8/26) - Holstein Park
This sports camp will feature a variety of sports and games to play throughout the week. Campers will have instruction with coaches through structured games and activities. Sports include basketball, soccer, volleyball, dodgeball, floor hockey and kickball. Snack and lunch to be provided by parents. 7736851682.0
3. Gan Yeladim - S1 - Camp Chaverim
or campers entering Kindergarten. Young campers play in their own area where they are closely supervised by experienced Early Childhood Specialists and trained Counselors to maintain a very high staff-to-camper ratio. Weekly Rotating Activities include: Arts & Crafts, Silly Songs & Dances, Swimming, Yoga Fun, Kids Kitchen Sports & Games, Judaica Campers stay on site at all times. 4058483132.0
Oceans (June 20) - Montessori Academy at Vickery
Explore the wonderful world of fish, from sharks to surf perch, during this fun-filled week of Ocean Explorers. 770-777-9131
Girls Soccer 1 - Brigham Young University
Enjoy four days of fast-paced training in the worlds most popular sport, soccer. Join BYU womens soccer head coach Jennifer Rockwood and BYU mens soccer head coach Chris Watkins for an exciting experience to refine your soccer skills while increasing your technical and tactical knowledge of the game. Participate in demanding training sessions, small-sided games and plenty of team scrimmages. BYU soccer camps are available for all levels of soccer players, from those just beginning competition to those who have had a high level of experience (premier club level and ODP). Many campers also attend to showcase their abilities in the hopes of someday earning a spot on a BYU soccer team roster. Camps not only will help you improve your overall knowledge of the game, but also will prove to be a valuable scouting and recruiting tool for the head coaches. All four weeks of camp are structured identically, where participants are grouped together by age, ability and gender. Goalkeepers are also welcome and will have keeper training sessions under the direction of BYU goalkeeper coaches/players. If you want to attend as a goalkeeper, please indicate that position in your registration. 801-422-5724