French Language Camps for Kids 2013
All French Camp classes are taught by instructors with native or near-native proficiency in French; classes take place on the campus of Augustana College. With a commitment to high quality second-language instruction, French Camp classes must have a minimum of five students and will not exceed a maximum of fifteen students. The Language Institute thus reserves the right to cancel camp classes if the minimum enrollment is not met. Contact the Institute for additional information or to register your child.
French Camp: "Mad" About Madagascar
Dates: Tuesday May 28-Friday May 31, 9:30 A.M.-2:30 P.M.
Ages: 6-12 years old
Cost: $180 (cost includes: snacks, drinks, all course materials, and pool time; participants are asked to bring a sack lunch, swimming suit and towel each day; minimum of half payment due at time of registration. Cancellation policy: half payment reimbursed up until 2 weeks prior to camp. Make checks payable to Augustana College; note: Language Institute)
Registration Deadline: May 22
Location:: Humanities Building room 325 (the Foreign Language Center), Augustana College
French Camp at Augustana College is a great way to learn French, to practice the French that you know, and to have a great time cooking, being artistic, swimming, and enjoying summer vacation! We will introduce camp participants to simple vocabulary, phrases, and cultural themes via songs, poems, games, art and sports. Our theme this year is: Madagascar! Leaping Lemurs! Awesome-aye-ayges! "La Grande Isle Rouge (the Big Red Island)! Snacks are provided; camp participants should bring a sack lunch, swimming suit and towel each day. We aim to have fun; c’est amusant, le français!
Parent Reviews on the 2010 French Language Camp
"French Camp was very interactive and filled with hands-on activities. The teachers were joyous and my girls looked forward to coming every day!"
"N. [my child] came home each day excited to tell me what he did at French Camp. I especially liked that he would jump out of bed in the morning anxious to get back to camp."
"French Camp was, of course, fun and educational. More importantly, it was a week my daughter will remember for a lifetime!"