Our Programs

Camp Kinetic is a Summer Day Camp for children 5 – 10 years old. We have the Junior Camp Division for our 5-7 year olds and our Senior Camp Division for the 8-10 year olds. Camp runs Monday through Friday from 8.00am to 5.00pm with Before and After Care options to make drop off and pick up more convenient (6.30 – 8.00am and 5.00- 6.30pm).

Daily schedules are designed to allow each camper the opportunity to select their own activities matching their interests and challenging them to learn new skills.

A typical day at our summer day camp:

Rise and Shine – Breakfast time!

Welcome Everyone & Morning Cheer

Morning Programming– Team building exercises, academic work, focus discussions on weekly themes, arts & crafts, Yoga and Karate.

Lunch time – served family style for children to gather, eat and enjoy time together.

Supervised Free Time – we have allotted free time daily for our campers so that they can relax in a less structured environment with their peers or on their own. Activities can include: reading in the library, playing computer games, drawing, playing board games or just laying back and soaking up the sun. Counsellors will ensure absolute safety at all times.

Afternoon Programming – Outdoor Exploration where campers take advantage of the local area: a walk to the parks, splash pads and forest trails. Campers also participate in sports activities including on site basketball, soccer and volleyball and, bike riding or roller blading through the neighbourhood.

During their time at camp, children will have many opportunities to develop and strengthen life-skills that promote greater independence and self-confidence.

We also offer:

PA Days, Winter and March Break Programs –

Offered for children JK to 10 years old. Plan ahead and reserve your space for the day. Home-style meals and snacks are served.

Before & After School Care – School Age Program –

The primary goals of this program is to provide a comfortable, safe, and stimulating environment to effectively meet the needs of school-aged children. The teaching staffs strive to build a respectful classroom community while meeting individual needs through various activities which are experimental, self-discovering and challenging. The children are encouraged to complete their homework during this time and together the children learn to work with one another in a social setting and in group activities.