Spanish Immersion MiniCamps for PreSchoolers And Kindergarten to 4th Grade. Winter (Feb 22 - 25) and Spring (April 11 - 14)
PreSchoolers on break will enjoy our one-week sessions from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (with optional aftercare until 6:00 p.m.)
Activities vary by day and include simple math, alphabet, reading time, science, discovery, dramatic play, music and movement, and social studies/culture.
Located in the beautiful St. Columba’s Episcopal Church off of Wisconsin Avenue near the Tenleytown-AU Metro Station in DC (we are not affiliated with or endorsed by the church).
Cost: Winter (4-day) $290 Spring (5-day) $320 Aftercare: $30/day.
EasySpanish123 offers preschoolers two week-long MiniCamps that coincide with school holidays. Vibrant, fun and completely in Spanish, the activities include song, dance, the alphabet, crafts, outdoor activities (weather permitting in a completely gated play ground), and other activities that will bring repeated smiles to the children’s faces (without them even realizing they are totally immersed in Spanish!).
Oral language development
Building vocabulary & phonics
Story time and comprehension
All sessions are from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Optional Aftercare until 6:00 p.m.)
Winter and Spring MiniCamps Registration
APPLICATION FOR ENROLLMENT
If your application is accepted, you will receive a Paypal invoice
Who We Are EasySpanish123
EasySpanish123 is an organization dedicated to teaching Spanish Language. Learning a second language for a child is as natural and easy as learning to laugh. We use a creative curriculum that is organized around thematic units to provide a dynamic, participatory, and meaningful hands-on and memorable experience.
Our Vision and Mision
EasySpanish123 has been established to provide exposure to the Spanish Language to various forms of performing through games, interactive songs, stories, and other wonderful interaction so that the children learn Spanish in a natural and comfortable manner.
Our Guiding Principles and Values
- All projects should be in the Spanish Language in some form
- All projects should be either for children, about children, or to inspire children.
- All projects should generate an element of curiosity or surprise.