The Little Athletes Summer Camp provides a fun and safe environment for your children to get the most out of their summer. 

The Little Athletes Summer Camp offers sports and creative programs for kids ages 3 – 5 run by our experienced team of A-Game Sports coaches. The goal and focus of the camp is to introduce sports concepts and skills to children at an early age, to not only develop fine and gross motor skills, but to provide early exposure to key values such as teamwork, respect, fairness and adherence to rules and direction. In addition to the physical education benefits related to movement and balance that the Little Athletes Camp provides, campers will be introduced to great games at a very basic level while incorporating fundamentals.

Activities Include:

Relay Races, Soccer, Basketball, Wiffleball, Dodgeball, Kickball, Camp Games, Arts and Crafts, Flag Football, Capture the Flag, and Much More!

Location:

A-Game Sports facility
856 Main Street, New Rochelle, NY 10801

Ages:

Boys & Girls, 3 – 5

 Campers will be split into age-appropriate groups. 7:1 child-to-instructor ratio.

Dates:

All camp days take place from 9:00am – 12:00pm

July 10 – July 14th
July 17th – July 21st
July 24th – July 28th
July 21st – August 4th
August 7th – August 11th
August 14th – August 18th
August 21st – August 25th

Prices:

Sign up for as many or few camp weeks as you prefer. Indicate which week(s) you will be attending in the comments section when registering.

One Week: $250
Two Weeks: $475
Three Weeks: $675
Four Weeks: $850
Five Weeks: $1,000
Six Weeks: $1,125
Seven Weeks: $1,225

Snack and lunch must be provided each day for your child. Child must be potty trained. Your child must have a signed release form and medical form completed by a physician in order to participate.


Head Instructor

James Poggiogalle has been playing sports since high school, where he was on the varsity baseball team and bowled competitively. He still bowls competitively in two leagues. Following high school, James went on to study at the University of Tampa, where he graduated with a degree in Sports Management. Since then, he has been dedicated to engaging with children in sports.

Following college, James has been the director of summer day camps and after-school programs for children of all ages. Most recently, he spent six years as a head coach at a youth sports program, where he taught soccer and basketball to toddlers, and led programs and camps for 2-6 year olds. James also has experience in Physical Therapy, working as a PT Aide for four years helping patients of all ages. James is passionate about sports and the positive impact it has on young children, and strives to make sports fun and accessible for children of all ages and abilities.