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Sports, swimming, arts & crafts, field trips, music, archery, dance, cooking – your child will do it all while making new friends and connecting with Jewish role-model counselors.
Our progressive Kid Camp program allows campers to choose their own activity – a method proven to strengthen decision-making skills and build self-confidence!
Full-day Kid Campers attend weekly field trips to exciting destinations each Wednesday! 4th-6th graders attend an additional trip on Tuesdays. We offer a great camp option for our youngest campers (rising Pre-K to 1st grade). It is a half day program on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 9:00am – 1:00pm.
New to Summer 2020 is ITC Away at Camp for rising 3rd-5th graders. With this exciting new program, our campers will get to experience the fun of day camp at ITC, then spend a few memorable nights at away camp!
Kid Camp is for rising K – 6th grade (half day available for PreK)
ITC maintains at least 6 campers to every 1 counselor
June 1 – July 31, 2020
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS, & THURSDAYS
These days begin with bunk meetings which help develop valuable social and emotional skill by getting to know each other and making plans for the day. Campers spend the day participating in co-ed, one-hour self-selected activities including sport, arts & crafts, water slides, nature, swimming, science, dance, and more! Bunks come together mid-morning for a spirited all-camp shira (song session). On Thursdays, we hold ITC’s Got Talent — a fun show where campers can showcase their unique talents.
Field-trip day! Campers travel to locations including the aquarium, a trampoline park, the Chattahoochee River, a roller-skating rink, and so many more. Every week brings a new adventure and opportunity for campers to connect through unique, shared experiences.
Shabbat is a special day spent together—completing a meaningful service project, racing through a ninja obstacle course like Israeli soldiers, celebrating Israel through cooking, dancing, and art, and….the possibility of an epic Color War.
The day concludes with Oneg Shabbat, camper awards, singing, and a slideshow. Your child returns home with a mazel tov award certificate and countless stories to share at the dinner table.