March Break Camp
An Unforgettable Camp Experience Right Here In Moncton New Brunswick
Our March Break Camp for kids is just like our extremely popular Summer Camp! Our Bilingual Camp Counselors are focused on getting our camp participants active, while at the same time providing them with valuable character-building skills such as teamwork, communication, social skills, creativity, problem solving, and more, through FUN!
Why Choose Sky Zone March Break Camp?
We provide our March Break Camp participants with a fun & positive learning experience tailored to individuals needs by our exceptional Bilingual Camp Counselors who truly care for our Camp participants. Our March Break Camp team combines a variety of fun & informative activities to create an unforgettable Camp experience right here in Moncton New Brunswick.
What Do The March Break Camp Kids Get Up To?
Each day is filled with FUN at our March Break Camp! We provide a large variety of activities for the kids each day, Check out our example schedule below!
Daily March Break Camp Schedule (Example)
Our Camp Counselors focus on providing maximum fun while considering the interests of the our camp participants. Each day’s activities change to provide a large variety of options to our Sky Zone Camp guests. Sky Zone Camp Counselors are able to restructure the day’s events on the fly to ensure maximum fun for our camp guests.
8:30am-9:30am - Morning warm up: stretch, and begin the day with 3 interesting facts about all camp guests (Get to know each other games)
9:30am-10:00am - Activity 1: Foam Zone Mania: Ever build a snow tunnel? How about a foam tunnel? Kids get to play, dig, tunnel, and construct outrageous caverns in our huge foam pits
10:00am-10:30am - Activity 2: Dodgeball! (Off hand Dodgeball, 3 Lives Dodgeball, Lava Dodgeball) – Time to get strategic! These dodgeball variations will be a test of skill, strategy, and smarts!
10:30am - 10:45am - Break: Snack time 😊
10:45am-11:30am - Activity 3: Experiment time! Ever see Invisible Ink? Of course you haven’t! Well were going to teach you how to make it just in case.
11:30am-12:30am - Activity 4: Ultimate Warrior Course Training! Want to become a Ninja Warrior? Well now is your chance!
12:30pm-1:00pm - Lunch Time: Time to refuel!
1:30pm-3:00pm - Activity 5: Time To Get Creative! - Camp Counselor lead arts & crafts (bracelet building, portrait painting, and more!)
3:00pm-3:30pm - Break: Snack Time 😊
3:30pm-4:30pm - Activity 6: Synchronized Jump- Lets test your team work skills with our synchronized group jump! Too easy? Well let’s add in the memory games! Camp participants pack up belongings and head home to recharge for the next day of fun activities!
Camp Times & Dates
We offer Full Day Camps from 8:30am – 4:30pm (early drop off & late pickup is available upon request)
Our Camps can be reserved Daily or for the Full Week with the available weeks listed below.
· March 4th – 8th
*Reserve your dates in advance as there are limited spots available each day*
March Break Camp Ages
March Break Camp is available for ages 6+
Will Age Groups Be Separated?
Our Camp will be open for ages 6+ and all age participants will be doing activities together throughout the week of the Camp. Our Camp Counselors will structure the days activities to appeal to all participants and are able to change activities on the fly based on group preferences. Dependent on how large our Camp group is there may be certain activities in which the group will split up for a portion of the day but primarily will be doing large full group activities.
March Break Camp Benefits
At Sky Zone Moncton March Break Camp, our participants are able to learn essential character-building skills such as:
• 1. Creativity
• 2. Strategic thinking
• 3. Teamwork
• 4. Communication
• 5. Social interaction
• 6. Health/fitness
• 7. Confidence building
• 8. Increased physical literacy
Weekly March Break Camp Goals Breakdown
Throughout the week at Our March Break Camp, just like our Summer Camp, we set weekly goals. We are aware that every person is different (and has different preferences), so we provide a variety of activities each day to ensure everyone enjoys their time at Sky Camp. Each day is filled with variety but each day is structured a bit differently with a new area of focus for that day's events.
Please Note: This is not an accurate outline of the weeks events. Days may vary depending on kids attending.
Camp Day 1:
1. Get Sky Campers comfortable.
2. Introduction of all camp participants to one another & Sky Camp team.
3. Focus on building initial relationships between camp participants & Sky Camp Team
1. Include a large variety of activities to help identify groups preferences (I.e. more orientated toward physical activity, strategic games, crafts, outdoor vs indoor, etc.)
Camp Day 2:
1. Getting active
- Large focus on physical activity this day. Including: Various sports, Sky Fit fitness class, dodgeball, tug of war, park features, etc.)
1. Team work
2. Strategic thinking
Camp Day 3:
1. Getting creative
- Primary focus around crafts and creativity
Camp Day 4:
1. Let’s get strategic!
- Primary focus around strategy games including park-wide puzzles, board games, memory games, ‘secret society games’, word scrambles, and more
1. Team work
Camp Day 5:
1. The last day of Sky Camp! Let’s make it memorable! This day is all about getting every bit of fun in we can!
2. Ensure camp participants had a great time
1. Gain feedback and insight into Sky Campers experience (We strive for perfection, but we commit to improving each week)
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Here are a few of the hundreds of the games & activities we play with our Sky Campers!
2 Truths & A Lie (Get to Know Each Other)
Purpose: Getting to know each other activity & stretching exercises to warm up for your event packed with fun!
Overview: Introduce yourself by stating 2 Truths and a Lie about yourself (in no particular order). The rest of the group must attempt to determine the lie!
Desired Outcome: Learn things about one another that you normally wouldn’t discover during typical water cooler conversation
Counting Trampolines (Get Strategic)
Purpose: Develop a collaborative strategy to solve a problem
Overview: Split into teams. Objective is to accurately count and report the total number of trampolines in an efficient manner (Throughout the entire park). Groups are timed and awarded points for their speed. The reported number is subtracted from the correct number of trampolines and then divided by the correct number to come up with a variance. After applying the speed time bonuses the group with the most negative or closes number to 0 wins.
Desired outcome: Small groups use team work while being held responsible as individuals and as a group.
Foam Zone Relay (Get Active & Get Strategic)
Purpose: Use teamwork, communication, and leadership to complete relay in fastest time possible!
Overview: Groups are divided up into equal teams. Participants will race 1v1 into the foam pit, touch the back net, and return and pass off the baton to their teammate who will do the same. First team to get their team through wins! (multiple variations possible).
Desired outcome: Participants bond together as a group while stepping outside of their comfort zones and recognize each other’s strengths and weaknesses.
Stacking Pyramids (Get Strategic)
Purpose: To deal with new challenges in different manners
Overview: Divide into teams. Teams must collect foam cubes from the foam pit, find an area and have the highest pyramid standing after 2 minutes (Multiple round variations)
Desired outcome: Work together as a team to solve new problems and achieve a common goal.
Trampoline Minesweeper (Get Strategic)
Purpose: Utilize team work and memory to conquer the trampoline minesweeper!
Overview: Split into teams. Before starting the leader of each team must write down the combination of jumps that the opposing team members must complete to pass each section. Each team attempts to work their way through the opposing teams section being buzzed out when they jump an incorrect number of times. Utilize team work and memory to work your way through the maze! Desired outcome: Work together as a team, trust teammates suggestions, and utilize memory to work through minesweeper.
Bracelet/Necklace Building (Get Creative)
Purpose: Utilize creativity and imagination to develop something unique.
Overview: Camp counselor organizes all members into their bracelet building stations to work on building something creative & unique.
Desired outcome: Develop leadership and communication while working as a team.
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