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Club Scientific Dallas

Club Scientific Dallas introduces children to the mysteries of science through hands-on, engaging, make-and-take projects & experiments.

Our mission is to get children excited about science and technology by providing a nurturing and educational environment which allows them to develop the science process skills necessary to become productive citizens for the 21st century! We believe that science was NEVER this much fun!

Imagine a day camp that is designed to offer children a choice of many different science themes. Themes which include experiments and projects in Video Game Creation, Robotics, Veterinary Medicine, Crime Scene Investigation, Culinary Science, Paleontology, Engineering,...

Charis Hills

Charis Hills is a special needs, recreational summer camp helping children with learning differences build confidence and find success. We serve campers ages 7-18. We welcome campers with ADHD, Learning Disabilities, speech/language and hearing impairment, emotional/behavioral challenges including high functioning Autism and Asperger's. Camp is a great place to teach social skills. Campers also receive academic instruction for one activity period each day. Located one hour from the DFW area.

Pinebrook Farms Summer Horsemanship Camp

We have conducted Summer Horsemanship Camps at Pinebrook Farms since 1975. The goal of our co-educational, resident camps is for youngsters to safely learn good horsemanship, while having a great time in a family oriented atmosphere. Activities and programs also teach responsibility, cooperation, courage and self-esteem. The camp is licensed by the Texas Department of Health, and its horsemanship program has been approved, and site accredited by CHA, Certified Horsemanship Association. Every year, since 1998, Pinebrook Farms has received a Certificate of Award for Safety by the North American Horseman's Association.

Heart O' the Hills Camp

Healthy atmosphere. We learned at conference that the average American youth spends 6 to 8 hours a day in front of a screen, whether the screen is a computer, television, or cell phone. By leaving electronics unplugged, camp allows girls to move more. We eat healthy meals, snack little, walk a lot, run, laugh and play.

Engage all senses We do our best learning not when we sit and listen, but when all the senses are engaged. At camp we don't just listen, we DO. That stimulus rich environment is the best for soaking it all up!

Authentic role models Not movie...

Camp LIFE

  • Burton, TX U.S.A.

Camp Conquer

  • Anna, TX U.S.A.

Camp Kiowa

  • Denton, TX U.S.A.

Texas Lions Camp

  • Kerrville, TX U.S.A.

Great Kitchen Mystery (The)

  • Sugar Land, TX U.S.A.

Great Gluten Escape Camp

  • Gilmer, TX U.S.A.

Ranch Camp

  • Elgin, TX U.S.A.

Camp Periwinkle

  • Houston, TX U.S.A.

Camp John Marc

  • Dallas, TX U.S.A.

Camp For All

  • Burton, TX U.S.A.

Camp Summit

  • Argyle, TX U.S.A.

Camp CAMP

  • Center Point, TX U.S.A.

Excel Academy of Texas

  • Conroe, TX U.S.A.

Marbridge Summer Camp

  • Manchaca, TX U.S.A.

Camp Sweeney

  • Gainesville, TX U.S.A.

Camp Courageous/Camp Bravo

  • El Paso, TX U.S.A.

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