KidsGames

 

2019 Theme: Speak Life

 

Week 1 : June 24 – 28

Week 2 : July 7 – 12

Week 3 : July 15 – 19

Week 4 : July 22 – 26

Cost: $100 per child per week

 








VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! CLICK ON ADULT OR YOUTH BELOW TO REGISTER TODAY!


KidsGames

The Best Kid Thing On Earth!

2019 Theme: Speak Life

Week 1 : June 24 – 28

Week 2 : July 7 – 12

Week 3 : July 15 – 19

Week 4 : July 22 – 26

Cost: $100 per child per week

 

 

 








Kids Registration is now open! Click on Child Registration below to register today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer isn’t summer without KidsGames!

2019 Theme: Speak Life

Week 1 : June 24 – 28

Week 2 : July 7 – 12

Week 3 : July 15 – 19

Week 4 : July 22 – 26

Cost: $100 per child per week

REGISTER NOW

If you have any questions or need help with anything please email us at kidsgames@northcoastcalvary.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 Theme: Speak Life

Week 1 : June 24 – 28

Week 2 : July 7 – 12

Week 3 : July 15 – 19

Week 4 : July 22 – 26

Cost: $100 per child per week

KidsGames is 4, one-week-long camps for kids from age 4 through 6th grade that uses sports and creative arts to teach positive values. Children are given the chance to learn through sports, art and other creative electives, build new friendships, and serve the community through a compassion project.  It is an amazing week of experiential learning unlike anything else on the planet.   It really is the BEST KID THING ON EARTH! At KidsGames kids learn:

  • Positive life values through games and experiential learning
  • How to build friendships
  • The joy of serving their community
  • How fun and learning go hand-in-hand

1st – 6th Grade Program This program, also held at NCCC from 8:30am-12:30pm, is open to children entering 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade in the fall. Children are placed in small groups according to gender and elective selected. In addition to the electives, children rotate through other activities each day including Large Group Teaching and Small Group time.

We listened to you! Many parents wanted more elective options available, particularly in the most popular electives like boot camp and cooking. It was a daunting logistical task, but we found a way for kids to do two electives each day of KidsGames. This also opens up more space in the more crowded electives.  This year, kids will choose a track with two pre-paired electives. So while, kids cannot choose electives a la carte, they do have more options, like being able to do boot camp AND cooking, or science and soccer. Sign-up early for best options.  If you have any questions or need help with anything please email us at kidsgames@northcoastcalvary.org.

1st-3rd Electives (Talk to your child before signing up. Electives cannot be switched.)

Armor Up! (weeks 2 & 4) Kids will learn about the armor of God as they make helmets, shields and swords for play battles

Art (4 weeks) Express your creative side in this super fun elective.

Basketball (4 weeks) Pass, shoot and score! Learn drills and proper technique and enjoy the game!

Boot Camp (4 weeks) Bring your own Nerf guns! Come ready to build forts & be pushed beyond limits.

Cooking (4 weeks) Get ready to create and cook! Be sure to sign up early for this popular elective.

Cheer (girls only) (weeks 1 & 3) Learn cheerleading moves and cheers and perform on Friday.

Dance (girls only) (weeks 2 & 4) Dance like Nobody’s watching! Perform on Friday.

Flag Football (boys only) (4 weeks) Ready, set, hike! All the fun of traditional football without the pads or pain.

Jedi Training (weeks 1 & 3) May the Force be with you! Build your light saber and fight the dark side.

Photography (4 weeks) Bring KidsGames to life through your lens.

Science (4 weeks) Explore and have fun in the crazy wonderful world of science.

Soccer (weeks 1 & 3) Come and work on your skills in this popular international sport.

Tool Time (4 weeks) Building things with your hands builds your brain! Tool Time is all about hammering, sawing, drilling and creating

Ultimate Team Challenge (4 weeks) Agility courses, strength and brain challenges, Gaga ball and 9-square tournaments, can your team over come the obstacles to triumph?

Volleyball (weeks 2 & 4) Ready, Set, Spike! Learn drills and proper technique and enjoy the game!

 

4th-6th Electives (Talk to your child before signing up. Electives cannot be switched.)

Art (4 weeks) Express your creative side in this super fun elective.

Basketball (4 weeks) Pass, shoot and score! Learn drills and proper technique and enjoy the game!

Boot Camp (4 weeks) Bring your own Nerf guns! Come ready to build forts & be pushed beyond limits.

Cooking (4 weeks) Get ready to create and cook! Be sure to sign up early for this popular elective.

