Camp Day

Our daily schedule gives campers plenty of fun activities and a well-organized routine.

 
We have a pool so we will have plenty fun in the sun.

We have a pool so we will have plenty fun in the sun.

Morning

A typical day at day camp is as follows. (Overnight camp notes in parenthesis)

  • Warm up/ arrival activities (Overnight camp breakfast)

  • Daily cultural presentation. Country and themes of day, etc.

  • Conversation activities including groups, role play, and more

  • Arts and crafts representing authentic crafts of the language’s country(ies)

  • Snack – authentic foods from the country of the week or day.

  • Outdoor games including daily vocabulary/themes and sports

  • Swimming


Afternoon

Lunch at typical “Latin” time in Spanish camp (2 p.m.!)  We sit down and have culturally specific formal meals together with a lot of conversation as in your casa in “Tia Juana” or a château in France.

  • 15 minutes of English

  • Siesta  / Rest and store time

  • Song and Dance

  • More conversation activities / role play, etc.

  • Good-bye for day campers   (Outdoor games and sports for overnight camps)  

Lunch may include   empanadas, pan de queso, arroz con leche, tortilla española and poutine  .

Lunch may include empanadas, pan de queso, arroz con leche, tortilla española and poutine.


Campers loving the evenings festivities!

Campers loving the evenings festivities!

Evening

Overnight campers enjoy more conversation activities, games and songs.

  • Dinner / Evening themed activity

    • Game night;

    • Campfire night;

    • Movie night;

    • Dance party night; and

    • much more…

  • Lights out 10 p.m. We usually have very tired campers heading to bed at 9 p.m.