GANBARU DETROIT NINJA GYM SUMMER CAMP
Our mission is to provide a safe, encouraging, fun and empowering environment where kids can develop physical and mental stamina, foster a love of movement, and develop important life skills and confidence.
The primary learning goals are that children:
- Learn obstacle navigation skills including Ninja, Parkour and Rock Climbing.
- Develop better strength, balance, coordination, agility, and conditioning.
- Learn how to become a positive force for change, work as a team, and to respect others.
Our certified parkour instructors will use fun games and drills to teach Ninja, Parkour and Rock-climbing techniques.
SMALL GROUP TIME
Campers will spend time connecting through fun discussions and activities that emphasis unity.
Fun small group activity including a Escape Room, Knocker ball, Water Balloon War and more.
Special guests and activities will round out each day and offer ninjas an opportunity to learn exciting new innovations from the past and future.
June, 15 - 19 The Time Machine
June 22 - 26 Under Construction
June 29 - July 3 The Time Machine
July 6 - 10 Under Construction
TIME MACHINE WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Monday: Prehistoric Adventures
Tuesday: Kings & Castles
Thursday: Tomorrow Land
Friday: 2020 Today
Half-Day: $165/week (Morning or Afternoons)
($25 Registration fee per/family)
$5 for 1/2 hour
$10 for 1 hour
Early drop off begins at 8:00 am; Late pick up ends at 4:30 pm. Picking up/dropping off a child more than 15 minutes before the start of camp/after the end of camp will result in an early drop/late pickup charge.
10% Sibling Discount
UNDER CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE
Monday: Fort Masters
Tuesday: Tool Box Time
Wednesday: Mine Craft Day
Thursday: Blueprint Fun
Friday: Ninja Course Builders
10:00 Skills Training
10:30 Fun Activities
11:00 Small Group
1:00 Special Presentation
2:15 Break/Snack (provided)
2:30 Free Play
New Ganbaru T-shirt included.
All Fridays end at noon.
Water activities on Thursdays.
We completely understand your concerns are doing all that we can to lower the risk of exposure to COVID19 and protect the health and safety of our campers. Below are a few precautions we are making:
We reduced the number of campers per week from 30 to 18.
Campers will be in small groups of 6 according to age and/or size.
Staff must wash hands after entering the MAC building and prior to entering the ninja gym
Staff will be screened with a touchless thermometer at the entrance of the ninja gym. If the reading is greater than 99.5 degrees F, the temperature should be repeated. If the 2nd reading is greater than 99.5 degrees F, the employee can not work that day and will be sent home.
To reduce the risk of spreading any air-borne pathogens, all employees are required to wear a face mask for their protection and the protection of the participants.
Campers must ensure that they arrive at least 15 minutes before camp start time. This extra time should allow the participant to wash their hands prior to entering the sports dome and to change out of the shoes that walked into the facility with and into shoes dedicated to using in the ninja gym.
To reduce the risk of spreading any air-borne pathogens, campers can (but are not required to ) wear a face mask for their protection and the protection of the participants.
Campers will line up at least 6 ft apart in marked areas painted on the floor.
Campers/Parents will be asked if any of them have felt feverish, been coughing, or have had difficulty breathing recently prior to entering the ninja arena.
Camper will be screened with a touchless thermometer at the entrance of the ninja gym. If the reading is greater than 99.5 degrees F, the temperature should be repeated. If the 2nd reading is greater than 99.5 degrees F, the employee can not work that day and will be sent home.
Each participant/parent will be required to sign a new waiver including information about COVID-19 stating that they will inform us if the child or family member has had any symptoms related to COVID-19
Staff will check each participant in and check off that they stated they are clear of symptoms in the official Roster.
Campers will give each student in front of them 6 feet of space while waiting in line and while performing obstacles
If someone is slower than the person behind them, the faster student will be required to patiently wait for the other student or may switch in line with the discretion of the staff.
If a participant is repeatedly coughing, sneezing, or demonstrates concerning shortness of breath, that participant may be screened with a touchless thermometer and/or removed from the gym activity for the day.
Camper will sit 6 feet apart from anyone they do not live with during lunch and snack time.
Thumb sucking and nose picking will be called out and campers will be rewarded for discontinuing these types of habits while in the gym.
The gym equipment and obstacles will be wiped down with antibacterial cleansers before and after each group activity.
A no-wipe antibacterial disinfectant solution will be sprayed on all furniture, obstacles, and equipment at the end of each day.
We are adding to these procedures each day so please visit our website for updates. Last update: June 9, 2020.