Mariposas June Summer Camp 2019
It’s not just Spanish camp… The children will have a blast learning Spanish through outdoor games, story time, cultural activities, cooking, music, dance, and art. This particular camp is geared specifically for our continuing students so they can build on the lessons that we have been focusing on all year in addition to learning about a specific culture.
The children will be divided into groups by age/level and rotate between classes (cooking, dance/music, culture/art, geography) as they explore the culture of this year’s theme: Venezuela. At our camps, children are acquiring Spanish language skills while learning about the Latin culture through fun, hands-on activities. And on our last day, we will have a performance for family and friends.
This camp is for two weeks. We recommend it for our students (past and present) but will open it up to a few students outside of the Mariposas family. If you cannot make both weeks, we will have some spaces available for week one; however the second week of camp is for those continuing from week one. Toddler camp has limited spaces but is completely open to the general public. All students must be potty trained except for the toddler group.
2019 THEME: Venezuela!
Registration closes May 15, 2019:
June 3rd-7th & 10th-14th (2 weeks)
3501 Red River (Upbring School of Arts & Sciences)
Ages: 2-8 years* (5 groups) *Assistants: 9yrs +
2 spaces left! Waitlist in some groups
Tuition | Time:
9:00-12:30pm – $445 (2 weeks) / $280 (week 1)
9:00-2:30pm – $595 (2 weeks) / $355 (week 1)
9:00-5:00pm – $755 (2 weeks) / $445 (week 1)
(8:30 drop off available- contact us for prices )
Note: We have limited availability for those enrolling only in week 1.
The fine print: The tuition includes a $100 non refundable deposit and a $15 application fee due once you register. Full camp tuition is due by May 1st. The last day to receive a refund is May 10th, 2019.
Registration will open in mid February 4th, 2019. RSVP to stay informed!
Our goal is to create a memorable experience that the children can take with them in future endeavors. Thus we aspire to provide a diverse camp, where students can practice their Spanish through a variety of activities while also being exposed to different cultures and ways of living.
“Laura, Yvette, & Team~
You all are fantastic. Our kiddos loved Spanish camp. I’m shocked at how much they learned in such a short amount of time. I hear them singing songs in Spanish all the time (loudly because, well, I have loud children). Last night at dinner, I said something about Guatemala and Everett said, “No mama. It’s “wha”tamala. You have to say it right.” Thought that was awesome. We also loved the end of camp performance. Keep up the amazing work!”
Kendall, August 2017