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Summer Camp 2022

Begins July 20th
3-4x a week
*20-45 minute classes 
SMALL groups 
*$15-$50/class  
*Dependent on the class & the number of enrolled students. 
Minimum enrollment is required or classes will not run. Minimum enrollment varies by class. 

โ€‹Think you MAY be interested? Complete the Summer Camp 2022 interest form by hitting the button below.  You will be added to a contact list and contacted when days and times are selected. Days and times will be selected based on family input on the form.  If you are still interested once the schedule is made, additional information will be sent your way about enrollment.

Class Options

Code Basics

Who is this class appropriate for?

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This class is for rising K-1st grade students who do not know

all of their letters and sounds.

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What will we learn?

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First sound- the ability to identify the first sound in a word. This is the first step in phoneme segmentation.

 

Phoneme segmentation- the ability to break words into individual sounds. This skill is necessary for spelling.

 

Phoneme blending- the ability to blend the individual sounds of a word together. This skill is necessary for reading.

 

Letter name, letter sound, and letter formation A-Z

 

Reading and spelling two-letter (VC) and three-letter (CVC) closed syllable words

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Foundations

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Who is this class appropriate for?

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This class is for rising 1st-3rd grade students who know 90% of their letter

sounds A-Z. Students may have laborious reading closed syllables and need

support with word reading fluency.

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What will we learn?

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Phoneme Segmenting- the ability to break words into individual sounds. This skill is necessary for spelling.

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Phoneme Blending- the ability to blend the individual sounds of a word together. This skill is necessary for reading.

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Phoneme Deletion and Phoneme Substitution- Delete or substitute a sound from a word to make a new word.

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Fluent reading and spelling of closed and open one-syllable words. This includes CVC, digraphs, and blends.

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Other Vowel Sounds

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Who is this class appropriate for?

This class is appropriate for rising 2nd-3rd graders who need help with long vowel

sounds and diphthongs.

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What will we learn?

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Review of closed and open syllables.

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Reading and spelling one-syllable silent-e and vowel team words.

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Multi-Syllable Level

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Who is this class appropriate for?

This class is for rising 3rd-6th that may struggle when reading or

spelling multisyllabic words. Students should be fluent in reading

one-syllable words. Students do not need prior knowledge of the

six syllable types.

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What will we learn?

Review six syllable types.

 

Reading and spelling multisyllabic words..

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Intermediate Book Club

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Who is this class appropriate for?

This class is for rising 4th-6th graders who are reading at grade level.

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What will we learn?

Students will vote on a book to read and discuss as a group. Our focus will be on comprehension and reading with expression. Students will be responsible to complete reading and writing activities independently in between sessions. 

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