Slide background
Slide background
Slide background
Slide background

GIRLS CO-OP Gymnastics National Team

KIDS CO-OP Gymnastics - Tumble - Dance Center

is a feeder program for the...

Events
 Clinics
 Events
 General
 Kids Night Out
 Open Gym
 Programs
 Specials
 Summer Day Camps
 KIDS CO-OP Events Calendar
 Star Quest Practice
 Star Quest Practice Schedule
 GIRL'S CO-OP Gymnastics National Training Center
 GIRLS CO-OP Gymnastics National Training Center
Categories

Monthly Archives: May 2010

caving

A Caving We Will Go Wk 3: June 28th – July 2nd

eye_of_horus_pebble_lwGet ready to explore how to grow your own crystals, balance a bat on your finger and caving at home. Take a step back in time and experience what it was like to eat, dress and live like a cave wo/man. Come with us on our Field Trip to Crystal Cave, in Kutztown, and find out what a real cave is like. This week of camp you will have fun building a bat house, a sinkhole and making your own fossils. We will have fun making cave drawings, a caveman obstacle course, a flute out of Mammoth Bones (paper towel roll) and we will end the week on Friday with a Mammoth Bone Hunt. Travel back in time with our Caving We Will Go week of camp!

Registration Form

gardening

Dig in and Get Dirty with Organic Gardening Wk 2: June 21st – 25th

farmer_pulling_veggies_lwCampers will have fun showing off their Green Thumbs this week of camp by growing tickle me plants, scrap plants and digging for worms along with; eating flowers, organic fruits and vegetables for snack. They will be learning the importance of going green, composting and growing organically. Children will be raking, fertilizing, watering and taking a Field Trip to Rodale Farms, in Kutztown. Whether your child is an accomplished gardener or a novice, your child will love the chance to partner with Mother Nature and make some magic.  We won’t be looking for your child to achieve horticultural perfection, just encourage them to dig in, get dirty and have fun growing something beautiful to look at and/or good to eat! You’re invited to come see how our garden grew at the T.G.I.F. end of the week event!

Registration Form



pocahontas

Pocahontas, Native American Powwow Wk 1: June 14th – 18th

native_american_woman_lw

Over the years people have found lots of ways to get together either to renew old friendships or make new ones. For Native Americans, this event is called a Powwow and what better way to start our 1st week of NO BUMMER SUMMER CAMP then with a Powwow theme. Children will have fun remembering the Native American name they will be given, have fun making crafts of Head Dresses, Native American Costumes,  Beaded Necklaces, Pottery, Drums and more. They will be eating Native American Snacks of Fruits, Nuts, (unless you’re allergic) Dried Buffalo meat, to name just a few. They will be learning Native American Dances, how to herd a Buffalo with a straw, take a Field Trip to a Native American Museum in Allentown, and hold a Powwow on Friday that Friends and Family may attend. This week of camp is sure to be filled with Fitness, FRIENDS and Fun!

Registration Form

preview

Preview Camp Wk: June 7th – 11th

Pre-view Camp is all about giving your child a taste of every theme NO BUMMER SUMMER Day Camp has to offer. This week of camp has a different Theme Snack, Craft and Outside Activity twice a day. Monday morning we will be making Tee Pees and in the afternoon we will be Organic Gardening. Tuesday morning we’re making crystals and in the afternoon petting Barnyard Animals. Wednesday morning learning a Cheer or playing some Football and in the afternoon we will be doing Science Experiments. Thursday morning we are building a water obstacle course and in the afternoon doing Magic Tricks or Face Painted like a Clown. Friday morning we will be eating Creepy Crawling Bugs and in the afternoon have a Campers Rule Celebration that everyone will remember! Along with creative theme activities, you and/or your child/ren can choose from Fitness Activity of Gymnastics, Tumble, Fit N Fun, Pit Play and/or Dance up to twice a day. There is no field trip this week but barnyard petting animals are being brought in for the children to learn about.

Registration Form