It’s play time for restless kids! Enroll junior in an action-packed sports programme to burn off all that excess energy and amp up their motor skills and sense of coordination
29 MAY-18 AUGUST INTREPID KIDS GYM www.intrepidkidsgym.com
The Intrepid Kids’ Kids Boot Camp for three- to nine-year-olds is two hours of high-energy fun in a fitness setting. Instead of hardcore drills, kids will navigate obstacle courses, play fitness games, engage in bodyweight exercises, and try out exciting circuits. The programme focuses on educational enrichment, while encouraging kids to pick up essential everyday and sporting skills. In addition, they will learn about healthy eating and nutrition as part of a healthy lifestyle.
3-19 JUNE BOUNCE INC www.bounceinc.com.sg
Held at the indoor adventure park right in the heart of town, the new Bounce Tramp Camp is designed for kids aged three and above. Participants are guaranteed non-stop fun as they explore the various trampoline zones and adventure courses under the supervision of coaches.
6-30 JUNE MYGYM www.mygym.com.sg
So you think your child can dance? Take her skills to the next level at MyGym’s dance camp for four- to 10-year-olds. Kids can experience a new form of dance every week, ranging from Broadway to hip-hop. A two-day camp is also taking place this summer for mini fitness fans, with activities like dancing, jumping and character-building through crafts.
12 JUNE-11 AUGUST AQUADUCKS www.aquaducks.com.sg
Young swimmers will get to learn the basics of swimming or perfectrfect their stroke at holiday camps foror kids aged four to 14. The morning campsmps are filled with professional swimmingng lessons, conducted in Aquaducks’ signature fun and engaging style. Kids will also engage in some free play, and snacks and lunch will be provided. rovided.
10-21 JULY UFIT www.ufit.com.sg/kids-camps
Known for its intensive boot campsamps for adults, UFIT also runs camps foror kids to help them develop their strength,ength, speed, agility and conditioning.. While making new friends, studentsdents between age seven and 18 pickk up technical sporting skills such h as throwing and kicking from professional sportsmen or formermer sports professionals, focusing on a different sport each day.
The Aquaducks coaches are really patient with my sometimesuncooperative kids. We are really happy because they know how to make learning fun and enjoyable. —JACQUELYN MOLLOY My kids love the variety, the ability to test themselves physically with something new, and the element of competition at UFIT. I highly recommend the experience. —CHARLES FITZGERALD