Spring Break Empowerment Camp 2018
(Gr K - 2)
Following the success of last year’s Spring Break and Summer Camps (Gr K-7), we are now opening up registration for Spring Break Camp starting Monday March 19, 2018 to Friday March 23, 2018. Our Spring Break Camp will only be offered to Gr K-2 students this year.
*Our Summer Camps (July and August) for Gr K-2 and Gr 3-7 students is now opened for early registrations.
Empowering kids with a mixture of 'tech' and 'non-tech' activities.
We also strongly believe in building up the emotional and mental health in children. We are including a lesson on Emotional Resilience conducted by a Child Counsellor and Therapist during the week.
Teaching Emotional Resilience
That the child would believe: I am self-confident, I can grow, I can solve problems, I can show empathy, I can keep going when things are tough, I am optimistic, I am self-aware and I can handle my emotions.
We know how important it is that kids get the right amount of 'screen time' versus physical activities. That's why our Spring break camp will have a mixture of ‘tech’ activities - STEM lessons (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), and 'non-tech' activities (Board Games, Reading, Gym Fitness Exercise and Baking).
We believe that through these activities, students will have fun and be empowered with new skills in critical thinking and problem solving, creativity and innovation, communication and collaboration.
The Importance of Reading aloud to children
Here is a snapshot of our Spring Break Calendar
Instructors: Ursula Yong and Donna Perperidis
Class Size limited to 8 students
Camp Fees: $275 (Early Registration $250 - before Feb 28 2018)
Students to bring their own lunch.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about registration.
Summer Camp 2017 Testimonial:
My 6 year old daughter really enjoyed her time at Believe in Your Child this summer.
She learned to bake yummy treats. She also learned how to weave a little mat. I was very impressed with a set motivational paper keys the teacher taught and explained to the kids. The day camp size is small with lots of one on one interaction. I really liked the age appropriate and unique projects that my daughter brought home. Another positive note is that there is lots of parking up the hill from Hastings.
We will definitely enroll this summer for another day camp. – Parent of camper.