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Have you ever wanted to be a real scientist? In this course, students will become a real silly scientist...and will love doing it! Students will be making the messiest, gooiest science experiments around and they will be learning the process of science while doing it! They will be making crazy cups, jumping beans, slimy slime, lava lamps and much more! Come prepared to experience science in a way you never have before, and maybe even create an explosion or two!
Battle Games is a fun and competitive camp where students compete in teams against each other in games like Laser Tag, Trampoline Dodgeball and gym or field games. This camp is led by the legendary Battlegamer Chris Wandzura aka Sir Angus McWandzura. Please note that this camp involves field trips to the Extreme Airpark and Planet Lazer.
Breakers Elite Basketball is for athletes who have played basketball for more than 3 years and are wanting to expand their strategy and skills through games and tournament play. You will play 1 on 1, 3 on 3, 5 on 5 and learn how to win in each of these formats. There will be tons of competitions and prizes. You won’t want to miss out!
Students will work together to learn how to make their own movies, consisting of everything from screenplay writing, storyboarding, filming, directing and editing!
After a full class last year, kitchen creations is back with a twist!
Every day you will get the chance of creating some neat dishes. This year we going to focus on our own neighborhood. Food across North America and Mexico! We will put a twist in every food item we prepare. In this class, you will learn how we can make the same high quality nutritious food that you pay lots of money for in restaurants, at home, and it all starts in Chef Nimmi’s kitchen. We will learn how to things like Grilled chicken with sautéed vegetables and mashed potato, Penne Alfredo, Berry and Cheesecake Crepes, Tacos, and your creative version of a cute Poke bowl. You will get to keep the recipes and indulge in some yummy food. Everything is made in house and is made fresh.
Do you like water slides, games and slip in slides? Then Fun in the Sun is the place for you! Throughout the week you will get to participate in various group games, enjoy our 2 jumbo slides and go for a ride on our giant slip and slide.
This is an introduction to volleyball for grades 3-5. Learn bumping, setting, and spiking, all while having a ton of fun! No experience necessary. Come ready to try a new sport!
Open to all athletes who want to learn about basketball and have fun playing games. There will be mini-competitions, skills practice, and we will finish with games every day. You will love this camp!
In this course, students will have the opportunity to use Adobe After Effects to create a variety of special effects. From creating lightsabers, to adding fog, rain, or snow to change the weather of a scene, to crafting intricate opening credit sequences, students will learn the power of post-production in filmmaking.
Note: While this course is targeted toward campers who already have some editing experience, it will be made accessible and fun for all involved!
Extreme Battle Games is a fun and competitive camp where students compete in teams against each other in games like Laser Tag, Paintballing, Trampoline Dodgeball and gym or field games. This camp is led by the legendary Battlegamer Chris Wandzura aka Sir Angus McWandzura. Please note that this camp involves field trips to the Extreme Airpark, Planet Lazer, and Delta Force Paintballing.
Working with basic hand tools, students will create a camping stool that they will be able to use this summer whether they’re sitting around in their own back yard or taking it with them camping.
Come stay active in the summer while having fun doing it! Students will create memories through dance, arts and crafts, games and theatre activities. They will gain strength and flexibility, coordination and balance. They will work towards a routine to showcase at the end of the week!
Get groovy with this high-energy hip hop dance camp that will have you movin’ to the beats! Students will gain confidence, develop creativity, work on musicality while letting loose. They will work towards a routine to showcase at the end of the week!
Do you love to code? Whether you are a beginner or an expert at coding, come and play with Dash this summer! The robot with personality makes learning fun! Program Dash to navigate obstacle courses, play the xylophone, and launch balls to hit targets. Tap into your creativity and learn new skills while working through a variety of challenge levels.
This course teaches a basic to advanced level of robotic assemblies, from level 1-6 and mechanical coding to operate the robots. With our own robotic kits and coding software, students engage 1 modules to build and code in each level. Our robotic and coding programs help the students to build fine motor skills, develop problem solving skills, and understand in simple mechanical parts, electrical circuits and bloc-coding-languages.
Who likes chocolates, cakes, and sweet delight?
This is an introductory course to Pastry Art. Take a sweet journey with Chef Nimmi as she teaches you a world of sugar and delight. By the end of the week, we will set up our very own bistro and maybe even sell a couple things to our friends at PACE. Each day you will get the chance of creating something new and then pairing it with a caffeine free tea. Everything in this course is hands on and requires time and patience, but do not worry Chef Nimmi and her culinary pace helpers will be there to help you. You will learn both sweet and savory patisseries from cool places in the world like Spain, India, Egypt, France, Belgium, and Germany. Everything is made in house and is made fresh. You get to keep your recipe and fill your goodie box with some awesome treats!
