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A Summer Camp Shares 5 Fun Ways to Keep Kids Active Year-Round November 1, 2018

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A Summer Camp Shares 5 Fun Ways to Keep Kids Active Year-Round, Piermont, New Hampshire

While there are many exciting ways to keep kids active, outdoor elements can interrupt the fun. Every kid loves the thrill of summer camp, but as the weather cools down, rainy days arrive, and snow starts to fall, it seems simpler to lay on the couch. No matter what the weather, New England’s Camp Walt Whitman has fun suggestions to keep your kids active. The popular coed camp offers a one-of-a-kind experience filled with adventure. With activities including art, music, swimming, and sports, there’s something for every little one to enjoy. 

What Are Some Fun Activities That Keep Kids Active?

1. Create an Indoor Obstacle Course

An indoor obstacle course is exhilarating any time of year, so get kids moving by designing your own. Include rings to jump over, cones to maneuver around, and tunnels to crawl through. Little ones will love the thrill of completing the course—and get a workout in while they’re at it.

2. Bring the Summer Activity Camp Action Inside

summer campEven when it’s raining buckets, kids want to have a good time. Move the summer camp action indoors with jump ropes, hula hoops, push toys, and even a small slide. Set it all up in the living room or basement, and have your kids take a swirl at each activity.

3. Host Dance Party Fun

Move the furniture to create a safe, open space, select your kids’ favorite tunes, cook up a few snacks, and get moving with an indoor dance party. Crank up the music, jump, twirl, and show off your best moves. As a parent, this is an activity you can join in on yourself!

4. Play Ball Games

With the right equipment, ball games are completely doable indoors. Buy a mini indoor basketball hoop and have your kids practice their sports skills, purchase an indoor bowling kit and play a few frames, or try a game of mini golf. Sports aren’t just reserved for coed camp; with an at-home setup, your kids can practice year-round.

5. Create Some Friendly Competition

Who doesn’t love a little friendly competition? Try lively, movement-focused games and award the winner with a special treat. See who can do the most jumping jacks, complete the most push-ups, or run in place for the longest. Kids love the thrill of competition, especially with prizes involved.

When you get creative, your kids can enjoy thrilling activities year-round, no matter what the weather. Once summer does arrive, they can get in on the action at Camp Walt Whitman. Your kids will experience hiking, swimming, sports, and the arts, all amongst New England’s eye-catching scenery. With an experienced staff conducting seven-week programs, they’ll enjoy the adventure of summer camp all season long. Visit the website for more information or call (800) 657-8282 to schedule your tour today.

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