Summer Camps in Ulysses, KS
This is an intensive customized program for competitive boys 13 and younger. Instruction will focus on performing techniques with less time and space, and making tactical decisions at a higher speed. Each day, players receive top flight instruction from the nationally ranked and recognized University of Tulsa Mens and Womens Coaches as well as other top Collegiate, Club and High School coaches and players. Registration will be Sunday from 1-3 and pick up will be Thursday at 11:30 am. Call for Team Discount: Denise McIntosh 918-688-8737 PLEASE NOTE: Customers may pay in full when registering OR pay only the $250 non-refundable deposit. Customers that pay only the deposit may login to their online account and pay balance at any time. However, if not paid in full already, any remaining balance will be automatically charged to their credit card used to pay the deposit on the Friday before the camp starts. 918-688-8737
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I have very fond memories of my own summer camp experiences and wanted my daughters to build their own memories. Little did I know they would be so overjoyed to go to Hidden Valley. Unlike my time back in the day, we've got great pictures and videos of all the fun that had. Amazing summer memories for sure! ... Read More...
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Kids Winter Art Camp: Mixed-Media Masks! - Bellingham, WA
In this winter break art class, we'll imagine that we are in a warm tropical place with palm trees, wild birds singing, and sandy beaches. To inspire our imagination, we’ll learn about the French post-Impressionist artist Paul Gauguin, the location of Tahiti, and a brief history of Tikis. Tiki masks actually have a long, rich history in Polynesian culture. The Tiki masks were originally hand-carved wooden masks that were used to symbolize deities, give protection, and increase luck. We'll create our own colorful and textured papers with paints with a variety of brushes, and different items to make texture, in mixed-media format, then use the painted papers to create our Tiki masks. Art Teacher: Rachel (LeLu) Simpson Dates: December 28th, 29th, & 30th at 3:00pm – 5:00pm Location: BAAY, 1059 N. State Street, Bellingham, WA Registration: BAAY (Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth) Details: $50 per student, ages 10-16 (ages flexible)
Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 8-11 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included) Gym membership: $15.00 for Adults $10.00 for Youth Ages 12-17
FREE! Kid Fit Boot Camp Ages 4-7 - Chandler, AZ
FREE CLASS WEEK OCT 10TH THROUGH OCT 16TH
2016 Youth Karate Summer Camp - Shepherdsville, KY
Our Youth Karate Summer Camp offer children 6-13 years old a chance to experience the benefits of Karate/ martial arts over the Summer. Along with a daily karate class and exercise we will have weekly field trips to the local pool and park; crafts and games to build and develop positive team and individual life skills that will stay with your child a lifetime. Camp is set up weekly 7am - 5pm, Monday though Friday for $80.00 per week; with multiple child discounts available. Contact us to register or for more information.
Boot Camp Fitness Class to Support New York Road Runners' (NYRR) Youth
Join us on Sunday, July 10th for a special one-hour Boot Camp Fitness Class to support New York Road Runners' (NYRR) Youth Programs, which serve over 200,000 students annually with free running and fitness experiences. During this special Boot Camp Fitness Class hosted by Michelle Stiglitz, you will sweat your way through a series of various exercise all to support a good cause. The class will be held outdoors in Clove Lakes park. We will meet promptly at 9:00am on the Martling Avenue Bridge (near the Staten Island Zoo parking lot) Please bring a mat or towel and a bottle of water. *All fitness levels are welcome to participate! To sign up for this fun morning of outdoor fitness, a minimum donation of $25 per person is required. Please be sure to arrive at least 15 minutes early. We will start promptly at 9:00 am. Please click the link below to make your donation and secure your spot! https://www.crowdrise.com/boot-camp-fitness-class-to-support-new-york-road-runners-nyrr-youth-programs/fundraiser/nyrryouth If you are unable to attend and would still like to make a donation, please click on the crowdrise link. Thank you in advance for your support!
Scratch Programming - 10AM - The Digital Arts Experience
Scratch is a tile-based visual programming language developed by MIT that helps teach the logic and problem solving that drive computer programming. Scratch uses command blocks instead of code, and can be used to create interactive stories animations, video games and much more. This class is designed to give younger students an introduction to programming through fun, exciting, and interactive projects. Class dates are: 04/09, 04/16, 04/30, 05/07, 05/14, 05/21, 06/04, 06/11 with a makeup date on 06/18. 9146448100.0
Robotics for Primary School Session 2 - The Prairie School
What does it take to build and program a robot? This workshop allows students to build and program a robot to complete a variety of simple tasks. Students use mathematics, engineering, communication skills, and creative problem solving in a hands-on setting. -- Location: M-15 -- Instructor: Rick Craig, MS Robotics instructor, US Science instructor and US ROV Coordinator (262)752-2680
Future Robot Creator - United Faith Christian Academy
Entry-level robotics and programming. Campers get a head start on simple robotics using LEGO® Education WeDo™ components and easy to use software. Our young creators will build models, attach sensors and motors, and configure behaviors using a simple programming tool. 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. Robot models include a variety of animals, soccer players, amazing mechanisms, and adventure stories. When ready, campers move to advanced building and programming projects that include: a Racecar, Ferris wheel, and Carousel. As the week draws to a close, campers can utilize the skills they have learned to build an X-wing fighter or Marine helicopter. Parents are invited to join us on Fridays Family Day to view their childs creations. Campers will also complete a small LEGO® project that they will be able to take home. 7047743016.0
Explorer - Extreme Adventure Camp - Monroe Camp and Retreat Center
Do you love extreme activities? During this week of camp we will have the opportunity to experience the High Ropes Course, Indoor Sky Diving, Rocking Climbing and more! If youre up for an adventure, this is the camp for you! (910) 276-1654
Building Brains Lego Engineering 2 (AM) - Bellaire City Hall
Learn to BUILD simple machines using gears, levers and pulleys and then MOTORIZE these machines using LEGO and K?NEX educational kits. Our written Engineering curriculum BUILDS MATH and SCIENCE skills with hands on Kinetic learning techniques. Each day we will build new simple machines and conduct experiments to see how well they perform. STEM CURRICULUM. Students will understand why a machine works and will learn how to manipulate a machine to go faster or slower. Fine motor skills, critical thinking skills; imagination and confidence will increase in this fun-filled class. Our program reinforces the Elementary school math and science curriculum.Half Day students: Please bring a snack and a drink with your childs name clearly marked each day. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Civic Center Meeting Room at Bellaire City Hall INSTRUCTOR Building Brains