Our Kids Canada's Camp & Program Guide

21st Annual

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Types of Camps & Programs Find Camps & Programs at www.OurKids.net 23 ARTS EDUCATION SPORTS/HEALTH ADVENTURE Kids are immersed in an activity in order to develop new interests or appeal to their passions. Camps and programs for kids looking for a new challenge and to get outside the box. Dance, music, fine art, performance. Robotics, languages, technology, chemistry—if a kid wants to learn it, there's a camp for them. Team sports, fitness, nutrition, and skills development. Whitewater rafting, rock climbing, skateboarding, extreme sports, and travel. To learn from professional artists, musicians, dancers, and performers. To gain confidence and mastery in academics. To develop leadership, teamwork, and commitment. To hone skills and build new ones, including teamwork, leadership, trust, and responsibility. Build creativity, communication skills, and self-expression. Gain valuable learning skills to help them succeed in school and life. Have the use of specialized equipment and facilities important in developing specific skill sets. Build confidence in their abilities, finding and celebrating their strengths and the strengths of others. Camps often culminate in performances or gallery exhibitions for friends and family. Many camps offer courses for academic credit. May be eligible for deduction using the federal Child Fitness Tax Credit. Includes everything from wilderness survival to sailing the Atlantic on a tall ship. Seasonal & year-round Seasonal & year-round Seasonal & year-round Seasonal Mad Science of Toronto Photograph by Tim Fraser for Our Kids

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