SABusyKids Guide to Spring Break Camps: Active AthleticsPosted by Sarah on February 08, 2013
Spring Break seems to bring a lot of exuberance, excitement, and energy along with it. Help your child let off some steam and channel all those energies into constructive play time at an active athletic camp this break. There are lots of benefits to sports camps for kids that love running, playing, and begin active.
So, we’ve got one more list to round out the SABusyKids Guide to Spring Break Camps…
STAR Soccer Complex, 5103 David Edwards Dr.
March 11 – 15, 2013: Full day 9am – 4pm; Half day 9am – 12pm
Get out and active on the field with World Wide Soccer at the STAR Soccer Complex. Players ages 3 – 5 can work on their skills at the fun-filled Mini Kickers Camp daily from 9am – 11am. The energetic coaches will work with campers on team work, body movement, as well as soccer skills. For more experienced soccer players, ages 6 – 16, you can pick a half day camp or stay all day long training with professional coaches and playing games. By playing in a variety of different situations and your camper will walk away with a greater understanding of the tactics of soccer. Registration is available online.
Artemov Gymnastics, 21750 Hardy Oak Blvd.
March 11 – 15, 2013: 9am – 3:30pm
Cost: $180 for the week, $45 for one day
Campers, ages 4 – 13, can literally spring into Spring Break at the Artemov Gymnastics day camp. It’s fun and flexibility all in one as campers can enjoy daily gymnastic instruction, obstacle courses, games, races, other sports activities, and what’s got to be a camp favorite, the trampoline. There’s a $20 registration fee for non-members, and the registration form is available online.
Alamo Golf Club, 9700 Rochelle
March 13, 14, 15, 2013: 9am – 12pm
Take a swing at golf this Spring Break at the Alamo Golf Club. Campers ages 6 – 16 are invited to the green for some personalized golf lessons, refreshments, and fun. Spend a few days working on your swing, and enjoy a pizza party celebration. Download the registration form online. Camp costs include nine hours of instruction, registration gift, practice balls, clubs if needed, refreshments/snacks, sunscreen, and more.
Green Tree Tennis, 4721 Callaghan Rd
March 11 – 15, 2013: 8am – 5:30pm/ 10am – 2pm
Devote your Spring Break to the love of the game at Green Tree Tennis. Campers ages 6 – 16 can come for a full day of sports, including: volleyball, basketball, soccer, and tennis at the Sports Camp that runs from 8am – 5:30pm. The all day camp also includes games, movies, and even some time on the Wii and Xbox. If your child wants to focus on improving their tennis skills, then check out the Tennis Camp, for elementary, middle, and high school students. This program runs from 10am – 2pm, complete with tennis instruction and then games to test your skills. The Sports Camp Registration and Tennis Camp Registration are both available online. Discounts apply for early registration.
So what’ll it be…is your camper ready to try a new sport, or maybe focus on a favorite? Either way, there’s tons of fun in store for this Spring Break.