Summer Camps in Kimball, SD
Cardinal Boys Basketball Camp June 20th-23rd, 2016 Location: Alexandria Area High School The Alexandria Boys Basketball program is looking forward to the opportunity of providing our youth players the chance to learn and develop as basketball players and team members in an enjoyable and challenging camp setting. Forrest Witt-Alexandria Boys Basketball Varsity Coach Tom Miller-Alexandria Boys Basketball JV/Varsity Assistant Coach Ty Granning- Alexandria Boys Basketball B-Squad/Varsity Assistant Coach * Featuring former/current Alexandria Boys Basketball Varsity Players* Fundamental/Skill Development-Ball Handling, Dribbling, Passing, Shooting Defensive Play-Individual Defense, Team Defensive Concepts-Man-to-Man Offensive Play-Individual Offense, Team Offensive Concepts-Motion Offense Transition Play-Transition Offense, Transition Defense Intangible Keys/Concepts to Success-Daily Lecture Forum Goal Setting, Teamwork, Reaching Potential, Mental Toughness, Confidence ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Youth Activities GRADES 2nd - 3rd LOCATION AAHS Main Gym at Alexandria Area High School
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Teen Winter Camp at CoBeAc - Lima, OH
Come up North with us and enjoy winter fun & warm preaching!
Dolton Bears Youth Football Camp - Dolton, IL
Strength and Conditioning, Expert Training from some of the leagues finest coaches, All Teams are welcomed. Football season is just around the corner. For all levels ages 6-14. For those that have never played the game by are interested in playing this fall, camp is a great way to get you prepared for the fall season. Camp is every Saturday starting June 11 from 9am till Noon for six weeks. If you have not registered you can still attend camp. Camp is free of charge. If you need to register for the fall season you can register in the football office. 721, Engle St. Make sure you post this on your wall and also invite those in your friends list. It's important we reach out to as many parents as possible. Give our kids something to do over the summer and heading into the fall.
Kid Advertising Camp: Ages 5-11 years old - Drop-off class - Ellisvil
Create storyboards, design CD covers, design packaging, design magazine ads and much more. A new, fun theme for each class. Register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NHJQ9T3 Also: July 24 July 30 July 31 $30 per class/child for one class, $25 per child/class for more than one class. 10% discount for sibling or friend referral Bring your own lunch
One Day Summer "Camp" Event - Oceanside, NY
One day camp event at To The Stage! Fun for non-theater students (and of course, theater students!) Brand NEW MYSTERY Game: A Summer Camp Mystery! "It's talent show day at Camp Ana-waka-weeeble-wobble-rama-lama-ding-dong.. But when the talent show judge is poisoned with a cup of juice, it becomes clear that someone doesn't want the show to go on! Solve the mystery in this fun interactive party game. Costumes provided." Pizza will be served! Grades 2-6 12-3pm $35 (Non-registered students) $30 (Registered students) $5 off for siblings Must fully register in advance. Limited to 20 kids. Cash/check only for this event.
Laker Youth Football Camp w/Coach Coury - Lake Oswego, OR
This camp, for players entering Grades 3 through 8 in Fall 2016, will focus on the fundamentals of football. Participants will be coached on proper technique and position skill development, and will receive an introduction to LAKER FOOTBALL.
Imagination Showcase Camp - Full Day M-F -Ages 5-8 - Darlington Arts Center
Get lost in a world of imagination while learning about acting and exploring tales from around the world. Performance for family and friends at 2:30 on Friday! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Students should bring a lunch and two snacks that do not require refrigeration, and wear play clothes. Before and After Care is available (must register at least one week before the start of camp) and can be arranged by calling 610-358-3632 * Before Care (8-9am): $10/day * After Care (3-4pm): $10/day * After Care (3-5pm): $20/day PREREQUISITES 2015-2016 Annual Family Membership or 2015-2016 Annual Family Membership Fee Prorated TEACHING ARTIST Darlington Teaching Artist
Survival School - 1st/2nd Grade - DHDC
Ever wonder how you would survive in the wild? Join us as we learn how to use a compass, find edible plants, use a sling shot and more in this all out survival camp! 8063559547 x108
Football Fundamentals Skills Camp - Piedmont High School
We teach football by running drills and showing participants fundamental football techniques. We will play games and test skills in 40 yard dash, NFL shuttles, obstacle course and more!!! Everything is done in group stations so we can have kids of all age and skill levels participate together. Please bring snacks, water and sunscreen to camp. For more information, visit www.ebay-fa.com  -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This camp is intended for students in K - 8th Grades. LOCATION Witter Softball Field at Piedmont High School INSTRUCTOR East Bay Youth Football Acad. Staff
MATH SCHOLARS I: INTRODUCTION TO PRE-ALGEBRA - Memphis University School
Students will practice math problems that ready them for basic pre-algebra, including exercises similar to those in the required MUS Summer Math packet. Topics include operations with integers and solving equations. 901-260-1300
F-3 It IS Rocket Science - Aurora
All current NASA rocket launchers are no longer useable because all of the available rocket-fuel sources on Earth have been depleted. Participants will serve as NASA engineers tasked with developing non-fuel-based rocket launcher prototypes in an effort to maintain current and future NASA space programs and missions. Model how you will get your students to take off with Rocket Science. (630)9075950