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Note - Location  - Bay Farm SchoolREGISTRATION STARTS MARCH 2 AT 9:30AM @ www.AlamedaEducation.org
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WeekCamps: All camps will be held at Bay Farm School, 200 Aughinbaugh Way, 94502
Grade Level (completed)
Camp dates
Camp Fee
Materials Fee
Camp Descriptions
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Week 1
Morning camps: 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Mandarin Week 1Gr. K-76/26 - 6/30$235$20Integrating Learning Styles and “Multiple Intelligence” Theory in teaching Mandarin
Applying the “Multiple Intelligence” theory in the language classroom improves a student’s ability to develop the language. “Multiple Intelligence” model teaches language through the sole use of repetitive material using the following platforms: Linguistics, Engineering projects (coding), Art, building 3D puzzles, Music and Games.
Activities that incorporate multiple intelligences can promote the use of the target language as it is used in real life.
In our Mandarin Summer camps, we will expose children to mandarin and offer them a variety of ways to learn and use the language.
No previous knowledge of Mandarin is required.
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Bookmaking ArtsGr. K-26/26 - 6/30$195$20Transform the imagination into hands-on treasures by making one-of-a-kind handbound books! Push, pull, fold, cut, and stitch paper to make a variety of both classic and inventive book forms such as pop-ups, origami books, accordions and pamphlet-stitched journals. Experiment with a variety of illustration techniques like marbling, printmaking, collage, and watercolor, and start each morning with lively journaling games that are meant to inspire and awaken the creative voice.
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S.T.E.M "Code.org"/Snap CircuitsGr. K-26/26 - 6/30$195$5In this course, your young student will learn the basics of electricity through hands-on experimenting with SNAP Circuits. They will learn how basic electricity works and do experiments with lights, motors and more!

The second part of the course will immerse your student in entry level programming using CODE.ORG. They will learn foundational programming skills and computational logic using a simple drag and drop programming environment.
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Circus ArtsGr. K-26/26 - 6/30$195NilAn entertaining, mental and physical class, it focuses on promoting hand-eye coordination, vocal and physical expression, and stretching the body and mind. Beginning with warm-up and conditioning, the course will include elements of clowning such as tumbling, juggling, skits and dramatic play. On top of all this fun we will also be focusing on gymnastics and partnering skills.
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S.T.E.M Claymation/Stop Motion AnimationGr. 3-56/26 - 6/30$195$10Claymation Animation camp is amazing! It is a project-based STEM activity that integrates math and science in an art form. This camp engages students through a multifaceted curriculum that involves the concept of motion. Some emphasis will be on sculpture and figure-making using clay and a variety of mediums.

Students will also learn to download images, work in Windows Movie Maker or Adobe Premiere, and learn how to add sound to their projects. Students will organize their ideas through creating storyboards following the organized process of building the figures, creating set designs and then learning photography and computer technology.

This is a perfect camp for hands-on learners and new technology enthusiasts! Projects include: students free style creative ideas, as well as more science oriented projects dealing with the life cycle of a cell, the water cycle, gravity, land formations, the solar system and more.
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Jewelry Design & CreationGr. 3-56/26 - 6/30$195$20Learn to bead cool patterns with glass beads and thread. Discover how to make fun charms out of clay. Take what you make and put them all into necklaces, earrings, bracelets and more!!
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Writing Exciting Stories "Truth & Fiction"Gr. 4-76/26 - 6/30$205$20When writers add details to their true stories (non-fiction) they are more interesting. When writers fabricate details, we believe them - and we call it fiction. In this class we will write true and false stories with details, conflict, and lively dialogue that makes it sounds like the characters are really talking. Sometimes we will play make-believe games and act out stories to make them feel real in our minds before we write them.
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Week 1Afternoon camps/After Care:
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Android Mobile App Development          1:00 - 4:00pmGr. 6-86/26 - 6/30$150$10Mobile applications are the future! Your student will use MIT App Inventor to learn Android application programming and app creation for mobile devices and tablets. Instead of learning a complex language of text-based coding, they will use a rapid application development (RAD) visual programming language based on Scratch. The simple graphical interface grants even an inexperienced novice the ability to create a basic, fully functional app within an hour or less.
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Karate Beginners/I/II/III                           3:30 - 4:30pm (Tues/Thurs ONLY)Gr. K-8June 27 - July 27 (Tues & Thurs. ONLY)$175NilWado Ki Kai Karate uses traditional and contemporary training styles. Primarily Okinawa-Japanese based Karate. This Martial Arts incorporates traditional Kata's (forms), Korean Kicking techniques from Tae Kwon Do, flexibility and tumbling as in gymnastics and practical Self-Defense skills. The focusing on techniques rather than strength or size. Students will improve self-esteem through the disciplines of practice, concentration, proper breathing and goal setting. 9\ classes. Class is every Tuesday and Thursday.
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ARPD After care 12:30 - 5:30pmGr. K-56/26 - 6/30$136NilAfter Care with Alameda Recreation & Parks Dept. PLEASE NOTE this is for grades K-5 ONLY. It is only available to students who are enrolled in an AEF Summer Camp. ARPD will pick up the students at 12.30 pm and take them to Godfrey Park, 281 Beach Road, Bay Farm Island. Students will be transported to the park via a city-owned vehicle .Parents must pick up their child(ren) by 5.30pm .Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by ARPD.
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Week 2All day camp: 8.30am - 3pmNO CAMPS JULY 4
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Spanish Week 1Gr. K-57/3 - 7/7$285$20Children are scientists by nature. They acquire a second language at their own pace when they are exposed to hands-on activities that are developmentally appropriate and interesting. Using the TPRS method students will learn Spanish while:

