KidScope: Summer Survival

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  • Boone County

    Summer camps for kids ages 6 - 18.

  • Boone County

    Summer day camp run by Columbia Parks and Rec, emphasizing outdoor living skills and awareness of nature and the environment.

  • Boone County

    A week-long science-focused program for children entering grades one through six. Program at Mill Creek or Columbia Independent School.

  • Callaway County

    An academic summer program for gifted students in grades 3 through 9, housed on the campus of William Woods in Fulton

  • Boone County
    Week-long courses for kids ages 10-15 on topics ranging from film-making and art to rocket-building and animal care.
  • Boone County

    Week-long summer camps providing art instruction in a fun environment for kids and tweens.

  • Boone County

    Summer school programs for pre-k through 12th grade, including music, enrichment, and English language learner programs.

  • Boone County

    A three-week camp for ages 8 and up, focusing on ballet, jazz, tap, modern, hip-hop, character and musical theatre.

  • Regional/Statewide
    Residential and non-residential programs for gifted children, pre-K through grade 12, provided through the university's Center for Gifted Education.
  • Boone County

    At Douglass Park, healthy free lunches and enrichment programs provided by groups such as the Daniel Boone Regional Library, Girl Scouts, TRYPS and more.

  • Boone County

    A summer academy for school-aged kids, including structured academic, social, health and vocational mentoring programs.

  • Boone County
    Kids in grades 2-9 learn about science, engineering and communication by building and programming robots using LEGO NXT.
  • Boone County

    Summer camps providing intensive instruction in a variety of sports including baseball, basketball, diving, soccer, swimming, volleyball and wrestling.

  • Boone County

    Creative camps in performance, dance and more.

  • Boone County
    A week-long science enrichment program for students ages 6-11, which provides hands-on and inquiry-based experiences on different science-related topics each summer.
  • Boone County

    Classes in horseback riding, horse care and safety for ages 8 and up.

  • Boone County
    Weekly sessions of art classes for kids in grades 1-8, sponsored by the MSA/GPC Craft Studio at the University of Missouri.
  • Boone County
    Kids 12 and older learn about different college majors and career opportunities at camps administered by MU Extension and the 4-H Center for Youth Development.
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