Program Registration and Scholarship Information:
The waiting list for the summer program begins every year on January 1st of the calendar year. Scholarships are typically awarded sometime in May when we have reached our fundraising goal. You will be contacted in late April or early May prior to the summer program.
To download the complete Kids On The Go 2018 Course Catalog click HERE!
Registration for Summer 2019 programs will start on January 1, 2019.
Please check back on this page for a new link to registration our CampDoc registration website.
Let's face it- feeling left out stinks! These workshops are for siblings of Kids On The Go campers.. They will allow siblings to experience all the fun that KOTG campers experience. Siblings will participate in hands-on activities such as crafts, gross motor...read more
Offers a creative, multi sensory approach to help children master the skills of handwriting. Small group classes and individual therapy provided. Directed by Colleen Klosterman, OTRL and Pennie Wysocki Dubay, COTAL Abiding Presence 1550 Walton Blvd, Rochester Hills,...read more
Children will learn the building blocks of tennis taught through fun and engaging games. Players will learn the basic strokes and how to keep score during a match. Directed by Dmitri Diakonov, USPTA Elite Professional/PTR Master of Performance Tennis Grosse Pointe...read more
Introduction to baseball by: Developing the skills of throwing and catching a ball. Swinging at a ball off a tee or by pitch. Discover the concepts of base running, fielding, and positions, and playing a game. Parents MUST participate in session with their child. Last...read more
This camp will teach the fundamentals of basketball; ball-handling, shooting, passing, defense, and teamwork. Coached by Anthony Ianni (MSU basketball player 2010-2012), David Stevenson and Patrick Ouinlan South Lake High School Gym 21900 9 Mile Rd, St. Clair...read more
Special performance details to follow Let's Go! Fire up and learn a basic cheer, jumps, and stunts! Friendship cheer will incorporate stretching, strengthening and coordination activities while learning a routine. Parent/caregiver attendance is mandatory for the final...read more
Presented by Wolverine Chapter # 1332 H.O.G. "Try" Cycle Camp (ages 4-8) For campers who are not able to ride a tricycle or 2 wheel bike with training wheels. "Ready to Ride" (ages 6-9) For campers who are able to ride a two wheel bike with training wheels and are...read more
This theatre program is specifically designed for everyone looking for a fun, new adventure. Explore the three pillars of theatre (singing, acting, and dancing), theatre games/activities, and life skills (eye contact, manners, etc). We bring all our own props, sound...read more
Parents and Caregivers are invited to a series of professional workshops that will bring you some of the "hottest" topics. Registration is required for each workshop. To sign up please visit: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0a49acad2ca7fa-7-kids2 23500...read more
Together with East Side Youth Sports Foundation and The First Tee of Greater Detroit, Kids on the Go is offering a summer adaptive golf program! The program will provide three introduction golf sessions with SNAG equipment, designed for indoor use with...read more
Location: Each week will take place at a different location and is hosted by one of our fitness sponsors. Teaching our children about a healthy lifestyle and staying active is an important role for parents and caregivers. This can be challenging for many parents whose...read more
This new workshop will prepare teens for employment opportunities and develop career readiness skills. Class sessions will include topics in communication and social skills, safety skills, time management, and organization skills. The final class session...read more
Promoting hands on play and STEAM education through creating, building and constructing with Lego. Sessions will include hands on projects to engage creative and out of the box thinking. Each week we will build a new robot and learn how and why it works....read more
An artistic program that offers a creative approach to the growth of fine motor skills and sensory development. This course will provide your child with a fun and creative way to nurture their love of art through the use of multi-media material. All...read more
A small group session for pre-handwriting skills that includes both the camper and the caregiver/parent. This "hands on" class will use a multisensory approach and provide unique opportunity for carryover at home. Directed by Carly Hickey, COTAL and...read more
Offers a creative, multi sensory approach to help children master the skills of handwriting. Small group classes and individual therapy provided. Directed by Carly Hickey, COTAL; Shaun Hickey, COTAL; Heather Pillars, OTRL; Molly Truitt, COTAL, and Ann...read more
Campers will prepare, explore, and have fun with food while building language and fine motor skills. Additionally, each camper will work on building their food bank (what they will now try, tolerate, eat, look at, and smell) and say "goodbye" to "picky...read more
An introduction to the art of film making with the use of lpads and lphones. Campers will be introduced to the basics of filming and editing while working as a team to create a short video. Wednesdays July 11th - August 15th 6:45-8:00pm - (ages 11-17) ...read more
This social skills group will utilize video and role playing to explore expected and unexpected behaviors, figurative language, body language, and identifying problems and solving them. Directed by Michelle Harr, M.A., CCC-SLP and Amy McIntyre, M.A.,...read more
The goal of our Social Skills group is to increase functional social skills that your child can use in everyday social settings. Our group will focus on reinforcing positive behaviors such as following instructions and routines, Directed by Katie Lubera,...read more
This speech therapy based program will consist of sound production and formation, practice through a story and/or game, and a game or activity will be provided for carryover and home practice. Directed by Marybeth Grosfield, M.A., SLP 23500 Pare St. #10...read more
Children will learn to expand their expressive language skills as they retell stories and past experiences using visual supports and gestures. They will learn the main parts of a story, including the character, setting, problem, feeling, solution/action,...read more
Music therapy is a fun way to work on social, speech, and cognitive skills. Children will dance and sing with peers, take turns playing instruments, work on singing all kinds of words and sounds, sing songs about letters, numbers, colors, read and sing...read more
A pediatric therapy program designed to provide children with special needs with physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Weekly themes are incorporated to make this camp program fun and therapeutic! Children must be receiving at least two therapies and...read more