The camps are a great way for your child to have an immersion style Spanish experience. Campers use music, stories, crafts, games, contests, skits and plays to learn Spanish. Space is limited to 14 children per camp.
Camp one introduces and reinforces basic Spanish: greetings, numbers, colors, food, and clothes. Children will be exposed to key verbs. Children perform several songs and contests for parents at the end of the week.
Camp two expands beyond the basic Spanish of camp one, and the children will be preparing for and acting in a play at the end of the week. A great follow-up for camp one.
Camp three is taught primarily in Spanish and is focused on increasing oral proficiency and beginning literacy. Children will write and illustrate a storybook in Spanish.
July 7-11: Beginners with little or no comprehension. Age 5-10 July 14-18: Beginners with some comprehension - (cont. of camp 1). Age 5-10 July 21-25: Intermediate with good comprehension of basics. Age 6-11