Dripping Springs ISD + Summer =
Camps for Every Kid!
There’s a wide range of activities for every kid this summer at the Dripping Springs ISD camps. Check the website for a list of dates, times, prices and requirements or call 512.858.3021.
Feed the inner Picasso, Mozart or Shakespeare in your child with any of the DSISD summer arts camps. The Young Rembrandts program (ages 6-12) will draw inspiration from Anime & Dinosaur Cartoons using a variety of cartoon techniques to humanize some dinosaurs as characters. Little potters will have Fun with Clay (grades 1-5) as they pinch, coil and pound the medium into bowls, mugs and creatures. Summer Craft Camp (ages 3-5) will offer a variety a crafts... decorative clipboards, yarn cats, embossed note cards, photo albums, and more. Abrakadoodle offers two very unique camps this year: Young Rembrandts - Fashion Runway: Royal Princesses (ages 6-12) will give every girl who dreams of being a princess a “Medieval Fashion” Workshop. Join us for 4 days of beautiful
medieval pageantry, and Splash N' Splat Art Camp (ages 5-12) is the artistic version of a beach party with crafts that create a tropical paradise.
Acrobats and dancers can learn to leap, twirl and cheer at one of several camps this year: Cheer Camp (grades K-6), Little Stepper Camp (grades K-5) or Hi-Stepper Jazz Camp (grades 6-9).
Camps are available for athletes of all ages and interests. If your little athlete longs to make the winning touchdown, slam dunk the ball during the last few seconds of the game or inspire the team, the sports camps will get them started on the road to high school stardom — choose from Football Skills & Drills, Basketball Camp or Dance and Cheer Camp. Can't decide? The Multi Sports Camp include drills and games in football, basketball, soccer and more. The Bob Schultz "Let it Fly" Quarterback Camp (grades 5-6) is where aspiring players will receive individualized instruction in the techniques college and NFL players use and the Bob Schultz HS Strength and Agility Camp (grades 9-12) can help build the skills kids need for a successful football season. Football Mini-Camp (grades 7-9) will prepare future football team members for the fall, and Tiger Football Camp (grades 2-6) is for younger kids who have gridiron aspirations.The Beat Football Skills and Drills Camp (ages 5-14) will give campers individual and team instruction on both offense and defense, and Tiger Conditioning Camp (grades 6-12) is available for athletes who need to stay in top shape.
Tennis Camp for Beginners & Intermediate Players will be available for everyone: those new to the sport and competitive players. All Skills Volleyball Camp (grades 5-6) is physically demanding exercises in the most critical skills. Younger girls can learn volleyball fundamentals at Little Spikers Train & Play (grades 1-4), and more advanced players can attend Volleyball Pre-Season Training Camp (grades 7-8) or Lady Tiger Pre-Season Camp (incoming freshmen). All-Star Baseball Skills Camp (grades 2-7) is a fun way to learn the fundamentals while All-Star Baseball Pitchers School (grades 2-7) provides focused instruction on the mechanics and techniques essential for first-rate pitching. Tiger Hoops (grades 2-9) is a fun-filled basketball course that also serves as a team-building experience for both boys and girls. Tiger Soccer Camp (grades K-6) is a good way for newbies and seasoned players to learn skills and improve their game, while Advanced Soccer Camp (grades 7-9) helps players who want to prepare for a place on the Dripping Springs HS Soccer Team. British Soccer Camp (ages 3-16) includes coaching from international players, as well as the "Camp World Cup Tournament." Kids who want to hit the links can go to Swing into Summer! - Golf Camp (grades K-6) for swing fundamentals, lessons in etiquette and rules of the game.
There are lots of ways for campers to improve their academic skills this summer. Authors will get a jump start on writing skills and develop creativity at I Am An Author: Writer's Workshop (grades 1-2). Readers will love Fun Summer Book Club (grades 3-5) where campers will read a variety of books using iPad iBooks, laptop ebooks, and traditional paper books. Fun with Books: Reading Workshop (grades K-1) is designed to bring authors and books alive for the young student. Activities will include favorite author studies, crafts, book "treasures", as well as instruction on story elements and beginning reading skills. And if one language isn't enough, Passport to Spanish Fun! (grades 1-5) will use games, art and food to teach kids the basics as they pretend travel to Mexico, Spain, Peru, Costa Rica and Panama.
Science and math aren't just textbooks and equations, and introducing kids to the fun side of academics can lay the foundation for a lifetime of interest in the way the world works. Weird and Wacky Science (grades1-2) demonstrates the scientific process with hands-on experiments, and Math on iPads (grades 3-5) sets the stage for future success with hands-on math games, applications, problem solving, and critical math reasoning. Thinking Outside the Box: We Do Robotics (ages 7-11) is a camp that lets older kids apply their science and math skills in hands-on technology experiments. The Animal Lovers Safari (grades 1-2) explores the world of animals with books, crafts and activities.
Learning to Grow
Is there a future chef lurking in your kitchen? Cook, Learn, Grow! (grades K-5) will give aspiring Emerils a chance to hone their culinary skills. Pass the Manners Please (grades 4-6), puts a spotlight on good manners and etiquette through rollplay,
games, and fun activities. Fun 'round Austin (grades 2-5) is a tour of local "fun spots" that includes some seriously cool activities. Little folks can prepare for school at Kinder Advantage and Kinder Kamp, designed to get incoming students familiar with teachers and the classroom setting.