Summer Camps in Laurinburg, NC
MUSIC/CHORUS Branch Out into Music Singing and playing an instrument can be so much fun, but some students just dont know where to begin. This fun-filled class includes music basics, singing, and playing the recorder. From there, students may be able to branch out into playing another instrument, or learn to sing harmony in a choir. THE SCIENCE OF GARDENS Gardening, kids dig it. Each day of class will have a hands-on science and gardening theme. On the first day of class, we will learn about the basic needs of plants and students will plant seeds. On each subsequent day we will explore topics such as leaf adaptations, flowers & pollinators, fruit, seeds & seed dispersal, beneficial insects, garden art, and sustainable gardening. We will culminate with an I Can Eat A Whole Plant Feast and students will take home their seedlings from Day 1. Keep Calm and Plant On. 9258282551 x5431
Latest Review for Navajo Trails Adventure Camp
My son met lots of new friends at this camp
My 10 year old son can’t wait to sign up for this camp again next year. He is an active boy who loves to try new things. He learned how to canoe, hike and shot archery. He also enjoyed played sports with campers who also like physical activity. He still keep in touch with many of his camp friends, and they all plan to sign up for the same week to be reunited again. ... Read More...
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Student Camp Leadership Academy - Ingleside, IL
The Student Camp Leadership Academy (SCLA) is a weekend retreat that brings students together with camp professionals, ACA staff and leadership to take an in-depth look at options for a profession in the camping field and build skills to prepare for a career in camping. $135 (includes program, room & board for entire weekend!) For more info, visit www.acamidstates.org
Science Quest Summer Inclusion Camp 2016 - Hammond, IN
Science Quest: Summer Inclusion Camp 2016 We have partnered with the Challenger Learning Center of NWI to offer three Tuesday camp experiences on June 14th, 21st and 28th for all kids, teens and adults with varying abilities. Siblings, friends and neighbors are welcome! Age Groups: Students entering kindergarten-age 10 will meet from 9-11:30am Students ages 11-adult will meet from 12:30pm-2:00pm Tuesday Classes: June 14th: Astronomy June 21st: Animals and Bugs June 28th: Magnets and Electricity There is a 20 person limit per class! The cost is $10 per child which includes all three sessions. Parents are required to stay with the younger group. Buddies will be available to give our groups extra help. Registration will be coming soon!
Fall Getaway - Lake Geneva, WI
Come join us for a HUGE weekend in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Pastor Joel Lawrence from the Twin Cities will be coming down. We are planning a weekend where we can come alongside each other as student and speak and grow in our faith together. This is a time of unity for our area, we want to be closer than ever before to friends in our area displaying the love of Christ. So we we will be partnering in this retreat with Badger CRU from Madison in our larger group meetings! There will be football, Capture the Flag, and an awesome opportunity to make friends while being in community! Registration is only $30! Register sooner rather than later. We will have a link on here soon so you can sign up online~
Kid's No School AM Art Camp Glass Snowman Tile - Jenkintown, PA
Join us for a No School Art Camp from 10 am - 1 pm for ages 8+. We'll be making a snowman glass tile. The kid's will learn how to cut and break glass. Please send a snack or lunch & drink. AM camp is $35. Registration is required for camp classes. Please call to register 215-885-4545.
Summer Camp - Bayside, NY
DAILY MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES ARTS AND CRAFTS PIZZA PARTIES FIELD TRIPS TO: BOWLING ALLEY AMUSEMENT PARK MOVIES THEATER ALLEY POND ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER FIREHOUSE 718-423-2399
Intergalactic Mission - Venice Lutheran School
Outer Space Adventure with Us and Learn Spanish. Enter the time machine once again and leave earthly worries behind because there is no time like the future to discover what awaits us in other galaxies. Its a strange world of changing realities and campers learn all about how to survive by using their senses. Campers transform into aliens with unique features and devices that help them thrive in outer realms of space. Campers play active & quiet games, create, sing songs, act, dance, cook and discover the joys of learning Spanish while playing sports too. Theme vocabulary includes colors, counting, verbs, nouns, adjectives to describe the power of our senses. Celebration Day Wednesday (participation optional) Campers express their alien spirit with their absurd alien inspired hairdo. During camp choice time campers find their alien ‘relatives according to hairstyle and create their unique alien group ‘Survival Guide. Notes: There may be options for arranging late pick up the same day. You will be notified of these options the week prior to camp start. A $20 fee will apply and payment is due to counselors at pick up on that day. 323-309-8420
Read, Read Reading Camp for Kindergartners & First Graders - Bolles Whitehurst Campus
Beat the summer slide with fun projects, activities, and ideas that spark learning. We will concentrate on all areas of the reading process: reading, writing, speaking and listening each day and focus to enhance each students individual reading abilities. Students will participate in activities to build and improve skills in the following areas: Letter recognition, Phonemic awareness, Concepts about print, Phonics, Fluency, Comprehension, Word recognition, Vocabulary and Written response to reading. 904-256-5071
The Poetry of Cool: Slang as Metaphor (39504A) - Cary Academy
Poetry reflects a living, changing language. Increase your understanding and appreciation of the many poetic forms. Read or listen to noted poets representing the earliest forms of the art to modern rap expression. Each day, brainstorm, write, and edit your own poems which will become a five-poem portfolio, illustrated by you, by the end of the week. 919-677-7839
Monday 14-17 yr old camp - Willowcreek Golf Academy
This camp is designed for kids ages 14-17 on the beginner to intermediate levels. Kids will learn the basics in putting, chipping, pitching and full swing while also getting instruction on the rules of golf. 603-362-8700 x205
Hamilton College Field Hockey Clinic - Hamilton College Field Hockey Clinic
The mission of the Department of Physical Education and Athletics is to make a maximum contribution to the liberal arts education of each student. The Department members believe that all phases of physical education (instructional classes, intramural sports, club sports, intercollegiate athletics, and recreational activities) are integral parts of the total educational process. Department policies reflect the educational philosophy, mission, and ideals of the college and department members are committed to the intellectual, physical, and personal development of all students. 3158594766.0