Ryan selected karate, drama, secret ops, mad science and creative cuisine, a kid's cooking class. Unfortunately, you don't get to do all 5 tracks but they select 3 of your 5 for you to focus on during the week. So Ryan ultimately ended up with karate, mad science and secret ops and I think would have been happy with any of them.
The camp mixed in bible studies, music, organized fun, lunch and breaks alongside the 3 focused tracks during each day.
On Thursday, parents were invited to spend the morning watching the kids in action. So the three girls and I hung out with Ryan for part of the morning and got to watch karate, special ops and the music portion.
Ryan received a white belt certificate in karate class and enjoyed it so much that he wants to continue in the fall.
Secret Ops for Jesus was such a cute concept! Each day the class did something meaningful for other people in a secretive way. On Thursday, each child copied a scripture verse onto a piece of paper, stuffed it in a balloon and let the balloon adrift for somebody to find.
After the balloon launch, the class enjoyed dirt cake for dessert! It was a long and busy week for Ryan, but he has already mentioned that he would like to go again next year. I am, of course, hoping that Emma might even be old enough next year to participate but we'll have to wait and see!