Summer Camps in Tremonton, UT
Instructor Bio: Ms. Anamaria Home Work: In the Home Work club I help kids to catch up on home work and also work on their reading log once we are done with homework. In this club I also work with kids to prepare for upcoming quizzes and tests. The kids can also work on their makeup work in case of long absence from school. if they do not HW, they work with educational games! 8142379727.0
Latest Review for Camp Radians
Too Much Fun For One Summer
I was worried about what to do with the kids this summer because of my new job. Thanks to Camp Radians I didn't have to worry. They had so much fun every week. Between the swimming (which they can't get enough of) and the museum field trips I feel like they had extended recess. I also like the focus on culture through crafts and food. Such a wonderful and safe place to spend the summer.... Read More...
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Spring Break Camp - Pensacola, FL
Campers will learn about Shakespeare, acting, and stage combat as they prepare to perform a 30-minute version of one of Shakespeare’s plays! Wordplay, swordplay, and insult swapping abound – and they get to do it in costume! SETSCO will provide everything except underwear, shoes, and lunch. Ages 9-17
MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH RETREAT @ CAMP GRIER - Old Fort, NC
THE MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH RETREAT at Camp Grier November 6-8, 2015 Theme: "BE OK: Doubt. Promise. Trust." Cost: $70 - $15 (from youth budget) = $55 Register on-line: www.fpcmorganton.org/ministries/youth Keynote Speaker: Katherine Blankenship About Katherine Blankenship: Katherine Blankenship is originally from Asheville, NC, a place she credits the formation of her love of service, the mountains, and her love of God. She graduated from Appalachian State University in 2010 and received her Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Practical Theology at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA. She now serves as the Mission Immersion Director for Raleigh Youth Mission, and through her ministry with youth she works to name creative gifts and profound truths in their lives, most often through music, art, prayer and laughter. What is a Presbytery Youth Retreat? -A time for middle school youth (grades 6-8) from across our Presbytery to gather for the experience of Christian fellowship. -An opportunity to play, study, worship, sing and serve in a beautiful setting with their peers. -An opportunity for youth to see the Church of Jesus Christ beyond the local congregation and take that experience home. -A chance for the First Presbyterian youth group to grow closer through a shared experience. We Need Adult Chaperones! Register on-line: www.fpcmorganton.org/ministries/youth Official PWNC...
Life Teen Campfire Style - Fremont, NE
Life Teen is for students in grades 9-12. Life Teen's mission is to Lead Teens Closer to Christ. Tonight's Topic: Criminal-The Persecuted Christ We will be gathering outside around 2 campfires!! Bring a chair and possibly a blanket. S'mores will be provided!!
Summer camp 2016 - Childwold, NY
Adirondacks this year for summer camp !! July 10-16 , leaving July 9th !!
FOSTER 4 KIDS FIRST Campaign Kickoff Party - New Port Richey, FL
Come and join us as we kick off Shawn Foster's Race for Honorary Governor Of West Pasco to support Pasco Kids First and the WPCC. We will have appetizers provided by Boulevard Beef & Ale and a cash bar. You will have the opportunity to hear about the exciting events Shawn and his committee have planned for the next couple months and unique opportunities to support the campaign! Entrance is only a $10 donation to FOSTER 4 KIDS FIRST!
Mad Science - Eureka! - CenterPoint Energy Community Center
While Thomas Edison said invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration, this camp is 100% FUN! Children will overcome a series of challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors and most importantly - their mind! With a little bit of ingenuity children will create catapults and forts, construct working light sticks to take home and assemble a set of circuits with batteries and light bulbs. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION CECC at CenterPoint Energy Community Center INSTRUCTOR Mad Science
Theater 4 - Story Telling - Artists Exchange
Start from scratch in this two week session. You will invent your own character, and then, along with the group, we will pick a title, genre, setting, and grand event. In the end you will have written and performed your very own play! From story and character to staging and set design, participants will explore all aspects of developing a full–scale theatrical production by immersing themselves in each role through fun yet intensive workshops, culminating in a performance for friends and family. 401-490-9475
Striker/ Goalkeeper Camp - Scottsdale Community College
The Scottsdale Community College Soccer program will be offering a skills camp for boys and girls looking to advance their skills and understanding for attacking players, as well as goalkeepers. From core fundamentals to complex decision making, the camp will be sure to challenge your athlete. 480-423-6623
Babysitting 101 Summer Camp - Stutelage Innovations
Babysitters Club MavyPoppins Babysitters Club helps young adults to be the best babysitters on their blocks! Each day the class discusses an important aspect of babysitting. We will paint, write, read and cook so your child can show up prepared and ready as a babysitter. Topics include responsibility, safety, trust, behavior management and creativity. Each student who passes through the course will earn their Poppins Umbrella! Monday, July 11, 2016 ELA: Babysitter Quiz Cooperative Learning: Why be a Babysitter? Art: Painting Your Reasons Writing: Babysitter Pact Art: Club T-Shirts ELA: Babysitter Packets Tuesday, July 12, 2016 Cooperative Learning: What to Bring, What to Leave at Home Art: Easy Paint Projects to Learn Culinary Arts: How To Make Kid-Friendly Snacks Art: The Babysitters Cookbook Writing: Concerns Through Journaling Cooperative Learning: Safety First! Wednesday, July 13, 2016 Cooperative Learning: Parental Expectations Social Studies: Trust & Families Art: Create a Parent Contract Science: Simple Science Projects Cooperative Learning: Baby Basics ELA: Safety Checklist Thursday, July 14, 2016 Cooperative Learning: Childcare Duties Writing: The Rules To Success Math: Using Your Money Wisely Art: Make a Babysitters Bank ELA: "The Grouchies" by Debbie Wagenbach Cooperative Learning: Behavior Techniques Art: Making A Feelings Shield Friday, July... 7163627848.0
Camp Sequoia M-F #6 9-3 - Marinwood CSD
Exciting is the best way to describe a week of Camp Sequoia! Camp staff has created a new adventure each week for these veteran campers. Whether its playing at the Miller Creek campus, swimming at the pool, having a tournament at the gaga ball pit, or learning a new game or skill during "Campers Choice," Camp Sequoia is full of options and fun! Sequoia Campers also participate in weekly field trips and epic special events. Field Trip: Scandia ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Childcare LOCATION Marinwood Park INSTRUCTOR Marinwood Staff