Summer Camps in Loyall, KY
Elementary school youth within the autism spectrum. Activities for campers include coloring and painting, musical games, playground fun, swimming twice a week and local field trips. Quiet time, low lighting and sensory activities will be used as a transition from ESY to camp. Depending on skill levels, campers will be divided into two groups during some activities. To be successful, must be able to follow one/two step directions, ability to manage their behavior and be able to make simple choices. Campers must exhibit ability for self care with limited assistance with changing or prompting using bathroom. Staff ratio: 1 staff/4 participants. TRANSPORTATION : If attending ESY, contact your teens school to arrange transportation to camp. SECONDARY CATEGORY Therapeutic Recreation Programs LOCATION Rock Terrace HS - Clrm 03 at Rock Terrace School
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WCI's "Kid-Ninja" Martial Arts Summer Camp - Session 2 - Selinsgrove,
For more information, including dates, times, etc., download the Youth Summer Camp Brochure, or this year's Camp Pricing Sheet at: http://sunburymartialarts.com/seminarsevents/kidcamp/ Your child will enjoy: - Daily Martial Arts Classes - Fitness and Game Time - Arts & Crafts - Learning (and writing their name in) Japanese - Pool Party - Hiking - and MORE! For more details, call 570-884-1118
Photos on the Go! Teen Photography Camp - Sharonville, OH
Tentative schedule for 2017 iPhonography Camp. Be sure to keep an eye out at GreatParks.org for the Early Bird Discounts! Ages 11-17, July 10-13, 2017 Join professional photojournalist Malinda Hartong as we explore the parks through photography. Learn how to take stunning photos on a smart phone and then edit them on the fly to create amazing works of art. Campers must bring their own smart phone, iPod Touch or tablet with a camera. Register via GreatParks.org We'll be exploring Sharon Woods! Can't wait!
August Summer Camp Crop - Sunday - Garrettsville, OH
Summer Camps are no-frills, get-a-lot-done, fun-filled social events. We are trying something new this year! We will join Debi Morris at her campground, Traveler’s Woods. There will be no fee to crop and we will plan our potluck meals in advance. Camping is available – Campers with water/sewer/electric are $20.00/night; tents with electric plug are $10.00/night. Showers, a bathhouse, and a pool are available for campers. Optional Friday night add-on to camp. (Provide your own camper or tent, payment upon arrival.) Digital scrappers and card makers welcome at all events too! Join us for one or both days.
Teen Camp 2016 - Valyermo, CA
Manager: Adam IV Thropay Speaker: Brian Rainey Grades: 6-8 Ages: 11-14 Cost: $315 Register at: http://verdugopines.org/ or call (760) 249-4647
Kid's Holiday Art Camp - Rhome, TX
Kids 6 through 12
6-Day Gold Medal Camp - Ramada Inn State College
Grades 7-12 6 Day Option This incredible camp involves a unique blend of technical instruction, intense drilling, live wrestling, and review sessions. Technique is emphasized and reinforced, not neglected as it is at many other intensive camps. You will be taught by many of our superstar clinicians and will learn far more than you would at a shorter camp. 814-466-3466
Boys Write! - Building J
Boys do write! This camp gives boys time to write and something to write about. During the week well visit a historic site, hike along a creek, play kickball, have races on a real race course and other exciting adventures, followed by crafting stories about our experiences. The goal of this camp is to give boys time and motivation to dive into writing. This is a great camp for your budding author or reluctant writer. No camp Monday, July 4. Director: Jeff Burch 9194932642.0
Threes (M/W/F) (birthdays between 9/1/12 and 8/31/13) - JCC ECP
Daily activities for children who are in the three-year-old program are based upon projects and units of study that are interesting and meaningful to those children. A balanced schedule provides experiences in group and individual settings and includes stories, music, language experiences, natural discovery, and inquisitive discussions that include research. Classrooms are arranged into centers that include educational toys, materials, and games based upon age appropriateness and the interests of the children. These include centers for books, blocks, sensory materials, art, puzzles and manipulatives, math, science, and dramatic play. Children have the opportunity to work and play in these centers individually, with a friend, or in small groups. Choosing centers provides practice in making decisions, following directions, working independently, and learning about the care and use of materials. Outside time offers opportunities for gross motor development (including climbing, running, jumping, pedaling, and building), social interactions, as well as a chance to experience weather and seasons. Children can also experiment with sand and water during these outside periods. Daily group times provide opportunities for your child to learn in a large group setting. Group lessons include stories, music, gross motor activities, language experiences, and discussions including questioning and research. Additional activities... 512-735-8100
War of 1812 Adventure - Historic Travellers Rest
Travel back in time to when soldiers, Native Americans, pioneers, and frontier heroes fought to build a new nation. Follow in the footsteps of adventurers like Davy Crockett, Red Eagle, Sam Houston, and Andrew Jackson. Learn about their adventures on the American frontier...and experience your own! 615-832-8197 x14
Adventurer Girls "A long time ago, in a Camp far, far away..." Session 3B - Camp Kirby
This 3 night mini-session is a great introduction to Camp Kirby! Adventurers are entering 4th & 5th grades, and live in main camp cabin groups. Adventurers focus on fun in a lively environment. They camp out overnight in the Kirby woods, learn to canoe, try their hand at archery, and participate in sports, games, and arts and crafts. At the Adventurer level, campers will also help plan their own busy week. Staff ratio is 1:8 campers. 3607335710.0