• using their imagination to build whatever they choose from an array of recycled materials.

• becoming inventors by tinkering with child-safe electric and non-electric items

• creating musical instruments, learning songs, dancing, cooking & baking foods from the Hispanic culture

• performing funny stories of their own creation.

• playing outdoors and using nature to create art projects

Every week, your child will take home something of their own creation
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Week 2
Morning camps: 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Spanish Week 1Gr. K-57/3 - 7/7$195$20Children are scientists by nature. They acquire a second language at their own pace when they are exposed to hands-on activities that are developmentally appropriate and interesting. Using the TPRS method students will learn Spanish while:

• using their imagination to build whatever they choose from an array of recycled materials.

• becoming inventors by tinkering with child-safe electric and non-electric items

• creating musical instruments, learning songs, dancing, cooking & baking foods from the Hispanic culture

• performing funny stories of their own creation.

• playing outdoors and using nature to create art projects

Every week, your child will take home something of their own creation
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Mandarin Week 2Gr. K-77/3 - 7/7$195$20Integrating Learning Styles and “Multiple Intelligence” Theory in teaching Mandarin Applying the “Multiple Intelligence” theory in the language classroom improves a student’s ability to develop the language. “Multiple Intelligence” model teaches language through the sole use of repetitive material using the following platforms: Linguistics, Engineering projects (coding), Art, building 3D puzzles, Music and Games. Activities that incorporate multiple intelligences can promote the use of the target language as it is used in real life. In our Mandarin Summer camps, we will expose children to mandarin and offer them a variety of ways to learn and use the language. No previous knowledge of Mandarin is required.
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S.T.E.M. KODU - Video Game Programming
Gr. K-27/3 - 7/7$160NilKodu Game Lab by Microsoft lets kids create games on the PC and Xbox via a visual programming language. In this class, we’ll learn to understand the types of video games - side scrolling, open world, racing games, et cetera. Students will learn how to implement the basic techniques of game development to create their own video games.
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Jewelry Design & CreationGr. K-27/3 - 7/7$160$20Learn to bead cool patterns with glass beads and thread. Discover how to make fun charms out of clay. Take what you make and put them all into necklaces, earrings, bracelets and more!!
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KinderBOTS - GalaxyBOTsGr. K-27/3 - 7/7$160NilThe Force Awakens! Explore the galaxy with our space themed robots! Build a rocket launcher, spaceport, alien, moonwalker and more! Learn the fundamentals of mechanics like gears, levers, pulleys and cranks. Each team of two gets a computer and a LEGO WeDo kit to use. Exclusive curriculum with an emphasis on technology, engineering and programming
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Pottery & CeramicsGr. K-27/3 - 7/7$160$20Have fun creating with clay! In this exciting camp students will learn to manipulate clay to create functional and decorative pieces as well as create their own mosaic frames and trivets! They will experiment with different clay techniques that include slab construction, slump molds, etching designs, and adding textural elements to create bowls, vases, boxes and tiles! They will finalize their pieces with food-safe ceramic glazes and learn about the firing process. By the end of the session each student will have at least 6 finished ceramic and mosaic pieces to be proud of!
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Artists' StudioGr. 3-87/3 - 7/7$175$15Using markers, oil pastels, watercolors, and colored pencil, students will creating art drawing the shapes they see in common objects, such as leaves and flowers, fruits and vegetables, as well as copying from photographs. An Art Show of the students' creations will be held the last 30mins of camp on July 7.
