Summer Learning 2020

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Join us through the summer in one or more of the amazing camps we are providing this year. Children will have a blast transforming into little explorers and searching the land, oceans, and even space for new and amazing things. They can also search and learn about all of the hidden cities that have been discovered or have yet to be discovered, like Atlantis or Eldorado. They will even get a chance to be involved in a play or musical at the end of the month long camps. If your child(ren) needs to maintain or enhance their reading, writing, and math skills, look no further as we have camps for them as well: Number Ninjas and English Boosters. So register soon, as they fill up fast and there is limited space. We look forward to seeing you this summer and having a great and educational time.

Two week Math, and English writing and speaking camp

Ages: K-1, 2-3, 4-7 (dates: July 6-17 and August 10-21)

Number Ninjas and English Boosters

In these camps students will explore mathematical concepts through math lessons and games that equip students to develop mathematical understanding. This camp will be a fun way for children to explore the math concepts while enhancing their mathematical skills. The other half of this camp is “English Boosters.” This half of the camp explores creative writing, public speaking, and reading comprehension. This camp will strengthen each student’s grasp of the English language.
Each camp includes a hot lunch and snacks, as well as a camp t-shirt. Student’s are not permitted to bring outside food to school.

July Month Long Camp

Ages: JK, K-1, 2-3, 4-7 (dates: July 6-28)

Explorers To The Unknown

This is a full month camp of experiential learning where children become explorers and travel to unknown areas of the planet and beyond. From forests and jungles to the depths of the oceans, or even the vast darkness of space, children will have fun learning about these regions where new discoveries are being made every day. Students will spend the first half of the day exploring mathematical concepts through math lessons and games that equip students to develop mathematical understanding. They will also explore creative writing, public speaking, and reading comprehension to strengthen their grasp of the English language. There will also be components of learning new English words and enhancing their speaking skills through their adventures. During this camp, children will also take part in a play where they take on roles and characters and perform it at the end of the camp (excluding JK). They will also have a chance to visit the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre on a field trip and learn about space exploration.

Each camp includes a sports and games component that will be separately taught by a PE teacher. The Junior Kindergarten also has an outdoor activity component throughout the day.

Junior Kindergarten (JK) will also explore the same themes as the elementary month long camps, but will be age appropriate to cater to the students’ learning level. They will learn new vocabulary that will enhance their English speaking skills and knowledge of the topics. The JK children will not be included in the play or musical at the end of the camp.

Each camp includes a hot lunch and snacks, as well as a camp t-shirt. Student’s are not permitted to bring outside food to school.

August Month long camp

Ages: JK, K-1, 2-3, and 4-7 (dates: July 30 – August 21)

Hidden Cities

Have you ever wondered about mysterious places that have been hidden from people throughout time? Explorers have made incredible discoveries of lost cities, yet some legends like the city of Atlantis remain a mystery. This month’s camp is about looking into these cities and others that have been discovered in the recent past. Students will spend the first half of the day exploring mathematical concepts through math lessons and games that equip students to develop mathematical understanding. They will also explore creative writing, public speaking, and reading comprehension to strengthen their grasp of the English language. Students will learn new vocabulary to enhance their English speaking and writing skills.They will spend their afternoons learning about the incredible discoveries of lost cities like the mystery of Atlantis. Students in this camp will be able to visit the Vancouver Aquarium on a field trip. As well, they will participate in a play or musical show at the end of the camp (excluding JK).

Each camp includes a sports and games component that will be separately taught by a PE teacher. The Junior Kindergarten (JK) camp also has an outdoor activity component throughout the day.

Junior Kindergarten will also explore the same themes as the elementary month long camps, but in an age appropriate way to cater to their learning level. They will learn new vocabulary that will enhance their English speaking skills and knowledge of the topics. The JK children will not be included in the play or musical at the end of the camp.

Each camp includes a hot lunch and snacks, as well as a camp t-shirt. Student’s are not permitted to bring outside food to school.