Friday, 11 November 2011

SFL Summer Camp - Best Place on Earth

3 comments:

Jackie Champion said...

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Some camps, such as CTY and Duke TIP, are focused primarily on education or on educational-related activities, such as debate, history, or journalism. These camps are often run by colleges or universities, and are usually for children in junior or senior high school. Educational summer camps are different than summer schools as the summer camps often are not offered for school credit, and often have a significant focus on non-academic activities. Students for these programs are often invited or recruited. Many of these camps, such as Canada/USA Mathcamp and SSP, focus on a specific subject, such as mathematics or astronomy. These camps tend to have selective application processes involving problem solving or an essay about the applicant's interest in the subject.
We specially designed a week-long experience to introduce kids to the basics of light, color, lenses, and mirrors through fun, hands-on activities.

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During the summer, kids lose about two months of the skills they’ve gained throughout the school year. Take preventative measures now and enroll your child in a summer camp where they’ll be engaged by a program designed around their goals and ability level.




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