Sunday, November 10, 2019

SuperDayCamp Provides Children With an Early Head-start Through The Power of Play

Everyone has got busy lifestyle, what better way to spend our weekend? With daily busy lifestyle we know that not just parents kids too need a break. We visited the SuperPark Malaysia, the friendliest all-in-one indoor activity park originating from Finland, yesterday introduced SuperDayCamp, a unique school holiday programme packed with exciting guided sporting activities. This camp promises one to three days of fun and happiness in a safe indoor environment to foster fitness, social-cognitive abilities and teamwork during the year end school holidays in November and December.

Designed and approved by the Finland Education Board, largely regarded as one of the best education systems in the world, SuperDayCamp provides a gadget-free alternative for all children between the ages of four to ten years old. With a small 1:7 coach-to-child ratio, campers will be guided through a series of engaging play activities within the park to develop physical, mental and emotional wellbeing while making new friends in a supervised and fun environment. SuperPark coaches aim to inspire participants with the power of sports while giving them a boost in confidence, motivation and leadership to grow and be successful in school and in life.

“Extending our core concept of the ‘power of play’, SuperDayCamp strengthens relationship, builds trust and supports self-confidence, giving children an early head-start in developing a strong foundation of important life skills. Certified by the Finnish Education Board, this day camp offers a multi-layered learning experience where participants can break a sweat while having fun in a social setting. It is conducted in an environment free from outside elements such as rain and heat, offering parents peace of mind on the whereabouts of their children this school holiday,” said Andes S.H Wong, Senior Marketing Manager, SuperPark Malaysia.

It was reported recently that more than half of Malaysian adolescents choose a sedentary lifestyle, preferring to sit for hours without any physical activities. They are also increasingly reliant on gadgets as some have been using digital devices as young as two to three years old.

Speaking at the launch event, Charlene Marie Samuel, Director of Autism Behavioral Center and a trained Applied Behavior Analysis therapist said, “Active play time is crucial for a child’s overall development especially during their formative years. It allows them to learn important skills like problem-solving, working in teams, pushing boundaries, and adapting to new environments – all of which will be extremely useful as they grow older.”

 My son having a good time at the Super Day Camp, as you can see the above photo the children are guided through a series of engaging play activities within the park. My son was shy and he gets along after he started engaging in the activities, he also build confidence in paddle the bicycle on his own later on.

My son didn't know how to paddle on two wheels bicycle, this is good practice for him. On the spot, he gets to learn on how to control his balance and moving left to right to avoid hitting the cones. He has the confidence to paddle on himself after the practice of paddle he learned the skill from there.

My son is so happy as after the day camp, he continue the fun activities in the park. He was given a choice of choosing big or small paddle bicycle. He chosen the big paddle bicycle to paddle. You can check out the short video I have added in the post. It's fun indoor park where I don't have to worry about my son when there's rain or heat outside.

It's good activities for children as it's also time to removing their gadgets so that they can have a series of engaging play activities within the park to develop physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. 

Thinking of what activities for children this coming November - December, check out the Super Day Camp.

Spend your school holidays at SuperDayCamp!
Children can attend either a one-day camp or a three-day camp throughout Monday – Wednesdays from 25 November 2019 to 18 December 2019. This tailored camp programme will start 9:00 am till 3:30 pm during the days of the camp.

Ticket prices for SuperDayCamp Early Bird Discount (before 15 November) Ticket prices
1-Day Camp RM179.10 RM199
3-Day Camp RM449.10 RM499

SuperDayCamp tickets purchased before 15 November will include a 10% early bird discount. The ticket prices in RED are the prices of tickets purchase before 15 November.

All SuperDayCamp participants will receive:
· Certificate of Completion (endorsed by Education Finland)
· Lunch (vegetarian option available)
· Welcome Pack (SuperPark Branded Merchandises)
· Limited Edition Camp T-shirt
· Full-Day Access to SuperPark Malaysia after the camp session
*Any child below 8 years old must ALWAYS be accompanied and supervised by a responsible guardian (aged 18 or above) with paid and valid admission

Don't just read here, get start your plan with your children now. It's fun bonding time with family too at the fun indoor park. For more details on SuperPark Malaysia’s SuperDayCamp, please visit SuperPark Malaysia website
You can also get up-to-date with the with SuperPark Malaysia’s latest news, promotions announcements by following it on Facebook (SuperParkMY) and Instagram (@superparkmy).

About SuperPark Malaysia
SuperPark is the friendliest all-in-one indoor activity park on earth, delivering a unique experience of joyful play that excites and unites people all over the world, no matter their age or fitness level. Hailing from Finland, since its inception in 2012, SuperPark owns, licenses and operates 18 activity parks globally, with Malaysia as its third location in Asia. SuperPark Malaysia launched in 6 December 2018 and is located in the centre of Kuala Lumpur at a 40,000 square foot site in Avenue K Shopping Mall.

The activity park features 3 main areas – Adventure Area, Game Arena and Freestyle Hall - with over 25 fun and exciting activities suitable for all ages and fitness levels under one roof.

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