Summer Camps in Sault Ste. Marie, MI
Campers will discover some of the adaptations that our reptile and amphibian friends possess, as they get to observe Speedy the Box Turtle, Sunset the Corn Snake, and Trilla the Gray Tree Frog throughout the day***RECEIVE AN INSTANT $30 DISCOUNT WHEN YOU SIGN UP FOR ALL FIVE DAYS OF SPRING BREAK CAMP*** 216-321-5935 x226
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My daughter loves the variety of activities at this camp
Camp Chipinaw was founded in 1926, and it is located in the breathtaking Catskill Mountains. Although it was originally an all-boys camp, by 1938 a girl’s camp was added. Camp Chipinaw is one of the oldest camps in the U.S., serving children and teens ages 7 through 16. My daughter loves the variety this camp offers: sports, visual arts, performing arts, water activities, crafts, mountain biking, horseback riding, a skate park, zip lining, trampoline, juggling and more. ... Read More...
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Breakaway Summer Camp 7/13-7/18 - Downers Grove, IL
Being held in Carlinville, IL, more details to follow, but save the date for now.
Camp Constitution's Annual Family Summer Camp - Rindge, NH
Dear Friends, Campers, Staff, and All, Camp season is coming! We’ve secured Toah Nipi in the beautiful woods of Rindge, New Hampshire, for Sunday, July 10 – Sunday, July 17, 2016. Back for her third year, Mrs. Kris Anne Hall, a vigorous young mother will again be teaching about heroic men and women from our countryʼs founding, and the documents of freedom leading up to it. There will be a whole line-up of speakers and teachers, with more to be announced. Other returning instructors or mentors include with Mr. Peik,Mr. Shurtleff, Mr. Hoderny, Mr. “V,” and me. Mr. Peik will again lead Campfires, the Round Robin for Student Input and Q & A, and weʼll even find time for a final exam to help you see your progress! Family Camp is growing! We will again conduct the Junior Patriot Camp Program, making for a truly great family vacation! We welcome families with younger children, or no children, plus grandparents, and others (See worksheet for family accommodations.) We always have a wonderful group of young people and it is so good to see them interacting well with the little ones, with each other, with the grown ups, and even with us ancient ones! There’s the big historical field trip to the John Adams homestead...
Kids Code Camp Costa Mesa - Costa Mesa, CA
This S. T.E.M program provides an introduction to creative computing with MIT’s Scratch programming tool, using a design-based learning approach. Creative computing is about tapping into your child’s creativity and allows your child to convert from a consumer of technology to a producer. Students will be able to “read” as well as ‘write in this digital age
2016 Walk A Kid To Camp (-athon) - Puyallup, WA
The Salvation Army is hosting a walkathon to raise funds to help send children to summer camp. We offer several camp sessions lasting from three to eight days for children of various ages. Your child will be supervised by caring on-site counselors.There are three types of camping experiences for children ranging in age from six to sixteen which include; residential camps, day camps and teen wilderness camps. We need help raising the funds to supporting sending children to camp. Join us June 4 and help us send children to summer camp.
Kid's Summer Art Camp at SCGA: July 18 - July 22 - Sumter, SC
Mon, July 18, 2016 - Fri, July 22, 2016 Summer Art Camp at the SCGA Morning Classes: 9:00am - 12:00pm: Print It! Stamp It! Stomp It! (Ages 4-7) Our youngest artists will have an exciting time becoming printmakers. Students will engage in group activities designed to promote teamwork and creative thinking through the creation of a collaborative class project, will make their own stamps and printing plates, use an etching press and have a stomping good time with Miss Marjorie! Storytellers (Ages 4-7) Storytelling helps students improve their language skills, instills a love of reading and stirs imaginations. In this first-time class, talented professor of visual art Jennifer Pepper will guide students through painting, drawing and mixed media activities based on a variety of classic and contemporary children’s stories. Sculpt This! (Ages 8-12) Students will explore sculpture by examining the distinct ways artists have explored 3D forms throughout history. We will examine a variety of materials used by sculptors and learn techniques that artists use to communicate their ideas and feelings in three dimensions and get inspired to create their own! Afternoon Classes: 1:00pm - 4:00pm: Youth Pottery (Ages 8 & up) In one of our most popular summer offerings, students will have the opportunity...
"Meet Spot" Week 6 - Animal Training Adventure Center
This session is for young campers age 7 who love puppies and dogs, or young campers who need to overcome a fear of dogs. Campers will be introduced to basic responsibilities of pet ownership and the needs of a canine companion by working with rescue puppies and dogs. Campers will engage in play and structured games involving puppies and dogs that teach dog handling skills, dog safety, and promote having fun with a dog. This session will also include animal-themed family movies, animal-themed arts and craft projects, and homemade dog treats prepared by campers. Session fee includes a t-shirt and all activities and materials. You will need to pack your campers lunch daily. 850-294-1964
2016 Summer Camp (Session 1) - CrossRoads Christian School
This camp is designed to support specific improvements of both individual fundamentals and overall team play. We will focus on both offensive and defensive concepts and strategies. Points of Emphasis include: Ball Handling, Passing, Shooting, Rebounding, Footwork & Body Balance. We will also incorporate drills that develop rebounding skills and transition concepts. (408) 706-0087
High-5 Camp FULL - Bon Appetit - Red Morton Community Center
Just because its summer doesnt mean the learning has to stop. Bring your curiosity and check out our newest camp, High-5. We will explore fun activities to enrich your learning. From building projects to cooking and science experiments; Camp High-5 will blend traditional summer games, art & crafts with exciting, indepth, hands on theme based projects. High-5 is moving to a new location on site at Red Morton Community Center, with its very own fenced in playground and in room bathrooms. Come & taste the adventure! Campers will explore some basic cooking techniques and create their own culinary masterpieces from around the world. By the end of the week, your child will be the next Master Chef! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Full Day Campers, or those who are staying for lunch need to bring lunch daily. Half day campers may also sign up for Bridge Care if they would like to have lunch and stay for an extra hour ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Preschool (Age 0-6) LOCATION RMCC Little Learners at Red Morton Community Center INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff ,
Attacking Camp - Devaney
**It is the policy of the University of Nebraska not to discriminate on the basis of sex, age, handicap, race, color, religion, martial status, veterans status, national or ethnic origin or sexual orientation. The Nebraska Volleyball Camps are open to any and all entrants. 402-413-7001
Summer Stretch Yoga Camp: Circus Theme - Marine Park Building
Weekly Theme: Circus Balance like a palm tree, roar like a lion, and stretch like a giraffe in this fun-filled yoga camp! Camp begins with a 40 minute class where students learn new poses and breathing techniques each day on an imaginary yoga adventure. Class ends by relaxing with peaceful music. After class, the excitement continues with yoga stories and games, a break for lunch, and a creative take-home art activity. Art projects are yoga themed and will relate to the poses learned that day. Fun activities throughout the week include parachute games, treasure hunts, outdoor craft time, face painting, and more! Yoga has been shown to improve focus, confidence, and coordination in children. Please bring a snack, lunch, and water. A $15 nonrefundable material fee is due to the instructor on the first day of camp. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PRIORITY ONLINE REGISTRATION (for Santa Monica Residents only) runs March 2 (6 am) through March 8. Non-resident registration opens March 9. REFUNDS - Refunds will be issued with medical documentation or if requested at least 5 calendar days prior to the first meeting. Refunds will be prorated. A $15.00 processing fee applies for each...