Summer Kung Fu Camp 2014 Daily Activity Outline
The camp starts as soon as school is out and runs all summer. Except for the week of July21-25 when we will be at the AAU Junior Olympic is Des Monies Iowa. Daily we open at 7:30 AM the first hour is reading and quiet time with drawing and board or hand held games. At 9 AM we hike each day (we have a 15 passenger van) class size is limited to 12 students. Each day we drive down and hike the Brushy Creek Hike and Bike Trail around a mile to mile and a half each day. That is followed by some outdoor activity & playground time. At 10:30 AM we come back to the school for snack time which is followed by a 45 minute Kung Fu lesson. At noon we have lunch (you provide your child’s lunch). We have a micro wave and a refrigerator so food can be heated and refrigerated. We also fast food it at Subway!
Afternoon is started with game time, and a 20 minute private Kung Fu lesson. The lesson are taught by myself I have over 30 years teaching experience teaching at college level, as well as police special units, and children community education programs in the RRISD. I am also the former National Chairman for the United States Amateur Athletic Union Kung Fu Division. We have an afternoon outdoor period from with intermural games, challenges, and swimming and water sprinkler adventures. We return to the school at 3:30 PM for an afternoon snack, followed by a cool down quite period. From 4 – 5 PM we have a second Kung Fu group lesson. From 5 – 6 PM we have video game time as pick up is done.
Friday is our big adventure day as we go bowling, or to the Inner Space Caverns, Bob Bullock Museum, Ausin Zoo, and a host of other big adventures all summer long. On that day we have you pack a picnic lunch or give your child money to buy their lunch.
Registration is $50 which includes their uniform and tee shirt, you can buy additional tee shirts for $8 each. We do ask they wear their tee shirt on swim day and adventure day. Weekly fee is $165. We limit our camp to 12 kids per week.
Any other questions you may have feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 244-7410