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How Does Skill Level Factor into Future Stars Camps?

Posted by Jordan Snider on Jul 8, 2021 9:30:00 AM

One thing that often comes to mind when parents are looking to send their children to activity-based summer camps is the varying skill levels of campers.

“Will my child have fun even with no experience? He’s never played basketball before!”

With COVID beginning to ease up and summer camps looking like a safer option than before, we thought it would be a good idea to dive into how Future Stars accommodates campers of all skill levels.

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Topics: Camper experience, first time campers, child development

Sports and Child Development

Posted by Jordan Snider on Mar 27, 2017 5:00:38 AM

Your child is growing and building new skills every day. Even though sports seem mostly physical, they also include other areas of development. More specifically, all of the areas of development – cognitive, social, and emotional. Understanding the connection between what your child is doing right now, can do, will do, and might not do for a while, and athletic types of activities can help to make the most of your child's sporting experience. Learning about the sequence of child development, major milestones, and what to expect (and when) in terms of team play gives you the power to pick a sport that suits your child’s needs and abilities. So, what’s going on with your awesome athlete’s development? Check out the milestone markers that may directly affect what and how your child plays!

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Topics: parents, Views, skill level, child development

5 Reasons To Keep Playing Sports

Posted by Jordan Snider on Nov 10, 2016 7:30:43 AM

It’s quite common for lifelong sports fanatics to suddenly question whether there’s any point in playing team sports anymore. Here are five reasons why you absolutely should keep at it.

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Topics: health, success, Views, child development, scheduling

Team Sports and Child Development

Posted by Jordan Snider on Dec 24, 2014 3:00:00 AM

Synopsis: Social and emotional development is an important benefit of playing on a team. Parents and coaches can instill positive social behaviors and help players work together towards a common goal.

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Topics: team, Views, child development

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