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Circus ArtsGr. 3-67/3 - 7/7$160NilAn entertaining, mental and physical class, it focuses on promoting hand-eye coordination, vocal and physical expression, and stretching the body and mind. Beginning with warm-up and conditioning, the course will include elements of clowning such as tumbling, juggling, skits and dramatic play. On top of all this fun we will also be focusing on gymnastics and partnering skills.
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S.T.E.M. Tinkering to LearnGr. 3-57/3 - 7/7$160$10In this S.T.E.M. related class students experience a unique opportunity to explore their natural curiosity through Tinkering. This class is perfect for the young curious mind and for those who want to have fun learning. Students make "stuff", explore new ideas and take things apart in this class. Through a tinkering activity students learn how "stuff" works and to explore their own ideas on creating projects in a structured environment. This Tinkering class for many children fuels their natural curiosity about life through play teaching them valuable lessons in developing fine motor skills, problem solving abilities, and peer relationships. This helps their curiosity in the working world and equips them with feelings of confidence and discovery.
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Week 2Afternoon camps/After Care:
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S.T.E.M. KODU - Video Game Programming 1:00 - 4:00pmGr. 6-87/3 - 7/7$125NilKodu Game Lab by Microsoft lets kids create games on the PC and Xbox via a visual programming language. In this class, we’ll learn to understand the types of video games - side scrolling, open world, racing games, et cetera. Students will learn how to implement the basic techniques of game development to create their own video games.
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ARPD After care 12:30 - 5:30pmGr. K-57/3 - 7/7$125NilAfter Care with Alameda Recreation & Parks Dept. PLEASE NOTE this is for grades K-5 ONLY. It is only available to students who are enrolled in an AEF Summer Camp. ARPD will pick up the students at 12.30 pm and take them to Godfrey Park, 281 Beach Road, Bay Farm Island. Students will be transported to the park via a city-owned vehicle .Parents must pick up their child(ren) by 5.30pm .Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by ARPD.
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Spanish ONLY (3-5:30)Gr. K-57/3 - 7/7$65NilAfter care will be provided onsite for the students who attend the Spanish All Day Camps. This after care is for elementary students ONLY
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Week 3All day camp: 8:30am - 3:00pm
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Spanish Week 2Gr. K-5
7/10 - 7/14
$355$20Children are scientists by nature. They acquire a second language at their own pace when they are exposed to hands-on activities that are developmentally appropriate and interesting. Using the TPRS method students will learn Spanish while:

• using their imagination to build whatever they choose from an array of recycled materials.

• becoming inventors by tinkering with child-safe electric and non-electric items

• creating musical instruments, learning songs, dancing, cooking & baking foods from the Hispanic culture

• performing funny stories of their own creation.

• playing outdoors and using nature to create art projects

Every week, your child will take home something of their own creation
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Morning camps: 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Spanish Week 2Gr. K-57/10 - 7/14$235$20Children are scientists by nature. They acquire a second language at their own pace when they are exposed to hands-on activities that are developmentally appropriate and interesting. Using the TPRS method students will learn Spanish while:

• using their imagination to build whatever they choose from an array of recycled materials.

• becoming inventors by tinkering with child-safe electric and non-electric items

• creating musical instruments, learning songs, dancing, cooking & baking foods from the Hispanic culture

• performing funny stories of their own creation.

• playing outdoors and using nature to create art projects

Every week, your child will take home something of their own creation
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Mandarin Week 3Gr. K-77/10 - 7/14$235$20Integrating Learning Styles and “Multiple Intelligence” Theory in teaching Mandarin Applying the “Multiple Intelligence” theory in the language classroom improves a student’s ability to develop the language. “Multiple Intelligence” model teaches language through the sole use of repetitive material using the following platforms: Linguistics, Engineering projects (coding), Art, building 3D puzzles, Music and Games. Activities that incorporate multiple intelligences can promote the use of the target language as it is used in real life. In our Mandarin Summer camps, we will expose children to mandarin and offer them a variety of ways to learn and use the language. No previous knowledge of Mandarin is required.
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S.T.E.M. Tinkering to LearnGr. K-27/10 - 7/14$195$10In this S.T.E.M. related class students experience a unique opportunity to explore their natural curiosity through Tinkering. This class is perfect for the young curious mind and for those who want to have fun learning. Students make "stuff", explore new ideas and take things apart in this class. Through a tinkering activity students learn how "stuff" works and to explore their own ideas on creating projects in a structured environment. This Tinkering class for many children fuels their natural curiosity about life through play teaching them valuable lessons in developing fine motor skills, problem solving abilities, and peer relationships. This helps their curiosity in the working world and equips them with feelings of confidence and discovery.
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SewingGr. K-27/10 - 7/14$195$20Learn many skills from hand sewing to using a sewing machine. These skills include how to thread a needle, how make different decorative embroidery stitches, how to sewing machine works and how to make an item that you stuff and close up. You will make a decorative pillow for you bed and decorate a T-shirt with thread.The skills you learn include how to thread a needle, how make different decorative embroidery stitches, how to sewing machine works and how to make an item that you stuff and close up.
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Miniature WorldsGr. K-27/10 - 7/14$195$20Students will create detailed miniature worlds using papier mache, everyday/found objects, recyclables, and bits from nature. With imagination, a little glue & paint, and lots of odds and ends ; student miniaturists will build amazing worlds fit for Pokemon, Totoro, Borrowers and other fantastic beings.
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Pottery & CeramicsGr. 3-57/10 - 7/14$195$15Have fun creating with clay! In this exciting camp students will learn to manipulate clay to create functional and decorative pieces as well as create their own mosaic frames and trivets! They will experiment with different clay techniques that include slab construction, slump molds, etching designs, and adding textural elements to create bowls, vases, boxes and tiles! They will finalize their pieces with food-safe ceramic glazes and learn about the firing process. By the end of the session each student will have at least 6 finished ceramic and mosaic pieces to be proud of!
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GameBOTS - AdventureBOTSGr. 3-57/10 - 7/14$195NilAdventure Land! Join us as we follow the adventure trail with different robots add to the thrill of life! Drag the water skier and be careful of the bear and the wolf! Bungee jump with R-Bot and watch out for the scorpion's tail! Learn all about the fundamentals of mechanics like gears, levers, pulleys, cranks. Each team of two gets a computer and LEGO WeDo kit to learn with. Exclusive Curriculum with an emphasis on technology, engineering and programming. Onward ho!
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MinecraftGr. 3-57/10 - 7/14$195$10Minecraft is an open-world game that promotes creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving in an immersive environment where the only limit is their imagination. Minecraft Education edition will be used in the classroom with a lesson plan to guide your learner to learn as they play!
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Week 3Afternoon camps:
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Minecraft 1:00 - 4:00pmGr. 6-87/10 - 7/14$150$10Minecraft is an open-world game that promotes creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving in an immersive environment where the only limit is their imagination. Minecraft Education edition will be used in the classroom with a lesson plan to guide your learner to learn as they play!
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ARPD After care 12:30 - 5:30pmGr. K-57/10 - 7/14$136NilAfter Care with Alameda Recreation & Parks Dept. PLEASE NOTE this is for grades K-5 ONLY. It is only available to students who are enrolled in an AEF Summer Camp. ARPD will pick up the students at 12.30 pm and take them to Godfrey Park, 281 Beach Road, Bay Farm Island. Students will be transported to the park via a city-owned vehicle .Parents must pick up their child(ren) by 5.30pm .Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by ARPD.
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Spanish ONLY (3-5:30)Gr. K-57/10 - 7/14$80NilAfter care will be provided onsite for the students who attend the Spanish All Day Camps. This after care is for elementary students ONLY
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Week 4All day camp: 8:30am - 3:00pm
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Spanish Week 3Gr. K-5
7/17 - 7/21
$355$20Children are scientists by nature. They acquire a second language at their own pace when they are exposed to hands-on activities that are developmentally appropriate and interesting. Using the TPRS method students will learn Spanish while:

• using their imagination to build whatever they choose from an array of recycled materials.

• becoming inventors by tinkering with child-safe electric and non-electric items

• creating musical instruments, learning songs, dancing, cooking & baking foods from the Hispanic culture

• performing funny stories of their own creation.