Cheer (girls only) (weeks 1 & 3) Learn cheerleading moves and cheers and perform on Friday.

Dance (girls only) (weeks 2 & 4) Dance like Nobody’s watching! Perform on Friday.

Duct Tape Warfare (weeks 2 & 4) Back by popular demand, kids will craft their medieval armor out of cardboard and duct tape before mock invasions of enemy territory

Flag Football (boys only) (4 weeks) Ready, set, hike! All the fun of traditional football without the pads or pain.

Jedi Training (weeks 1 & 3) May the Force be with you! Build your light saber and fight the dark side.

Photography (4 weeks) Bring KidsGames to life through your lens.

Science (4 weeks) Explore and have fun in the crazy wonderful world of science.

Skateboarding (4 weeks) Experience the World of Skateboarding, don’t forget to check out the half pipe!

Soccer (weeks 1 & 3) Come and work on your skills in this popular international sport.

Tool Time (4 weeks) Building things with your hands builds your brain! Tool Time is all about hammering, sawing, drilling and creating

Ultimate Team Challenge (4 weeks) Agility courses, strength and brain challenges, Gaga ball and 9-square tournaments, can your team over come the obstacles to triumph?

Volleyball (weeks 2 & 4) Ready, Set, Spike! Learn drills and proper technique and enjoy the game.

 

 

 

2019 Theme: Speak Life

Week 1 : June 24 – 28

Week 2 : July 7 – 12

Week 3 : July 15 – 19

Week 4 : July 22 – 26

Cost: $100 per child per week

KidsGames is 4, one-week-long camps for kids from age 4 through 6th grade that uses sports and creative arts to teach positive values. Children are given the chance to learn through sports, art and other creative electives, build new friendships, and serve the community through a compassion project.  It is an amazing week of experiential learning unlike anything else on the planet.   It really is the BEST KID THING ON EARTH! At KidsGames kids learn:

  • Positive life values through games and experiential learning
  • How to build friendships
  • The joy of serving their community
  • How fun and learning go hand-in-hand

KU Program (Kindergarten & 4 year olds) This program is for children age 4 (by June 5th, 2018) or entering Kindergarten in the fall. It is held at NCCC from 8:45am-12:15pm. During this fun-filled, high-energy program, children rotate in preassigned, mixed-gender groups to a variety of activities including Sports, Crafts, Jumpies, Music, and Bible Story.  The time spent together in these activities enables kids to develop close friendships with other campers and leaders.  This program is separate from the 1st-3rd or 4th-6th programs.  If you have any questions or need help with anything please email us at kidsgames@northcoastcalvary.org.

 

Amazing Opportunity – Volunteer & Get Involved! The aim of KidsGames is to allow children to learn through play in a variety of ways. Whether in sport or creative art, children learn about themselves and build friendships. They are taught Biblical values through music, drama and games; and participate in a project serving the global community. We offer childcare free of charge for our Adult Volunteers from infants to 3-year-olds. If you need childcare, you must sign up on the childcare registration online.  If you have any questions or need help with anything please email us at kidsgames@northcoastcalvary.org.

REGISTRATION FORTHCOMING

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Service Areas:

  • Coach (Must have experience and are 18 or older)): Work with Coach Coordinator to put together and prepare elective assigned. If needed purchase items for said elective. Run and oversee elective with Coaching Assistant. Set-up and Tear down of elective daily. Assure Small Group Guides are interacting with their group during the elective.
  • Coaching Assistant (Must have experience and are 15 or older): Assist Lead Coach with the running and operation of elective assigned.
  • Small Group Guide 1st-6th: Oversee a group of 8-9, 1st – 6th graders during the hours of KidsGames. Will work with another Small Group guide to assure group gets to Electives, Fun Games, Large Group, Small Group, Snack and Bathrooms during the hours of KidsGames.
  • Small Group Guide KU: Oversee a small group of 5-6 (4 & 5 years olds) during the hours of KidsGames. Escorting group to several different Zones, Snack and Large Group areas.
  • Zone Leader (KU): Set-up, tear down, coordinating and monitoring of Zones for KU children. Zones are Sports, Crafts and Bounce Houses.
  • Special Needs Buddy: Work one on one with child with special needs who is attending KidsGames. This may be a child with autism, down syndrome, social anxiety and other special needs. Will be given specific details by POD Coordinator of child you would be working with and their needs.
  • 3 & Under: Watching volunteers children who are the ages of 3 & Under. Assisting 3 & Under lead with program and snack designed for this age group.
  • Operations – Guest Services: Greet parents and kids each day, direct parents and kids to area they should be in, assist with t-shirt distro, sell closing lunch tickets, daily kids donation count, monitor bath cleanliness, assist other areas as needed.
  • Operations – Closing Ceremonies: Assist Closing Lead with the set-up, food service and clean-up of Fridays closing lunch celebration.
  • Operations – Snack: Assist Snack Lead with the set-up and clean up of Snack each day of KidsGames.
  • Operations – 1st Aid: Assist the Nurse in 1st Aid room to administer 1st aid to kids and volunteers during the hours of kids games. Will be advised by Nurse of what to do with each incident. Will make sure proper documentation of each incident is followed.
  • Operations – Generosity / Fun Games: Assist with the set-up, facilitating and tear down of Generosity Project on Wed of KidsGames. Assist with set-up, overseeing and teardown of Fun Games on Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri if KidsGames.
  • Safety Team: Will work with Safety Leaders to insure the safety of the campus, the kids and all volunteers during the hours of KidsGames operations.
  • POD Leader: Will be contacted by POD Coordinator for 1st – 6th or KU with detailed instructions of the position.
  • Facilities Crew: Work with Admin and Operations Team Leads on several areas to be set-up, cleaned up, and monitored throughout the hours of KidsGames.

