Single parent dating redding ridge connecticut
500 Make this summer a time of learning new skills while having loads of fun.
One, three and for-credit six week academic courses (grades 6-12).
Each class is 1.5 hours and limited to 10 children with caregiver.
Partial separation and 2-hour separation classes offered.
Kumon Locations throughout Connecticut (800) ABC-MATH (800-222-6284) This is the perfect time for your child to join Kumon Math and Reading program. Master Na’s Traditional Martial Arts School 2109 Summer Street Stamford, CT 06905 (203) 724-9592 Traditional Martial Arts Leadership Camp allows kids to learn important skills such as team work, confidence and self-defense. Various trips and outdoor activities will be incorporated. Staff maintains a balanced program of discovery learning and experiences filled with educational activities. Stamford Museum & Nature Center Summer Camp 39 Scofieldtown Road Stamford, CT 06903 (203) 322-1646 to teens will find half-day and full-day programs with a variety of themes, from exploring nature and the environment to arts and crafts and hands-on interaction with animals, both tame and wild, along with plenty of opportunity for outdoor fun on our spacious and bucolic 118-acre property.
Your child will develop problem solving skills in an individualized program that helps them become confident and independent self-learners. The camp will run for six weeks, from July 16th to August 24th from 9 a.m. Pumpkin Preschool Summer Program (800) DAY-CARE Pumpkin Preschool Summer Programs are available at all three locations: Fairfield (203-255-7505), Westport (203-226-1277) and Shelton (203-926-1800). Stepping Stones Museum for Children Camp 303 West Avenue Norwalk, CT 06850 (203) 899-0606 Campers, ages 5-8, will have a unique camp experience that’s also located at an award-winning children’s museum!
Cedar Point Yacht Club Junior Sailing 1 Bluff Point Westport, CT 06880 (203) 226-7441 Fun, active learn-to-sail and competitive racing program has kids ages 7-18, on the water developing friendships and leadership.Camp Invention’s all-new summer program, Fast Forward, allows children in grades K-6 to turn their wildest dreams into a reality.Campers will create a vehicle of the future, design a mechanical robot dog.Visit an organic farm and get hands-on, bringing back the bounty to make lunch with the chefs.Campers explore the natural world through environmental science and art.