Summer Camps in Montrose, IA
Join us for a full week camp celebrating the ten Diary of a Wimpy Kid books! Campers will create their own non-diary full of thoughts and cartoons, participate in themed games and crafts, and find out just what life is like for Greg Heffley. Have you ever wondered what you would look like as a cartoon? During this week of learning and fun, we will be creating our very own cartoon versions of ourselves! Well laugh as we make our own non-diaries, run from The Cheese Touch and test our wimpy kid knowledge. Monday, August 29, 2016 Social Studies: Author Study - Who is Jeff Kinney? Cooperative Learning: Wimpy Kid Trivia Art: Make Your Own Non-Diary ELA: Fregleys Phrases Science: Building Muscles with Greg Art: How to Draw the Wimpy Kid Characters Tuesday, August 30, 2016 Art: Wimp Yourself Cartoon Drawings Cooperative Learning: The Cheese Touch Game Writing: Non-Diary Journaling ELA: Character Personalities and Tone of Voice Lesson Culinary Arts: Decorate Greg Cupcakes Wednesday, August 31, 2016 ELA: Writing Workshop - A Day in the Life of Greg Heffley Art: Greg Heffley Masks Cooperative Learning: Dog Days Expert Interviews Social Studies: Going Unplugged - Life Without Technology Math: Guess the... 7163627848.0
Latest Review for Camp Birch Hill
Wonderful experience for so many years of my life
As a camper for 5 years, I think it speaks volumes that I decided to return as a counselor just to get another summer at such an amazing place. So many actives to pick from. AMAZING staff from all over the country and world. Starting as a camper there at 10 and now 21 there are people I met at Birch Hill that I speak to on a daily basis and will be friends forever. Four years removed from my last Birch Hill experience I... Read More...
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Teen High Adventure Leadership Camp - Soda Springs, CA
Team-building, hiking, canoeing, campfires, leadership skills-building, songs, and camping in the Sierras! A low-cost, high-adventure for teens 11-17! One week only. For every teen who wants to expand boundaries, learn new skills, and make new friends! It’s not for everyone. When youth attend summer camp they’re called a candidate, because they must prove their readiness and ability to have an adventure!
Parents of TEENS workshop and Teen Boot CAMP - Woodland Park, CO
PARENTS will participate in a video and peer to peer discussion based workshop to learn tools and techniques to help you manage thru the teen years. TEENS will participate in a Boot CAMP(Confident Adolesents Maturing Positively) and discuss topics such as, peer pressure, building confidence and communication skills, managing emottions and making healthy choices.
Mas-Pc Youth Camp - Chipley, FL
MAS-PC Youth cordially invites you to attend the annual MAS Youth Camp. Join us for a weekend of spiritual reflection, interactive sessions, and plenty of recreational activities. Take this time to reconnect with nature and yourself, rebuild your relationship with Allah, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Known throughout the nation for its carefully crafted youth development programs, MAS will help guide you to new spiritual and personal development heights. All young youth in the Panhandle Region are encouraged to embark on this journey of personal & character development. September 2-5, 2016 Ages 14-21(brothers & sisters) Dogwood Acres, Vernon Hill, FL REGISTER HERE: Registration: $175
MCC Kid Camp - Alliance, OH
Kids ages 7 to 11 (by 9/1/15) are invited to participate in 1, 2, or 3 activities for 3 days in July. They can sign up for Basketball from 9:30-11:30, Soccer from 12:30-2:30, Art from 3:00-5:00, or a combination of 2 or 3 of these activities. Costs are as follows: $10 per kid for 1 activity, $20 per kid for 2 activities, or $25 for ALL 3, which will include lunch and a snack each day. In the event that your household has more than 2 kids participating, cost is a MAX of $25 per family for 1 Activity, $50 MAX for 2 activities, and $60 MAX for ALL 3 Activities. EVERY KID WHO PARTICIPATES, REGARDLESS OF HOW MANY ACTIVITIES, WILL RECEIVE AN EVENT SHIRT TO BE WORN EACH DAY. Signups for this event begin May 3rd and run through June 14th. Pay online or at "The Spot" at MCC.
Sail Camp - Level I - Junior - Greater Richmond Sailing Association
Learn seamanship and the fundamentals of sailing small sailboats for beginner students. Topics include parts of the sailboat, sailing terminology, sail trim, safety and steering. Students will work together to rig, operate and stow single-handed and double-handed sailboats based on their age, weight and experience. LOCATION Sail Boat - GRSA at Greater Richmond Sailing Association
Spring Evening Pottery - Sublette BOCES
Students will learn wheel thrown pottery, as well as sculpting, glazing and firing techniques to complete individual projects. Instructor: Corey Trujillo 3073676873.0
USF July Full Day-Outdoor Soccer Training Camp + Goalkeeper Training - USF Corbett Soccer Stadium
Our full day outdoor training program is from 9am-4pm daily, Monday-Thursday, and on Friday from 9am-Noon. This program is designed to improve a players technical proficiency in all aspects of the game (dribbling, passing, receiving, chipping, and shooting). Camp includes all you can eat buffet style lunch in USFs air-conditioned dining hall on campus Monday-Thursday. Campers can choose to watch a movie or swim in the early afternoon before our last camp session of the day. Goalkeepers will also train together with one of our goalkeeper coaches a portion of the day. 813-315-6485
Art O Rama - Creative York
Young artists will be inspired to create their own masterpieces with exposure to a wide variety of media such as drawing, fiber art, sculpture and collage. Supplies included. 7178483200.0
Musical Theater - S1 - Plymouth Community Arts Council
Singers and dancers, this ones for YOU! Instructors will give campers a taste of the Broadway stage with blocking, vocal techniques and group performance tips. Campers will make simple props, and learn to work together as a stage team. There will be a short production for family and friends on the last day of this marvelous, musical camp. Directed by Tipping Point Theatres Sonja Marquis. 734-416-4278