BC Family French Camp (3 BC locations)
This is a camp suited to the whole family, whether or not the parents speak French. Families camp in their own tents or trailers and a friendly neighbourhood is formed surrounded by the sounds of children playing and singing in French with their energetic and funny francophone moniteurs (counsellors). Camps are held in three locations around the province. Suitable for children from pre-kindergarten to teen, the camp also offers a counsellor-in-training program every other year.
For more information: www.bcffc.com.
Maillardville French Summer Camp (Coquitlam, BC)
La Société francophone de Maillardville in Coquitlam and CPF Tri-cities organize this day-camp which runs for most of July and August. Activities have a focus on French culture and a weekly field-trip is planned to places such as the Bridal Falls Waterpark or Fort Langley. The camp is intended for children ages 6-12 with at least one year of French Immersion.
Visit La société de Maillardville’s website for more information
Camp Virgule (Vancouver, BC)
A fantastic opportunity for children from 6 to 12 years of age to practice their French while having fun. A special program will be built up around entertaining activities, including games, sports, outdoor excursions, visits to the beach and to museums, for a summer that is full of francophone adventures! There will be a weekly theme reflecting the activities of the camp which will be revealed closer to the camp start date. For children from 6 to 12 years old, francophone or currently attending a French core program or French immersion.
Location: Le Centre Culturel Francophone de Vancouver, 1551 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver
For more information: http://www.lecentreculturel.com/en/camp-virgule
SFU Camps en français (Burnaby, BC)
In partnership with the SFU Office of Francophone and Francophile Affairs, SFU French Camps offer engaging classroom activities, exciting recreational activities, and one thrilling field trip, all in French! Note: The first two camps are designed for French Immersion students and native French speakers. For beginners and students enrolling in late immersion there is an Intro to French camp.
Introduction to French
This camp is an introduction to the French language. Campers who are going into late French-Immersion or would like to learn the language are encouraged to join. Practice French while engaging in language-oriented activities in the classroom and during recreation time!
Burns Bog French Camp (Delta, BC)
The Burns Bog Conservation Society’s summer day camps are carefully planned so that your child will learn about aspects of nature while having fun! Each day there is a range of activities which include crafts, experiments, demonstrations, games, and team-building activities which all engage the imagination. Special guest presentations and speakers may visit and bring along live animals, touchable displays, and fun activities to help reinforce ideas for different themes. Ages 6 – 8.
Alliance Française Summer Classes and Camps (Vancouver, BC)
Students ages 5 and up can choose classes only or classes followed by afternoon summer camps which include arts, crafts, field trips, cultural activities in French featuring a variety of different engaging themes crafted by our certified French instructors such as circus, enchanted fairies & goblins, forest & jungle, science fair, etc. Available in July and August. Choose from 1 to 4 two-week programs.
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École Victor-Brodeur French Summer Day Camp (Victoria, BC)
Weekly camps from July 2 to Aug. 30 will be run by École Victor-Brodeur en français, for children 5 to 12 years old. For more information, check out their brochure here.
Click here to register.
French Language Day Camp – UVic Campus (Victoria, BC)
The University of Victoria offers three French language educational and recreational sessions for children eager to interact, learn and play in French. These on-campus sessions, conducted in French, are aimed for children who have completed at least kindergarten and at most grade four in French Immersion or in a Francophone school. The camps’ aim is to provide your child(ren) with a unique opportunity to continue to use their French over the summer through a variety of fun-filled and stimulating ‘camp style’ activities, and to introduce them to the university environment.The only language of communication amongst the children and the program staff will be French.
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CCFO French Day Camp (Kelowna, BC)
Information for CCFO summer camps will be available shortly, stay tuned!
Canoe Island French Camp (San Juan Islands, WA)
Located in the San Juan Islands, just over the US border, Canoe Island offers a traditional summer camp experience for youth. The day begins with French language classes for beginners up to advanced levels. Campers stay in modernized tipis, eat French food and participate in activities of their choosing, under the direction of French-speaking counsellors from around the world. In addition, Canoe Island offers family camp weekends in the Spring and Fall.
For more information: www.canoeisland.org