Sports Camp

(Ages 10-13)

 

Our sports program adheres to all levels of all sports. Daily, we will teach and develop in key sports such as soccer, baseball, flag football, and swimming; through daily matches and activities. Weekly, we will teach new sports, that are age-appropriate for each group. Multi-SportCamp emphasizes fitness, positive skill development, fair play, and cooperation. The children are organized by age into groups of 8 children.  All groups join together for trips and theme days. 

 

Included:

• Instruction in various sports 

• Daily swimming.

• Qualified summer staff consisting of mature students with varied sports backgrounds. The staff to camper ratio is ~1:8.

• Daily swimming.

Why Sports Camp?

Sports Camp is designed to help our 10 to 13-year-old campers advance their mobility skills and athleticism! Our programming and activities have been developed to meet the development of their cognitive and physical abilities of our older campers. We always focus on explain the rules of any sport played so that every player leaves camp with a stronger understanding of the game.

An Example of a Day at Camp

Campers will be divided into groups based on age and skill level to ensure they receive developmentally appropriate activities while becoming a Champ!

Extended Care

7:30 am - 9:00 am

Parents will drop off their children and sign in with our staff. Short activities such as Simon says, follow the leader, and other group games will be played. Small group game, lego, board games, art, & sports equipment.

Drop Off

9:00 am

Parents will drop off campers and sign in with our staff. Campers will split into groups & have a group circle: rules, schedule, attendance. 

Morning Welcome

9:10 - 9:30 am

Camp Leaders will lead stretching and some fun warm-up games to get campers ready for the day.

Station #1

Soccer Red Light

9:30 - 10:10 am

Campers will start on one side of the field and race to the other side while following instructions from their Camp Leader with the soccer ball. Green light means go fast, yellow light means go slow and red light means to stop the ball. This drill works on dribbling ball control, stopping and speed adjustments.

Snack

10:10 - 10:30 am

Campers will be encouraged to enjoy their snacks and hydrate. 

Station #2

Flag Football 10:30 - 11:10 am

Paired off into teams of two, campers will compete to complete as many passes as possible in two minutes. The team with the most completed passes wins

Station #3

Human Pac-Man

11:10 - 11:40 am

 A large Pac-man board will be created on the floor, assorted with large coins. Campers will take turns trying to collect all the coins without being eaten by the ghosts. This activity will be expanded by using soccer balls as they navigate through the board.

Lunch 

11:40 am - 12:20 pm

Campers must bring a lunch to camp every day (nut-free!). After finishing their lunch, campers will get a chance to participate in organized lunchtime activities, park play, and relax time.

Park / Free Time

12:20 - 1:00 pm

We relocate to the park on the property in order for campers to enjoy free-time with their friends. We're not school, we are here to have FUN!

Swim

(Time Varies)

1:00 - 3:00 pm

Campers will have free time to swim under the supervision of our Highly Trained Camp Leader and Professional Life Guards during public swim time. Specific policies and procedures are set in place to ensure the utmost safety. Please contact the Camp Director if you have any questions. 

Snack

3:00 - 3:20 pm

Campers will be encouraged to enjoy their snacks and hydrate. 

Large Group Games

3:20 - 4:00 pm

Parents are welcome to pick up their camper during this time. All campers will play in group activities and have the option of free play. 

Extended Care

4:00- 6:00 pm

Parents will drop off their children and sign in with our staff. Short activities such as Simon says, follow the leader, and other group games will be played. Small group game, lego, board games, art, & sports equipment.

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What to Bring

Full Water Bottle

Tip: Freeze water night before

Sunscreen

Please ensure camper has sunscreen with them everyday

Lunch & Snacks

Please ensure it is NUT-Free

Clothing & Hat

Appropriate clothing: shorts, shirts, running shoes, hat, sweater (if cool)

Swimsuit & Towel

Swimsuits & towels are required. Suggested goggles, ear plugs, and comb

Label

Please ensure everything is labeled 

Camp Features

  • Small Ratios

  • Free Swim every day

  • Goal Setting 

  • Fun Friday's

Questions?

Not sure what program is right for you? Feel free to email us or call our office at (647) 957-2455 and we would be happy to further discuss our programs.