I taught a few camps this past year
- With an avy shovel you can teach them how to build a proper jump and work on 3's (older kids) while building you can explain some back-country safety concepts and snow science
***Wind up, Pop, Spot, Stomp
- Small box's straight over, Talk about approach,take off, maneuver , landing. take off your ski and show them how to "scissor" the rail.
***Driving shoulders forward and matching rail angle if not flat
-Explain the different features in the park, show them that knuckling tables is not something to do, point out the sweet spot on the landing.
-practice ridding switch, Spinning 360's on the ground both ways and changing direction on command (kind of like red light green light) this helps immensely if you over rotate or under rotate bigger spins, since they will be able to butter it around instead of catching an edge and face-planting.
***edge control, Lead spins with head
-Find small hits and Bumps that double up, jump from one to the down slope of the next. Matching the angle of ski's and body to steeper landings and transitions.
***forward pressure, dynamic upper body
-Have them mob down a groomed run, spray with skis perpendicular to line of motion, then continue through said spray. If you do it right you should be covered in snow (maybe buy some candy and make it a contest to see who can spray themselves the best) Everyone wins in the end though and you give the candy to each kid, especially with the 6 year olds. they don't understand losing
*** edge control , separation of upper and lower body, speed control
ive got more but im in class