We will make sweet French delights like German fruit tart ( yes with homemade glaze), Assorted Mousse cakes, Quiche, Churros from Spain with a chocolate and Vanilla cream dipping sauce, Assorted chocolate Truffles, Beef Samosas with chutney. If you like treats, this will be a fun class. You get to keep the recipes and of course take home.
Do you like to create new things? Are you a foodie? Want to learn some cool life skills?
Well, look no further! This is an introductory course to Cooking. Chef Nimmi will teach you how to chop, create and cook a variety of foods and especially foods that you like. We will learn how to make Pizza, Burgers with fries, Pasta with meatballs, Pork Lettuce wraps with your very own created dipping sauce, and a create it and serve dish. This is a fun class and a basic introduction to a kitchen. All the recipes will be provided and you get to cook your food and take it home. Everything will be made in house. This is a junior level course.
Have you ever wished a potato was a drum? What if you could use a banana to drive a car? Or draw a picture and hear the song it sings?
Come and learn coding and make your own potato drums, banana pianos and much more!
Do you ever wish you could make a toy? Is your name spelled wrong on every key chain in the store?If you can imagine it, you can make it! Come and bring your designs into the real world. Time to explore and be creative!
The Babysitting Course and Stay Safe! Program are Red Cross courses taught by a certified Youth Leader that will equip young youth to stay safe while independently caring for themselves and other children. “The Babysitting course, refreshed and revised, now has a greater emphasis on First Aid skills. The Canadian Red Cross Babysitting course covers everything from managing difficult behaviors to essential content on leadership and professional conduct as a babysitter. Babysitting promises to deepen and enhance the responsibility that older youth feel when caring for younger children.
*Please note, the campers will be assessed by the instructor at the end of the week to show their proficiency in the skills they learned and at the instructor’s discretion be awarded certification through the Red Cross in both the Babysitting Course and Stay Safe! *Missing one of the days may result in the child not being able to pass the course. The Red Cross requires that each participant receive the full instructional time.
Learn how to create beautifully detailed art pieces using thin strips of paper! Roll, shape and glue! It is that simple and anyone can do it! Work on projects that interest you and work at your own pace. If you have quilled before you will be ready to learn more advanced techniques!
Clay, one of God’s wonderful creations, has been used since ancient times to create functional as well as artistic pieces. From Greek pottery to modern figurines, clay is an expression of our thoughts, beliefs, culture and heart. Clayworks level 1 is a slower paced, easy project, introduction to working with different types of clays to sculpt and mould. Participants will also have the opportunity to glaze their projects. On the last day, we will be making playdough from scratch in the foods room. Project pick up will be the Tuesday after the camp has ended.
Digital Photography: Do you like to take pictures but would like to get more creative with your camera? This camp will cover equipment, basic settings, composition and light. We will be taking a field trip to Fort Langley where photo ops are around every corner. Students need to bring a camera; any camera will do, but a digital point-and-shoot or DSLR camera is recommended.
Photobook Design: Does your family gather around the computer to look at vacation photos? Are all your photos still in digital form? Wouldn’t it be terrific to have a custom-made photo album, designed by YOU, on your coffee table for everyone to enjoy? In this course, we are going to create and publish digital press-printed photo albums. You will learn about design, colour theme, font styles and most-importantly, story-telling. Your friends and family will be astounded when they discover that you made it yourself! Choose a theme such as a birthday party, a family vacation, your friends, or even the pictures that you take in this camp. All the tools, teaching and software that you need will be provided. Please bring digital photos on a USB drive. The photo albums will be sent to be printed and will be available to pick up at the school office in August.
Introduction to woodworking using hand tools only. Learn how to work simply with sandpaper, a coping saw and a hammer! Students will create a basic box that they will be able to use for storing small items at home or school.
*Do not register for this if you have had Woodworking in Grade 3 with Mr. Ufimtseff)
Learn to play badminton in a fun and safe environment. We will start with the basics, have lots of practice time and end with a round robin tournament. Come out with your great attitude—ready to have fun and compete!
Do you love creating stories and would like to learn how to make movies? Claymation, also known as Stop Motion Animation, brings clay figurines and other toys to life using photography and computer software. We will be using the very software used by the animators who made Chicken Run, Pirates! Band of Misfits, and the Lego Movie to bring your sculptures and toys to life! This course is a chance of a lifetime to try professional software and put your creative skills to the test! Participants are welcome to bring a USB device in order to take their work home at the end of the week.
