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As a way to keep students engaged over the summer, we will be offering a variety of camps this summer. Each camp will run Monday through Friday for a week at a time and are open to all students (you don’t have to be a registered student at Christ Point Academy to participate). Camps will last from 9am-12pm each day and there will be 10 available slots for each camp except for knitting I which will have 6. The students will have a recess break and a lunch break. Lunch will not be provided so please make sure that your child has lunch every day, as well as a re-fillable water bottle. We have a water dispenser in the school that the students will be able to use. The cost for each camp will be $100 per child. Listed below are the camps and information about each one.

The electronic registration form can be found below the last camp description near the bottom of this page along with a PayPal button to pay.

May 31-June 4: Rocketry with Brenda Rogers (upcoming 4th through 6th grade)

Curriculum includes: Newton’s Third Law of Motion, Balanced vs Unbalanced, Newton Units, pneumatic rockets, trajectories, Importance of Parachutes, identification of the forces of flight and phases of flight.

Activities include: “Pneumatic Rockets,” “Balloon Rockets,” “Trajectory Straw Rockets,” and **”Parachute Drops.” This will be for upcoming 4th through 6th grade.

June 7-11: STEM Science Fun with Shyna Pina (upcoming K through 2nd grade)

Come join us for STEM science experiments and activities where we will be making, observing, and talking about all things science! Fun things will be made to take home all week.

June 7-11: Creative Writing with Stephanie Hawkins (upcoming 4th through 8th graders)

Let your kids express themselves through art and words. Creative writing develops creative thoughts, uses imaginations, suggests alternatives, broaden thought process and problem-solving abilities. It also allows children to show their opinions and develop their voice. Plus, it improves their logical skills. There are many reasons for children to start an art journal: self-care, record a trip, explore creativity, observe nature, express faith… Join us to creat an art journaling page and have fun with creative writing. There is no wrong or right in this camp. It is all about creativity. This will be for upcoming 4th through 8th graders.

June 7-11: Under the Sea Math Camp with Tayler White (target age – students entering into 1st grade)

We will explore different ways to learn math by playing games and having fun! Join me for an underwater experience as we learn about math! This will be for students entering into 1st grade.

June 7-11: Beginner Math Fun with Mackenzie White (target age – students entering kindergarten)

Join me as we learn all about math by playing games, doing crafts, and hanging out! Your child will prepare for kindergarten as they learn. This will be for upcoming kindergarteners

June 7-11: Rocketry with Brenda Rogers (upcoming 4th through 6th grade)

• Curriculum includes Gliders, lift, drag, gravity/weight, thrust, parts of a rocket, the purpose and importance of rockets, beginning propellants, stages of rockets, and launch pads. Activities include “Glider Flight,” **”Parachute Drop,” “Lemon Juice Rockets,” and Stomp Rockets.” This will be for upcoming 4th through 6th grade.

June 14-18: Lego Blast with Erin Bower (elementary ages)

Do you love Legos? We do too! 🙂 Join us for a week of Lego fun. We’ll have Lego games, crafts, and building challenges!

June 14-18: Cheer with Lily Winborn (elementary ages)

Lily Winborn, our cheer coach that taught cheer in the spring will be doing a week long cheer camp June 14-18. Lily will focus on stretching, light conditioning, jumps, proper cheerleading form, various cheers, a cheer dance, beginner stunts, beginner tumbling, and she will reinforce the skills that have been learned with games and other fun activities.

June 14-18: STEM Science Fun with Mackenzie White and Jacqueline Martin (target age – upcoming 2nd through 5th grade)

• Get ready to learn all about science and do some amazing experiments!! We will do STEM activities! Sign up to find out what surprises we will be doing. Come join us for all of the fun that will go on during science camp!

June 14-18: Rocketry with Brenda Rogers (upcoming 7th through 9th grade)

• Curriculum includes: Newton’s Third Law of Motion, Balanced vs Unbalanced, Newton Units, pneumatic Rockets, trajectories, Importance of Parachutes, and identification of the forces of flight and phases of flight. Activities include: “Pneumatic Rockets,” “Balloon Rockets,” “Trajectory Straw Rockets,” and **”Parachute Drops.” This will be for upcoming 7th through 9th grade.

June 21-25: Knitting 1 with Janet Hollis (upcoming 4th through high school)

  • Learn to knit!  Learn the basics of knitting: how to cast on, knit, purl, and bind off.  Learn about yarns and knitting needles and a little history of knitting, too.  We will not be in a hurry in this class – we will go as fast or as slowly as we need to. This class is open to anyone going into the 4th grade and up through high school.

Please note – this camp has an additional $10 material fee which you can bring the 1st day of camp. The extra fee will cover all the yarn and needles.

June 21-25: Phonics Splash with Naomi Vaden (target age – upcoming kindergarteners)

• During this camp we will have a “waterful” time as we learn about letters, letter sounds, and early reading skills! Children will engage in crafts, water play, and games while building confidence in reading fundamentals. This will be for upcoming Kindergarteners.

