Summer Camp 2022 Registration is Now Open!
Spanish Language Camp Description & Details
Tuesdays & Thursdays, July 5th - August 11th 5-7 PM
Mission: City Community Center - 20405 Schoolcraft, Detroit, MI 48223
Stimulate your child's creative energy by learning a second language with certified and experienced language educator, Jessie Feliz in a fun, bilingual educational adventure for six weeks in the summer!
All children are welcome from Kindergarten to 3rd Grade, with or without prior experience with the Spanish language.
CAMP REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Registration Fee: $200 ($70 savings if registered by June 30th)
*Registration fee includes student resource worksheets, camp tee, on-site field trip, and daily snacks.
**Registration is nonrefundable. In the event of cancellation, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org to transfer your registration fee to another participant or apply it to a different product/service we offer.
REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED!
SUMMER CAMP THEME: ALREDEDOR DEL MUNDO / AROUND THE WORLD
This summer, scholars will learn how to engage in basic conversation in the target language about our planet and the Spanish-speaking world from a geographical perspective. Each day, we will welcome each other, say affirmations, give shout outs, review learning targets and get our minds and bodies ready to learn with a quick, cardio warm-up activity, followed by our Spanish Language Lesson. Music, dance, arts-n-crafts and games will be interwoven throughout the program. Students will also participate in an on-site, STEM workshop in collaboration with Arts-n-Scraps. Water provided daily and grab-and-go snacks will be distributed at dismissal.
*Masks are required, regardless of vaccination status for both staff and students.
By the end of the summer program, scholars will be able use Spanish S.W.A.G.™ to:
identify the seven continents and the two major oceans (el Atlántico y el Pacífico) on a map
pronounce the names of the seven continents and the two major oceans
identify and pronounce the United States of America and Michigan
identify and pronounce the cardinal directions in Spanish
identify the four main regions where Spanish is spoken in the world
state where they're from and where they live and ask others about their origins
identify/pronounce different landscapes
state what continent they wish to visit in the future
Students will understand the importance of using Spanish S.W.A.G.™ when engaging in conversation in the target language. Students will also learn about various Spanish-speaking communities and cultural practices in an effort to strengthen their understanding of their own culture and develop awareness and empathy for others.
For a final demonstration of learning, students will collectively and individually express where they live, where their ancestors are from and what continent they want to visit in the future in the target language.
Space is limited for our in-person, summer camp. If you would like to enroll your child in our online learning community for the 2022-23 Academic Term, please complete the inquiry form below to join our mailing list to be the first to learn about our new programs, as the information becomes available.