Amazing Opportunity – Volunteer & Get Involved! Each year over 500 youth volunteers dedicate their time to invest in the lives of children.  We could not do KidsGames without you! Don’t forget you can earn community service hours (20 – 25 hours per week) for your school for volunteering–be sure to ask your leader about this. Our youth volunteers play a very active and vital role in our program  This is a special opportunity to serve others while building relationships with young children. Consistency is very important in developing relationships throughout the week. The children look forward to seeing you and miss you when you are not there. We plan for and need you to be there every day. If that is not possible, please let us know on your registration.  If you have any questions or need help with anything please email us at kidsgames@northcoastcalvary.org.

REGISTRATION FORTHCOMING

Service Areas:

  • Coaching Assistant (Must have experience and must be 15 or older): Assist Lead Coach with the running and operation of elective assigned.
  • Small Group Guide 1st-6th: Oversee a group of 8-9, 1st – 6th graders during the hours of KidsGames. Will work with another Small Group guide to assure group gets to Electives, Fun Games, Large Group, Small Group, Snack and Bathrooms during the hours of KidsGames.
  • Small Group Guide KU: Oversee a small group of 5-6 (4 & 5 years olds) during the hours of KidsGames. Escorting group to several different Zones, Snack and Large Group areas.
  • Zone Leader (KU): Set-up, tear down, coordinating and monitoring of Zones for KU children. Zones are Sports, Crafts and Bounce Houses.
  • Special Needs Buddy: Work one on one with child with special needs who is attending KidsGames. This may be a child with autism, down syndrome, social anxiety and other special needs. Will be given specific details by POD Coordinator of child you would be working with and their needs.
  • 3 & Under: Watching volunteers children who are the ages of 3 & Under. Assisting 3 & Under lead with program and snack designed for this age group.
  • Operations – Guest Services: Greet parents and kids each day, direct parents and kids to area they should be in, assist with t-shirt distro, sell closing lunch tickets, daily kids donation count, monitor bath cleanliness, assist other areas as needed.
  • Operations – Closing Ceremonies: Assist Closing Lead with the set-up, food service and clean-up of Fridays closing lunch celebration.
  • Operations – Snack: Assist Snack Lead with the set-up and clean up of Snack each day of KidsGames.
  • Operations – 1st Aid: Assist the Nurse in 1st Aid room to administer 1st aid to kids and volunteers during the hours of kids games. Will be advised by Nurse of what to do with each incident. Will make sure proper documentation of each incident is followed.
  • Operations – Generosity / Fun Games: Assist with the set-up, facilitating and tear down of Generosity Project on Wed of KidsGames. Assist with set-up, overseeing and teardown of Fun Games on Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri if KidsGames.
  • Facilities Crew: Work with Admin and Operations Team Leads on several areas to be set-up, cleaned up, and monitored throughout the hours of KidsGames.

 

 

KidsGames is truly “The Best Kid Thing on Earth” unfortunately not all kids get to participate due to family financial difficulties.  Here at NCCC we strive to never turn a child away because they can not pay.

