Spring Break Activities & Camps

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Spring Break Activities & Camps


Looking for things for fun things for your kids to do in French during la relâche scolaire?


At home | Chez vous :

DIGITAL MEDIA

Interactive ways to have fun learning and practicing French online!

CONTESTS

Practice your French this Spring, learn new things, win great prizes!

BOARD GAMES

Round up some friends and play familiar or new board games en français!

ARTS & CRAFTS

Draw, create, perform magic tricks – all in French!

BOOKS

Curl up with a great French book, comic book, book-CD or e-book!

MOVIES

Watching French movies at home is an entertaining way to enrich French studies in a relaxed environment.

MUSIC

Singing songs in French will help children expand their vocabulary, learn new expressions and develop confidence.

MAGAZINES

Entertaining educational magazines available in print and online

  • Kayak magazine (Canadian history presented in a comic-book style)
  • Les Débrouillards magazine (fun science magazine for younger kids)
  • GéoAdo (fun science magazine for teens)

TELEVISION

Several Canadian channels offer a wide variety of French children’s shows to watch online or through cable packages:


Camps & Storytimes :


French Nature Camp (Sooke, BC)

The Sooke District Chapter of Canadian Parents for French is pleased to bring our students a wonderful French Nature Camp available locally in the Sooke School District-SD62 during March Break 2016. This would be ideal for our French Immersion students to help build their language skills while connecting with nature and learning unique skills. We will have two different day time weekly camps available depending on the age of your child, the camp will be held at the wonderful Camp Barnard located at 3202 Young Lake Rd, Sooke, BC V9Z 0J6.

Groups and Schedule:

  • Aigle et saumon (eagle and salmon): March 14-18, 8:30am-4:30pm daily, for 7-11 year-olds (aprox. gr.2-6)
  • Loup et corbeau (wolf and raven): March 21-25, 8:30am-4:30pm daily, for 12-16 year-olds (aprox. gr. 7-10)

More info: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1lDLinHpIGv893XEZCKArFBeBFeNCVWlqEX1qc9mmXCk/viewform


Lake Country Spring Break French Immersion Gymnastics and Circus Morning Camps

This unique camp combines the best of gymnastics, circus, and French! The goal of the camp is to provide a fitness filled experience outside the school environment that will both support and enrich the learning of the French language. Active bodies, active minds!

Campers partake in gymnastics, circus, crafts, and open gym time in a brand new facility. The gym is fully equipped with all the major apparatuses as well as an in-ground trampoline and foam pit. The circus program includes the aerial arts (hoop, trapeze, and the ever popular silks) as well as all the favorite circus props such as diablos, poi, juggling balls, devil sticks, spinning plates and much more. During the craft portions of the camp, campers will make rhythmic ribbons, juggling balls, and poi which they can practice with during the camp and take home for lots of future fun!

Camp dates: March 15th, 17th, 22nd, and 24th, 9am-12pm.
Camp available for grades K to 7.
Register for 1, 2, 3, or all 4 days. $30/per day or register for all 4 days and receive a 10% discount.
PROMO- For every day registered, you’ll be entered to win tuition for 1 of our 2 week-long French immersion summer camps!

More info: www.lakecountrygymnastics.ca


Camp de vacances pendant la relâche (Victoria)

More info: http://www.francocentre.com/camps-de-vacances-pendant-la-relache/

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French Immersion Soccer Camps (Richmond)

More info: https://www.facebook.com/FrenchImmersionSoccerBC/

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Fort Langley National Historic Site Spring Break Camps

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Join the Company of Adventurers at Vancouver’s only real fort. Get hands on with history and discover what life was like during 19th century fur-trade. Each day is a new adventure of imagination, games and play. (Offered in English)

Ages: 6 – 12
9:00am – 3:00pm daily
More info: http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/lhn-nhs/bc/langley/activ/activ17.aspx
To register, call 604-513-4782, or email: fort.langley@pc.gc.ca


Contes pour tous | Storytelling (Vancouver, BC)

Twice a month, Le Centre invites children one year old and up to come in to explore the imaginary world of stories. The children are encouraged to give free rein to their imaginations, thanks to the many illustrated books in the library. Hosted by Lucie Perrin. Free of charge.

Saturday, March 5th and 19th, 11am-12pm
Saturday, April 2nd and 16th, 11am-12pm

1551 West 7th avenue, Vancouver, BC
More info: http://www.lecentreculturel.com/storytelling/


North Vancouver City Library – French for Fun Storytime

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Songs, rhymes, and stories in French for children ages 3 to 5 accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

Mondays 9:30 – 10am
(including over Spring Break)

Free – no registration required.
120 West 14th St, North Vancouver
1st floor program room

More info: http://www.nvcl.ca/calendar

More French resources from North Vancouver City Library:
http://www.nvcl.ca/using-the-library/children/en-francais


Alliance Française de Vancouver

 

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DELF PREPARATION
March 14 to 18, 2016

Special intensive classes for DELF preparation during spring Break
Work on typical DELF activities
A1, A2, B1 and B2 levels available
1pm to 3pm

More info: http://www.alliancefrancaise.ca/kids-and-teens-classes/course-selector/


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