Each year High Power will add a new theme to the number of great themes. Next year's theme is Strong of Heart and focuses on the times of David and Saul. We will take a look at how focusing on God allowed for David to be Strong of Heart. For a glimpse at the different pieces of a Bible Curriculum, please click on the different links below.
Zone Leader Guide
This is the backbone of our Bible Curriculum. This manual includes the overview of the theme, how to conduct the zone time, and then the sports story, object lesson, and Bible story for each day! This is the first lesson of Game Plan 2015!
Coach's Pocket Guide
In addition to the zone leader that presents the Bible story, each coach will have a chance to connect with their team of players. This pocket guide helps each coach be prepared for the day and their time with the campers on their team!
These are samples of the sports curriculum we have available. Each one is based on skills development and has many aspects of coaching and also specific fun drills to use!
Our soccer curriculum has been developed by licensed soccer coaches and is focused on elementary age kids of all skill levels. It includes a sample schedule in the back for both the 10 station rotation model and the skills development options.
Our basketball curriculum has been developed for ages 8 - 12 by coaches who work with kids of all abilities. From basics to advanced drills, this curriculum can help you with any age. This curriculum includes a sample schedule for both a 10 station rotation model or a skills development camp.
Our cheer curriculum is also accompanied by a new song/cheer for each of our themes. This walks girls through the basics of cheer and also many fun games to enhance the fellowship of the cheer camp. This is set up specifically for a skills development camp, but can be run at the same time as a 10 station rotation model in soccer or basketball!
A mini-sports camp curriculum that helps teach the basics of motion and sports to 4 and 5 year olds. This curriculum is designed to be simple enough for kids who are not very active, through kids who are almost ready to join their own sports club. Each day is a different sport that they learn the motor skills for. It's set up to be a skills development camp, but could be run at the same time as a 10 station rotation model in soccer or basketball.