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2021 Clubhouse Super Summer Camp

Academic Overview

We believe that education is extremely important. Although it is summertime, we do a lot of academic enrichment to ensure our campers are ready for next school year. We have the perfect balance of fun, adventure, safety, and academics.

 

Below is a brief of our academic overview for this summer. 

 

Academics are broken down by grade levels, all campers participate in academics. Our 3 – young 5 campers will do academics daily using the preschool Christian Abeka Curriculum.

For a complete overview of summer academics please download the packet here: 

Reading 

 

Throughout the summer, students will practice reading and writing daily (excluding special trip days).  The goal is for students to improve their reading fluency and comprehension, as well as written response through daily independent and collaborative practice. 

Focus Concepts

 

  • Literary Genres

  • Literary Elements

  • Part of Speech

  • Compare/Concepts

  • Word Parts

  • Main Idea and Supporting Details

  • Inferencing/Predictions

  • Point of View

  • Multiple Meaning Words

  • Sentence/Paragraph Formation

  • Punctuation

Math 

 

Throughout the summer, students will enrich their math skills through guided practice and repetition.  One primary goal for our campers is to learn the first 10 multiples of every number 1-10.

This will not only help students to successfully complete summer math work, but it will also significantly support their ability to learn the multi-step math problems that are introduced later in elementary school.

Stations 

 

  •  GP (Guided Practice)

In this station, the instructor reviews/teaches a concept to students in a small group setting. This station is designed to introduce new math concepts to students while providing support for comprehension, as well as reviewing concepts students learn in school.  

  • IXL

In this station, students will practice the concept of the day on an online educational program called IXL. This station is designed to strengthen the skill of the day, as well as provide practice for memory of the multiples of the number of the week.

  • Drills (Flashcards/Modeling)

In this station, students will team up with a classmate(s) to practice flashcards. This station is designed to build mental math skills and strengthen memory of the multiples of the number of the week.

For a complete overview of summer academics please download the packet here: