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All camps and after care located at Otis School - 3010 Fillmore St, Alameda CA 94501
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Registration Opens: February 27, 2020 @ 9:30am - AlamedaEducation.org
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Program NameProvider/InstructorGrade Levels (completed 2019-2020 school year)Time*Early Bird PricingMaterials FeeDescription
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WEEK 1 - June 22 - 26, 2020
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All Day Camp - 8:30am - 3:00pm
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Week 1Spanish All Day - "Español Para Crecer"
Lina RubioK - 58:30 AM - 3:00 PM$355$30At Español para Crecer camp students will develop their skills in Spanish using the Comprehensible Input method, This is a proven methodology that has been used for the last four decades. Activities will include Total Physical Response (TPR), Storytelling (using high frequency words and cognates). Movie-talk, songs and games. Students will be exposed to vocabulary and expressions that focus on conversational skills.

Students will also learn the cultures of the different Spanish-speaking countries.
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Morning Camps - 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Week 1Spanish Half - "Español Para Crecer"
Lina RubioK - 58:30 AM - 12:30 PM$235$30At Español para Crecer camp students will develop their skills in Spanish using the Comprehensible Input method, This is a proven methodology that has been used for the last four decades. Activities will include Total Physical Response (TPR), Storytelling (using high frequency words and cognates). Movie-talk, songs and games. Students will be exposed to vocabulary and expressions that focus on conversational skills.

Students will also learn the cultures of the different Spanish-speaking countries.
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Week 1S.T.E.M. Pokemon LegoBricks 4 KidzK - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$20Get 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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Week 1All SportsOne on OneK - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195One on One will offer a fun filled week of camp at Otis Elementary. We are very excited to welcome your son or daughter to participate in skills, drills, one on one coaching and games 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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Week 1Adventures in Sculpting
Mandar Wagholikar
K - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$50Have fun and be inspired with Adventures in Sculpting this summer. We will use air dry clay and papier-mâché to create birds, animals, superheroes, movie characters and pretty much everything under the sun. Sculpting is great for developing visualization, & interpretive skills and can truly provide an outlet for self expression and problem solving.

In this new Summer Camp, Mandar, an award winning artist based in Alameda, will teach some basic skills of sculpting and modeling using his demo-based approach and one-on-one instruction.

See Mandar’s art MandarFineArt.Com. Check out the ‘Kids Corner’ for parent testimonials.
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Week 1S.T.E.M. Science ClubNexplore Inc.K - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$40The Science Club inspires kids to explore, experiment, and create! Students interact with fun Science Kits that enhance mechanical, artistic, and engineering skills, while encouraging them to act as inventors in their own right. Participants design and build machines such as hydraulic arms, Wiggle Bots and Wind Lift, they learn to harness energy to power race cars, and experiment with structural design. Plus, students can keep their inventions and proudly share their projects with family and friends. Our Science Club kits are fully aligned with NGS Standards.

To learn more please visit our website: www.nexploreusa.com
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Week 1Magic - Purple Wand CourseBay Area Magic
K - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM195$57Learn how to read people’s minds, make money appear out of nowhere and travel through time with a magic bandana - and so much more.

Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top secret file folder, and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in the online video vault. The materials are of the highest quality and made specifically for this course and the video vault alone is a value of $99, which students will have lifetime access to!

This program builds self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way!

Students who have previously taken only one Purple Wand semester during the school year can complete their studies this summer.
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Week 1S.T.E.M. Computer Science FundamentalsMichael Wesley2 - 48:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$5Computer Science fosters creativity and teaches students critical thinking skills to become proactive learners, so elementary school is the ideal time for students to be introduced to CS. Your student will be introduced to Computer Science and block programming using CODE.ORG. This course includes watching Wreck It Ralph which presents technology in a fun and exciting way.
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Week 1Cookie & Cake DecoratingRuth Tillman3 - 58:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$30Come play with icing and color. Decorate many different types of cookie shapes, learn how to make icing flowers and explore fun icing techniques that will make your cookies and cakes look outstanding
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Week 1Writing Exciting Stories "Truth & Fiction"
Heather MacLeod
4 - 78:30 AM - 12:30 PM$205$10When 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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Afternoon Camps/After Care
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Week 1S.T.E.M. Video Game ProgrammingMichael Wesley6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$150$5Kodu is a new visual programming language made specifically for creating games. It is designed to be accessible for children and enjoyable for anyone. The programming environment runs on Windows and the Xbox, allowing rapid design iteration using only a game controller for input.

The Kodu language provides specialized primitives derived from gaming scenarios. Programs are expressed in physical terms, using concepts like vision, hearing, and time to control character behavior.
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Week 1Cookie & Cake DecoratingRuth Tillman6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$150$30Come play with icing and color. Decorate many different types of cookie shapes, learn how to make icing flowers and explore fun icing techniques that will make your cookies and cakes look outstanding
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Week 1Karate Beginners/I/II/III (Tues/Thurs ONLY)
Anthony Corpuz
1 - 84:00 - 5:00 PM$175Wado 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. PLEASE NOTE: These class are for returning students only.
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Week 1Lunch Supervision FOR GR. 6-8
12:30-1:30pm
Alameda Education Foundation612:30 - 1:30 PM$50
Lunchtime supervision for 6-8th graders who are taking AEF Afternoon camps.

Students who attend morning and/or afternoon camps can register for the lunchtime care.
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Week 1Unplugged' with Miss Frances 12:30 - 5:30pm FOR GR. K-5Alameda Education FoundationK - 512:30 - 5:30 PM$155Students will have summer fun and stay “Unplugged” with Miss Frances. No electronics!!! Traditional board games, card games and jacks to name a few. And how about getting an early start on learning volleyball and track and field activities before going to middle school? This will be good old-fashioned summer fun! Frances Johnson, is a local Alamedan. She graduated from Lincoln Middle School and Alameda High School. She has worked for Alameda Rec & Parks Dept., been a Pop Warner Cheer Coach and has coached Middle School Volleyball for over 15 years. Frances has worked for Alameda Unified School District for 19 years and is currently the Health Clerk at Encinal High School. Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by AEF.
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Week 1Spanish After care 3:00 - 5:30pmAlameda Education FoundationK - 53:00 - 5:30 PM$80After care will be provided onsite for the students who attend the Spanish All Day Camps.
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WEEK 2 - June 29 - July 2, 2020 (No Camps July 3)
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Morning Camps - 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Week 2S.T.E.M. Computer Science for Early LearnersMichael WesleyK - 18:30 AM - 12:30 PM$160$5Computer Science fosters creativity and teaches students critical thinking skills to become proactive learners, so elementary school is the ideal time for students to be introduced to CS. Your student will be introduced to Computer Science and experience everything from how to use and hold a computer mouse through block programming using CODE.ORG. This course includes watching Wreck It Ralph which presents technology in a fun and exciting way.
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Week 2
'Maker" Artists: , Books, Pigments, Paints & Paper
Monica Le Master
K - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$160$20Maker Artist: Natural World
You may use paints and paper—but can you make your own? Maker artists can! In this singular camp experience, maker artists learn how to create paper, paint, brushes, eco prints, and more. Transforming pigments into paint, they'll discover how blue paint gets its blue. (Hint: There are more ways than one!) They'll play with paper pulp, forming not just paper, but pulp paintings and sculptures too. Maker artists will explore the outdoors to find botanical materials for their studies in natural dye and eco printing. Newly learned skills will culminate in a one-of-a-kind, hand-bound artist book.
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Week 2Yoga & Mindful Arts
Bernadette Whitman
K - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$160$20Mindful Arts Art tells a story of what it takes to be present in the moment. "Mindful Art" allows students to be aware of and express their moods, thoughts, and surroundings through artwork and movement. This class will explore movements and mindfulness through a Yoga practice. Students will learn about yoga through dance, songs, and art projects they create. Mindful Arts gives students a rounded opportunity to practice and represent themselves through movement, arts and crafts
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Week 2Guitar FUNdamentalsMars Jamzz3 - 68:30 AM - 12:30 PM$160$30Guitar 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 $30 rental fee to use a guitar for the week that must be paid on the first day of camp.

Please email higher1@gmail.com by June 26 if you need to rent a guitar and make checks payable to Guitar Fundamental.
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Week 2S.T.E.A.M. Movie Making 'Science Fair'John Sanchez4 - 68:30 AM - 12:30 PM$160$20Does your child enjoy science? Does he or she want to learn how to make movies? This camp is a perfect combination of both! Students will create experiments and along the way learn the movie making process – write the scripts, direct the scenes, shoot and edit the video. Each student will come away with at least one keepsake video.
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Week 2S.T.E.M. Slime AdventuresPhotoMathK - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$160$15This is a fun way to introduce the Phases of Matter to students using Slime. For the younger kids Slime is a fantastic tool for sensory play, and to develop fine motor strength. Students learn to differentiate between Non-Newtonian Liquids, mixtures, and suspensions. One question we ask kids is Slime a liquid or a solid? Learning measuring techniques and lessons in chemical reactions, students create a slime journal as they have a fun learning experience in Science. Students explore Magnetic slime, Radioactive-Looking Slime, Glow in the Dark Slime, Thermochromic Color Change Slime, Floam, Edible Blood Slime (It Glows!) and Glitter Slime.
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Week 2Artist's Studio
Heather MacLeod
4 - 88:30 AM - 12:30 PM$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 2.
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Afternoon Camps/After Care
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Week 2S.T.E.M. Drone WizardsPhotoMath6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$120$18Photomath S.T.E.M. uses drones as a learning aid. Using them in a fun and meaningful way, where students can understand their links to real-world challenges. Drone help stimulates S.T.E.M. learning because they are a toy. Students engage in science, technology, engineering solutions, the concept of motion and more....

PhotoMath instructors scaffold the learning process of how to fly. We start with a small handheld drone and slowly graduate to remote control drones, obstacle courses then onto flying larger drones with cameras to take pictures.

PhotoMath's Drone Wizards gives kids an opportunity to use technology in a fun learning environment after school or in our summer camps.

Activities include: Flying; learning the science of drone; drone technology; drone coding ;creating obstacle courses
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Week 2S.T.E.A.M. Movie Making 'Kid Story'John Sanchez6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$120$20Every kid has a story to tell! In this camp kids spin their story and make a movie out of it! Along the way students learn the movie making process – write the scripts, direct the scenes, shoot and edit the video. Each student will come away with at least one keepsake video.
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Week 2Lunch Supervision FOR GR. 6-8
12:30-1:30pm
Alameda Education Foundation612:30 - 1:30 PM$40
Lunchtime supervision for 6-8th graders who are taking AEF Afternoon camps.

Students who attend morning and/or afternoon camps can register for the lunchtime care.
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Week 2Unplugged' with Miss Frances 12:30 - 5:30pm FOR GR. K-5Alameda Education FoundationK - 512:30 - 5:30 PM$135Students will have summer fun and stay “Unplugged” with Miss Frances. No electronics!!! Traditional board games, card games and jacks to name a few. And how about getting an early start on learning volleyball and track and field activities before going to middle school? This will be good old-fashioned summer fun! Frances Johnson, is a local Alamedan. She graduated from Lincoln Middle School and Alameda High School. She has worked for Alameda Rec & Parks Dept., been a Pop Warner Cheer Coach and has coached Middle School Volleyball for over 15 years. Frances has worked for Alameda Unified School District for 19 years and is currently the Health Clerk at Encinal High School. Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by AEF.
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WEEK 3 - July 6 - 10, 2020
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All Day Camp - 8:30am - 3:00pm
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Week 3Spanish Full Day - "Español Para Crecer"
Lina RubioK - 58:30 AM - 3:00 PM$355$30At Español para Crecer camp students will develop their skills in Spanish using the Comprehensible Input method, This is a proven methodology that has been used for the last four decades. Activities will include Total Physical Response (TPR), Storytelling (using high frequency words and cognates). Movie-talk, songs and games. Students will be exposed to vocabulary and expressions that focus on conversational skills.

Students will also learn the cultures of the different Spanish-speaking countries.
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Morning Camps - 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Week 3Spanish Half Day - "Español Para Crecer"
Lina RubioK - 58:30 AM - 12:30 PM$235$30At Español para Crecer camp students will develop their skills in Spanish using the Comprehensible Input method, This is a proven methodology that has been used for the last four decades. Activities will include Total Physical Response (TPR), Storytelling (using high frequency words and cognates). Movie-talk, songs and games. Students will be exposed to vocabulary and expressions that focus on conversational skills.

Students will also learn the cultures of the different Spanish-speaking countries.
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Week 3S.T.E.M. Video Game ProgrammingMichael Wesley3 - 58:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$5Kodu is a new visual programming language made specifically for creating games. It is designed to be accessible for children and enjoyable for anyone. The programming environment runs on Windows and the Xbox, allowing rapid design iteration using only a game controller for input.

The Kodu language provides specialized primitives derived from gaming scenarios. Programs are expressed in physical terms, using concepts like vision, hearing, and time to control character behavior.
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Week 3Quilt MakingRuth Tillman3 - 68:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$20Learn the basics of how a quilt is made. We will be starting with small quilts for a doll, wall hanging, or pillow. More advanced can also work on larger quilts that can be turned into a lap throw. Starting by piecing basic shapes such as squares and rectangles and then learning how a quilt is sandwiched and either tied or sewn together each student will come away from this class with a wonderful taste of the world of quilting.
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Week 3Sensory Sensitive Yoga
Bernadette Whitman
3 - 58:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$20Shine Yoga provides this class as an all-inclusive class for children with diverse needs.
Yoga teaches an important lesson of self-acceptance. Each of us is different and unique with our own set of needs, limitations and strengths. It is essential that children with diverse needs discover their own magnificence. Practicing Yoga allows them to experience their mind and body without judgement. The breathing aspects of yoga provide a physical calming message sent throughout the body. Relaxation techniques, visualizations and affirmations support self-regulation skills. Low impact exercise helps develop body awareness and improved range of motion.
This camp is specifically designed for students who benefit from smaller settings and less stimulation.*
Please note: if your student requires a para professional during the school year it is your responsibility to provide an appropriately trained adult during camp.
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Week 3S.T.E.M. Stop Motion AnimationPhotoMathK - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$10Claymation animation class is amazing! A project-based STEM activity that integrates
math and science in an art form. This class engages student’s 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 storyboard ideas, following the organized process of building the figures, creating set
designs then learning photography and computer technology
This is a perfect class 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, water cycle, gravity, land formations,
the solar system and more.

Newer students will learn the basics of putting an animation together through:
organizing their thoughts
creating storyboard ideas
following the organized process
building the figures
creating set designs
learning photography and computer technolog
This is a perfect class for hands-on learners and new technology enthusiasts!

Projects include students freestyle creative ideas, as well as more science-oriented projects dealing with the water cycle, gravity, land formations, the solar system and more.
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Week 3S.T.E.A.M. AcademyRachil Tam1 - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$25STEAM Academy has developed this program to help students dip their toes into the world of “Destination Imagination”. Students will spend the week working on a challenge. Challenges are geared to specific learning objectives. Students work in teams to solve the challenge. Challenges include technical, scientific, fine arts and improvisational tasks. At the end of the week students will present their challenge to an audience. This program has it all - STEAM activities, group work and performances! Come join the fun!
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Week 3Circus Arts
Fitness in Transit
K - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195Our Circus Arts Camp will include a ton of fun, exciting activities! Through games promoting hand-eye coordination, vocal and physical expression, students will be challenged to stretch their body and mind. Each class will start with a warm up, followed by elements of tumbling, juggling, skits and dramatic play. On top of all this fun, the teacher will incorporate aspects on gymnastics and partnering skills. At the end of our camp, students will put on a show for their families to show off what they have learned during the week! We can't wait to see you!
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Week 3Carpentry for Boys ONLY
Danielle ZornK - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$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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Week 3Painting & Directed DrawingCarla MartinezK - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$15If your child enjoys drawing and painting this is the camp for him/her! Join us to create step-by-step drawing directions to create pieces of art. We will experiment with a variety of media throughout the week including watercolors, acrylic paint. oil pastels, chalk, markers, and colored pencils. Your child will be part of a fun, encouraging environment, and will have the joy and satisfaction of completing exciting projects
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Week 3S.T.E.A.M. Movie Making "Kid Story"John Sanchez4 - 68:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$20Every kid has a story to tell! In this camp kids spin their story and make a movie out of it! Along the way students learn the movie making process – write the scripts, direct the scenes, shoot and edit the video. Each student will come away with at least one keepsake video.
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Afternoon Camps/After Care
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Week 3Quilt MakingRuth Tillman 6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$150$20Learn the basics of how a quilt is made. We will be starting with small quilts for a doll, wall hanging, or pillow. More advanced can also work on larger quilts that can be turned into a lap throw. Starting by piecing basic shapes such as squares and rectangles and then learning how a quilt is sandwiched and either tied or sewn together each student will come away from this class with a wonderful taste of the world of quilting.
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Week 3S.T.E.A.M. Movie Making 'Science Fair'John Sanchez6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$150$20Does your child enjoy science? Does he or she want to learn how to make movies? This camp is a perfect combination of both! Students will create experiments and along the way learn the movie making process – write the scripts, direct the scenes, shoot and edit the video. Each student will come away with at least one keepsake video.
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Week 3Lunch Supervision FOR GR. 6-8
12:30-1:30pm
Alameda Education Foundation612:30 - 1:30 PM$50
Lunchtime supervision for 6-8th graders who are taking AEF Afternoon camps.

Students who attend morning and/or afternoon camps can register for the lunchtime care.
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Week 3Unplugged' with Miss Frances 12:30 - 5:30pm FOR GR. K-5Alameda Education FoundationK - 512:30 - 5:30 PM$155Students will have summer fun and stay “Unplugged” with Miss Frances. No electronics!!! Traditional board games, card games and jacks to name a few. And how about getting an early start on learning volleyball and track and field activities before going to middle school? This will be good old-fashioned summer fun! Frances Johnson, is a local Alamedan. She graduated from Lincoln Middle School and Alameda High School. She has worked for Alameda Rec & Parks Dept., been a Pop Warner Cheer Coach and has coached Middle School Volleyball for over 15 years. Frances has worked for Alameda Unified School District for 19 years and is currently the Health Clerk at Encinal High School. Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by AEF.
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Week 3Spanish After care 3:00 - 5:30pmAlameda Education FoundationK - 53:00 - 5:30 PM$80After care will be provided onsite for the students who attend the Spanish All Day Camps.
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WEEK 4 July 13 - 17, 2020
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Morning Camps - 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Week 4S.T.E.M. TransformRBOTs
Tiny Techs Club
K - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195Let's Transform a Robot! Build a robot and then change it! From a Catapult to a GrumpyBird or a Monkey to a BattleAxe! Using the LEGO WeDO 1.0 kit and our own custom designs students are taught simple machine concepts like gears, pulleys, levers etc together with fundamental programming concepts like logic and sequencing. Each team of two is provided with a kit and a computer. Exclusive curriculum with emphasis on hands-on work, STEM concepts and fun with science!
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Week 4Oakland Youth Chorus 'Madcap Musical!'Oakland Youth ChorusK - 58:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$25Join the Oakland Youth Chorus for a whirlwind summer musical revue as we take a world tour in song, dance and art before we perform on the last day of camp! No prior singing, dance or instrument experience is necessary, and we will work in an ensemble to ensure every child has a lot of fun while being proud of their performance. Come sing, dance, create and act with new friends. Some at home rehearsal required. A performance will be held on the last day for family and friends
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Week 4
FUNdamentals of Drawing: 'Harry Potter’s Academy'
Young Rembrandts
K - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195Rembrandts’ Enchanted Academy Summer Art Workshop. Be prepared to be whisked away to an enchanted academy where nothing is as it seems. Experience the majesty of the great dining hall as our students illustrate a beautiful graphic. Amuse yourself in the not-so-ordinary life of the academy with a plethora of cartoon drawings. From drawing an enchanted forest to a day at the races with dragons, it’s nothing but fun in our classroom. The final day of the Enchanted Academy Workshop will introduce our students to pastel chalks as they create a whimsical drawing of a phoenix. No prior experience is needed.
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Week 4S.T.E.M. Minecraft Engineering using LEGO
Playwell TEKnologies
K - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO! Build a motorized walking Creeper, a terrifying Ghast, and a motorized Minecart! This project-based course, designed by Play-Well instructors, combines the basic format of our core engineering-themed programs based on the world of Minecraft. Students will explore real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while building their favorite Minecraft objects. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO.
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Week 4Carpentry for Girls ONLYDanielle ZornK - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$20CARPENTRY for GIRLS 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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Week 4S.T.E.M. Text-Based CodingMichael Wesley4 - 68:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$5Small Basic is the only programming language created specially to help students transition from block-based coding to text-based coding. By teaching the fundamental elements of syntax-based languages in an approachable manner, Small Basic gives students the skills and confidence to tackle more complex programming languages such as Java and C#. You can also build applications for Kinect, Lego Mindstorm, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Oculus Rift, and more using Small Basic.
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Week 4S.T.E.M. Drone WizardsPhotoMath4 - 68:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$18"Photomath S.T.E.M. uses drones as a learning aid. Using them in a fun and meaningful way, where students can understand their links to real-world challenges. Drone help stimulates S.T.E.M. learning because they are a toy. Students engage in science, technology, engineering solutions, the concept of motion and more....
PhotoMath instructors scaffold the learning process of how to fly. We start with a small handheld drone and slowly graduate to remote control drones, obstacle courses then onto flying larger drones with cameras to take pictures.

PhotoMath's Drone Wizards gives kids an opportunity to use technology in a fun learning environment after school or in our summer camps.

Activities include: Flying; learning the science of drone; drone technology; drone coding ;creating obstacle courses"
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Week 4Yarn Arts: Crochet/Knitting/FeltingRuth Tillman3 - 68:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$20Explore yarn fun in this class. Learn how to knit and crochet or if you know already learn more techniques and how to read patterns. Make fun pom pom animals. Use different yarns to weave a wall hanging art piece.
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Afternoon Camps/After Care
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Week 4S.T.E.M. Text-Based CodingMichael Wesley6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$150$5Small Basic is the only programming language created specially to help students transition from block-based coding to text-based coding. By teaching the fundamental elements of syntax-based languages in an approachable manner, Small Basic gives students the skills and confidence to tackle more complex programming languages such as Java and C#. You can also build applications for Kinect, Lego Mindstorm, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, Oculus Rift, and more using Small Basic.
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Week 4Yarn Arts: Crochet/Knitting/FeltingRuth Tillman6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$150$20Explore yarn fun in this class. Learn how to knit and crochet or if you know already learn more techniques and how to read patterns. Make fun pom pom animals. Use different yarns to weave a wall hanging art piece.
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Week 4Lunch Supervision FOR GR. 6-8
12:30-1:30pm
Alameda Education Foundation612:30 - 1:30 PM$50Lunchtime supervision for 6-8th graders who are taking AEF Afternoon camps.

Students who attend morning and/or afternoon camps can register for the lunchtime care.
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Week 4Unplugged' with Miss Frances 12:30 - 5:30pm FOR GR. K-5Alameda Education FoundationK - 512:30 - 5:30 PM$155Students will have summer fun and stay “Unplugged” with Miss Frances. No electronics!!! Traditional board games, card games and jacks to name a few. And how about getting an early start on learning volleyball and track and field activities before going to middle school? This will be good old-fashioned summer fun! Frances Johnson, is a local Alamedan. She graduated from Lincoln Middle School and Alameda High School. She has worked for Alameda Rec & Parks Dept., been a Pop Warner Cheer Coach and has coached Middle School Volleyball for over 15 years. Frances has worked for Alameda Unified School District for 19 years and is currently the Health Clerk at Encinal High School. Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by AEF.
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WEEK 5 July 20 - 24, 2020
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Morning Camps - 8:30am - 12:30pm
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Week 5Fiber Arts: Sewing, Crossstich & WeavingCarla MartinezK - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$15Learn to thread a needle, tie a knot, weave, and stitch projects using burlap, felt, fabric, yarn, and paper. Make pouches, purses, potholders, and more!
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Week 5PotteryDanielle ZornK - 38:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$15Have fun creating with clay! In this exciting camp students will learn to manipulate clay to create functional decorative pieces! 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.
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Week 53 O'Clock Rock3 0'Clock RockK - 28:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195Welcome to 3 O'Clock Rock! We start bands, play shows, make records and go on Tour!
This coming Winter students from all over the Bay Area will write songs about their Favorite Shows and Movies, Comics and More!

Students will:
• learn the basics on drums, guitar, bass, keyboards, and vocals
• learn the Natural and Blue scales on guitar, bass and keyboards.
• learn complete songs, and write an original song
• record their song(s) for release on 3 O'Clock Rock Records!
• play a show at the Pacific Pinball Museum (Date: TBA)
• students may also help prepare for their release by drawing show posters & album artwork. They will contribute artwork & comics to the 3 O'Clock Rock Fanzine!

INTRUMENTS ARE NOT PROVIDED: If you wish to rent an instrument please contact Billy Ribak by July 17 @ 3oclockrock.com@gmail.com. The fee is $75 and is payable directly to 3 O’Clock Rock.
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Week 53 O'Clock Rock3 0'Clock Rock3 - 58:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195Welcome to 3 O'Clock Rock! We start bands, play shows, make records and go on Tour!
This coming Winter students from all over the Bay Area will write songs about their Favorite Shows and Movies, Comics and More!

Students will:
• learn the basics on drums, guitar, bass, keyboards, and vocals
• learn the Natural and Blue scales on guitar, bass and keyboards.
• learn complete songs, and write an original song
• record their song(s) for release on 3 O'Clock Rock Records!
• play a show at the Pacific Pinball Museum (Date: TBA)
• students may also help prepare for their release by drawing show posters & album artwork. They will contribute artwork & comics to the 3 O'Clock Rock Fanzine!

INTRUMENTS ARE NOT PROVIDED: If you wish to rent an instrument please contact Billy Ribak by July 17 @ 3oclockrock.com@gmail.com. The fee is $75 and is payable directly to 3 O’Clock Rock.

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Week 5S.T.E.M. Firecracker Math
Firecracker Math
K - 28:30 AM - 12:30 PM$220$25The Firecracker Math program* offers students a broad variety of age-appropriate yet challenging math topics and activities and enhances their natural abilities and understanding of mathematics. Theoretical instructions are combined with practical exercises that employ games, hands-on experiments, magic tricks and puzzles to demonstrate mathematical concepts. At our math classes, we aim to show children that math can be incredibly creative, exciting, and fun. See Firecracker Math’s testimonials at www.firecrackermath.org
*The program is for children who have an interest or aptitude for math. It is not designed as remedial math.
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Week 5Magic - Purple Wand CourseBay Area Magic4 - 68:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$57"Learn how to read people’s minds, make money appear out of nowhere and travel through time with a magic bandana - and so much more.

Each lesson comes with a custom magic prop, a top secret file folder, and a secret word to unlock bonus videos in the online video vault. The materials are of the highest quality and made specifically for this course and the video vault alone is a value of $99, which students will have lifetime access to!

This program builds self-confidence and develops critical communication skills in a fun and unique way!

Students who have previously taken only one Purple Wand semester during the school year can complete their studies this summer."
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Week 5SewingRuth Tillman3 - 68:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$20You will enjoy learning the foundation skills of sewing that will last a lifetime. Students will choose from a number of kit projects developed by Ruth and begin with embroidering decorative stitches, learning how a simple pillow pattern is put together and ending with basic sewing machine skills. The kits are created to challenge a young new student through advanced students. Creative and fun!
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Week 5S.T.E.M. RobloxMichael Wesley3 - 58:30 AM - 12:30 PM$195$5Roblox Studio camp will introduce your student to Roblox Studio. If you can imagine it, you can create it using Roblox studio. Roblox Studio lets you create anything and release with one click to smartphones, tablets, desktops, consoles, and virtual reality devices. Each student will have their own laptop.
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Afternoon Camps/After Care
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Week 5SewingRuth Tillman6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$150$20You will enjoy learning the foundation skills of sewing that will last a lifetime. Students will choose from a number of kit projects developed by Ruth and begin with embroidering decorative stitches, learning how a simple pillow pattern is put together and ending with basic sewing machine skills. The kits are created to challenge a young new student through advanced students. Creative and fun!
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Week 5S.T.E.M. RobloxMichael Wesley6 - 81:30 - 4:30 PM$150$5Roblox Studio camp will introduce your student to Roblox Studio. If you can imagine it, you can create it using Roblox studio. Roblox Studio lets you create anything and release with one click to smartphones, tablets, desktops, consoles, and virtual reality devices. Each student will have their own laptop.
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Week 5Lunch Supervision FOR GR. 6-8
12:30-1:30pm
Alameda Education Foundation612:30 - 1:30 PM$50Lunchtime supervision for 6-8th graders who are taking AEF Afternoon camps.

Students who attend morning and/or afternoon camps can register for the lunchtime care.
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Week 5Unplugged' with Miss Frances 12:30 - 5:30pm FOR GR. K-5Alameda Education FoundationK - 512:30 - 5:30 PM$155Students will have summer fun and stay “Unplugged” with Miss Frances. No electronics!!! Traditional board games, card games and jacks to name a few. And how about getting an early start on learning volleyball and track and field activities before going to middle school? This will be good old-fashioned summer fun! Frances Johnson, is a local Alamedan. She graduated from Lincoln Middle School and Alameda High School. She has worked for Alameda Rec & Parks Dept., been a Pop Warner Cheer Coach and has coached Middle School Volleyball for over 15 years. Frances has worked for Alameda Unified School District for 19 years and is currently the Health Clerk at Encinal High School. Please note: Parents must be on time to pick up their children, or they will be charged $1/minute late fee by AEF.
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