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Winter Camp 2014


 

Bring your child to our "Tour Around the World in the Winter"! What better than helping your kids have a "first-hand" contact with other culture's traditions while learning the language without having to travel? Groups are very small and space is limited to 7 campers per class. We'll have 3 classes for 3 different fluency levels and ages. Each component of our winter camp will enhance your child's experience of the Spanish language and culture via dance, crafts, songs, stories and more. Our classes are taught by native speakers who are not only professionals but also passionate about what they do! Regardless of what holiday traditions you have or what time of the year you celebrate them, it’s important for our kids to be aware of the differences and similarities in cultures. We are forming open minded kids who can share, understand, and respect other people’s traditions. They will learn vocabulary and phrases related to the foods, people, decorations, and music that make part of their holiday traditions. Kids – join us for holiday arts, crafts, music and games (while parents get a little extra shopping time)!

 Winter Camp Schedule 

Ages 5-10 Morning Schedule and Activities 

 

8:30 am: Welcome Celebration, and Daily Routine

9:00am: Language Activities

10:00am: Arts and Crafts (Theme based)

10:45am: Snack (A highly healthy treat provided by   LangoKids Irvine)

11:10am: Adventure in the winter (science experiments, games, TPR activities, writing and reading in the target language, story telling, and more)

12:30pm: Closing of the day


 SPANISH CAMP PRICES AND DATES


 

Camp held on December   6th, 13th and 20th

TUITION

$249



Note: Winter Camps take place at our regular location for classes LangoKids Irvine.

Want to see what we did in past winter camps?


 

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Summer Camp 2014


 We are excited to announce our first “All Spanish Sumer Camp”. Camp Lango has a history that began back in 2009 (See all 5 years of camp here), but this is the first camp where only Spanish will be spoken (Solamente Español). It will be a real immersion experience for those interested in making Spanish their kids’ second or third language. They’ll understand it, speak it, and ultimately… love it! Camp Lango is an all-day camp designed to give children ages 5-10 a unique summer experience. Campers get to spend their summertime having fun, being engaged in the summer, and taking pretend trips to different destinations of Latin America and Europe. At Camp Lango each week is a new destination! The best thing is we don't have to fly! Without lost luggage and jet lag, we are able to "visit" these places and learn about their traditions, recreation, and cuisine. Each week ends with a celebration for parents, family, and friends. Extended care in the morning and afternoon is available for FREE. Our longstanding partnership with College for Kids at IVC provides great services and the best security for our teachers and kids. We’ll have access to multimedia rooms and ample play areas for our outdoor games and adventure challenges of the afternoon. Don't miss out on the opportunity of having your children experience a fun and full of learning summertime with us!


 

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 Save 10% if you register before or on April 1st


 


 Prices for Camp Lango


 


Camp Lango

Half days

Full days

1 week of Camp Lango

$229

$349

2 weeks of Camp Lango

$448

$688

3weeks of Camp Lango

$657

$1017

4 weeks of Camp Lango

$856

$1336

5weeks of Camp Lango

$1045

$1645

6weeks of Camp Lango

$1224

$1944

7 weeks of Camp Lango

$1393

$2233


 


*This year, we have two 50% off scholarships ( Scholarships for Camp Lango 2014 will be assigned on March 31st) to families that are in a tight financial situation, but truly desire this experience for their kids and can tell us a very compelling story. Email us at cgarcia@langokidsirvine.com to request your application form.


 


Go to this link and read the suggestions we have to help you decide the best class/camp choice for your child.


 Camp Lango Daily Schedule


  


Activities

7:30 am-9:00am

9:00 am

9:15am

10:25am

10:40 am

11:30 am

12:00 pm

12:40 pm

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

2:30 pm

3:00 pm

3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

FREE Extended Care Drop-off

Beginning of Program and Welcome Celebration

Group Division and Language Activities

Snack

Music/Reader’s Theater/Writing Workshops

Arts &Crafts (theme based)

Lunch/End of the day for Half-day Campers

Resting Time/Games

Adventure Challenge and The Week’s Destination

Music & Story Time

Review of topics of the day, end of the day celebration

Pick-up Time

FREE Extended Care


 


 


 Each language follows a similar schedule of activities. This is just a sample schedule as each day may vary according to the activities planned for that day. Every Friday at 11:30 am, parents are invited to join their child for an end of the week celebration. Join us and see your kids using the language on the stage.


