We offer Full-Day and Half-Day camp options for kids, ages 4-14, with groupings by age and skill level. A full-day session runs from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, morning sessions from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm and afternoon sessions from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
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Geared for children between the ages of 4-7 years of age, this mini tennis camp utilizes Tennis Canada’s Progressive Curriculum, using Mini-Tennis equipment and Red Tennis Balls to ensure children’s optimal success. The camp is based on Long Term Athlete Development principles and focuses on skill development, acquiring new tennis skills through a games-based approach. Participants will be introduced to fundamental movement skills required for tennis and there will be a strong emphasis on cooperative play as well as technical and tactical development.
Geared for children between the ages of 7-9 years of age, this mini tennis camp utilizes Tennis Canada’s Progressive Curriculum using Mini-Tennis equipment and Orange Tennis Balls to ensure children’s optimal success. The camp is based on Long Term Athlete Development principles and focuses on skill development, acquiring new tennis skills through a games-based approach. Participants will be introduced to fundamental movement skills required for tennis and there will be a strong emphasis on cooperative play as well as technical and tactical development.
This Tennis Camp is offered as a half-day and Full Day camp with a morning session from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, an afternoon session from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm or a Full-Day session from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, for participants between the ages of 8 - 14. The camp has been designed for participants who would love to improve their tennis skills. This camp will involve a combination of tennis drills, match play sessions, some strength & injury prevention training, and conditioning for footwork, speed and agility training whilst also developing the team working, leadership and social skills of participants through alternative activities.
|8:45 am||AM Half-Day & Full-day campers arrive|
|9 - 9:15 am|
Stretching & Warm-ups
|9:15 am - 12 pm||Tennis Instruction, Drills, Strategy work|
|12 pm||AM Half-day campers depart|
|12 - 1 pm||(Full-day campers) Lunch break, rest, optional tennis|
|1 pm||PM Half-day campers arrive|
1 - 4 pm
Tennis Instruction, Drills, Strategy work
Tennis program, match play, doubles & drills
|4 pm||All campers sign out and depart|
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Who are the coaches?
Where do the camps take place?
Do the campers need to wear a mask while playing tennis?
No, the campers do not need to wear a mask when playing tennis on the court. However, all patrons and campers are required to wear a mask when entering the facility and at all times when they are in the indoor facility, including in the locker rooms and during breaks
What should the campers bring?
Full-Day: Lunch, snacks, a water bottle, a hat and sunscreen. A tennis racket if the camper has one. If not, the camper can borrow one from ATC.
Is there a break during the camp?
What are the multi-sport activities?
Bean Bag Toss – a fun game for the younger players, a very simple but effective way to practice underhand and overhead throwing that
works on aim and accuracy, besides teamwork mentality and resiliency! Great for
the Minis and the Progressive players.
Mini Basketball Game – we all know how basketball can be a very fun way to develop
teamwork, passing skills, balance and agility! The kids love this game, and we
love to run it in our multi-sport Nike Summer Camps as a way to enhance tennis learning.
Mini Football Passing Game – we use the incredible fun that football can create and modify the rules so it’s safe and enjoyable (no tackling!). Kids can improve their catching and throwing skills, alongside teamwork and team mentality with this fantastic game, it’s all sweat and all fun!
Mini Rugby Passing Game – we use the incredible fun that rugby can create and modify the rules so it’s safe and enjoyable (no tackling). Kids can improve their catching and throwing skills, alongside teamwork and team mentality with this fantastic game, it’s all sweat and all fun!
Baseball with soft foam tennis balls – This is a modality we use for outdoors,
with weather permitting. Nothing spells brain strategy plus teamwork like
baseball! We create the atmosphere; your kids enjoy and play! Great for
hand-eye coordination, so it’s a great complement for tennis.
Plastic Hockey Sticks and softballs - This is a modality we use for outdoors,
with weather permitting. This is a fantastic complement for tennis, maneuvering
the hockey stick creates a great positive transfer to racquet sports, and let’s
not even mention how much fun this can be on grass, we have hockey goals that
complement the experience and plenty of space outside for kids to practice
Soccer with nets – This is one of the most popular multi-sport components we have.
Kids love soccer and soccer loves kids! The footwork necessary to handle the
ball really helps tennis, and the teamwork mentality is a bonus!
***Please notice all these multi-sports components are
introduced with the objective to create fun, engagement, and the coordination
necessary to enhance the participant’s tennis experience! Not all sports may be
delivered every week, due to weather conditions.