Summer Programs - Canal Fulton


 Camps


Organized Sports at The Rock, 709 Elmridge Ave, Canal Fulton,  ages 5-10, Mon-Fri, June 25-29 and July 16-20, 9:00-1:00 (includes lunch and Tshirt),   This day camp provides an introduction to basic skills needed for a variety of sports.  Children will have the opportunity to practice teamwork principles while working on gross motor development, coordination skills, motor planning and body strengthening.  Each day will focus on a different sport and provide the children with instructions on sport specific skills, play based sport activities, and more!  Lunch is provided each day.  Camp will be led by a physical therapist and a speech-language pathologist. cost $300

Early Literacy,  location TBA, ages 4-6, Mon – Fri, June 18-22, 11:30-12:30.    Literacy camp will focus on sound/letter correspondence, "sound cousins" (like "p" and "b" that are made and sound mostly the same but are a little different), putting sounds together to make simple words, and breaking down sounds to read them.  We will incorporate all our senses as we practice-listening to the sounds, seeing what they look like in words, drawing words into different textures, and maybe even eating our sound letter creations - for lots of fun!  cost $100

Bike Camp at the Canal Fulton Tow Path, ages 5-10, Mon-Thurs, June 11-14 and July 30-Aug 2, 9:30-10:30.  This program is designed to teach children of all abilities how to ride a bicycle without training wheels.  This program is beneficial for children who show an interest in riding a bike, follow instructions, and are physically able to pedal.  Children will gain self-confidence and independence while learning to ride!  This group will be led by a physical therapist.  cost $75

 Groups

Wednesday  12:30-1:30 at EJ Therapy, 10870-1 Portage St NW, Canal Fulton

Fine Motor Group —  develop fine motor skills needed for writing, cutting, hand strengthening, through games, crafts, sensory play, and fun activities. Also great for developing social skills . This group helps your child develop the fine motor skills needed to for grasping writing utensils, handwriting, cutting, drawing and coloring to help prepare them for success in school.  Through strengthening activities, sensory play, crafts, games and fun activities trained therapists will help your child gain needed fine motor skills and hand strength they need to help them gain pre-writing and handwriting skills.  The group setting will also give them opportunities to learn and practice their social needs or typical children who need some extra practice fine tuning for improving their fine motor shills.  Activities are planned and adjusted to meet the needs of each individual child at their level to promote optimal success! Appropriate for ages 4-6.  June 6-27 (4 weeks), cost $175,  July 11-Aug 15 (6 weeks)cost $250

 

Monday 1:30-2:30 EJ Therapy, 10870-1 Portage St NW, Canal Fulton

Social Skills Group - Fun, safe environment to develop social skills, team work, problem solving, appropriate peer interaction, self esteem, led by a speech therapist.  June 20– Aug 1 (6 weeks), cost $270

Handwriting - one on one -  There are often not enough minutes in the school day for teachers to focus the time necessary to really learn good handwriting skills, either print or cursive.  Yet handwriting is a skill that is very important for children to master for academic success.  Occupational therapy specializes in assessing and treating fine and visual motor skills, and they are handwriting experts.  If you child struggles with handwriting legibility, proper letter formations, pencil grasp, etc., some extra practice and instruction in this area over the summer could greatly impact his or her success upon returning to school in the fall.  Our one-on-one sessions use a multi-sensory handwriting approach to help teach kids proper handwriting skills in a fun and successful way!  Call our office for an appointment.  Most insurances accepted.