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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Robots, Gagets, Gizmos - Winter - Adams Elementary
Held in Computer Lab. Through fun, hands-on and engaging science, engineering, and design technology, students learn how the world works, how buildings stand up, how machines move, and how people design, make and use technology. Projects are different for fall, winter and spring sessions and do not repeat. Using a wide assortment of curriculum materials, including KNEX, Keva Planks, Lego WeDo Robotics, Snap Circuits, and hands-on building projects, students construct machines; program robots, build gadgets, gizmos, structures and vehicles, and assemble electronics such as a radio or flying saucer. Through these integrated STEAM projects, students gain problem-solving skills; develop spatial awareness and a basic understanding of physics, gravity, electricity, energy, design, and robotics. STEAM= (science, technology, engineering, art, math). Science was never this much fun! 10 Classes for Winter Session: 1/13/16 1/20/16 1/27/16 2/3/16 2/10/16 2/17/16 2/24/16 3/2/16 3/9/16 3/23/16 NO Classes: 3/16 PC 805-570-1988

Latest Review for Tabor Academy Summer Program

My son loves the counselors, coaches and teachers at this camp!
This camp has a rich tradition of over 99 years. My 10 year old son would not miss registering for this camp. He loves the location, which is by the water. He also enjoys the focus on developing athleticism, leadership and problem solving skills. Our son can’t say enough positive things about the camp counselors, teachers and coaches. We are truly impressed.... Read More...


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Kid's Craft Camp - Woven Wall Hangings - La Verne, CA
Kid's Craft Camp: keeping your kiddos busy and learning with some fun yarn art! •Price per student: $25.00 includes supplies and snacks. •Kids 7-16 are welcome, we'll have simple projects as well as more complicated ones for the older ones. If your child is under 7, but capable of the craft being made them feel free to check with us (if they can tie their shoes than we'll have something they can do). •Please come in or call to reserve your spot by Tues. the 16th of Aug. so we can be prepared with supplies.

"Repurposed" SCD Youth Camp - Murrieta, CA
2 Corinthians 5:17 - Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old things have passed away. Behold, they have become new. Aug 5-7, 2016 Cost is $210.00 comes with picture. If deposit paid before July 1st your shirt will be free!! Registration begins at 8:00am on Friday.

Southeastern Youth Convocation 2017 - Hawthorne, FL
$45 per Person includes lodging, food, and transportation. register today to reserve a cabin. Deadline is 12-17-2017 for more info see a youth staff member. visit secsda.org to register or contact one of us to register you.

Teen Leadership Camp - Ringgold, LA
Available for 9th - 12th graders, camp fee is $85.

Youth Fun-Damental Basketball Camp - Roscommon, MI
This exciting camp opportunity is for boys and girls entering the 3rd through 8th grade. With four days of fun and learning, using a variety of drills, skills, contests, and games, your athlete will have a chance to be active and leave with the necessary tools to develop their game for their future. Postive social interaction with others their age and with their basket coach will help them in more ways than just basketball skills. Camp is Monday - Thursday, August 22-25, from 10am-3pm and cost is $50. Early drop off and pick up is available for an additional $2 per hour. Maximum registration of $100 per family. (Compare to your child care costs, Example: 1 camper at $50/20 hours of instruction time = $2.50 hour.) Each camper will receive a t-shirt. Lunch will be available for purchase, or you may pack your own

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Nurture Nature I - Spooky Hollow Farm
From the bottom to the top, we will investigate all that is living and decomposing in nature. Children will create, explore, and immerse themselves in the forest, fields, and ponds of Spooky Hollow Farm. Come spend some time learning to nurture nature. Dress for the weather! 513-891-4227

South Brunswick Recreation for Grades 3-6 (Date change from 2/23 to 3/1) - Woodlot Park Art Room
Class meets on: 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, 3/29, 4/5 and 4/12. KidzArt was developed with the philosophy that learning to draw creates confidence, and we take art classes to a new level. Through engaging the imagination in a new way and creating a safe environment to take risks, students will soar with KidzArt. KidzArt introduces students to various mediums such as color marker, pencil, pastel, watercolor, charcoal, and clay. Projects never repeat, all new lessons every session and every year! KidzArt impacts childrens lives by sparking their creative process in other areas as well. KidzArt reaches the artistic individual as well as those who never thought they could draw. Help your children face the future with a creative mind! 732-872-2357

Basketball Night - Shorecrest High School
This is open gym basketball running all night that host various level of play. Free Pizza and Gatorade provided for all participants 206-484-1543

Panther Cub Tots: Move Your Body - North Yarmouth Academy
This week is all about being active and moving our bodies! There will be tons of high-energy games, dancing and time spent outdoors. This is a great week for kids who like to be active. 207.846.2376

Jr. Robotics Engineer - Goleta Presbyterian Church
Entry-level robotics and programming. Campers learn robotics using LEGO® Education WeDo™. Our young creators build snapping alligators, race cars, talking birds, and spinning robots, attach sensors and motors, and then program their creations with the WeDo visual drag-and-drop programming software. Counselors guide and encourage exploration and trial and error field-testing. Instead of simply "snapping bricks together," campers are encouraged to think critically about how their robot design can be changed and to understand more complicated engineering techniques such as gear use, pulleys, and inclined planes. Campers will also complete a small LEGO® project that they will be able to take home. 805-570-1988

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