Come let your creative juices flow and try your hand at painting using an assortment of paints such as water colours, fabric paints, acrylics, face paints and oils on a variety of surfaces. We’ll make masterpieces all week long. Let’s get some splatter on!
PLEASE NOTE that most of the paints are not washable so dress accordingly. It is also helpful to bring your own pencil case with your favourite pencils, eraser, scissors etc.
Clay, one of God’s wonderful creations, has been used since ancient times to create functional as well as artistic pieces. From Greek pottery to modern figurines, clay is an expression of our thoughts, beliefs, culture and heart. Clayworks level 2 picks up where 1 leaves off, refreshing the basic techniques while making next level projects. Technique is taught, projects are free choice within the guidelines of the technique being focused on. We do grey clay, terracotta clay, glazing and polymer clay. This camp also includes an extra “glaze party” where students are invited to return the following week on the Tuesday during the lunch hour to glaze remaining projects. Project pickup will be the Thursday following the glaze party.
There’s a reason soccer is the widest played sport around the world: it’s tons of fun, easy to learn, and a great way to connect with friends! This exciting week that will challenge campers to expand their soccer abilities while spending time with others in an encouraging and supportive environment. There will be ample opportunity to develop existing soccer skills and learn new ones! It will include soccer related drills, games, relays, and some friendly competition. We hope you are as excited as we are for this amazing week!
Do you like soccer and would love to learn more about the game? “Kicks for Kids” is a fun-filled introductory soccer camp suited for children who are wanting to learn or improve upon a range of beginner to intermediate skills. They will experience a variety of activities and games that will help them improve their skills and have fun doing it! They will be able to ask lots of questions and get focused attention and encouragement from experienced soccer players! Get ready for great week of soccer, friendship, and of course…FUN!
An action packed week of basketball fun! Learn basic basketball skills while playing games and making friends.
Come for a roaring good time in Fun with Felt. This camp will combine fabric and paint to create cute sweets, treats and munching animals. The participants will practice their fine motor skills as they trace patterns, cut out their pattern pieces and stitch and/or glue the pieces together. This camp will leave you in stitches.
Can you imagine a world where all kids were kind to each other? What a place it would be if everyone played with everyone else and never ever gossiped or said mean things? This is the camp that every kid needs to take! We will discover what the Bible says about friendship and what each of us can bring to the friendships we have. The kids will improve their social skills by learning how to talk to new friends and make others feel welcome. They will also learn many new games that will transfer to the playground to help make recess and lunch that much more fun! Children will learn to make friendship bracelets using a Rainbow loom or gimp. Each participant will come home with their own rainbow loom, elastics and c-clips to make bracelets for friends all summer long!
This is an introduction to volleyball for grades K-Gr.2. Learn bumping, setting, and spiking, all while having a ton of fun!
No experience necessary. Come ready to try a new sport!
Looking for a camp that lets you swim and soak up the sun at the same time? Look no further!
Campers will spend the day swimming at outdoor pools in Surrey. We will play water games, compete in relay races as well as talk about and practice important water safety skills. Making friends, teamwork, safety, expanding on skills and learning new ones is what we/re all about!
Would you like to travel the world in a week and dive into a sea of flavors? This is the class for you!
Discover the unique world of fusion cuisine. You will get the chance to create some really cool and funky dishes and get your hand at marrying different flavors together to create something unique. Travel with Chef Nimmi from tropical Southeast Asia to the lush valley of the Mediterranean Sea and then over the pond to Europe. In this class you will have the opportunity to create a dish of your choose and present it as well as take home your very own flavorful recipe. Everything is made in house and made fresh.
Some cuisines we will explore are Malaysia/ Indonesia, Greece, France, Spain and Thailand.
Participating in Theatre provides us with many opportunities to glorify God and learn about the world around us. This course will be a fund week of improve games, teamwork, exploration and learning. We will also work on skits throughout the week and provide an opportunity for parents to see us perform at the end of the course!
Join us for a week of singing, dancing and acting! This musical theatre camp will take campers through the exciting journey of preparing for a show. With lots of games, skits, improv and dancing, kids will learn the values of teamwork and good communication. We will spend the week preparing to perform a musical for friends and family at the end of the course.
SNAG (Starting New At Golf) is an activity and game for all ages and abilities indoors or outdoors. SNAG is Safe, Easy and Fun! All year round!
