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Miami Summer Camps 2010

June 1, 2010

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soccer kidsLooking for summer camps for your kids? Here are just some of the many activities that your kids can enjoy, offered by Miami-Dade County.

Most of the camps have a rolling registration, meaning you can sign your kids up at any point in the summer, for as long as many weeks as you would like, as long as you sign up a week prior. Camps are open daily from 9-5, with a 7:30 early drop off and a 6 pm late pick up.

The Fit To Play, Green It Up in the parks will teach kids to recycle, conservation and eco-friendly activities. It’s offered for kids ages 6-14 and they will participate in activities such as tennis, football, swimming and fencing. Part of the program involves a fitness and nutrition portion designed to help kids stay in shape.

For a comprehensive list of all the camps Miai-Dade County is offering this year, click here.

There are also many other summer camps offered throughout the county. Here are just a few…

Tennis_KidsRoyal Palm Tennis Camp: June 1- August 13. 9:30-3:30. Expert pros, including  former UM star Eric Hechtman, will teach kids everything from technique to match play.

Miami Museum of Science: June 21- August 13. For toddlers to young adults.

Miami Dolphins Summer Camp: June 21-25, June 28-July2, July 12-16, July 19-23. For kids ages 6-14. Meet current and past football players and cheerleaders.

University of Miami Camps: Everything from music and architecture to swimming and baseball.

Miami Seaquarium: June 14-August 10. Kids ages 5 and up. Campers will see all the shows and participate in arts and crafts activities, and will receive a water bottle and t-shirt.

Miami Heat Camp: Week-long sessions starting June 14. Boys and girls, ages 7-16. Kids receive instruction, guest speakers, lunch and prizes.

Shake a Leg Miami: June 21-August 6. Kids learn about ecology, boating skills, marine science, and natural history of Florida. Campers will kayak and sail Biscayne Bay.

These are just some of the many activities offered to your kids this summer. Sign up soon so don’t miss out on these great camps!

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