Two one-week sessions
June 15–19, June 22–26 CANCELED
9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Boys and girls, rising 1st through rising 3rd graders
What to bring: snack, water bottle
Arrival/dismissal zone: Red
This camp is a fun and exciting introduction to French language and culture. The basics of the language will be introduced through music, art, games, and conversation. Campers will acquire a foundation in the French language by building vocabulary naturally as they enjoy hands-on, interactive activities. Throughout the week, campers will record skits in French, build an “All About Me Book” in French, and work on a painting inspired by a famous French artist. We will conclude our week together with a French breakfast of croissants and pains au chocolat to celebrate our hard work!
Also check out Welcome to the Spanish-Speaking World!
Teacher bio: A native of France, Mme. Miller has been a French teacher for the past thirteen years. Born in Paris, Mme. Miller studied at the Sorbonne before moving to the U.S. She worked at The Taft School for ten years before coming to Maryland where she worked at McDonogh School. Currently, she teaches at the Academy of the Holy Cross. She loves cooking French food for her family, especially crêpes, so they can enjoy a taste of her beloved France.
Fun fact: Mme. Miller played tennis on center court at the French Open.