Location

Dates

Prices

 IRVINE VALLEY COLLEGE

IVC (The Kids' College)

5500 Irvine Center Dr. Irvine, CA

Classrooms TBA

15 minute drop off and pick-up area in parking lot #4

 

June 30- July 3 *No class on July 4th - Day compensated with additional materials

 

July 7 - July 11

 

July 14 - July 18

 

July 21 - July 25

 

July 28 - Aug. 1

 

Aug. 4 - Aug. 8

 

Aug. 11 - Aug. 15

* 1 week registrations are not allowed.

*Weeks purchased have to be consecutive for us to guarantee results.  

 Half-day

9am-12pm$229/week*

Full day

9am-3 pm $349/week*

FREE Extended Care:

7:30am - 9am

             3pm-5pm

*When paying online and by card, a 2.5% convenience charge applies. Convenience Fee Waved for Personal payments by check or cash only.


 


IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT SUMMER CAMP


 


All kids/component.aspx?id=17435&type=Image that attend summer camp advance dramatically in their language skills. Of course, the longer they're in the program, the better the results will be. We group students by levels of fluency and by ages. For Spanish, there will be 4 teachers working with four groups of about 10-12 students each.  Parents of kids who haven't had much exposure, are encouraged to purchase weeks early in the program. NO week is a pre-requisite for the next, in fact, all topics are separate, but for those who have stayed longer, we do revisit topics from other weeks and knowledge builds up. The fact that there are kids who do the entire program, makes level to go up week after week, so the last 2 or 3 weeks are a little more challenging than any other weeks, so please be aware of that when you register.


/component.aspx?id=17436&type=ImageWhen you bring a child to us, you are entrusting your child to experienced professionals in the area of language teaching. Additionally, we are moms of fully bilingual and trilingual kids (who are in the program as well), and that sets us apart from other language schools.


 


Summer cam/component.aspx?id=17433&type=Imagep is our favorite time of the year not only because it's so nice out, but also because it's very gratifying to see how much campers accomplish in only 7 weeks. In fact, a camper is able to achieve in 7 weeks, what a student accomplishes taking one class a week for a year and a half.


/component.aspx?id=17434&type=ImageEvery week we give our campers a new book with all the activities we learn throughout the week. They receive it on Monday and they take it home on Fridays so parents can review concepts at home. Every day we work on a different project and kids bring those projects home. Ask your camper about the craft; we are sure they'll have a great story to tell! 


 


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 Safety is first for us. IVC does a fantastic job providing us assistance through their Campus Safety Team. We also make sure all kids are taken care of all at all times. Cristina, the director, is there at all times supervising and helping teachers and campers.


 


 


 REFUND POLICY


 


  • Withdrawals before June 1: Camp fee refunded less 10% Administrative Fee.
  • Withdrawals between June 2-June 21: Camp fee refunded less 25% Administrative Fee
  • On or after June 30: Camp fee is non refundable.





See our Gallery of Photos and Videos from previous years HERE


See what our customers think about our services HERE


 


WEEKLY THEMES AND DESTINATIONS


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Camp Lango in Irvine is the place where your child will acquire a language, be safe, grow, and make friends while enjoying the summertime. Our theme of each week goes along with regular camp activities which culminate with a celebration and performance for parents and friends on the last day of the week. Don’t miss out! Join us for 2 weeks or the entire summer. The experience and the language acquired will never be forgotten.


