Summer Camp 2017
FASSV Summer Camp is a fun and welcoming community where novice and native-speaking French speakers can learn together and from one another!
All children from 3 years old (entering preschool) to 10 years old (entering 5th grade) are invited to join our diverse dual-immersion atmosphere.
Each week’s lessons and activities will revolve around a new theme where we will explore new vocabulary, ideas, and concepts in both French and English. Students will work on both individual and group projects presented at our weekly Exposition.
In the morning, children will participate in engaging, structured activities such as cooking, games, songs, and theatre that will help them learn a new language or improve their skills.
In the afternoon, children will enjoy sports, art, music, coding, scientific experiments, and more, all in both languages! Every week, there will be a field trip to a fun and/or educational location (museums, community gardens, the pool).
June 20 – July 14
Four weeks of camp, each with a unique theme. Weekly enrollment available.
Before Care: 8:00am-9:00am
Summer Camp: 9:00am- 3:30pm
The fun does not end with camp! We offer before care and aftercare, where children will continue to make new friends in a safe and fun environment.
We are happy to know you are interested in joining us! Follow the link and complete the form so that we may send the appropriate registration Information.
We begin with our field note journal, ready to fill with new vocabulary, pictures and observations of our week-long safari. We will explore the frigid tundra of Antarctica to the tropical rainforests of South America. We will end our week with an Exposition Celebration where we share our knowledge through art, song, and dance.
International travel begins with a fresh passport, ready to be stamped at every major city. After exploring the food, dance, and games of each new country, we will have a passport full of new French vocabulary words and fun memories with new friends. We will end the week with an Exposition Celebration, where we will share all we learned with friends and family.
A great scientist knows how to observe and ask questions. Taking our scientific journal with us, we will learn how to observe and ask questions about the world around us. We will learn about physics through light, sight, and photography and explore the textures we can develop in a chemistry lab. The week will end with an Exposition Celebration sharing our favorite experiments with family and friends.
Taking field notes without gravity may be difficult, but it will not keep us from exploring the other planets in our solar system and learning about how astronauts prepare for their own space adventures. At the end of the week, we will present our findings in at our Exposition Celebration in the form of arts, crafts, and songs.