At Fundamentals Sports Camp, children spend most of the day learning the skills and concepts for a variety of sports and games. However, it the curriculum “off the field” that sets Fundamentals apart from other sports day camps. Classroom lessons are held daily and engage campers in a wide variety of topics including sports current events, character development, sportsmanship, accepting others for their strengths and weaknesses, and choosing proper role models, to name a few. Lessons also incorporate the values of teamwork and commitment, essential elements necessary for success in sports as well as life.
Eight years ago, Fundamentals Sports Camp added a girls’ program to their camp.
Girls Just Want to Have Fun shares the same sport education philosophy and core beliefs on which the camp was originally founded. Partnered with the Women’s Sports Foundation, the girls’ camp shares a curriculum targeted towards girls and lessons taught at an age appropriate level. Taught by our female coaches, the girls’ chalk talks include topics such as confidence, self esteem, making healthy decisions, nutrition, and body image.
Fundamentals also offers a shortened day program for 5 year olds called Minor Leaguers. This program is for boys and girls who have already begun expressing an interest in team sports. Sports are introduced through build up games and activities, and since each camper arrives with different skill levels, we work to keep the curriculum fun and instructional for all.
Fundamentals Sports Camp is American Camps Association Accredited.
Fundamentals Sports Camp