Video Game Camp
6-Weeks of Skills, Strategy and Team Buildling!
Monday through Friday 830a-230p
Each program focuses on a specific genre of video games to help build interest, technique and community
Hosted by Operation Experience, Inc., this summer, help your gamer explore the value of in-person gaming!
With the fun and benefits of technology, there are its drawbacks. Many of our children are being diagnosed with ADHD and teachers have noticed and up-tick of disruptive behaviors. Our kids are in need of constant stimulation- or they get bored. And what happens when kids get bored? They find something to do! LOL!
Let's get ahead of them!
Before they find something to do-- let's give them something to do. And not just anything-- let's give them a sense of community with something they love!
Here is what we are noticing....
We hosted our first Video Game Club event last month. Our kids were in-person and having a great time. However, as one kid would win-- as they celebrated their success, the others would complain. As another would fall behind in a racing game and then just quit.
How can in-person gaming be a solution?
Week 1: Sports
Week 2: Adventure and Story Telling
July 3-7 (Closed the 4th)
Legend of Zelda:Twilight Princess
Week 3: RPG (Role Playing Games)
Build a character, elements of freedom, finding your play style
Week 4: Fighters
Tekken, Street Fighter and Smash Bros
Mario Franchise Games
For this genre of video games, we will focus on the skill of perseverance. There’s nothing like getting to the end and having to start over. Or spending so much time getting so far, only to mess up. Or even worse, messing up over and over-- struggling to make a small amount of progress.
July 31-Aug 4
TMNT, Castle Crashers, Streets of Rage
Side scroller games all mainly focus on the same aspect; teamwork. Everyone picks a character that brings something different to the experience. And through that diversity, they all work together to achieve a common goal.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you provide meals?
Meals are not provided. Please send labeled lunches. We do have toaster oven and microwave to warm meals. Snacks will be provided. Please alert us to any allergies.
What if I need to drop off or pick up early/later?
It is very important that we stick to the times for the camp. We are using a building that starts childcare outside of these hours. However, if you need early drop off/late pick ups, you may arrange that with Night Watch Childcare. Fees for them will apply.