Summer Camps in Liberal, MO
This summer math camp is intended to prepare students for participation in math competitions at the elementary level. The competitions included in this mathlete preparation include Math Olympiad, Noetic Math Competition, and regional math competitions. Students will utilize questions from previous competitions and other preparatory materials, individually and in groups, to prepare for individual and team competition environments as well as speed round competitions. The goal of this week-long camp is to provide a fun, interactive, and stimulating environment where mathletes can develop their problem-solving abilities, increase the depth and breadth of their math knowledge, and rise to a new level of competitive skill. 2529310760.0
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Teen Plein Air: Art In Motion Camps #1 & 2 - Bow, WA
Choose from Camp #1 July 11th-15th or Camp #2 July 18th-July 22nd. Class Cost per week $87.50. Camp #1: 3:00pm-5:00pm -- Plein Air (**Students encouraged to participate in Part I & II) "Examining our surroundings in detail, seeing beauty not only in the spectacular but also in the smallest growing things" (Lowenfeld) . In addition to work in our cozy studio, small Plein-Air outings will be held at 2 locations during this one week workshop. Students will learn how to connect with their surroundings. Students develop their observation skills and increase their knowledge about the world around them. Parents expected to drive students to the Plein-Air location specified prior to class. Camp #2: 3:00pm-5:00pm -- Plein Air II: Art In Motion This is a stand alone class of can be the second step to week 1. This week will focus on gesture drawing, composition, and how to record what you see when it’s moving. There will be a short lesson with a slide show of Degas and after some skills in the studio are absorbed we will visit the dance studio and draw the dancers in motion! We will also design, draw, and paint a rollercoaster bringing the element of architecture into art! At the end of Week 2 there will be an artist...
Big Kid Holiday Camp - Cape Coral, FL
Its time for BIG KIDS ONLY!!! This camp is dedicated to just 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. An afternoon...AND evening...of painting, ornaments, dinner, recess, and a movie! Perfect chance for parents holiday shopping, date night, girls night, one on one time w your younger kiddo...whichever! $50.00 per student. All supplies included- canvas painting, ornament supplies, paper craft. Dinner too- pizza, carrots, drink, and apple. Plus popcorn and treat. Space is limited so register early to ensure your space.
KidX Palooza Summer Camp - Harrisburg, PA
Join us for our second of four Saturday Summer Camps in July. Each camp will be held from 12 - 4pm at Center Court. Each camp will feature a different theme and fun activities! Our second camp - KidX Palooza - will be all about summer fun and feature a bounce house and carnival games! To find out more about this camp and other events, visit us at colonialparkmall.com/kidx!
Daring Dazzlers Jewelry Design: Taught in Spanish! - Dragonfly Designs - SSF Studio
Jewelry Designers: Taught in Spanish! Pre-K Dare to dazzle with handmade jewelry pieces! Daring Dazzlers is a jewelry-making class for beginners that encourages children to explore their creativity through an introduction to interesting colors, textures, and age-appropriate jewelry-making techniques. Our classes are designed not only to entertain, but to improve hand-eye coordination, small muscle development, and pattern-making skills. Boys and girls can learn the basics of beading. Our highly trained and fun instructors create a relaxed, encouraging environment all children will love. *No classes February 16 - 19* 650-303-1900
Tell Your Story - Junior Center of Art & Science
Students will learn various bookbinding techniques to create imaginative artist books with unique characters and storylines reflecting their own self expression. Students will also explore the book through mixed media processes like pop ups, sculptural elements, and other mixed media. 510-839-5777
Creative Builders - Main Campus
Calling all inventors, creators, builders and designers…come and build some awesome creations with us! We will create our own designs and make structures using Legos, recyclable materials and many other interesting items. Skills necessary: none! Skills gained: communication, problem solving, reasoning, developing creativity, and team work. 6159487005.0
Breakdancing - Coyote Central
With a member of the 2012 WORLD CHAMPION Massive Monkees Crew, youll learn the basics for becoming a b-boy or b-girl. From top rockin and drops to floor rocks and freezes, youll learn the fundamentals of the dance. Youll put them all together, learn some serious routines, and easily create some of your own. Circle-battles included. Instructor: Massive Monkees Crew Member 2063237276.0
Algebra Bridge Class - TRINITY ACADEMY
This class is for the student who has completed Algebra I and wants to reinforce those skills before entering Geometry or Algebra II. There will be particular emphasis on the second semester Algebra I concepts that typically cause students difficulty. Items covered will include the following: solving and rearranging equations, slope, writing equations of lines, solving systems of equations, simplifying exponents, multiplying binomials (FOIL) reducing radical expressions, and factoring. Students are expected to take notes, work on in-class assignments, and should be prepared to complete some assignments at home. Paper, pencils, a folder, and a calculator should be brought to class each day. Instructor: John Hendley. 316-634-0909