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DATES:

    1) WED, 25 NOV 2020 Fully booked
    2) WED, 9 DEC 2020 Fully booked
    2) FRI, 11 DEC 2020 Fully booked
    2) WED, 16 DEC 2020

TIME: 8.00AM TO 1.00PM

VENUE: Home Of Athletics

BROCHURE: To be uploaded

HOW DO I JOIN: Submit your interest here

PROGRAMME:

    AGE GROUP: 6 to 12 years old

    MATERIALS: Singapore Athletics will provide the Kids’ Athletics equipment

    PRIZES: Souvenirs will be awarded to the children


 

INTRODUCTION:

    This camp offers excitement – new event exercises and varied movement tasks that have to be managed within a team and carried out at different locations within the event venue.

    During the camp, basic athletic movements (sprinting, endurance running, jumping, throwing/putting) will be practised and experienced in an atmosphere of play and fun. The physical demands are minimal and will make it possible for each child to readily take part.


 

OBJECTIVE:

    Our objective for organizing this camp is to achieve a mass participation in competitive athletics to achieve a learning experience, which is focused on fun rather than winning. This is to aid in the development of motor and social skills of the participants.

 

HOLIDAY PROGRAMME:

Time

Activity

Venue

7.40 a.m. to 8.00 a.m.

Check-in

HOA

8.00 a.m. to 9.30 a.m.

Developing of Kids’ Athletics Skills through Learning Stations (Part One)

9.30 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.

Light refreshments

10.00 a.m to 10.30a.m

Let’s adopt a ‘Healthy Lifestyle’ Talk

10.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.

Developing of Kids’ Athletics Skills through Learning Stations (Part Two)

11.30 p.m. to 12.20 p.m.

Quiz & Team Building activities- Musical mats, Spot the colours

12.30 p.m. to 1.00 p.m.

Presentation of Prizes/Evaluation/Home Sweet Home

 


 

DETAILS OF THE PROGRAMME:

    1) Check-in (7.40a.m – 8.00a.m)

      The children will be grouped into teams followed by Ice-breaking games to get them comfortable enough to participate actively in our planned activities.

     

    2) Developing of Kids’ Athletics Skills through learning stations – Part One (8.00a.m – 9.30a.m)

      Total number of stations: 9

      By the end of the session, the children will be able to execute the skills from the sprints, jumps and throws events group. Instructors will be assigned to escort the children from station to station, demonstrate and teach the required skills.

     

    3) (7.40a.m – 9.30a.m. – 10.00a.m)

      The children will be served light refreshment such as snacks and mineral water. They will be given a break.


In accordance with: International Association of Athletics Federation (2014). A practical Guide For Kid’s Athletics Animators. Retrieved from http://www.iaaf.net/development/kids/index.html

 

    4) Developing of Kids’ Athletics Skills through Learning Stations – Part Two (10.30a.m – 11.30a.m)

      Objectives:

      This program helps to prevent early specialization and supports a multi-varied approach to athletic development.

      Children will be in competition with one another after going through the above stations. Teamwork will be emphasized on. All team members have to participate in the events group. As all children must compete as part of a team every student get an opportunity to be actively involved. An individual’s unique contribution to the overall team result reinforces the concept that each child is to be valued.

     

    5) Team Building activities (11.30a.m – 12.20a.m)

      Children will play a game as part of their team building activities. The game will serve to expose them to working in groups and help them increase their level of initiative.

     

    6) Quiz/ Let’s adopt a ‘Healthy Lifestyle’ Talk (12.00p.m – 12.30p.m.)

      Topics covered:

        • Health smart Lifestyle
        • You are what you ea
        • How to eat right?
        • Hydration
        • Snack suggestions
        • Why exercise?
        • Safety first
        • Health smart Choices
        • Feeling good about oneself (Friendship, Respect)
        • Children will be given worksheets on the ‘Lets adopt a healthy lifestyle’ talk.

      To evaluate their knowledge on the above topics.

     

    7) Presentation of Prizes/Evaluation/Home Sweet Home (12.30p.m – 1.00p.m)

      The victory ceremony is an absolute must for any Kid’s Athletics competition. Children, in particular, have special appreciation for recognition of their performance.

 

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