iKids Camp: where kids can be kids

Thanks to a dedicated group of volunteers, this year’s camp offers numerous activities – from art, sports, crafts, a wet and wild day, and a talent show – captured on video for the parents

Joan Janzen
of The Clarion

Kids have been heading to iKids Camp every week day in July in the Kindersley Christian Fellowship building on Highway 7 East. The non-profit organization called iKids is directed by Chantal McDougall, who says her greatest challenge is keeping the kids from being bored, but that same challenge is what keeps her motivated.

Chantal McDougall with kids at iKids Camp.

“Challenge brings me back every day,” she says. “A lot of kids are discovering what they like, and don’t like. They are learning about themselves.”

Thanks to a dedicated group of volunteers, this year’s camp offers numerous activities – everything from art, sports, crafts, a wet and wild day, and a talent show – captured on video for the parents. During science week, the kids made play doh, exploding bags filled with chemical reactions, and stretchy slime.

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