Summer Camps in Walsh County, ND
This is our HALF DAY option for Young Paleontologist. Camp Young Paleontologist will get your child excited about dinosaurs, fossils, and more! Activities and experiments explore the prehistoric era. During each activity branches of science and noteworthy scientists are introduced. (If your child has any food allergies, please make sure to include that on your online registration form). These exciting experiments are sure to delight and spark the science minds of our youngest little campers, ages 4 and 5. Sample Projects: Fossil rubbings, Dino dig!, Edible volcano, Crystal growing trees, Eruptions, and more! Our pre-k half day camps are 9am-1pm with pre camp options available as well! Please pack a peanut-free snack, bag lunch and refreshment for your child. Each camper receives one free camp t-shirt with each week of registration - order as many extras as you want at checkout! Dont forget to download our camp Welcome Packet on our website for additional camp details, rules, and more! 904-287-8603
Walsh County, ND Summer Camps
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What Is the Difference between Day and Overnight Summer Camp?
An overnight program is commonly called sleep-away camp. Youth go away for a period of time and sleep in cabins or tents with their camp counselors and other campers. Overnight camps are structured to offer kids a variety of activities and to increase kids’ independence, self-esteem and social skills. Many overnight programs include field trips, treks or community service opportunities in addition to traditional activities like swimming and arts and crafts. Conversely, a day camp program is shorter: typically six-to-seven hours long. Youth return home at the end of the day. These camps are structure to help parents who need...
Summer Camp Parent Open House - Waynesville, NC
Attending one of Parent Open Houses is required in order to register your shool-age child (Rising 1st through Rising 7th graders) for any of Spring 2017 Break Activity Days and any one of the many Summer Day Camp Options for 2017. We have MANY NEW Specialty Day Camps in store for 2017. Be sure to attend one of our Parent Open House Meetings to be able to register. Check our Event Calendar for other dates for Parent Open House. In order to register your child(ren) you must have attended one of the meetings. Mon, Feb 6 at 6:30p Wed, Feb 15 at 6:30p Mon, Feb 20 at 6:30p Tues, Feb 28 at 6:30p
Dystopia Rising Indiana March 2016 Event (Fields of Iron) - Greenfield
This marks the true 3 years of full immersion events. If you had a blast at the Feb game then March is looking to be an even more intense event is that even possible? :)
InBound Sports and GC3 Youth Basketball Discipleship Camp - Arlington,
-FREE 4 Weeks Basketball Skills Training (Dribbling, Passing, Shooting, Offense and Defense and Bible Study) -Youth ages 6-17 -FREE Breakfast &/or Lunch -Basketball Training T-shirt @ $10 each (Pls. specify your child's size) -Each Participant MUST bring his/her own basketball -Register your child @ https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1urZwM9gNXBwSYJQ_i507-upTSyEYPsvNGDSE35Ba_KA/viewform?c=0&w=1 FOLLOW UP TRAINING SCHEDULE: January 23, 2016 @ 10:30am-12:30pm January 30, 2016 @ 10am-12nn February 6, 2016 @ 10:30am-12:30pm (Lunch, Closing and Awarding Ceremony follows)
Pre/Teen Archery Camp - Panama City Beach, FL
Call all Teens 12-18 years old!! The teen center is proud to host our Fall Archery Camp at the CYP center. Cost is FREE but we only have 12 slots to fill, so register ASAP! Registration closes October 12th, COB. For more information, call 234-4938
28th Annual "Send a Kid to Camp" Gala - Salt Lake City, UT
This is our largest fundraising event of the year. We rely on support of our community so that we can provide our services to everyone, regardless of income. All proceeds from this event will directly benefit our Summer Camp and year-round education/recreation programs and activities for youth and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities, and children with special medical needs. Please join us for a fun-filled evening including great food and drinks, entertainment, silent and live auctions, and a raffle. Reserve your seat today! See www.campk.org/gala for more details.
Elementary #7 Campout (Females) - Camp Lake Stephens
Our popular 6 day/5 night traditional camp experience in our main camp with a special addition. Campers will participate in a variety of camp activities such as swimming, canoeing, going to the creek, arts & crafts, and zip line among other things. They will also camp out one night at our "Out Post" Camp next to our creek where they will sleep in hammocks! 662-234-3350
Week 6- ESE- LEGO WeDo Science - Eagle Springs Elementary School
TECH IT OUT- Robotics WeDo Science Camp Activities are divided into four project-based learning themes – Organisms and Environments| Force, Motion and Energy |Sports and Engineering | History of Flight Working in small teams, campers understand how scientific investigation and reasoning allows them to use critical thinking and problem solving to make informed decisions and draw conclusions by designing models that represents how something works or looks that cannot be seen. TECH IT OUT- WeDo Science Camp culminated in a high tech share fair where students set up a display of their models and present their computer animated conclusion from science experiments to their learning community and families. 8322080445.0
Wearable Art: Teens and Adults - Peninsula Fine Arts Center
In this class students will create one-of-a-kind, awesome art to wear. Paint a T-shirt, jeans or jacket with instructions on using fabric paint, textile design and color coordination. Next, knit or crochet a scarf, vest, tote bag or purse and learn to bead and embroider designs on the finished project. Bring your own clothes to paint! Tuesdays, 6-8:30pm April 26 – May 31 (6 sessions) $150 members/ $165 non-members Instructor, Lee Gerry Wertheimer Limit: 10 students 757-596-8175
Astronomy/Cosmos - Bridgeway Christian Academy
COURSE Join us as we race across the Milky Way with twenty astronomy projects! This is the camp that your child will be talking about for a long time! Do you have a rocket scientist in your family? Sample Projects: screaming balloon rockets, solar glasses, telescope building, and rocket launchers. 404-932-2552
Period 4 - Math Games - NBJH Room 324
Math skills will be reviewed each day. We will learn a wide range of math games. It will be a perfect way to keep your math skills up to date over summer and have lots of fun doing so! 8475043400 x2520