June 21-25: Welcome to the Zoo Phonics Camp with Tayler White (target age – upcoming 1st graders)

• Get ready to learn phonics as we take a week long trip through the zoo! We will learn about animals by incorporating phonics as a fun way to learn! This will be for upcoming first graders.

June 21-25: Rocketry with Brenda Rogers (upcoming 7th through 9th grade)

• Curriculum includes In depth look at the forces of flight, parts of a liquid rocket, parts of a solid rocket, the purpose and importance of rockets, propellants, the fire tetrahedron, stages of rockets, launch pads, parts of a model rocket, parts of a launch stand. Activities include **”Parachute Drop,” “Lemon Juice Rockets,” Stomp Rockets,” “Can You Take It With You?,” This will be for upcoming 7th through 9th grade.

June 28-July 2: Gym and Tumbling with Lily Wonborn (upcoming K through 5th grade)

• Our cheer coach Lily, will be leading a gym class for grades K-5th. They will learn how to properly tumble while moving and letting out energy in a fun, safe way

June 28-July 2: Astronomy with Brenda Rogers (upcoming 4th through 6th grade)

• Curriculum includes Sol, the planets, Luna, and what stars are. Activities include “Marshmallow Fusion,” “Layers of the Sun,” “Balloon Earth,” “Mars Geologist, and “Asteroid Mining.” They will also learn to use a star chart and identify 5 current constellations as well as learn to locate Polaris, our North Star. This is for upcoming 4th through 6th grade.

July 5-9: Building the Foundation on Jesus with Rebekah Hogsed and Naomi Vaden (elementary ages)

• Prepare your hearts to learn all about God and how to build your relationship with him. We will learn about cranes, trains, and building our foundation on Jesus. We will play, do crafts, have snack, sing, and dance!

July 5-9: Astronomy with Brenda Rogers (upcoming 4th through 6th grade)

• Curriculum includes Meteoroids, meteors, meteorites, comets, galaxies, Mars, and NASA. Activities include “Make a Comet,” “Drawing Galaxies,” “CD Galaxies,” “Why We Have Seasons,” and “Why Do Constellations Change?” This will be for upcoming 4th-6th grade.

July 5-9: Knitting 2 with Janet Hollis (open to those who have taken Knitting 1 or who already know how to knit)

• Learn some more about knitting!  This class picks up where Knitting 1 leaves off.  Learn more about increases, decreases, blocking, and other types of needles (among other things).  Learn about how to read a pattern, and how to find good knitting ideas on the internet.

This class is open to folks who have taken Knitting 1, or who already know how to knit.

No materials fee for this class, but you will be going out to buy yarn/needles for the project you would like to make.

July 5-9: Mathematics Escape Room with Kandace Chambers (upcoming 6th through 8th grade)

• Join Ms. Kandace this summer for an amazing escape room experience. Spend the week strengthening your math skills using games and hands-on activities that will prepare you to conquer the ultimate escape room. Focus is on upcoming 6th-8th graders.

July 12-16: STEM Science Fun with Shyna Pina (upcoming 3rd through 6th grade)

Come join us for STEM science experiments and activities where we will be making, observing, and talking about all things science! Fun things will be made to take home all week.

July 12-16: Foundations of Essay Writing with Stephanie Hawkins (upcoming 6th through 8th grade)

• Topic sentences, thesis statements, introductory and concluding paragraphs are not necessarily fun concepts. But they are all things your middle schooler needs to understand now, moving forward in school and in a variety of careers. Your child can practice these concepts in a fun, interactive setting without the pressure of being graded. It’s better to grasp these concepts early, so writing will be more natural in the future. This will be for upcoming 6th-8th graders.

July 12-16: Astronomy with Brenda Rogers (upcoming 7th through 9th grade)

• Curriculum includes Sol, the planets, Luna, and certain stars, how to use a star chart, five current constellations, how to locate Polaris, our North Star. Activities include “Marshmallow Fusion,” “Layers of the Sun,” “Balloon Earth,” “Mars Geologist, and “Asteroid Mining.” This will be for upcoming 7th-9th graders.

July 19-23: Multiplication Boot Camp Fun with Miiko Gibson (upcoming 4th grade and up)

• This boot camp is designed to help students learn their multiplication facts (1-12) through a variety of strategies, with tips and tricks to help them multiply faster. Students will be taught vocabulary and thinking strategies that will help them develop an understanding of elementary pre-algebraic concepts. This will also be a good refresher course for students struggling with their tables and multiplication. For rising fourth graders and up.

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July 19-23: Astronomy with Brenda Rogers (upcoming 7th through 9th grade)

• Curriculum includes Meteoroids, meteors, meteorites, comets, and galaxies, and star lifecycle (parts 1 and 2). Activities include “Make a Comet,” “Drawing Galaxies,” “CD Galaxies,” “Why We Have Seasons,” and “Why Do Constellations Change?” This will be for upcoming 7th- 9th grade.

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$100.00