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Healthy Kids! Summer Camp: Health, Fitness & Wellness Club (Ages 7-11)
Jackie Coppola, PT, DPT
In this class we will learn about different health topics, and have conversations about how we can improve our health and fitness!
The first part of each session of club (about 15 minutes) will be learning about a new topic of health and fitness (see topics below) primarily with the use of relevant image-filled slides. The second part of the class (about 15 minutes) will be an interactive conversation with the kids to get them thinking about their health and how they can implement what they learned! Demonstrations by Ms. Jackie of various types of exercise and displaying healthy foods to the learners will add fun to...
To help kids to understand healthy habits and to begin thinking about how they can make good decisions about their health!
Bachelors of Science Degree in Health Sciences Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree
There is one week during this summer camp (see schedule for specific dates in class description) that students will be learning about exercise and the importance of physical fitness. For this, having an open workout space, wearing proper exercise footwear, and having a water bottle ready is vital.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Parents, please note this class will be teaching about general tips for healthy eating and exercise for children. No specific individual instructions or personalized advice for each child is taught. Children will be encouraged to share their thoughts during the discussion portion. Safety is a top priority. There is one week during this summer camp (see schedule for specific dates in class description) that students will be learning about exercise and the importance of physical fitness. As a part of this week's topic, we will engage in a short exercise routine together. Whenever students are involved in a physical fitness routine, please be advised that in order to avoid any potential hazards or injuries, the following details need to be considered and made a priority to ensure safe participation: having an open workout space, wearing proper exercise footwear, having a water bottle ready, and taking part in adequate stretching beforehand. Injuries from tripping over or bumping into objects, injuries to feet/ankles/other areas from not wearing exercise footwear, dehydration from lack of water intake, and muscle strains without proper stretching can occur if the child is not properly supervised. Please take special care to oversee and prepare all of these areas. Thank you!
Resource list available upon request.
Meet the teacher
Hi everyone! I am so excited to be applying my many years of education, knowledge, and experience to teaching young students who are eager to learn! I am very thankful to have had the opportunity to attend college for seven and half years,...
$18weekly or $90 for 10 classes
2x per week, 5 weeks
Live video meetings
1-9 learners per class