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Mini Mav Kids

Session I - Sports Development

Saturdays this spring - March 28 - May 2
10 A.M. - 11 A.M. | 003 H&K | Ages 3-5

UNO Mav Kids and the National Alliance of Youth Sports is running two Start Smart Programs this spring: Sports Development is a six-week instructional program that help parents work one-on-one with their children while teaching them the basics of sports. The Sport Development program will cover throwing, catching, kicking and batting. The sport specific programs will work with technical basics along with focus on the basics of the sport.  Registration price is for child and parent teams (parent must attend and participate with the child).

Student/Member: $45 | Non-member: $55
Click here to sign up for Mini Mav Kids

*Cost includes a program workbook and participant guide.


Mav Kids Summer Day Camp 2020

Exploring the Dimensions of Wellness

June 1 - July 24 (no camp the week of June 29-July 3)

Mav Kids Summer Day Camp is a recreational day camp offering seven separate, one-week sessions that provide educational theme-based instruction allowing social interaction of campers with each other and the UNO community. The mission is to provide unique camping experiences within the safety of the UNO campus community, to develop and maintain respect for people, places and objects by developing youth leadership skills, to develop the ability to achieve goals through hands-on learning, communication and team-building activities, and to explore new frontiers.

  • Registration now open!  CLICK HERE to register.

  • Camp hours are 7:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

  • A $50 deposit is required.
  • Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable to another session/child and are applied to the total cost of the session(s).

  • Cost is $185 per week.

  • Campus Rec member must hold a full membership while child is attending camp.

  • Discount of $20 for current UNO students and Campus Rec full memberships.

Dimensions of Wellness weekly themes

Mav Kids Summer Day Camp offers seven separate, one-week theme-based sessions centered on the 8 dimensions of wellness. While each week certain elements of our camp will focus on a specific dimension of wellness, all dimensions of wellness will be addressed all summer long. After all, our overall wellbeing is comprised of the harmonious integration of each of these dimensions:

June 1-5 - Physical - Physical wellness is about creating a lifestyle that supports our physical wellbeing. This includes our safety, hygiene, sleep, diet, exercise, and much more…

June 8-12 - Environmental - Environmental wellness involves a healthy connection with and balance within our surroundings: social, natural, and structural.

June 15-19 - Emotional/Spiritual - Emotional and spiritual wellness explores self-esteem, acceptance, experiencing and coping with our feelings, purpose, empathy, value, and having gratitude.

June 22-26 - Occupational - Occupational wellness is personal satisfaction within work and career. To achieve this, values, goals, and lifestyles are taken into consideration during career planning.

July 6-10 - Financial - Financial wellness is having a healthy relationship with money, which is reached by understanding values, goals, and learning how to manage resources.

July 13-17 - Intellectual - Intellectual wellness is more than the importance of learning and being able to think critically, it also takes into consideration mental stimulation, creativity, and exploration.

July 20-24 - Social - Social wellness involves our relationship with people, society, and culture, how we fit into those relationships, and how to build them.


Three kids posing arm and arm

Lisa Medina
Assistant Director of Youth & Instructional Programs

lmmedina@unomaha.edu
402.554.2859

6001 Dodge Street
104K H&K
Omaha, NE 68182