Sports Camp

Our Co-ed sports camp program is designed so campers can focus on their athletic skill development while enjoying indoor and outdoor recreational time playing ALL sports. Our sports camp motto is “Sportsmanship”. The scheduling philosophy provides sports activities each day (i.e. basketball, football, hockey, baseball, soccer, gaga, karate, etc.) with a specialty activity (arts & crafts, Israeli Culture) as well as swimming for a well-rounded day. Kindergarten and 1st Grade campers will participate in Camp Shalom specialties each day. For 2nd grade and above its ALL SPORTS ALL THE TIME! Each week campers will participate in a different sports clinic led by local high school and/or professional coaches. These clinics teach campers the basic fundamentals and rules while encouraging them to participate in a variety of sports regardless of skill level.

 


The Camp Shalom Sports program will feature more sports instruction and skill development. 

A philosophy that we call MADE

  • Maximum Activity (no one wants to spend their summer waiting on the side lines)
  • Attitude (through sports, we develop children’s self-confidence & leadership skills)
  • Development (It does not matter how experienced your child is in sports, all sessions will challenge the more skilled player and the novice so both feel they have achieved success)
  • Enjoyment (we’re all here to have fun, right?)

Each week sports camp focuses on a different sport of the week allowing campers to be exposed to even more sports throughout the summer. At the end of each week campers will get the opportunity to test their new skills by participating in the BIG GAME! Sports include: Fencing (new), Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, Lacrosse and Track & Field.

Our Sports Camp maintains an encouraging, positive and professional environment where your child will always have FUN!


This summer campers will be a part of their age appropriate camp units in special activities at camp such as field trips, overnights, late nights andcamp wide special events. 

Nitzan/Sports K Click here to view calendar
     Weekly show that comes to our youngest campers
     1 late night at Camp Shalom to allow for additional camp fun

K'Tanim/Sports 1 Click here to view calendar
     1 late night that allow for additional camp fun
     1 overnight
     A field trip every other week

Kesher/Sports 23 Click here to view calendar
     2 overnights turning camp into one big sleepover pj party
     1 field trip every week

Kochavim/Sports 46 Click here to view calendar
     1 overnight at the JCC
     2 day 1 night trip to theme parks in Orlando
     1 to 2 field trips each week

Weekly activities include:
    Indoor Sports
    Outdoor Sports
    Field Trips
    Sports Clinics
    Specialty Activities (Arts & Crafts, Israeli Culture, Science and more)
    Leagues
    Daily Swim
    Superstar Competitions

Sports – A Typical Day

Sports campers are divided into units by age.

Each day will include …


Boker Tov
Energized spirit fest to start the day off right! At Boker Tov we sing all our favorite camp songs and enjoy exciting bunk competitions.

Sports Clinic Period 1
Sport of the week instruction

Sports Period 2
Any sport goes such as …
• Basketball • Soccer • Ga Ga • Hockey • Flag Football • Dodgeball • Tennis • Kickball • Whiffleball

Specialty Activities
Each Day Sports Camp campers participate in specialty activities including:
• Engineering for Kids • Gymnastics • Tennis • Israeli Culture

Lunch
Beginning with a prayer of thanks, campers enjoy eating their lunch with friends.

Swimming
Individualized small group instructional swim facilitated by Swim With Gills instructors provides every camper to strengthen their swim skills. Following Instructional Swim campers enjoy time to practice all the skills they have learned and just have fun with friends while under the supervision of counselors and lifeguards

Sports Period 3
Any sport goes such as …
• Basketball • Soccer • Ga Ga • Hockey • Flag Football • Dodgeball • Tennis • Kickball • Whiffleball

Snack
A camp provided, nutritious and healthy bite to satisfy any hunger.

Closing
One last chance to get out any energy campers have left through song and cheer while showing their spirit and approval of the day. Campers are presented with any information (handouts/notes) they need for the following day of camp.