• playing outdoors and using nature to create art projects

Every week, your child will take home something of their own creation
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Morning camps: 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Spanish Week 3Gr. K-5
7/17 - 7/21
$235$20Children are scientists by nature. They acquire a second language at their own pace when they are exposed to hands-on activities that are developmentally appropriate and interesting. Using the TPRS method students will learn Spanish while:

• using their imagination to build whatever they choose from an array of recycled materials.

• becoming inventors by tinkering with child-safe electric and non-electric items

• creating musical instruments, learning songs, dancing, cooking & baking foods from the Hispanic culture

• performing funny stories of their own creation.

• playing outdoors and using nature to create art projects

Every week, your child will take home something of their own creation
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STEM - AviationGr. K-2
7/17 - 7/21
$195$5This class is always a hit with the little ones. Each day, we’ll watch a different IMAX aviation related movie in the morning. They will make crafts like paper airplanes and helicopters more.

They will also learn to fly airplanes using the X-Plane flight simulator on Windows PC computers. They will learn to take off, fly patterns and land.
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Carpentry for "GIRLS ONLY"Gr. K-2
7/17 - 7/21
$195$20CARPENTRY for GIRLS ONLY!! Get ready to build! Learn the basics of construction as we build fun wooden projects together. GIRLS will learn basic woodworking safety as well as try their hand at hammering in nails, practicing with a screwdriver, sanding to a smooth finish, and staining and painting. These skills will be put to the test when students create their own birdhouses, toolboxes, tic tac toe boards and more.
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All Sports & Games Summer Camp
Gr. K-5
7/17 - 7/21
$195NilOne on One Sports provides a multitude of camps throughout the summer. This summer camp, One on One will be offering a fun filled few week of camp at Bay Farm Elementary. We are very excited and welcome your son or daughter to participate in skills, drills, one on one coaching, games, contest and prizes, this summer.

One on One camps provide experienced instructors who bring valuable knowledge and youthful enthusiasm to all sports. We challenge more advanced athletes and develop beginners. One on One is dedicated to the betterment of players of all ages and abilities. Campers will improve in the sports played and have tons of fun in a supportive, challenging and exciting environment. We look forward to working with your son or daughter!
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Cake & Cookie DecoratingGr. 3-5
7/17 - 7/21
$195$30Learn how to use frosting to make flowers and other decorations for cakes and cookies. We will be practicing all week making various types of decorations. On Friday everyone will be given their own mini cake to decorate and take home. This class includes a small decorating tip kit that you take home at the end of class.
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Makers CampGr. 3-5
7/17 - 7/21
$195$20Adventures in STEAM! In this camp students will be playing with robots, circuits, and engineering challenges. Students will engineer a cardboard city, transform into giant robots, and stomp their city into cardboard mulch.
This camp will bring out the "mad" inventor in anyone!
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Week 4Afternoon camps:
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Introduction to Arduino Programming
Gr. 6-8
7/17 - 7/21
$150$25This course will teach your student to program the Arduino Microcontroller using a variation of C/C++ and basic electronics. Students will learn to turn on and off lights, use switches and get information from sensors. Included in the class each student will get their own Arduino microcomputer, breadboard and small parts to keep.
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ARPD After care 12:30 - 5:30pm
Gr. K-5
7/17 - 7/21
$136NilAfter Care with Alameda Recreation & Parks Dept. PLEASE NOTE this is for grades K-5 ONLY. It is only available to students who are enrolled in an AEF Summer Camp. ARPD will pick up the students at 12.30 pm and take them to Godfrey Park, 281 Beach Road, Bay Farm Island. Students will be transported to the park via a city-owned vehicle .Parents must pick up their child(ren) by 5.30pm .Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by ARPD.
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Spanish ONLY (3-5:30)Gr. K-5
7/17 - 7/21
$80NilAfter care will be provided onsite for the students who attend the Spanish All Day Camps. This after care is for elementary students ONLY.
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Week 5
Morning camps: 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Sprouts Cooking ClubGr. K-2
7/24 - 7/28
$195$20It's going to be a delicious journey from ground to plate! Sprouts Chefs will be leading your aspiring chef on a culinary adventure into our own backyards! Your child will do everything hands-on, from prep work and cooking to tasting and sharing rheir cullinary creations with others! Our program integrates nutritional lessons with healthy cooking! What's on the menu? From pumpkin gnocchi to apple jam and homemade ricotta. Our culinary adventures will explore our own backyards to discover the season's best produce and be inspired by local flavors! We'll be cooking with Riverdog Farms produce and Straus dairy to play with the flavors and food culture of where we live and gain confidence to cook for family and friends! At the end of each class, every child will enjoy the recipe that they made and, if you're lucky, have some to take home to share! All skill levels welcome.

