Multi-Skill Academy for kids entering 1st-6th grade this fall

ninjaclimb.jpg
ninjaclimb2.jpg

June 24-27 @ 9am-12pm
Graham Park Grass Field

(2190 Polk St., Eugene, 97405)

REGISTER IN THE GRADE YOUR CHILD IS ENTERING IN THE FALL

Sign up your child for the 10th annual Fun, Fitness, and Fundamental Multi - Skill Academy!

Instructors for the camp will include 2-time Olympian and Executive Director of KIDSPORTS, Bev Smith, as well as potentially some current and former U of O athletes.

4 Sessions

Dates: Monday June 24th - Thursday June 27th

Time: 9am - 12pm

Place: Graham Park Grass Field (2190 Polk St., Eugene, 97405)

Grades: Children Entering 1st grade through 6th grade this coming fall

Price: $70 per child*
 

 What is the Fun, Fitness, and Multi - Skill Camp?

The camp offers children the opportunity to develop important age appropriate movement and motor skill fundamentals. This camp is different than most team sport camps as it focuses on the development of each registrant’s fundamental movement and motor skills: Agility, Balance, Co-ordination, Speed, & Core Strength.  The camp offers activities designed to build the registrant’s “athletic house,” which aids athletic performance and injury prevention.

- Physical Literacy is the ability to move one's body confidently and in control. The Fun, Fitness, and Fundamentals Multi - Skill Camp will help your child develop the ABC's of movement and motor skill fundamentals: "Agility, Balance, and Coordination."

- Again this year will be a Ninja – Like Obstacle Course and Competition.  The obstacle course provides fun application of fundamental motor and movement skills that are covered in the multi –skill sessions.    

- Application of fundamental movement and motor skills will take place also through participation in modified games which also help registrants to develop age appropriate movement and motor fundamentals while having fun and getting fit.

Physical literacy development will not only help your child move their body confidently and in control, but as well, will aid in injury prevention, athletic performance, and provide a fundamental foundation for an active and healthy lifestyle!

For more information on the importance of age appropriate movement and motor skill development and physical literacy, see www.canadiansportforlife.ca/parents

*There is some scholarship assistance available for free lunch/reduced lunch eligible families ($25 off of the price).