D2

3rd and 4th Grade
Challenge Accepted!

Campers who have just completed 3rd and 4th, this is where you belong. A summer in D2 will help your child grow in self-confidence and independence as well as learn important values such a teamwork and integrity. Unique games, crazy cheers, amazing counselors, and a spirit-filled atmosphere will encourage your child to try new things and have fun while doing so. Oh yeah, don’t forget our fun-filled Alpha vs. Omega competition! Welcome to D2. Challenge Accepted!

DETAILS

AGE: 3rd – 4th grade (grade just completed)
RATIO: 8 campers to 1 counselor
TEAMS: Alpha vs. Omega

SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE

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SPECIALTIES

ART

Campers will be exposed to and given opportunities to work with mixed media throughout the week. They will be allowed to take their masterpieces home with them at the end of the week.

New for 2017, D2 Campers will explore the sport of badminton, learn some introductory skills and play in a mini-match at the end of the week.

Campers will be taught proper mechanics in dribbling, shooting and footwork. Drills are designed for the beginner as well as intermediate player.

Competition Week: New this year! During Week 6, campers will participate in multiple individual and team competitions for points and prizes during Basketball Specialty. We will conclude the week with a tournament. We recommend this week for experienced basketball players as the focus for the week will be on competition and not instruction.

Campers will learn cheers, motion techniques, basic partner stunt skills, jump techniques and how to incorporate it all together into one fun routine.

Participants will learn about drama through a wide variety of fun, interactive, and self-expressive games with an emphasis on creativity.

This program is designed to build a fundamental foundation for any boy who desires to learn more about football as well as those who desire to enhance their techniques for the fall football season. All players will be exposed to the most current teaching focusing on the techniques of speed and agility and the fundamentals of blocking, tackling, passing, running, and catching. Each player will be given an opportunity to use these newly learned skills in team drills and games. This specialty is not a contact form of football. All games and drills with be played with flags and/or “dummies”.

Competition Week: New this year! During Week 6, campers will participate in multiple individual and team competitions for points and prizes during Football Specialty. We will conclude the week with a tournament. We recommend this week for experienced football players as the focus for the week will be on competition and not instruction.

Campers will be introduced to and encouraged to progress in basic skills including rolls, cartwheels, handstands, and back bends. They will work on balance, coordination, and body awareness while having fun learning skills on balance beam.

Campers will learn about the rules of lacrosse and improve skills like cradling, passing, shooting, stick checks and defense. The campers will get to experience safe competition and learn how to work as a team in a sport that is becoming more and more popular, across the country. Sticks and gloves will be provided.” (no pads needed: not full contact)

The week will begin with several low element activities as well as group initiatives designed to challenge campers and help them learn to work with team mates. All campers will have the opportunity to conquer the Rock Wall and participate in at least two additional “high elements” like our Giant Swing! Camp All-American is a member of ACCT (Association for Challenge Course Technology) and meets all recommended standards.

We teach the fundamentals of soccer through fun and entertaining games that will enhance a player’s skill development as he/she learns the importance of teamwork.

Competition Week: New this year! During Week 6, campers will participate in multiple individual and team competitions for points and prizes during Soccer Specialty. We will conclude the week with a tournament. We recommend this week for experienced soccer players as the focus for the week will be on competition and not instruction.

Campers will participate in canoeing, archery, rock climbing, land navigation with maps, and learning basic hiking and camping skills.

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