Group 23’s second week of Camp was full of fun and spirit! Throughout the week we kept up the energy by doing cheers and participating in exciting activities. We began our instructional swim sessions, learning new strokes and skills that we could use during free swim. We then played competitive games of soccer, gaga, and baseball, cheering on our teammates and doing our best. Even though a thunderstorm swept Camp right before the holiday, we stayed in our unit shelter and drew picture books and learned new lanyard stitches. We picked the week right back up in LEGO robotics, where we learned how to code sequences to control our robots’ actions. We continued with Yomi-lectives and cheer offs, and although our week ended in rain, Group 23 knew just how to keep up our enthusiasm and continue the fun. We hope everyone has had a great Fourth of July as we look forward to our upcoming parent night!
It has been such a hot summer so far and we can’t wait to dive into even more summer fun at the pool! We started instructional swim this week and look forward to helping your camper build on their skills in the coming weeks.
Just as a reminder, each day campers have a free and instructional swim period. Campers receive swim instruction from American Red Cross Certified lifeguards and instructors. After each camper is evaluated on their swim skills, they are placed into their appropriate swim groups with respective bracelet color.
The swim levels are:
Blue: Wader, Splasher, and Guppy
Orange: Tadpole, Minnow, and Goldfish
Red: Catfish, Dolphin, Marlin, Barracuda, Shark, and Killer Whale
To get more information on the objectives of each swim level, please check out the document section located on the left side of your parent portal www.92y.org/mycamp. The levels are listed under “Swim Information 2018”.