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Camp Edventure More! Camp "Edmo" features fun, hands-on activities designed by the Bay Area's best kid museums: Exploratorium, CA Academy of Sciences, Museum of Children's Art, Zeum and the YMCA. Professional instructors and college counselors lead entering K-5 campers through daily hands-on Art, Science, and Recreation stations plus silly camp games, songs & skits. Older campers (3-5th grade) can also enroll in new Animation sessions. Extended Care available. Ask about special discounts for museum members, Early Bird Specials, and multiple week discounts. A healthy, delicious Kid Chow hot lunch included every day! 7 SF, Marin and East Bay locations. (NOTE: Check out Edventure Tech for 5th-9th grade campers).

iD Tech Camps -iD Tech Camps – Summer Fun Technology Camp!
Summer fun at North America’s #1 Tech Camp!  Over 100,000 kids and teens have created video games, websites, movies, C++ and Java programs, iPhone and Facebook apps, robots and 3D animations at iD Tech Camps.  Ages 7-17 enroll in these fun and challenging, weeklong, day and residential summer camps, located at 60 universities nationwide and Canada.  This includes Stanford, Santa Clara University, UC Berkeley, Sacramento State, St. Mary’s College of CA-Moraga, UCLA, Harvard, Princeton and MIT.  Check out Sports & Tech with Stanford Athletics.  There are also Teen Academies.  Save with code WD44.

Marin Horizon Summer Camp offers swimming, gymnastics and capoeira lessons, off-campus park walks, sports, arts and crafts, music and more for children ages three to eight. We feature a high teacher-to-student ratio for even the youngest campers! Teachers in the 3 to 5 yr old program are ECE specialists and all of our staff is year-round MHS staff! We are the safest, most fun program around for young children. Swimming lessons every day for 4 and 5 yr old and Gymnastics classes every day for 3 yr olds. Six through 8 year olds take field trips every Friday to destinations such as Zeum, McNear's Beach, and the SF Zoo. They also have swimming lessons twice a week! We offer flexible scheduling, drop-in days, and daycare for busy parents.

Jewish Community Center of San Francisco * Location: 3200 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94118 * Neighborhood: Richmond/Golden Gate Park/Presidio Hts * Phone: 415.292.1200 * Ages: 2 to 16 * Cost: Most programs are free or inexpensive. Email: Info@jccsf.org* Academic Enrichment: Language, SAT prep, math, essay writing and chess are just some of the many academic enrichment courses offered.Visit here for more information!

The JCCSF is a community center, known for its programs for children and families. All are welcome - you need not be Jewish to participate in our programs. Programs are fee based, with financial assistance available for most programs. The JCCSF boasts three preschool sites, after-school child care, day camp and specialty camps, swim lessons, sports classes and teams, plus classes in art, ceramics, dance, yoga, gymnastics, academic enrichment, languages and more. Classes are held on a "semester" basis. For more information, please call the JCCSF at 415.292.1200 for more.

Voted by parents as “Best Camp for Kids” in Bay Area Parent, Camp Galileo partners with The Tech Museum of Innovation, Art in Action, and Klutz to bring museum quality day camps to Bay Area communities. Kids rotate daily between science, art, and outdoor programming blended with time for skits, cheers, and games.  Hands-on activities delivered by experienced educators make Camp Galileo a favorite for kids entering K - 5th grades!  Camp sessions are Monday – Friday; 9am – 3pm daily. Three unique weeks of programming are offered.  Weekly sessions start June 27th and end July 29th at the Presidio, 649 Mason St., Building 649, Chrissy Field.  Nine additional locations on the peninsula also offered. To enroll and learn more visit www.campgalileo.com or call 800-854-3684.

Strategies for Becoming an Independent Learner join Quantum Leap:   The Middle School Transition - The transition from elementary to middle school can be daunting – changing classes, organizing materials, managing time and increased homework demands. Middle school students are expected to be independent learners, capable of applying higher order language skills.
This intensive three-week summer program has been successful in helping students become independent learners. Students attend four classes daily:  Organization/Study Skills, Writing, Reading and Morphology (Spelling).  Working in small groups (5 students maximum), we provide a creative and supportive environment in which students improve their language and independent study skills. June 27 – July 15. Morning or afternoon session. A unique opportunity for individualized attention!  Please contact Quantum Leap at 415-226-3375.  On-going classes are available throughout the academic year.   Classes are taught by Educational Therapists.

The Schools of the Sacred Heart 2010 Summer Programs... They offer a wide variety of programs to Bay Area students in (entering) grades K - 8. Classes are co-educational and cross-graded when appropriate.

Project Discover is a tuition-free academic summer program for motivated 3rd-6th grade children who have limited educational opportunities.

Enrich your day and visit the Coyote Point Museum!

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