NFCC “Kids in College” summer camps offer fun and educational experiences
MADISON, FL – Looking for summer fun for your little camper? North Florida Community College's “Kids in College” program offers children in 1st through 6th grades everything from cooking camps to art camps. Camp programs start June 10 and run through July 25.
NFCC’s “Kids in College” camps offer a creative and educational outlet for children throughout the summer. Camps will run Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. with several day camping options. Choose between half days from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. or 1-5 p.m. Campers can also choose to go all day long from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. There will be no camp programs scheduled during the week of July 4.
Camp costs vary and are based on half or full day camp options. A discount will be applied for each second and third child in a family. To enroll today or pick up a registration packet contact Denise Bell at (850) 973-9481 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is also available at /kids-in-college.
NFCC’s “Kids in College” Camp Topics:
Reading & Creative Writing: This camp is designed for young minds with a love for reading as well as for the future writers of the next generation. Kids will be able to express the creativeness they had not been able to during the school year, as well as dive into a world of relatable and imaginative reading through reading comprehension and fun activities.
Math Camp: The math camp will consist of utilizing the fundamentals of math such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. Each week, the difficulty will increase, going from basic equations to using variables. The math camp I am providing will give the kids a feel for STEM courses such as mathematics and science.
Art Camp: Kids will draw, color and paint with a variety of mediums. Their creations will become memories of their summer of 2013. The main focus is to be expressive while having fun.
Culinary Camp: Cooking made fun! Learn about knife safety, microwave safety, using an electric mixer, blender, or other kitchen appliances. Additional kitchen basics such as: how to tell when noodles, cakes and cookies are done, and how to double a recipe or “half” it.
Kelly Center Kids: Every day is about being healthy and getting active. Find out which fun, healthy activity is for you or just do it...sign up and get challenged. Comfortable clothing and athletic shoes required. Held at NFCC’s Colin P. Kelly Fitness Center.
Tech-Know Kids: This hands-on techno camp will allow students to explore computers and other hardware to promote creativity and technical skills. Students will use hardware, search engines and various software programs to create stories, pictures, and explore technology resources.
Science Camp: This camp is designed to expose kids to the various branches of science in a three week period. Over this course of time we will adventure into worlds known and unknown as a part of Earth/Space science, Animal Sciences, Chemistry, Physical Science, and Technological sciences. Kids will learn the scientific method, through various hands on activities and use of technology.