Take your shot with Hoops, our basketball specialty program! Players will tackle basketball skill-building, conditioning, and fitness, all while approaching the game with the values of teamwork and sportsmanship. Skills learned include ball handling, footwork, layups, guard development, perimeter play, and more. Working with an elite coach, players will benefit from one-on-one coaching, for a more hands-on, individualized learning and playing experience no matter your level. The fun doesn’t stop with only skills & drills! Weekly Hoops leagues build to the Meyuchad Winner’s Cup! Are you ready to step up your game this summer?
Get ready for the ultimate adventure — ride with Wild Rose! In Trek, elevate your biking skills while becoming empowered to develop physical fitness, focus, and confidence. Riders will work daily with biking professionals — and a favorite activity of Wild Rose chanichim for many years! Trekers will be able to explore brand new trails across Wild Rose’s 242 natural acres and challenge themselves on our brand new bike park, learning tricks such as wheelies, dirt jumping, slides, and more. With each day filled with conquering new limits and advancing to greater heights, our Trekers will engage in rich discovery about their environment and their own stamina, resilience, and effort. Buckle up — the ride of your summer is just around the corner!
* Chanichim should be confident bike riders in order to participate
Grow your cooking skills. Feed your community. Nourish your soul. Spiced, our brand new culinary arts specialty, teaches our young chefs the skills they need to feel confident as active participants in the kitchen. By working alongside a seasoned chef in our brand new state-of-the-art Kosher kitchen, our chanichim will have an experience that is a cut above the rest. Junior chefs will engage in hands-on fun at every stage of the cooking process in a Farm to Table atmosphere. We start by gardening the ingredients, then prepare the food with essential skills such as sauteing, braising, knife work, and more. We invite you to join us at our table this summer — b’tayavon!
Grab your cleats and get ready to kick off our soccer specialty program! Spend two weeks drilling skills and improving your soccer game on the beautiful Moshava fields. Cleats is the perfect opportunity to practice ball control, passing, shooting, and field awareness. The intensive soccer workshops will enable our athletes to grow their confidence on the field, build their stamina, and learn the values of teamwork, all while enjoying the Moshava Wild Rose atmosphere. End off sessions with competitive scrimmages and exciting soccer programming – it’s every soccer athlete’s dream! Don’t miss your shot at the summer of a lifetime!
Welcome to Innovation, Moshava Wild Rose’s very own makerspace! Innovation is a hands-on specialty where chanichim will learn how to make something out of nothing. Through our STEM-related programming, Innovators will explore high and low tech tools to assemble intricate contraptions like never before. Innovation will encourage chanichim to think critically, brainstorm, and learn essential problem solving skills which they will continue to use throughout their lives. Bring your curiosity, we can’t wait to create with you!
Lights, camera, action! Unlock your full creative potential with Spotlight, Moshava Wild Rose’s performing arts specialty program. Engage in artistic programming including learning lines, blocking, set design, and more. Culminate the Summer with a showstopping stage performance for the entire Machane (camp) to enjoy. Prepare to take the stage or learn what it takes to manage behind the scenes. The spotlights on you- it’s your time to shine!
A. Moshava Meyuchad programs are for chanichim who are completing grades 4th-9th grade. Participants will be challenged at the appropriate age and skill level with their friends in the same track.
Q. What options are available for chanichim younger than 4th grade?
A. During these weeks, we are excited to offer Mini Mosh, our two-week program for chanichim in grades 2-3! Please note that if you are in 4th grade, you have the option to join Moshava Meyuchad or Mini Mosh.
Q. How does Moshava Meyuchad differ from Moshava Classic?
A. The wonderful Bnei Akiva traditions, learning, fun and Wild Rose ruach will continue throughout the entire experience. In addition, Moshava Meyuchad allows chanichim to choose their own adventure and tailor camp to their individual interests! Meyuchad chanichim get to experience camp by exploring an interest or passion throughout the entire session. In these two weeks chanichim will focus heavily on their chosen track and also have the Wild Rose experience of Shabbat, mifkad, and building lifetime friendships. Choose your passion – and let the adventure begin!
Q. Can I choose more than one track?
A. Meyuchad chanichim will choose one specialty track as their focus. By participating in the full two-week program, chanichim will get the most out of the full arc of the program. While they will be on this focused track, Moshava Meyuchad is all about CHOICE. When chanichim are not focusing on their track, they will have the opportunity to select from a range of other peulot (activities) to complete their day. This opportunity to select an elective (chug) rather than be sent to a particular activity continues the differentiation from our Moshava Classic programming.
Q. How much of the day is within the specialty?
A. Chanichim are in their specialty for half of their program day, either most of the morning or afternoon, with opportunities to return to special Meyuchad night sessions on given days. Other daily elements include swimming, a special elective (chug) of their choice, a group peula (activity), and learning. Chug options include fishing, jewelry making, Teva, boating, and much more!
Q. What are the 2022 Meyuchad dates?
A. Moshava Meyuchad runs from Tuesday, July 26 – Wednesday, August 10. If your child was enrolled in Moshava Classic and is staying for Moshava Meyuchad, they will get a bonus of “Mosh Double Down” where we will be offering inter-camp programming during the July 25/26 turnover days between the two sessions.