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Week 9 Specialty Camps 2022

Week 9

8/15-8/18/22

 

Culinary Kids Club 1st-8th AM Camp

The napkins are pressed and the table is set! Now it’s time to join the Culinary Kids Club. Your little chef will be creating works of art with food! Students will learn how to caramelize crème brulee and prepare a freshly made pizza. Students will sample their own creations, follow recipes, and have tasty snacks to bring home. A special guest appearance from a local Orange County Executive Chef will be an extra treat to complete this week of fun in the kitchen.

 

MS Orchestra – 6th-8th AM Camp (Heritage Oak Students Only)

This class will prepare current orchestra students for the upcoming school year. Students will work in an ensemble with multiple instruments and sections. They will learn new techniques with their respective instruments and focus as a group on music theory, music history, listening and aural skills, music notation, and new music terms.  The camp will conclude with a video recording which will be submitted to Disneyland for a festival audition. Students interested in attending the festival during the school year must be in the audition video.

 

Concert Band – 6th-8th AM Camp(Heritage Oak Students Only)

Heritage Oak Students Only. Concert Band is open to students who have completed first or second year band at Heritage Oak during the school year. Please bring your Accent on Achievement Book 1 and your instrument.

 

Read and Sequence – JK/K   AM Camp

This class will focus on engaging the students while working on comprehension, fluency and building confidence. Each story will provide students with an opportunity to practice reading short stories they can decode with phonics skills and sight word recognition. This class is ideal for the struggling reader or beginning reader as the stories will provide work in the foundation of reading through phonics and sight words.

 

Writers Workshop – 1st- 2nd  AM Camp

This writing class will not only strengthen campers’ skills, it will also foster a love of writing in a fun, encouraging environment. Because this class will focus on writing using a voice, campers will draw inspiration from creative projects done inside the class such as painting and crafting. Each student will also keep a writing journal which will be used daily. Comparison writing activities from the start of camp until the end will allow parents to see the wonderful progress made by their campers.

 

School Year Prep: Math  1st/2nd  AM Camp

Students will work on concepts that meet 1st and 2nd grade Mathematics Standards; numerical sequencing, understand and analyze the relationship among numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, place value, basic fractions, measurement, collect, organize, and analyze data, time, money, and understand geometric principles.  

 

School Year Prep: Math  3rd-5th  AM Camp

Students will work on concepts that meet 3rd and 4th grade Mathematics Standards; multiplication, division, understand and analyze the relationship among numbers, use place value to perform multi digit arithmetic, fractions,  measurement, estimation, represent and interpret data, geometric measurement, time, money, understand and solve statistical and probability problems, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles.  

 

Cursive Club – 1st-3rd PM Camp

Students will practice their cursive penmanship using both uppercase and lowercase letters. This class will focus on proper formation, the connection of the letters, neatness, size, consistency, and the natural slant of cursive lettering. A variety of tools including sand, yarn, crayons, watercolor paint, shaving cream, chalk, and glue will add fun and excitement to the class as students perfect their skills. This camp is most useful for students who have not yet learned how to read or write in cursive as well as students who would like to improve their fine motor skills and penmanship.

 

Phonics and Fluency – JK/K  PM Camp

This class is packed with phonemic awareness and phonics fun! Games for matching letters and sounds, rhyming, and counting phonemes will strengthen your child’s phonics skills. Students will also practice sight words to increase fluency.

 

Literature Study: Watercress 1st/2nd PM Camp (NEW)

This camp will encourage students to be creative while challenging students to use skills in reading comprehension, story analysis, making predictions, drawing conclusions, and creativity. Andrea Wang tells a moving autobiographical story of a child of immigrants discovering and connecting with her heritage, 

 

Writer’s Workshop- 3rd-5th- PM Camp

This writing class will not only strengthen campers’ skills, it will also foster a love of writing in a fun, encouraging environment. Because this class will focus on writing using a voice, campers will draw inspiration from creative projects done inside the class such as painting and crafting. Each student will also keep a writing journal which will be used daily. Comparison writing activities from the start of camp until the end will allow parents to see the wonderful progress made by their campers.

 

Sing! Act! Dance! Action!- JK-8th PM Camp

Calling all performers! This camp will focus on performing arts. Students will learn basic stage directions, learn scripted pieces, and express themselves through song and dance. This is a high energy camp full of fun and creative opportunities for young performers. 

 

Tech Week 6th-8th PM  (Heritage Oak Students Only)