 


 


 


CAMP LANGO-SPANISH


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Week # 1: June 30 - July 3 Insectmania/Mania de Insectos


 


I/component.aspx?id=51115&type=Image bet you didn’t know that in spite of their size, insects are the largest group in the animal kingdom. I would have never imagined that either! Scientists estimate there are over 1 million insect species on the planet living and adapting to all environments, from the hottest to the coldest places on earth.  So, we thought that they deserved our attention and the honor to help us kick off a great summer camp this year. We also thought that it will be worth helping insects clean their bad reputation for being disgusting, nasty, and creepy creatures…no worries, we’ll make sure they don’t bug our campers at all! Kids will enjoy learning about them, appreciating them, listening to stories about them, and turning into entomologists for a day as they go on a bug hunt. Campers will also learn why insects are so good to humans. They help us by pollinating our crops, decomposing organic matter, they can even help researchers find cures for cancer, and believe it or not, they can help detectives solve crimes. We have a lot to learn from them as they are amazing team workers, and they are incredible at displaying their defense mechanisms. However, on the not so positive side, they can affect humans by spreading diseases and damaging plants and structures, and that's why learning about their lives is a worthwhile pursuit. Join us for an exciting first week of camp!


Destination of the Week: Colombia (Cool fact: Colombia covers only 1 percent of the world's land surface, but boasts 10 percent of the world's flora and fauna) 


 


Week # 2: July 7 - July 11 Time Travelers/ Viajeros del Tiempo/component.aspx?id=51118&type=Image


Give your child a ticket to go back in time and to explore world history! How about going to Spain to see what life in the medieval times was like? Although, this is a very convoluted time in history of humanity, we’ll show the kids the good things about it of course…living in castles, going to fighting tournaments, dealing with furious Vikings, and experiencing the blossoming of knowledge in fields such as literature, architecture, arts, and more. Our campers will have a blast comparing medieval lifestyle with the modern lifestyle we know today. We know they’ll be very surprised of what they learn. One little caveat was for example, people back then didn’t have airplanes or cars to go from one place to another. How did they cope then? Come to camp Lango this week and find out!


Destination of the Week: Spain (Fun fact: People in the Middle Ages despised bathing for many reasons. Queen Isabel I of Spain once confessed that she had taken a bath only twice in her lifetime, when she was first born and when she got married...that's when perfumes became so popular, and necessary I'd say)


 


Week# 3: July 14 - July 18 Sea Myths and Adventures: Sirens, Pirates, and Mermaids/ Mitos del Mar y Aventuras: Sirenas y Piratas


/component.aspx?id=51121&type=ImageThis is probably going to sound confusing, but it’s actually true. Do you know how to say mermaid in Spanish? Sirena. OK and now, do you know how to say siren in Spanish? Sirena as well. Confused yet? In Spanish there’s only one word to say mermaid and siren, however, those are two very different creatures. The only thing they have in common is the fact that they are mythological and magical beings. What’s different is their nature and what they do for sea travelers. Have you heard or read the Odyssey by Homer? Odysseus, the novel’s hero crosses the sea but is warned not to listen to the sirens’ beautiful singing, so he plugs his ears with wax and he escapes from falling in their terrible and lethal trap. Physically speaking, a siren is a creature with the body of a bird and the head of a woman, and a mermaid…well you know. You also associate the idea of a mermaid to something good and innocent. We can’t forget our pirates, fearless fellows that can’t wait for camp to start. This week we’ll need campers that help us read maps, locate cardinal points, and find priceless treasures. Join us this week for a great sea adventure!


Destination of the Week: Puerto Rico


 


Week# 4 July 21 July 25:   Dinosaur Fever/Fiebre de Dinosaurios/component.aspx?id=51122&type=Image


Who doesn’t love talking about dinosaurs? I don’t know about you and your kids, but I find them fascinating! It’s incredible to me that dinosaurs ruled the earth for hundreds of millions of years and then suddenly they disappeared. Where did they go? This week we’ll have fun learning about these mighty creatures, their habitats, food, we’ll find out amazing facts, watch awesome videos and stories, make cool fossil projects and more! Have you heard of Pterodactyls? You may think those are dinosaurs too, but guess what…they are simply flying reptiles that lived during the age of the dinosaurs and the same happens with the ones that lived in water (can you think of their names?)…amazing, huh? Learn how to differentiate and characterize a real dinosaur this week at Camp Lango


Destination of the Week: Argentina


 


 


Week # 5: July 28- August 1 Architectural Wonders of the World/Maravillas Arquitectonicas