Ed-venture Kids Camp will be held from 8:45am – 11:45am.
Age Requirement: Campers must be 3 – 5 years old (must be completely potty trained).
Why is Physical Education Important to the Preschool Child?
“Play is the foundation for children’s healthy development.”
At Ed-Venture Kids Camp our goal is to address the physical education needs of the preschool age child. Studies have shown that children with a structured P.E. and interactive play time are more prepared mentally and physically. Gymnastics and other physical games and activities help promote motor skill development while our interactive group activities re-enforce social skills.
When children participate in a variety of movements, they have a foundation of motor skills that they can build and refine throughout their school years. Children who have not developed their physical skills tend to become adults who don’t participate regularly in physical activities. Without regular activity, children may not be active enough to maintain healthy hearts, lungs and muscles.
“Individuals responsible for the well-being of toddlers and preschoolers should be aware of the importance of physical activity and facilitate the child’s movement skills.” National Association for Sports and Physical Education.
During the preschool years, children should be encouraged to practice movement skills in a variety of activities and settings. Instruction and positive reinforcement is critical during this time in order to ensure that children develop most of these skills before entering school.
Week 1: June 8 – 12
Week 2: June 15 – 19
Week 3: June 22 – 26
Week 4: June 29 – Jul 31
Week 5: July 6 – 10
Week 6: July 13 – 17
Week 7: July 20 – 24
Week 8: July 27 – 31
Week 9: August 3 – 7
Week 10: August 10 – 14
Week 11: August 17 – 21
Under the Sea
At the Zoo
NO CAMP OFFERED
On the Farm
USA Olympic Gold
Going on a Bug Hunt
Kids in the Kitchen
NO CAMP OFFERED
The *THEME is different each week and is the basis for the arts and crafts and the weekly awards ceremony.
The +FOCUS is the key skill group for the campers that week and will appear on the activity schedule more frequently than the other goals. However, all the skill groups will be a part of each week, including horseback riding.
One Week of Camp
*Walk-in rates are applied to campers who register the day of camp without prior notice.
$10.00 per camper
$25.00 per day (no sibling discount)
$88.00 additional family members
$99.00 (no sibling discount)