Specialty Camps

For Campers K – 8th

All campers are invited to participate in one (or more) of our exciting specialty camps!  With so many choices, we have something for everyone!  Certain camps are only available for specific age groups. All campers need to bring a water bottle, dairy lunch (if not a purchased JCC lunch), swim suit, towel, sunscreen and wear tennis shoes, t-shirt, short/sweats, and socks. Also appropriate equipment where noted in descriptions. Snacks will be provided.

Online registration to all the fun Specialty Camps we are offering in 2019 will open January 13th!


Sailing Camp

June 3 – June 7 and July 15 – 19
2nd – 8th grade

By the end of the week students will be able to sail from point A to B with minimal or no help from instructors, even with no previous experience. Students will know the steps to putting a boat in the water and rigging it. Student will know, possibly with partners help, how to completely rig their boat and get it ready to sail. Students will be able, possibly with partners help, completely put boat -parts-rig away at the end of the day.

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Theatre Camp with Gallery Players

The Lion King
June 11 – June 28
1st – 8th grade

Calling all aspiring young actors! This popular camp will teach students what it takes to become an actor. Learn basic theatre terminology, what goes into a production, how to build a scene and a character, and how to conquer stage fright. Students will also learn about the audition process and how they can do their best at their next audition.  Campers will be performing three live performances.

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Code Monsters – Visual Game Coding

June 17 – 21
K and 1st grade – Afternoon
2nd and 3rd grade – Morning
Kids Visual Game coding Scratch

Give your kids a head start by learning how to code.
Students will get to code and create their own computer games by dragging and dropping LEGO-styled blocks on the screen. Kids will learn how to use Scratch, a computer programming platform developed by MIT that is used extensively worldwide to introduce coding to kids. This class will improves students’ critical thinking, logic, and creativity. It teaches kids to solve problems effectively.
Kids will also focus on Algorithm and logic thinking using Pseudo coding, explore the advantage of re-usable codes using functions and learn how to pass arguments into functions
No prior knowledge of computer programming is required; however, students should know how to use the mouse to navigate around the computer screen.

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Code Monsters – Visual Game Coding

June 24 – 28
K and 1st grade – Afternoon
2nd and 3rd grade – Morning
Creating Your First Iphone/Ipad Mobile Game (2-5 age 8 – 12)

This is a course designed very similar to our Visual Game Coding using Scratch. The only difference is the platform. This coding curriculum will be taught on the IOS platform like the Ipad/Iphone. It employs LEGO-styled blocks for the instructions and all programming constructs will be taught. Kids will also focus on Algorithm and logic thinking using Pseudo coding, a tool that is very useful to break up complex problems into smaller pieces.
Apple Ipad will be provide for the kids and there will be no sharing of device.
No prior knowledge of computer programming is required; however, students should know how to navigate using an Ipad.

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Camp Wise Weekend Experience

July 12 – 13

Camp Wise Week Experience

July 14 – 19
2nd grade and up

Swimming, boating, jet skiing, tubing, inflatable water trampolines, tennis, archery and mountain biking, campfires, singing and dancing, Arts & crafts, climbing tower, a magical camp Shabbat and havdallah, delicious kosher meals, special activities, horse stables and more. It’s like four weeks of Camp Wise squeezed into one amazing weekend of fun all in the beautiful wooded surroundings of Chardon. 
(For campers who have not participated before)

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Horseback Riding Camp at Stealaway Horse Farm

July 23 – 26
1st – 3rd graders
4-day camp

Campers will enjoy riding time, learning to care for horses, horse related/skill building games and craft related to horses. Hunters Creek Equestrian Center is located down the road from Camp Hoover.

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Taste of Camp Livingston – 2 Days

June 28 – 30
2nd grade and up

A waterfront with canoes, kayaks and AquaPark; a low and high ropes course and climbing wall; a swimming pool; endless hiking trails; a baseball diamond, tennis courts, a volleyball court, basketball courts, archery and athletic fields; a state-of-the art theater; and an arts and crafts center. It’s like four weeks squeezed into two amazing days of fun.

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Cookie Decorating Camp

July 15 – July 19
K and 1st grade – Afternoon
2nd and 3rd grade – Morning

Are your children always “helping” in the kitchen, asking to bake and decorate cookies? Roll up your sleeves, feel the dough between your fingers and get ready to bake and decorate. Whether your child is interested in becoming a baker or wants to learn the ins and outs of baking and decorating then Cookie Decorating Camp is a must!

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Art Camp with Amy Neiwirth

July 29 – August 2
1st – 3rd grade – Afternoon

Each day will be a mystery as we will use different materials and techniques to create artistic projects that stimulate the imagination.

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Code Monsters – Robotics Programing

July 22 – 26
4th – 8th grade

Lets build a working robot that kids can bring home at the end of the camp. And lets program the robot intuitively using graphical means and also the traditional classic way. This one-of-a-kind course teach kids robotic programming using unique approach. We first introduce and discuss all components needed for the robot build before actually building it. Once the robot is completed, we will program ( give intelligent ) the robot in 2 ways. The fun graphical drag n drop way and the traditional classic way.

This robotics class unlike others is fun, and engaging. It provides learning experience for kids who love graphical programming and also for kids ready to move on beyond graphical programming using professional programming language (c++). No prior knowledge of robotic programming is required for this course.

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