That’s where YOU come in!  As a sponsor, you have the ability to pledge money to help support a child and allow them to experience all that KidsGames has to offer.  Last year we were able to give away $11,000 in scholarship…thanks to our amazing sponsors like you! There are several donation options to choose from.  If you wish to donate more then is allowable on the form please reach out to Miki Montoya at mikim@northcoastcalvary.org and she can assist you further with your donation.

Don’t forget all donations are tax deductible and you will receive a contribution statement at the end of the year.  In order to get your tax deduction, you will need to fill the form out completely.  If you wish to remain anonymous that is not a problem, just click on the amount you wish to donate and move forward with the payment.

Thank you for your donation and allowing a child to check out “The Best Kid Thing on Earth!”

Click Here to Sponsor a Child for KidsGames!

 

 

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) HOW CAN PARENTS AND TEENS HELP WITH KIDSGAMES? There are a variety of ways to serve at KidsGames and help make this a great week for for the kids! Our biggest need is Guides (small group leaders) and Assistant Coaches. Review the volunteer section on the child registration form to indicate your availability to help. It’s a wonderful opportunity to experience the fun of KidsGames with your child and to make friends with other parents! This is also a great opportunity for teens to earn their community service hours! If you’d like to donate money to help a kid come to KidsGames, you can make a donation at the KidsGames booth during weekend services or on our website (click on KidsGames > Scholarship Donations).  

WHAT CAN MY YOUNGER CHILD DO WHILE I VOLUNTEER? Childcare will be provided at no charge for children (ages 3 & under) for volunteers ONLY. (You must register your child/children that need childcare when you register yourself).

WHAT IF MY CHILD HAS A PEANUT ALLERGY? KidsGames is committed to having a peanut-free campus. Parents are welcome to send a snack with their child if the child has food allergies and it is of concern. Please list all allergies on your child’s registration form.  

WHAT IF I HAVE A FINANCIAL HARDSHIP? NCCC would like for all children who desire to participate in KidsGames to have that opportunity. If you have a financial hardship, please email Miki Montoya @ mikim@northcoastcalvary.org. Scholarships are limited to only 1 week so register early. You will be emailed a form to fill out and then someone will contact you to discuss more in detail.  (DO NOT register your child online if you are requesting a scholarship until you have been given further instructions).

MY KINDERGARTNER REALLY WANTS TO BE WITH HIS 1ST GRADE BROTHER? CAN I DO THAT? Unfortunately, no. We have set up each program to be age-appropriate with activities and lessons geared towards the designated age group. Placing younger children in older groups changes the makeup of the entire group. We encourage parents to think of KidsGames as an opportunity for their young children to make new friends and grow in their comfort of new situations.  

WHAT IS THE CLOSING CELEBRATION? Each year we like to close KidsGames with a celebration spotlighting the events of the week. This is a great opportunity to meet some of your child’s new friends and get a taste of what they’ve done each day. The Closing Celebration will begin at NCCC at 12:15pm on Friday. Lunch will be available (tickets must be purchased during the week of KidsGames). Don’t miss it!  

HOW MANY ELECTIVES DOES MY 1ST-3RD/4TH-6TH GRADE CHILD CHOOSE? Good question! He/She will participate in only one elective. We ask that you choose two electives because some electives fill up and we need to move on to the next choice. Please list 2 different choices when registering. Please check w/ your child to make sure you register them for the elective of their choice (it CAN NOT be changed later.)

MY CHILD HAS INVITED A FRIEND, AND THEY WANT TO BE TOGETHER. WHAT DO I DO? We understand this and try to honor it whenever possible! Here’s how you can help.

    4’s/Kindergarten Program– Boys and Girls are mixed at this age, and no elective is chosen. Simply communicate with your child’s friend to make sure both children are requesting each other and are listing each other on their registration forms.

    1st-3rd & 4th-6th Grade Program- If your 1st-3rd or 4th-6th grade child would like to be with a friend, please make sure they are the same gender and signing up for the SAME elective. Also, requests must be mutual. Friends need to write each others’ names on their registration forms.  

HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED? There are several amazing opportunities to help. You can sign up to help when registering your child. Go to the Volunteer Registration tab above for more information.

WHAT IF I NEED TO CANCEL? Please email Miki Montoya at mikim@northcoastcalvary.org. Refunds are as follows: iIf canceled before June 1st you will receive a FULL refund.  If canceled after June 1st you will receive a 50% refund. If canceled on or after the Monday of the week you registered for or if you are a no-show there is NO refund.

 

 

 

 

 

KidsGames 2019 Song List Forthcoming

 

 

 

 

 

KidsGames

The Best Kid Thing On Earth!