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    Kids in the Game
    Kids in the Game
    Street:
    588 6th Street
    City:
    Brooklyn
    State:
    NY
    Zip Code:
    11215
    Phone:
    2126347262
    Neighborhood:
    Park Slope
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    Description:

    At Kids in the Game, we’re providing a better way to play all summer long. Your camper will get to experience swimming, creative and performing arts, outdoor adventure nearby at Prospect Park, and of course team sports and games, all in the same day! Our camp includes theme weeks and exciting field trips that you won’t want to miss, like a trip to Governor’s Island or a Mets game. 

    Through these activities, campers gain new experiences, develop friendships outside of their school communities, and learn from kid-approved, adult mentors who make each day more adventurous than the last. We have 8 weeks for you to choose from, so your kids are sure to have a ton of fun all summer long! 

    This summer more than ever, safety is top of mind. In 2020 we successfully ran 4 camps for over 400 campers, and we had 0 COVID cases. More importantly, we created a space for kids to be kids again. We wore our masks, shifted our programming, and tapped into our creativity. And this summer, we can’t wait to do it again.  We have 8 weeks for you to choose from, so your kids are sure to have a ton of fun all summer long!

    Discount:

    Secure Your Spot! Use code ‘PSPARENTS101’ and save $25 per week when you register. 

    *Codes cannot be combined with other offers. 

    Age groups: Pre-K4 through 8th grade

    Camp dates: June 28th – August 20th

    Camp hours:  8:00am-4:00pm; After-Care available from 4:30-6:00pm (additional $20 / day) 

    Camp costs: Starting at $475 per week 

    Address: Saint Saviour High School, 588 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215

    Contact: info 212-634-7262 x 2

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 28-Sep-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Summer Camp Survey
    Comment:  Age of child: 7Comment: My son loved all of the different games and fun themes with related prizes. A big shout out to the staff who were very energetic and fun.What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? I didn’t realize they would watch video clips/movies related to themes at lunch. Not a big deal but I didn’t realize and my son would talk about it.Anything related to COVID and how the camp handled it you'd like to add? On the whole well managed some kids weren’t in masks and wish they’d been required.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 28-Sep-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Summer Camp Survey
    Comment:  Age of child: 6Comment: Not a bad camp experience for the pandemic, I guess. I chose it because this outfit did my kid's after-school program in preschool a couple years ago. My child doesn't tell me anything, so who knows what they really did, but he didn't complain and he was always happy to bounce on in there in the morning. I think a good deal of park time, lots of games, active stuff. The "coaches" are very nice.What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? I'd love to have gotten a schedule of activities so I could know what the day looks like.Anything related to COVID and how the camp handled it you'd like to add? They did daily temp checks and self-reported symptom checks. And no outbreaks!
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 28-Sep-2020
    Subject:  Review from the 2020 Summer Camp Survey
    Comment:  Age of child: 6.5Comment: Staff were very professional and responsive. My son had a good time at the camp and was happy to go every day (8-6). He learned new games, spent at least a good few hours most days outside in PP and did a few other fun activities (he doesn't go into much detail).What would you change about the program, if anything, and why? They had an app but didn't upload many details on it. Would have been great to see some photos - especially since my son doesn't share much detail about what he has done in the day.Anything related to COVID and how the camp handled it you'd like to add? All seemed to be well-organised. Kids didn't have to wear masks.
    Reviewed by 2017Review
    On 04-Sep-2017
    Subject:  Review from the 2017 PSP Summer Camp Survey
    Comment:  2017 was KING's 1st summer hosting a day camp in Park Slope. They have other locations for many years. We love that they have a home base gym and cafeteria at St. Saviour's for rainy and hot days and end of day activities. Daily trips to Prospect Park, 1 day trip, 1 day swimming. My son loved the engaged and energetic counselors, the activities and swimming. It is a very well run program/organization and we will do it again for a couple of weeks next year.If you could change anything, what would it be? Perhaps a second or more days of swimming.Age of child: 7Based on a Summer 2017 experience