Summer Camps in Wilton, ND
Ever wonder why a pedestrian is someone who travels by foot but a pediatrician is a childrens doctor? Knowing that pedestrian is from the Latin word pedes (foot) and pediatrician is from the Greek word pedia (child) will help you not only keep these common words straight, but also decipher more obscure words derived from the same roots. 65 percent of English comes from Greek and Latin. A solid foundation in the Greek and Latin roots of English provides skills to decode a word, often without looking it up. Not curious yet? Did you know that the prefix dis is from Latin meaning apart or away from, while the prefix dys is from Greek meaning bad? The prefix ante is Latin for before; anti is Greek for against. This class will provide you with the tools needed to boost your English vocabulary, avoid many common errors and raise your scores on the English and Reading portions of the SAT and ACT exams. Many of the class activities parallel typical questions on the exams, allowing for immediate application of these invaluable skills. This course will cover different words from last year, so former students are encouraged to register. Take one or... 952-988-3463
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This camp gives students the chance to develop socially and musically. My 10 year old daughter loves the fact she can be out in nature, feels safe and can learn about music with like-minded children. Combining nature with music is a great way to spend her summer. It is a wonderful learning environment, but it is also relaxed and comfortable.... Read More...
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2016 CLT Teen Musical Camp presents Zombie Night! - Auburn, ME
2016 Teen Musical Camp presents Zombie Night! Directed by Vincent Ratzavong Music Direction Derrick Lacasse Choreographer Jake Boyce Producer Jen Rombalski This doo-wopping musical pays great tribute to classic horror flicks like “Night of the Living Dead,” “The Return of the Living Dead” and “Cemetery High.” Howie, Louise, Gary and Phoebe are in charge of “Zombie Night,” the annual senior class party. They locate an abandoned farmhouse by an old graveyard, once occupied by the creepy, crawly Dr. Thanatos, who tried to re-animate the dead (gulp!). Vivian and Anne show up, determined to destroy the party. (They’re sore losers who wanted a sock hop instead.) Enter a grim farmer who warns the kids that it’s dangerous to stay. We soon discover why — zombies! While the decorations go up, the zombies shuffle from the graveyard. Cosmic cannibals! It’s zombies versus students! The spoof races to a spine-chilling and hilarious finale. With a great opportunity for eerie makeup with the zombies, this bebopping fright-fest plays well at Halloween or any time of year!
Mystery Dinner Fundraiser for Teen/Children Camp
If you have never been to a Mystery Dinner you will enjoy it. If you have been to a Mystery Dinner you already know the fun that it is. A great cause as well to send Teens/Children to camp. Please join us for good delicious food, fun and fellowship.
Teen/Senior Summer Dance Camp - Pelzer, SC
This camp is for all children boys or girls from 9 yrs of age and older. They will be learning all styles of dance from Ballet, jazz, hip-hop, tap and many many more. Registration is due by May 29th
Gear Up Football Presents: Inaugural FREE Youth Football Camp - Waxaha
Gear Up Football is excited to announce its Inaugural FREE Youth Football Camp! This 1-Day camp is for ages 6 - 14 (1st Grade - 8th Grade). Our camp instructors will include current and former NFL, CFL & AFL players who will provide a hands-on approach with the campers. The camp will focus on proper warm-up techniques, positional fundamentals, and most importantly safety training! *This is a non-contact clinic, so there is no equipment needed What is Gear Up Football? Gear Up Football is a division of Gear Up Sports LLC. Gear Up Football's sole purpose is to teach the fundamentals of the game with a safety first mindset while instilling our character-based training for the youth of Ellis County and surrounding areas. How do I register? Space is limited. Registration is FREE. Registration will begin on Tuesday December 29th. More details to come! Contact Information: Please contact Shawn Santos at 817.938.0457 or email us at [email protected]
Teen Retreat 2015 - Winthrop, NY
Come join us for a fun filled weekend, as you join other Sr. High youth and study together the topic of being called by God to be different and make a difference. Be prepared to have fun in activities including a mud run, trust building games, and more.
Jungle Adventure, Half Day (1-4PM) - Loudoun Arts Center
Watch out for lions, tigers, and bears in our Jungle Adventure! Well go deep in the jungle to create our own tribal music, learn survival skills, create our own canopy, and even visit the National Zoo in DC! 703-444-5888
Week 5 (Ages 8-13) - Hannah Block Historic USO/Community Arts Center
Full Day Enrollment 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Morning Only (9:00am-Noon) Film Camp - Lets make a movie! This week we will write, act and film our own movie and music video! The videos will be featured on the Arts Center Website and the short film submitted into the Cucalorus Festival! Afternoon Only (1:00 - 4:00 pm) Orange St. Pottery Camp – Our 2nd Summer of Pottery! Campers will learn the basics of ceramics in this afternoon camp! All campers will walk away with their very own completed piece of pottery. Supply fee of $10. Students must bring their own lunch. 910-341-7860
Summer Camp Week 8 Ages 8-12 - First Free Church
CAMP DETAILS Moving Stories: Featuring the Works of Roald Dahl Inspired by the great works of Roald Dahl this full day camp will explore some of our favorite books, such as, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, Matilda and Fantastic Mr Fox. Sing songs, play games, make puppets, create backdrops, write poems and act out your favorite scenes from these incredible stories in this fun filled, magical, literary adventure. So please, oh please, we beg, we pray, go throw your TV set away, and in its place you can install, a lovely bookshelf on the wall Roald Dahl. 773-944-9146
Super Science Camp II - Summit On The Park
Early Bird: $105 (March 2-11) Fee: $110R/$143NR PLEASE NOTE: ALL CAMP REGISTRATIONS BEGIN AT THE CAMP FAIR, MARCH 12 FROM 10A - NOON AT THE SUMMIT ON THE PARK, GRAND BALLROOM & ONLINE. Join us for one or both of our Super Science camps! Students will perform several hands-on science activities and will get to take home multiple items. Please note that each camp covers different topics. Please send a nut-free snack and drink for your child each day. Session 2 topics will include Curious Crime Scene Science, Exceptional Engineering, Crazy Chemistry, Superb Senses, Spectacular Simple Machines, and Merry Math. For more info about Super Science, visit www.super-science.net [/] ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Arts I INSTRUCTOR Enrichment Staff Debbie Ash
Music Around The World Camp - Palisades
Calling all musical adventurers! Explore different countries by listening to music they make! Make your own instruments and learn about different cultures. Music is the universal language and we have a lot of exploring to do! Before care 7-9a @ $25 week AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION PAL Willamette Room at Palisades INSTRUCTOR RMC Studios