Have you been ‘flossing?’ Don’t worry if you haven’t, you will have all the moves in no time with what we have in store. The awesome instructors at Creative Dance Industries have been working hard and planning big for our Spring Holiday Programs. Prepare to be amazed!
Football Queensland have some great sessions lined up to deliver this coming holidays in the Movement Monkeys Sports Program. Don’t miss out!
Introducing our newest team member – Son Ogong, the Movement Monkeys Mascot.
He had lots of fun supporting and entertaining the kids at the Banana Republic Games during the Easter Holidays. What a legend!
He was named after the fictional character, Monkey Magic, the Monkey King, Sun Wukong, Son Gokū, the great sage equal to heaven, who has endured throughout the centuries as the legend of this divine monkey, and so the legend continues today.
The Monkeys are swinging into action for the up-coming June/July programs. Some of you may not know this but Bob is quite the craftsman in the woodwork department, and he has been very busy in his workshop building props. So when the kids call him ‘Bob the Builder’, they are not far from the mark!
Why the Challenge?
The Movement Monkeys have six main criteria for identifying great learning activities to be delivered in their programs – and challenge is definitely one of them. Through challenge, we step out of our comfort zone, we learn and grow, we get new insight, we improve, and get resilient and stronger. Challenge-based Learning (CBL) extends upon experiential learning, and is the beginning of innovative thought through problem-solving, resourcefulness, plan development and revision, and pushing forward to achieve the desired outcome. The Monkeys are all about encouraging kids to take on the challenge!
What is Happening?
All the lucky kids enrolled in a program this winter at every venue will participate in a full day of survivor challenges. There are at least 10 different challenges involving physical and metal tasks, team cooperatives, and team challenges! While there is competition involved, the Movement Monkeys Survivor activities are designed to promote team cooperation, communication skills, and conflict resolution while under pressure to overcome the challenge at hand together. All the kids will receive a survival memento at the end of the day, and the overall winning team will get a prize (they are probably hoping it’s not Rebecca giving out the prize – her usual “20 push-ups” line). So, without giving too much away – get excited kids, this is going to be an awesome program this winter!
More timetables coming soon!
Our program at Coolangatta is waiting for you! Sign up before December 16th and get $30 OFF per child as well as an extra 10% discount for kids from the same family. The more kids we have sign up – the better the program is. More activities, more friends to be made, more fun to be had. So make sure to tell your friends about this great offer, share the fun, and expand the good times! Just go to the program registration page and select the “Special Promo” ticket for $129.