Summer Camps in Ridgecrest, CA
Educators provide a rich learning environment for the children in the Pre-K program including many sensory experiences, hands-on activities, language immersion opportunities, and Kindergarten readiness integration. Children construct their own learning and knowledge from the endless opportunities and the guidance provided by the educators. This special learning environment is a product of our philosophy of the image of each child as competent, capable, and curious. Educators also provide children with integrated opportunities to practice learned Jewish ethics and values each day through lessons on the Jewish holidays, books, games, rituals, and customs. Pre-K educators also meet each year with Austin Independent School District (AISD) Kindergarten educators and Austin Jewish Academy (AJA) Kindergarten educators to discuss student expectations and recent educational developments. Schedules for each Pre-K class include both large and small group times as well as times for individual choice in centers and on the playground. Children learn to follow directions and transition between activities. These transition times are turned into learning opportunities when educators count in English and other languages, teach about opposites, colors, self-awareness, and much more. 512-735-8100
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Summer Camp on the Road w/ Live Broadcast - Iowa City, IA
Live Broadcast is playing at the Summer Camp on the Road Battle of the Bands. Come hear our first show of 2016 and don't forget to vote for us! The winners get to perform at the 2016 Summer Camp Music Festival. We appreciate all of your suport! $5
CrossFit Teen Summer Camp - Phenix City, AL
-Classes 3 times a week (M,W,F) 11-12pm EST -Functional Movements guaranteed to improve fitness levels and abilities in any sport - Focus on Muscular endurace, Cardiovascular endurance and Core Strength - CF-L1 and CF-L2 trainers as well as a wide variety of certifications and fitness experience - Ages 13-17 - Saturday Free to the public workout for summer camp parents and there kids! - Only $125 for May 18th until July 29th - This class will be capped so get signed up early!
(T) 2016 Youth Leaders Summit (T) - Shepherdsville, KY
Tentatively scheduled for 29-31 January 2016, the Youth Leaders Summit, or YLS, is a consolidated Troop JLT that is conducted annually - the 2016 event will take place at Camp Crooked Creek. YLS should be attended by youth in the rank of 2nd Class or above and be newly elected leaders, or expected to become leaders within their troop. The training emphasizes YOUTH leadership of a troop, the Patrol Method, youth leadership positions and duties, basic problem solving and other principles of youth leading youth. Class size is limited to 30 Scouts, so be sure to register early!
Speak Life 2015 Youth and Family Festival - Wild Rose, WI
AJ the Animated Illusionist | Speaker Bob Lenz | Grammy Nominated Singer/ Songwriter Ryan Stevenson. Advanced tickets starting at $10 for all day pass, or take advantage of the full weekend experience including front row seating and a Prime Rib dinner with Bob Lenz and friends.
Race for the Campers 5K, 10K, and Kid's 1 Mile Adventure Runs - Trout
Get a taste of what Camp Jonah has to offer its campers in these 10k, 5k, and kid’s 1 mile adventure runs; with all proceeds going directly to camp scholarships to help get kids to camp! If you like your races with a little more "fun" than "run" Jonah’s 5k obstacle run is the race for you. Test your limits by wading through mud pits, scaling climbing walls, conquering inflatable obstacles, dodging flying water balloons, and battling many more surprises along the way. Win the race to be crowned camp King or Queen. Be sure to bring your messy clothes/shoes, you may get dirty! For the more serious runners we recommend our 10k scenic run exploring the beauty of Trout Lake. With Mount Adams as your backdrop, this is a race is one you won’t want to miss. Register at http://www.campjonah.com/20th-anniversary-celebration.html $10 Entry Fee for 5k and 10k races. Free Entry for kid’s 1 mile fun run. Registration begins at 9AM Races start at 10AM Stick around after the race for free events including zip lining, family field games, climbing walls, inflatables, face painting, silent auction, bonfire with s’mores, and more.
Secrets Behind Great Image Making - Location: Center for The Creative Arts
Improve your image making by better understanding that great images come from a series of decisions, not merely impulse and opportunity. In under three hours, participants will see before and after examples of photographs…hearing the challenges behind making each image and the decisions that ultimately brought them to life. Participation in the workshop can be a way for students to either begin their journey of improved image making OR a visual treat after completing steps one and two in the course sequence. Perfect for introductory or mid level experience, if not more. 302 239-2434 x120
Week 9 PM - Hartley Adventures - NESS
Prerequisite: Hartley Level 2 or equivalent learn to sail class Lets go Sailing....Grab a partner or sail solo in this exciting class designed to get kids on the water as quickly as possible. This class is the perfect opportunity for students who know how to sail, who want to get out there, to simply go sailing. Students are introduced to more advanced sailing techniques, basic navigation and will work on improving their overall comfort with sailing around Stonington Harbor and Fishers Island Sound. Hartley 12s will be the primary boats for this class. Students may also be introduced to sailing 420s and Sonars as part of the class. 860-535-9362
Tuesday - Full Year - Four Rock
In October we will resume our homeschool series by following the changing seasons and further developing our our naturalist skills. Together well seek to develop an understanding of the unique ecology of this landscape while also deepening our connection to nature, ourselves and each other. This class is held entirely outdoors in wilderness conditions (no bathrooms or permanent structure for shelter) in all but extreme weather conditions. Well stay warm by keeping active, ducking out of the wind, soaking up the sun, and treating ourselves to snacks by occasional small campfires. Proper clothing--especially layers of wool--is essential, as is an adventurous, curious spirit! 978-463-2233
Animation- Middle School - Eureka Workshop
This class combines storytelling and Computer Science. Campers learn the basics of green-screen photography and stop-motion animation as they bring to life the environments and characters that are created in a digital short film! Campers will be instructed on how to visualize their own story and create a visual representation through direct application on the computer. (804) 727-9817
23. Short Hikes in the Greater New Haven Area - TBA
Hikes of about 2 to 3 miles over varying terrain. Participants should be in good physical shape and wear study footgear with non-slip soles (no sandals or flip flops). Specific directions will be sent to those who register. Four Sessions: April 7, 14, 21, 28 203-214-3425