Battle ground community ed offering plethora of camps this summer life victaulic t gasket

At this summer camp, children will build LEGO projects, use computers to program them to move, and explore the world of beginning computer coding and engineering through LEGOs. Campers will be challenged to work with partners to design, build and program their own models and watch them move. They will also have LEGO free builds, play outdoor tag games and more.

Star Wars, ages 7-12 at Battle Ground High School cafeteria, August 6-10, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., $191. Participants begin the week as Padawans who are preparing to begin their Jedi training. Throughout the week, these Padawans are challenged through daily Star Wars themed crafts, games, and other activities.

QuickStart Sports summer baseball camps will focus on various drills, exercises, competitions and games that are fun and will teach each player the necessary skills and fundamentals of baseball. Aspects of the game that will be focused on during the camp include: throwing, catching, hitting, fielding, running the bases and more. Additionally, campers will work on various agility exercises aimed to improve quickness and mobility.

This camp focuses on improving individual skills and technique through the use of a variety of progression drills and learning situations. Players are divided first by age and then by skill level to maximize the learning potential for each camper.

Suitable levels of skill and competition will be provided for girls ages 5-15. Incoming kindergarten through 6th grade will be taught the fundamentals of basketball. Incoming 7th through 9th grade will be given more competitive drills and scrimmages. Cage Camp coaches will include Lisa May, BGHS Head Girls Basketball Coach, as well as BGHS Girls Varsity Basketball Players.

Introduction to fly fishing. Ages 10 and up learn how and where to successfully fish local waters for trout, steelhead, salmon and sturgeon from local fishing guide Darrell Kirkpatrick. Fishing regulations, ecology, safety, ethics, location, seasons, tackle, bait, etiquette, casting, drifting, plunking and knot tying techniques will be the focus of the class. All materials and equipment provided.

Based on the show “Junior Chef,” students will work with four hidden ingredients, along with pantry ingredients to create an appetizer and a dessert. Chefs will have 40 minutes (for each dish) to prepare and plate their dishes for judges to evaluate. Chefs, you’re on your own in this class! Bring a healthy sack lunch, an apron, water bottle, and containers. Wear close-toed shoes for safety. Long hair must be tied back.

Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate! at Battle Ground High School: July 19, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., $51. Lead by Chef Susan. Students will learn the history of chocolate as they prepare a variety of old favorites and new recipes. Bring a healthy sack lunch, an apron, water bottle, and containers. Wear close-toed shoes for safety. Long hair must be tied back.

Dynamic Dinosaur Camp at Captain Strong Primary School, room 20: July 23-27, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., $12. Camper will explore the past with fun hands on activities like making fossils, followed by an archeological dig to find the fossils. They will learn how a volcano works and then will build a volcano and make it explode. The camp will feature singing, art, reading, eating and playing, all the Dino way. A week-long project making

Terrific Tactiles Camp at Captain Strong Primary School, room 20: July 30-August 3, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., $121. Each child will make and play with a new type of concoction every day. They will get messy, measure using math skills, and create with different accessories. Goop, Gak, funny putty, invisible ink, and paper machete, along with stories, songs, games and camp like fun.Junior Space Camp at Captain Strong Primary School, room 20: August 6-10, 9 a.m.-12.p.m., $12. Each day students will learn about the Solar system. They will explore the Moon, how its’ craters formed, the Moon’s phases and gravitational pull on our Earth. They will learn about the stars, their actual size, shape and energy. Through art, visuals, acting, reading, and play they will learn about the movement of stars and planets. They will compare and graph weight, and experiment with what gravity is like on other planets. Each child will make their own solar system, and create and name their own star, as well as bring home informative handouts on what we learned.

These lessons are designed for high school varsity-level players who want to improve their strokes, consistency, strategy, and fitness. They are geared toward students who have played high school tennis before and are looking to improve on already established skills. Drills are competitive and simulate match-style points that help build mental confidence.