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When school is out, KidStrong Camp* is in!
Curriculum includes activities to enhance your child’s character, physical and brain development along age-specific milestones.
Your child will have a blast while learning with their peers and getting tons of physical activity. We’ll be reinforcing important skills like confidence, teamwork, physical fitness, social skills, good sportsmanship, and more!
A day at KidStrong Camp includes:
- KidStrong Class Camp Edition
- Snack & Lunch Time
- Build your own obstacle/course + Floor is Lava
- STEAM Projects & Games
- Cool Down/Daily Award Recognition & MORE
- Closing Day Ceremony - last 15 minutes of last day of camp week (Parents welcome!)
During Superhero Week at KidStrong, we’re going to be working on all things HERO, like leaping over buildings, knocking down walls, and working together as a super team. We’ll also be working on superhero related projects and kids are encouraged to wear their favorite superhero gear (Jedis are superheroes, too) throughout the week. There might be some superhero-related entertainment as well if we can talk a superhero into flying by the center.
Everyone wants to be a NINJA!! Working on our ninja skills like climbing, jumping, hanging, climbing ropes, and everyone’s favorite - obstacle courses! We’ll also be focused on problem-solving and team-building through various challenging courses. Be ready for your kid to develop some serious ninja skills this week, so backyards beware. PARKOUR!
CONFIDENCE + LEADERSHIP SESSION
Confidence + Leadership Session is all about working on boosting our children’s confidence through leadership training. Confidence and leadership are valuable life skills and if developed at an early age can help give children an advantage as they enter school and beyond. This week we will be focused on developing confidence and leadership skills through team challenges, games focusing on teamwork, leadership opportunities, and public speaking. They may even be able to create their own “Team” obstacles to put their friends through.