Summer Camps in Merrill, OR
Daily activities for children who are in the two-year-old program are based upon projects and units of study. A balanced schedule provides experiences in group and individual settings and includes stories, music, language experiences, natural discovery, and inquisitive discussions. Classrooms are arranged into centers that include age-appropriate educational toys, materials, and games based upon 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 lessons include stories, music, gross motor activities, language experiences, and discussions including questioning and research. Additional activities include cooking, growing plants, nature interactions, and having visitors share information about the unit studies. Children will also have opportunities for music, creative movement, tumbling, and other... 512-735-8100
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My 12 year old son said he feels at home in this 4-H camp for youth ages 9 to 14. It has helped him become a leader, solve problems, increased his self-esteem, develop independent thinking skills and improved his communication skills. These traits will all help him once he enters the working world. We are grateful this camp develops young people into responsible adults. ... Read More...
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CentriKid camp - Union, KY
Grades 3-5 June 16-17-18 Campbellsville University Total cost is $158 Pay to Allen or Bobbie or online
Summer Cooking Camp - Macon, GA
June 27-30 from 9:00 am-12:00 pm each day. Registration Ends on June 22nd. Students will be taught the Healthy Hands Cooking program. Our classes will focus on healthy recipes for snacks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Additional content will include kitchen safety skills, nutrition games, fun fitness activities, and more. Students will leave with the skills needed to work confidentially in the kitchen. This program is held for 3 hours a day over 4 days. Cost is $150 and includes a cookbook/workbook. Camp is limited to 10 students.
Kid's Circus Camp - Bozeman, MT
Bozeman Aerial Fitness presents Kids Circus Camp! Circus Camp participants will work through aerial exercises that build strength, muscle awareness and balance.We create noncompetitive environment that teaches confidence and the joy of fitness through aerial arts. We provide a safe and structured introduction to aerial equipment including the aerial hoop, aerial silks,and the aerial hammock and basic tumbling. Campers will work on yoga games specifically designed for children, aerial class and an integrated art project. Camp 1 June 13 - 16 ( Monday - Thursday)Ages 6 - 12, 9 am to Noon ( 8:30 drop off) $150 for the week Toddler & Parent Circus Play Time 1pm - 1:45pm Toddler and Preschool Ages $15 per class (Tuesday and Thursday) June 14, 16, 21 and 23. Camp 2 July 11 - 14 ( Monday - Thursday) Ages 6 - 12, 9 am to Noon ( 8:30 drop off) $150 for the week Toddler & Parent Circus Play Time 1pm - 1:45pm Toddler and Preschool Ages $15 per class (Tuesday and Thursday) July 12, 14, 19 and 21.
Winter Youth Retreat - Jr & Sr High! - Big Bear Lake, CA
High School and Jr High, Winter Camp in Big Bear, CA. 6th - 12th grades!
Ridgeland kids cheer camp! - Rossville, GA
You Ridgeland Panther Cheerleaders will be hosting a kids camp July 11-13 everyday from 6-8 pm. It includes a t-shirt and snacks! Cost is $30 Ages: 3 years old- 8th graders Contact Coach Manus at [email protected]
04 Summer Fun Camp 4 Ages 5-12 - Middle School
Camp will meet from Noon-5:30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; and at 7:00-5:30pm on Friday. Activities will include: arts and crafts, passive games,educational games, group activity games, sports, strength and conditioning, rhythms, and free play. There will be swimming from 4:00-5:00pm in the Middle School pool. Activities will be geared for children 5-12 years of age. Bring a snack, swim suit and towel. Campers should report to the HS cafeteria and enter door #29 on days that camp starts at Noon. Campers will be escorted to the MS Gym after lunch by camp counselors. When camp begins at 7:00 am campers should report to the Middle School Gym and enter through door #36. In order to register for this activity, you must first click to open the participation waiver and then place your initials in the left box to confirm that you read and agree. You must also read the Parent/ Athlete concussion agreement in the text and check the box underneath to provide confirmation that you have read, understand and agree to the new concussion information. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Parent/Guardian must initial for anyone under 18 years old. Permission is granted for my son/daughter to participate in...
Workshop: Carving Clay Camp w/ Bob Deane - Wayne Art Center
Four days of Carving Clay Camp with Bob Deane, Assisted by Wendy Liss Dates of camp are June 14, 15, 16, 17 In this camp, students will experiment with carving clay for 3-dimensional and special surface effects for 4 days to reveal all sorts of beautiful possibilities. Clay not included. Camp is scheduled to be held outdoors. PREREQUISITES 2014-2015 Supporting Membership or 2014-2015 Individual Membership INSTRUCTOR Robert Deane
Saint Marys Athletic Camps - Saint Marys Athletic Camps
The year 2015 will mark the 48th year that Saint Marys College will be offering outstanding Athletic Summer Camps to children between the ages of 6-18. Saint Marys was one of the first institutions in Northern California to offer residential day camps specializing in athletics. Nestled in the plush Moraga Valley, Saint Marys College is one of the most picturesque campuses on the West Coast. Our summer camps provide a convenient location. Children have the luxury of having camp right in their own backyard or may have a chance to get away for a true camp experience as a resident camper and live like college students, with a roommate, in spacious resident halls. These accommodations and most camps are complemented by delicious meals served by Sodexho Services. This distinguished food service provides a buffet with a variety of healthy and nutritious foods. Saint Marys College is very fortunate to have some of the finest collegiate coaches in the area. Each head coach selects and trains his/her own staff of top level coaches and collegiate players. There are numerous first-rate, NCAA Division I athletic facilities found on campus. All campers will use the same courts, diamonds, and playing fields... 925-631-4386
Camp Creative Afternoons - Longview School
Youth and teens with multiple/severe disabilities. Campers are grouped according to age and ability. Sensory and auditory stimulation, as well as social skills and peer interaction, are emphasized through activities. Music, crafts, cooking, board games and special events are part of the camp day. Parents must make Transportation arrangements with MCPS after camp. SECONDARY CATEGORY Therapeutic Recreation Programs LOCATION Longview School at Longview School
Math Basics (1st-6th Grade) - Summit Schools
Struggling with basic math computation? This class is designed to help close the gap to success with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using manipulatives to strengthen concepts. This camp is appropriate for students with remedial skills. Two separate classes are offered: 1st - 3rd Grade & 4th-6th Grade *Please note: Students who are registered for a morning and afternoon camp within the same week are invited to stay for FREE supervised lunch and recess between 11:30 am-12:30 pm. Students should bring a sack lunch that does not require heating or cooling. Please note that lunch is not provided and students must be registered for both a morning and afternoon camp. 319-294-2036