Summer Camps in La Crosse, KS
There is so much exploration to be done in the world of childrens literature! Students will be exposed to the wonders of their favorite books and be introduced to newly published stories as well. As a final project, students will work to write and illustrate their own childrens books to be treasured for years to come! 6127287745 x2
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For over 20 years FONZ Nature Camp has matched campers with an appreciation for the great outdoors. My 13 year old son has attended this camp for the last 3 years. He plans to go again next year as well. The camp provides a non-competitive environment where children can discover themselves, connect with others and find the serenity that only comes from being in nature.... Read More...
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2016 Kid's Camp - Hanover, PA
The kids (rising 3rd-6th grade) of theBridge will be heading to Hanover, PA for an amazing week of fun, fellowship and growing in their faith. Total Cost is $180 Registration form and $50 deposit is due June 26th. Click here for Registration Form - http://bit.do/kidsforms
Scottsburg Warrior Youth Football Camp - Scottsburg, IN
Scottsburg Warrior Youth Football Camp is ran by the SHS Football coaching staff, players, and former players. The camp is open to grades K-8 (2016) and the cost is $40. Campers should wear shorts, t-shirt, and cleats and report to the field behind SHS 30 minutes in advance (8:30) on July 18 to register. Camp runs from July 18-21, 9-11AM! Come help build a Tradition of Champions!
Whiteville Touchdown Club Youth Summer Camp - Whiteville Wolfpack Stad
Coach Little, his staff and players will provide training on skills & proper football technique. This camp will be for Flag and Tackle football players ages 5-11, no Middle or High school athletes.
Kids Camp 2016 - Tampa, FL
Summer is almost here and we're so excited for Kids Camp 2016 @ Christ Fellowship, June 20-24. Each day will be filled with fun from 9am to 12pm. Kids will submerge themselves in God's word and discover that Jesus didn't just see what's on the outside of people, he also looked deep down on the inside. So grab your goggles, step into your flippers, and dive in to find the truth below the surface!
2017 Open Barn Event - Kingsport, TN
We are looking for summer staff that love GOD and His Word, love KIDS, are hard WORKING, enjoys having FUN and are serious about REACHING kids with the GOSPEL. You're Invited! We're excited to host our annual Open Barn Event Saturday April 8th from 9:30am-12:00pm! If you are interested in working at camp this summer we'd love to have you join us for a fun connection time of breakfast, info and hanging out. This is an event for alumni and perspective staff interested in working residential and/or day camp this summer. We'd love for you to attend this event and also help get the word out to people you think would be good summer staff candidates. Any Questions? Feel free to email [email protected]
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5th - 9th grade girls: Biology Explorers - Saint Marys School
Biology Explorers is an exciting week of applied science for middle school grade girls. From microorganisms to the biosphere, campers learn about many of the questions, techniques, and equipment scientists use to study the different levels of life. Each morning, campers see demonstrations and perform experiments in the biology labs at Saint Marys School. In the afternoon, campers travel to a variety of local scientific points of interest to watch professional scientists at work. Past field trips have included the Phytotron and Solar House at NCSU, the Sharon Harris Plant, and the Duke Lemur Center. Katie Floyd is an Instructor of Science at Saint Marys School. Ms. Floyd earned her B.A. from Hollins College and her M. S. from Emory University. She taught for ten years at Wesleyan College in Macon, GA where, in addition to teaching 14 different courses, she taught the science component of Spectacles, a residential summer camp for middle school girls. Ms. Floyd has been teaching at Saint Marys for sixteen years and has served as the director of Biology Explorers for over ten years. 9194244028.0
Eco Sampler Week August - EcoAdventures
Eco Sampler Camps A great way to try one day camp or week long camps of our AMAZING BEST OF THEMES! August 15th - 19th 9am-4pm Monday – Great Outdoors Tuesday – Yick, Yack, Yuck Wednesday – Marine Biology Sea Camp Thursday – Mummy Madness Friday Field trip: Sandy Point State Park – We will head to the shores of the Chesapeake for some seining, Beach exploring, hiking and games. We offer a picnic lunch for $5/campers which includes hot dog, chips, soda and watermelon. Weekly rate includes Sandy Point Field Trip and bus (410) 279-5416
Beginning Drawing and Painting - Creative York
Develop knowledge of the fundamentals of art such as line, color, shape, and proportion while creating still life drawings, figure drawings and abstract paintings. Explore various art media. Supplies provided. 7178483200.0
Science in the City Camp, Session II - Francis W Parker
Science in the City Camp provides students with a full week to explore a science topic alongside passionate faculty. Science in the City courses will activate campers imaginations as they are encouraged to invent, engage and explore. Using Chicago as a resource, campers will connect science activities with everyday life. See options for specific course offerings each week. LUNCH: Science in the City campers must bring their own peanut-free bag lunches and drinks each day. Refrigerated facilities are not provided. An insulated lunch box with an ice pack is recommended. Science in the City Camp ends each day at 3:00pm. Accounts for campers not picked up by 3:30pm will be charged $20 per day. See option for Late Science from 3-5pm. 773.797.5104