Repeats every 2 weeks every Monday and every Tuesday and every Wednesday and every Thursday and every Friday until Fri Aug 12 2016 except Mon Jul 04 2016.Monday, June 6, 2016 to Friday, August 12, 2016
Monday, May 30, 2016 - 12:00am
8:30 am to 2:30 pm
Session One: All About Me, A Scientific Approach (June 6-17) Session Two: Healthy Asian Cooking (June 20- July 1) Session Three: Experience and Travel through China in 10 days (July 5-15) No Camp on July 4 Session Four: Let’s Go Camping (July18-29) Session Five: The Sea World (August 1-12)
2578 42n aveSan Francisco, San Francisco County, California 94116
Session One: All About Me, A Scientific Approach (June 6-17) Uncover the mysteries of the heart and skeletal systems. We will put on our lab coats and transform our classroom into a science lab! Our young little scientist campers will take part in hands-on activities to help broaden theirunderstanding of basic and health sciences.During this session campers will be introduced to many different physiological phenomenons while they participate in activities such as animal heart, eye, and kidney dissections and learn about the human skeletal anatomy and the cardio-vascular system. We will construct a skeleton and discuss how it supports, protects, and maintains our bodies. Activities will stimulate the students’ interests in medical science.Field trip to California Academy of Sciences. Fee:$25/student. A performance and party will be held for families and friends on the last day of camp to showcase newly acquired cooking and language skills. Session Two: Healthy Asian Cooking (June 20- July 1)This session offers campers a chance to learn how to cook Asian dishes in this exciting, interactive hands-on cooking class. Students will craft delectable delicacies inspired by cultures and cuisines worldwide. We will focus on vocabulary related to different healthy foods, ingredients, methods of cooking, and learning to write recipes in detail.In addition to cooking healthy, we will also discuss how eating healthy and exercise affects our bodies. We have it all covered in this session!Campers will take home culinary creations. Each day they will create a tempting new recipe for you to enjoy! We will also visit a dim sum restaurant to taste the wide variety of traditional Chinese eats while practicing their Mandarin language skills.This session will have an extra charge of $30 for food materials. Field trip to a restaurant, Fee: $10/student. A performance and party will be held for families and friends on the last day of camp to showcase newly acquired language skills. Session Three: Experience and Travel through China in 10 days (July 5-15) No Camp on July 4In this session, Monkey King, Su WuKong, are joining our camp. Campers will have their passports ready to explore China with the Monkey King. There will be a holistic approach to teaching language, culture, and holidays. We will celebrate the main Chinese traditional festivals and holidays. Activities during this session include paper-cutting, calligraphy, brush painting, and a tea ceremony. We’ll also cook traditional holiday foods (dumplings, spring rolls, and other treats), experience various cultural activities, and watch and discuss the points of interest of China's long history and sites of natural beauty. Field trip to Asian Art Museum. Fee: Free. A performance and party will be held for families and friends on the last day of camp to showcase newly acquired language skills. Session Four: Let’s Go Camping (July18-29)In this session, campers explore and learn about survival skills in the great outdoors. Tents, sleeping bags, campfire stories, BBQs, fishing games, map reading, treasure hunts, are just some of the activities planned for language learning fun in our outdoor adventures! Our little campers will learn useful skills and vocabulary for camping in the wild. They will also have their own camping adventure as they sleep in their sleeping bags in a tent, make their own treasure maps, go on a scavenger hunt, and make s’mores! Field Trip to Grove Sern. Fee: Free. A performance and party will be held for families and friends on the last day of camp to showcase newly acquired language skills. Session Five: The Sea World (August 1-12)Investigate the undersea world of some interesting and wonderful creatures. We will lead students to understand our environment and teach them about some important environmental issues. Campers will spend 10 days immersed in marine habitats with a variety of hands-on activities that introduce them to some marine organisms and involve them in learning to care for our coasts and ocean. There will be a sand party at the beach and lot’s of exploring and fun to be had!Field trip to Aquarium of the Bay. Fee: $15/student. A performance and party will be held for families and friends on the last day of camp to showcase newly acquired language skills.
Camp Tuition: $50 Non-refundable registration fee $480/session Each Session is 2 weeks $60/session Before care (7:30–8:30 am) $140/session After Camp Care (2:30–6:00 pm) $260/week There is an opportunity to participate in the camp for only 1 week instead of 2. There will be an additional charge for field trips Refunds: No refunds after May 15, 2016 We do not offer a refund/credit for unattended classes. Sign up and save! $50 registration discount for early birds. Additional $40 discount for a second session for those who register for one or more sessions (must be paid by March 2 to receive discount). Sibling discount of $20/session/family.
Mei Jia Chinese Learning Center Mandarin Summer Camp
Organization and Program Categories:
Academics & Tutoring
Cultural and Ethnic
Early Childhood Development
Chinese Summer Camp Mandarin lesson
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Mandarin Summer Camp