This is intended for Canadian School Teachers, PE Specialists, Administrators, Education Committee members and Parent Advisory Committees that are considering the choice of: “The SNAG PE K-12 International Golf in Schools Programme” used by leading golf countries and school districts around the world. Students can play a “virtual” golf match both on soccer field and online using the latest social networking technologies”.
This course is made for kids who know the basics of badminton. The first session will review the basics and the following sessions will be similar to a tournament. On the last day a winning team will be announced.
Calling all ballers! Come and develop your basketball skills that will help take your game to the next level!
A fun filled week for aspiring beginner actors with a performance at the end of the week for parents to come and see their talented children!
Battle Games is a fun and competitive camp where students compete in teams against each other in games like Laser Tag, Trampoline Dodgeball and gym or field games. This camp is led by the legendary Battlegamer Chris Wandzura aka Sir Angus McWandzura.Please note that this camp involves field trips to the Extreme Airpark and Planet Lazer.
Come discover the beauty and fun of painting. In Picasso Painting Junior, young artists will have the opportunity to learn about colour and different painting surfaces. We will use a variety of paints ranging from face, fabric, tempera, water colour to acrylics in our creative craft activities, songs and games.NOTE: Please send your child with an apron or oversized shirt to protect their clothes as not all the paints are washable so it is important to keep that in mind when you dress your child for this camp.
Joel has been a leader for PACE Summer Camps for the past four years. Additionally, he coaches for PACE After School.
Do you enjoy being in the spotlight? Are you ready to take your acting and performing skills to the next level? This one-week intensive camp is for young actors dedicated to learning and developing skills for on stage performances. Learn how to bring lines on a page to life as you learn the art of acting and storytelling. It is sure to be fun that you don’t want to miss! All experience levels are welcome!
Extreme Battle Games is a fun and competitive camp where students compete in teams against each other in games like Laser Tag, Paintballing, Trampoline Dodgeball and gym or field games. This camp is led by the legendary Battlegamer Chris Wandzura aka Sir Angus McWandzura.Please note that this camp involves field trips to the Extreme Airpark, Planet Lazer, and Delta Force Paintballing.
Be inspired by the great outdoors to create beautiful and unique art pieces! Enjoy the sunshine and great outdoors while painting, creating crafts, and building projects that are connected to nature. This camp is sure to be the creative and adventurous, the best way to soak in the beauty of summer days! This is the adapted jr version of the intermediate Outdoor Art.
Can you imagine a world where all kids were kind to each other? What a place it would be if everyone played with everyone else and never ever gossiped or said mean things? This is the camp that every kid needs to take! We will discover what the Bible says about friendship and what each of us can bring to the friendships we have. The kids will improve their social skills by learning how to talk to new friends and make others feel welcome. They will also learn many new games that will transfer to the playground to help make recess and lunch that much more fun! Children will learn to make friendship bracelets using a Rainbow loom or gimp.
Do you LOVE art and want to try something completely brand new? Amazing Appliqué is the course for you. In this course, we will work with beautiful batik fabrics and Cantik patterns to make custom, one-of-a-kind fabric art. We will mount our creations on frames as well as other surfaces to hang up and display like the astounding masterpieces that they are. If you’ve enjoyed this camp before, come back to make some brand new patterns.
This new camp will bring a dynamic and exciting opportunity to explore a variety of court-based games and sports focused around soccer, volleyball, and basketball. It is a perfect way to sample different school based sports for the future! Each day will be centred around a new sport and the campers will have opportunities to participate in friendly tournaments during the last day of camp. Join us for an exciting week of activities!
This camp will take children on a fun filled journey around the world! Each country has something different to share: dancing, crafts, culinary activities, and music too!
Come and learn a new sport! If you thought frisbees were only for tossing, you were wrong, they’re for Ultimate. Come learn Ultimate, a sport that could be best described as a mix of football, handball, and frisbee. Use discs and work with your team to score points in the end zone, all while having a ton of fun! No experience required.
Come and learn a new sport! Have you ever wondered what it would be like to play ping-pong, but while standing on the table with a life sized racquet? If so, pickle ball may be the sport for you. Come try a brand new racquet sport and learn from scratch. Use wooden paddles at whiffle balls to score points and have fun! No experience required.
Introduction to woodworking using hand tools only. Learn how to work simply with sandpaper, a coping saw and a hammer! Students will create a simple toolbox that they will be able to use around the house whether it’s to store tools, desk items or school supplies.
Working with basic hand tools, students will create a sturdy stool that can be used at home or school. It may be used outdoors but it is not as portable as the camping stool.