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Karate Camps

Karate camps are an ideal way to spend part of summer vacation. These camps are fun-filled, skill-building camps for kids aged 5-13. No previous training is required though there may be camps that are conducted based on the skill level of the child. As children advance in skill level, they earn different colored belts, from the white and yellow belts to the black belt. Kids at karate camps are matched up with others of approximately equal skill level. Also, this activity has been shown to be beneficial for kids with autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders. Children between the ages of 9 and 12 who are still developing mental and physical skills can gain a lot from karate camps.

Each day at a karate camp starts with a group meeting to talk about the activities of the day and the skills the kids will be working on. Karate camps also include physical fitness training as a necessary aspect of the daily routine. Kids are taught a variety of skills, from board breaking to sparring to intense self-defense, as well as a mix of other types of martial arts that might include judo, tai chi and others.

Children move every part of their bodies when they practice karate, getting a full-body workout and becoming more flexible and fit in due course. They get a lot of benefit from these camps aside from physical activity. Knowing how to defend him or herself will give a child a chance to survive or escape an attack, of course, but it offers other practical benefits such as improved health and fitness.

Common karate injuries will include bruises and scrapes and karate camps take care of this with first aid and other measures. It is advisable to visit the camp to ensure that children are getting correct treatment and training.

Other camp activities such as swimming, lunch, games, fitness training and field trips may or may not be included, depending on the depth of focus of the camp.

Karate camps teach children the same skills that have been practiced for thousands of years. The discipline has a philosophy of respect, courtesy and a positive attitude that inspires children to become more positive, respectful and courteous. Many students who take up the sport of karate look forward to advancing through the belt colors. Karate also serves as an alternative way to stay fit for children who are not interested in team sports or other forms of exercise. Children who attend karate camps have shown improved self-esteem and better self-confidence too.

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Bond Academy Day Camp

1500 Birchmount Road, Toronto, Ontario, M1P 2G5
Day camps can include care from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., should parents require this. Activities range from arts to science and many more.

Day Camp – Traditional

Toronto — Ontario
Bond Academy Day Camp

Camp Kirk

1083 Portage Road, Kirkfield, Ontario, K0M 2B0
Summer camp for children with special needs offering various activities including martial arts, leadership building, swimming and many other sports in a non-competitive and nurturing environment.

Overnight Camp – Special Needs

Northern Kawartha Lakes — Ontario
Camp Kirk

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Camp Mini-Yo-We

1878 Muskoka Road 10 W, RR 2, Port Sydney, Ontario, P0B 1L0
A Christian summer camp offering a variety of sports and activities, ranging from hiking to swimming to leadership building to arts.

Day & Overnight Camp – Traditional/Adventure

Huntsville — Ontario
Camp Mini-Yo-We

Camp Ak-O-Mak

240 Akomak Road, Ahmic Harbour, Ontario, P0A 1A0
A traditional summer camp with over 32 sports and camp activities, including swimming, tennis, canoeing, sailing and more.

Overnight Camp – Traditional

Parry Sound — Ontario
Camp Ak-O-Mak

Camp SMPCS

2246 Camilla Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5B 1N1
Located in central Mississagua, this summer camp offers a variety of sport and art activities for kids aged 2.5 to 10 with a uniquely montessori style.

Day Camp – Traditional/Sports

Mississauga — Ontario
Camp SMPCS

Canadian Adventure Camp

Adventure Island, Temagami, Ontario, P0H 2H0
This overnight summer camp in Temagami, in Northern Ontario, offers varying length sessions, sports and arts activities and so much more.

Overnight Camp – Traditional/Adventure

Temagami — Ontario
Canadian Adventure Camp

Discovery Day Camp

8569 Bayview Avenue, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 3M7
Science camp, sports camp and arts camp rolled into one (activities from robotics to soccer), this Toronto day camp also offers after care.

Day Camp – Traditional/Dance

Richmond Hill — Ontario
Discovery Day Camp

Olympia Sports Camp

2400 Limberlost Rd. RR#4, Huntsville, Ontario,
This northern Ontario summer camp puts the 'sports' in sports camp, from golf to hockey to martial arts to yoga and nearly everything between.

Overnight Camp – Sports

Huntsville — Ontario
Olympia Sports Camp

A.M.A. Karate Camp

108 Lakeshore Road East, Mississauga, Ontario, L5G 1E3
Mississauga kids camp focused on martial arts training, including karate and jiu-jitsu. The camp also includes arts and crafts, outdoor activities and field trips.

Day Camp – Sports

Mississauga — Ontario
A.M.A. Karate Camp

Camp Kennebec

1422 Cox Road, Arden, Ontario, K0H 1B0
Offers special needs kids a summer camp in eastern Ontario. Individualized programs and more than 50 activities including sports, arts and more.

Overnight Camp – Special Needs

Sharbot Lake — Ontario
Camp Kennebec

Camp Kodiak

200 Kodiak Road, McKellar, Ontario, P0G 1C0
Integrated residential summer camp for children & teens with and without ADHD, LD, NLD and AS. Social skills program, academic program and 50+ activities.

Overnight Camp – Special Needs

Parry Sound — Ontario
Camp Kodiak

Camp Robin Hood

10243 Reesor Road, Markham, Ontario, L6B 1A8
This summer camp in the Toronto suburb of Markham offers various arts and sports activities including archery, soccer and much more.

Day Camp – Traditional

Greater Toronto Area — Ontario
Camp Robin Hood

Camp Tamarack

1391 Stoneleigh Road, Bracebridge, Ontario, P1L1W9
Muskoka summer camp with sports like sailing, water skiiing and golf as well as arts programs like dance and drama.

Overnight Camp – Traditional

Bracebridge — Ontario
Camp Tamarack

Rutherford Private School Super Summer Camp

37 Jacob Keffer Prkwy, Concord, Ontario, L4K5N8
An exceptional summer camp in Vaughan offering 50+ unique activites on a huge campus with guyms, activity rooms, parks and lakes.

Day Camp – Traditional

Vaughan — Ontario
Rutherford Private School Super Summer Camp

YMCA Cedar Glen

13300 11th Concession, Schomberg, Ontario, L0G 1T0
Half an hour north of Toronto, this summer camp offers activities ranging from swimming to mountain biking. Camp includes an overnight program.

Overnight Camp – Traditional

Caledon — Ontario
YMCA Cedar Glen

Zodiac Day Camp

501 Arlington Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4N 1T7
Conveniently located for many GTA parents, this traditional kids day camp offers arts and sports activities, swimming and more.

Day Camp – Traditional

Toronto — Ontario
Zodiac Day Camp
 

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