Spring Break Activities Planned for Kindergarten-6th Graders

Iowa State University Extension

Iowa State University Extension

Are you looking for something fun and inexpensive to do over spring break on March 11-15? “Participants are going to have a blast meeting new people, doing hands-on activities, and gaining skills; we are so excited to be able to offer this experience for youth!” – Kathy Rothfus, YMCA Youth Coordinator. Any youth in Kindergarten-6th grade can take part in our fun-filled Wild’N’Wacky Wellness Week Day Camps. Cost to participate for the whole week is only $15.00! Cost includes all activities, snacks, crafts, and other supplies. Kindergarten-2nd graders will meet from 9:00 AM-Noon and 3rd-6th graders will meet from 1:00-4:00 PM
Camps will be held at the Mahaska County YMCA. Camps are a partnership between United Way of Mahaska County partner agencies 4-H Foundation, Mahaska County YMCA, and Kids’ Corner Child Care. Lots of fun activities have been planned for the week and we only have 15 open enrollment spots for each age group. Anyone already planning to take part in the spring break activities through the Y or Kids’ Corner, will not have to register separately through ISU Extension and Outreach.

Activities include:
Sports Introductions
Kickball, Soccer, T-Ball, Swimming & Dodgeball
Creative Snacks
Sporty Crafts
Teamwork Challenge
Gyro Ring, Lycra Tube, Helium Stick, The Bus, Giant Undies, Trolleys, Foggy Bridge Building, Mysterious Paper, Team Labyrinth, Group Juggle & many more!
Creative Snacks
Hands-on experiments
Both groups will play noodle hockey, do the obstacle course and play with scooters.
Register at ISU Extension & Outreach – Mahaska County by Monday, March 4.
The Extension office is located at 212 North I Street in Oskaloosa. Registration information can also be found online at www.extension.iastate.edu/mahaska.



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