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PlanetBravo's Techno-tainment Camps

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PlanetBravo's Techno-tainment Camps have provided kids and teens with the opportunity to enjoy summer fun while creating incredible tech projects for 17 summers. With 10 locations in Southern California and the Bay Area, campers enjoy a full week of a camp course for hundreds less than nationwide tech programs. From virtual reality and battle royale game design to drone programming and simple coding, any ability level is perfect for the courses at this camp. The staff is fun, friendly, and really knows how to make the learning meaningful and engaging. 

PlanetBravo has been featured on Netflix and PBS NewsHour and written about in Fortune magazine as an example of how tech can improve academics in schools. Learn more at www.planetbravo.com.

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Pulse Sports Camps

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Building upon the enormous success of the US Sports Institute, USA Sport Group has extended its product range to offer Pulse Sports as the next level in coaching education.

Pulse Premier Sports Camps offer specialized coaching programs for children of all skill levels at some of the finest facilities in the nation. The Pulse multi-level curriculum is designed and delivered by highly trained professional coaches to provide participants with superior training experience. It is the perfect setting to reach their highest potential while having the most amount of fun.

With the majority of locations offering free before care, daily swim, daily lunch, and indoor locations, there has never been a better time to try Pulse Sports Camps.

Fashion Technology & Design Summer Camp

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ThunderLily Fashion Tech offers summer camps where young fashionistas and aspiring engineers fuse creativity with innovation as they explore the exciting world of wearable technology.

Students learn the actual techniques that are needed to be fashion designers and then use their creativity to solve real world dilemmas, working through iterative design cycles from concept to final prototype. In these summer courses, students delve into the four pillars of wearable tech—design, engineering, construction, and sustainability—learning conceptual design and how to refine their ideas. Students gain hands-on experience with pattern-drafting, sewing, and construction; learn how to program Arduinos; and explore the fundamentals of electrical engineering, prototyping, and choosing fabrics.

For their capstone project, students create a unique piece of wearable technology that improves the world around us.

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The Institute for American Indian Studies' Summer Camp

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The Institute for American Indian Studies is offering six weeks of full-day summer camp for children ages 5-12, focusing on the life-ways and lessons of Native Peoples. Join experienced educators and camp staff on a journey through one or several themes: Digging Detectives, Eating with the Seasons, Crafty Creations, Woodland Survival, Not So Primitive Technology, and Forest and River Ecology. Each week while hiking in the woods, playing games, and making friends, campers will work together to complete a group project. By doing so, campers will not only learn valuable life skills, but will also have a positive impact on future visitors, students, and campers. Have your children practice team-building skills, increase their knowledge of nature, and connect with a culture that has more than 10,000 years of history in the area!

Suffolk YJCC Camps

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Suffolk YJCC's staff of counselors, activity specialists, and American Red Cross certified lifeguards will provide your child with an incredible summer camp experience. A wide range of general and specialty activities is offered at two sites with outstanding programs to meet the individual needs and interests for each age group with inclusivity for every ability level.

Campers ages 2-15 come to SYJCC each summer for unforgettable experiences, fun, friendship, and adventure. Pick 2-8 weeks at the camp that is custom designed with your child in mind. SYJCC provides campers with opportunities to try new things and build life skills all while having the best summer in a safe environment.

SYJCC camps welcome children of all religions. Camps provide a caring, supportive environment so kids can discover their potential and learn about sportsmanship and teamwork while building lifelong friendships.

For more information, contact Melanie (mwaddell@syjcc.org or 516-462-9800, ext. 136).

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Idea Lab Kids

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Idea Lab Kids provides STEAM (STEM + Arts) camps ranging from Cooking School, Robotics, and Drones to 3-D Printing, Art Studio, Coding, Programming, Movie Production, Engineering, and Science. Campers learn through inquisitive hands-on activities utilizing science, math, critical thinking skills, and a great deal of imagination.

Full- and half-day options are available, plus optional extended hours for before- and after-camp care. Campers are divided by age group: preschool, lower elementary, upper elementary, and middle school.

Mill River Park Day Camp

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Mill River Park Day Camp, for kids ages 5-14, is far from traditional. With a focus on environmental education, campers can to choose from almost a dozen unique clubs ranging from sports to fashion and will make lasting memories on weekly field trips. A hot lunch and snack is included.

Mill River Park Day Camp is located in downtown Stamford and is proud to offer extended care and financial assistance options. For more details, visit the website or contact Tiffany Wilson at tiffany@millriverpark.org.

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Summer STEAM at Shady Hill School

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Summer STEAM is a multifaceted, child-centered summer program on the Shady Hill School campus. It features hands-on, project-based science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. Students are encouraged to be curious about the world around them, question the limits of their knowledge, and identify and solve real-world problems.

Throughout their time on campus, students will:

  • Explore the world around them and think critically about what they see, know, and understand.
  • Connect and collaborate with friends as they work together to problem-solve and have fun.
  • Create new knowledge and show that learning through a variety interactive, innovative ways.

Each week has a unique theme that defines the learning and exploration. These themes, along with a schedule and more information, can be found on the school's website.

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