We believe every child should be able to go out and explore their city. There is no better program to do so than ATX Kids Club! This experience changes lives.
By attending our program they will learn more about their city and country but we have bigger goals. We inspire them to become explorers by fueling their curiosity and their need to make connections to their daily lives. We develop their self-confidence and self-esteem while motivating them to increase physical activity. They also establish social relationships with other kids and their field trip leaders.
During our field trips they learn through hands-on experiences which helps them broaden their awareness of the cultural and historical offerings in Austin. They become aware of their community, and we help them express these experiences through conversation and writing. We learn new things from them all the time as well!
Every year we ask for your donations during amplify Austin. This year is no exception. Amplify Austin is an annual day of fundraising for all of the non-profits in the city. It is also a great way to meet like minded individuals that are concerned with the well being of the community. They are as motivated by their causes as we are with ours.
Become a champion by scheduling your donation now or log in on February 28th. With your help we will be able to extend our amazing field trips to children in need of financial assistance.
ATX Kids Clubs encourages kids to invite their friends to camp. They have so much fun sharing these experiences with the ones they love, but we have also seen many new friendships grow during camp. Some kids are worried because they don’t know anyone attending, but they soon get to know each other. We have also seen kids that attend the same school become better friends because they coincided in summer camp.
Happy Valentine’s day!
Hiking offers a great opportunity to learn, exercise and enjoy nature, but not all kids seem to like it! Easing into hiking can begin before they can even walk. The millage is not what’s important, but what happens in the hike. Take your time and enjoy your hike!
Our first rule while hiking is “if you can’t se us, we can’t see you”. Some kids will get over excited and try to explore ahead. Especially if they are too young, keeping them in sight is important. If the group is big an adult should be at the beginning of the line and another at the end. Line leaders work well sometimes too.