Children’s Healthy Activity and Meal Planning Camp: July 13 - 17, 2020
VIRTUAL C.H.A.M.P. Camp 2020, AT HOME! is a virtual summer day camp that teaches kids about healthy eating, basic cooking skills, and incorporating physical activity in our daily lifestyle!
This year, we are bringing a special online, virtual format to parents/guardians and their kids which will include:
- Detailed daily curriculum for parents/guardians to follow throughout the week
- Pre-recorded nutrition lessons and activities developed by Nutritional Sciences Students and Professors
- Pre-recorded cooking demos for breakfast, lunch and 2 snacks for each day of the week
- Electronic copy of the C.H.A.M.P. Recipe Book in pdf format which includes all meals and snacks
C.H.A.M.P. Camp Brochure
C.H.A.M.P. Camp Application
CHAMP CAMP MATERIALS 2020
Cooking Demo Videos
Mise En Place
Nutrition Education Videos and Activity
To register your child, please go to the Nutritional Sciences store.
We ask that you please register so we have your email address to send you:
- Links to the pre-recorded videos
- C.H.A.M.P Camp 2020 recipe book
- Guided daily curriculum for parents/guardians to follow
- Registration Deadline: July 9
- If you or your child has a food allergy, we recommend you register by June 18 so our Nutritional Sciences students can create modified recipes catered to these food allergies
- Video links will be posted on this website
The Mission of C.H.A.M.P. Camp is to empower children with the knowledge of basic cooking skills along with the importance of nutrition and physical activity to foster independence towards living a healthy lifestyle.
The College of Allied Health is offering these free pre- recorded cooking lesson tutorials and activities, to help teach minors and their families how to create fun easy and healthy meals. It is strongly recommended that parents or guardians provide supervision the entire time their children are utilizing all types of cooking utensils, cutlery, ingredients, and kitchen appliances that may be required in making the meal, to ensure the safety of their children. The choice to participate, view and use these cooking tutorial videos is voluntary and as such the College of Allied Health and the Board of Regents for the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center are not responsible for any accident or injury that may occur to those who chose to watch these videos and make these meals.
Twenty-two kids attended C.H.A.M.P. Camp in 2016, 25 came in 2017, 25 came in 2018, and 25 came in 2019.
Here is what they said:
Do you plan to cook more at home after coming to Camp?
What do you think we should learn to cook at camp next year?
- Real sushi
- Do it again next year!
- More crafts.
- You did great, guys.
- I wish I could come next year.
- I loved the camp...the coaches are just awesome!
- Please do it next year.
- Thanks for the great experience!