Gymnastics, Physical Activity and Learning Day Camps
available for ages 3.5-12yrs.

Activity Day Camp

Activity Camp incorporates

homework or reading time (as needed) with physical activities such as:

Gymnastics, Tumbling, Fit Kids Physical Education 

& Super Hero!

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. 2:30pm-5:30pm
Boys & Girls ages 5-12

Virtual Class Care & Deluxe Camp
Ages 5-12, boys and girls. Offered T-W-Th. 

DAY Camps
Ages 3.5-5 boys and Girls
. Offered M,T,Th.

Gym and Learn is a 2.5hr program offered up to three times per week.

One hour + of Gymnastics and one hour + of Learning activities. Open to boys and girls ages 3.5yrs - 5yrs. 

Gym-N-Learn is a class specially designed to meet the needs of preschool aged children.

Gym-N-Learn is offered Monday 10:00am - 12:30pm, Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30am - 12:00pm. 

Gymnastics offers a fantastic opportunity for large motor development, strength, and flexibility.
Our Gym-N-Learn class offers one hour of gymnastics and one hour in our preschool learning classroom. 
The learning hour will include a daily story, song, art activity, and small motor manipulatives, such as blocks, lacing beads, puzzles and more. The classroom time will allow students to work on small motor skills, language, math, and art, providing for a well-rounded learning experience. 
Students in this class can enroll in 1-2 days per week and must be emotionally ready to be dropped off at the gym for the two hour class and be able to attend to their own personal restroom needs.

Our preschool hour includes arts, crafts, writing, and center choices that  have been chosen carefully with ALL developmental areas considered. For example, rhyming and songs are some of the BEST ways to promote early literacy.  This is why they are included in every session with new ones to match each theme.  When doing  centers, there are choices available that enhance one-to-one correspondence (a math skill), matching (math skill), and counting.  Small motor development like legos work on writing skills. Name writing gives us opportunity to talk about the different letters in each child's name which has meaning to the children, rather than an arbitrary letter.  As children's  brains develop, they will naturally inquire about letters, numbers, and that opens lots of opportunities for teachers to meet them where they are in the moment. We are proud of our developmentally appropriate curriculum designed by early childhood education professionals.