CHILDREN MUST PROVIDE THEIR OWN KIT BAG AND BRING IT TO THE FIRST DAY OF CAMP: 2 rags, Apron, Light-weight cutting board, Safety Knife, Vegetable peeler, a fork, spoon & plate
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Pokemon LegoGr. K-2
7/24 - 7/28
$195$15Get ready for an adventure in the world of Pokemon! Capture wild Pokemon creatures and train them for battle. Improve your accuracy and Power as you learn new moves and use special abilities. Tap into your inner engineer as we build Dratini, Pikachu, Poke Balls and more. Do you have what is takes to be a Pokemon Master? Join us and find out. Each camper gets a mini-figure to take home.
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Carpentry for 'BOYS ONLY"Gr. K-2
7/24 - 7/28
$195$20CARPENTRY for BOYS ONLY!! Get ready to build! Learn the basics of construction as we build fun wooden projects together. BOYS will learn basic woodworking safety as well as try their hand at hammering in nails, practicing with a screwdriver, sanding to a smooth finish, and staining and painting. These skills will be put to the test when students create their own birdhouses, toolboxes, tic tac toe boards and more.
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Guitar FUNdamentals CampGr. 1-5
7/24 - 7/28
$195$25
(Guitar rental $50 if required)
Guitar FUNdamentals offers a guitar camp that will spark your child's interest in music and playing guitar. This highly interactive camp will use the new state-of-the-art teaching curriculum "The Mars Jamzz" created by founder T D Clark. It boldly goes where no guitar instruction has gone before. Our Martians Bjorn, Brubar, Bebe and Stan walk you through each Note, Chord and Song in a fun filled atmosphere, an out-of-this-world experience for sure! This program will introduce the student to all the basics of playing guitar to set a solid foundation for the future Rockers they will become! Students will learn the parts of the guitar, basic chords and songs, basic sight-reading and more in a fun-filled atmosphere where they can succeed.

PLEASE NOTE: If you don't want to purchase your own guitar there is a $50 rental fee to use a guitar for the week that must be paid on the first day of camp.

Please email enrichment@alamedaeducation.org by July 17 if you need to rent a guitar and make checks payable to Guitar Fundamental.
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STEM: Android Mobile App Development
Gr. 3-5
7/24 - 7/28
$195$10Mobile applications are the future! Your student will use MIT App Inventor to learn Android application programming and app creation for mobile devices and tablets. Instead of learning a complex language of text-based coding, they will use a rapid application development (RAD) visual programming language based on Scratch. The simple graphical interface grants even an inexperienced novice the ability to create a basic, fully functional app within an hour or less.
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SewingGr. 3-5
7/24 - 7/28
$195$20Learn how to make your own stuffed animal. This class will show you how to decorate your stuffed animal with thread first and you will complete it on the sewing machine.
The skills you learn include how to thread a needle, how make different decorative embroidery stitches, how to sewing machine works and how to make an item that you stuff and close up.
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Movie MakingGr. 3-5
7/24 - 7/28
$195$20In this camp you'll come up with topics for short videos, storyboard them to determine what you'll need, and then get creating. Learn how to shoot great video footage to best tell your stories (use our shared class video cameras or bring in your own). Students will also learn the basics of video editing with fun projects such as claymation and stopmotion animation
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Week 5Afternoon camps:
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Android Mobile App Development            1:00 - 4:00pmGr. 6-87/24 - 7/28$150$10Mobile applications are the future! Your student will use MIT App Inventor to learn Android application programming and app creation for mobile devices and tablets. Instead of learning a complex language of text-based coding, they will use a rapid application development (RAD) visual programming language based on Scratch. The simple graphical interface grants even an inexperienced novice the ability to create a basic, fully functional app within an hour or less.
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ARPD After care 12:30 - 5:30pmGr. K-57/24 - 7/28$136NilAfter Care with Alameda Recreation & Parks Dept. PLEASE NOTE this is for grades K-5 ONLY. It is only available to students who are enrolled in an AEF Summer Camp. ARPD will pick up the students at 12.30 pm and take them to Godfrey Park, 281 Beach Road, Bay Farm Island. Students will be transported to the park via a city-owned vehicle .Parents must pick up their child(ren) by 5.30pm .Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by ARPD.
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