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Kindergarten–Grade 4

All 2020 Summer at Country Day offerings are available to current and incoming LJCDS families. Please visit the (login required) for the link to sign up for these complimentary programs. If you have any questions, please contact Summer Programs staff at summerprograms@lvcasedilegno.com.

New families are welcome to contact the office of admission for the link.


Academics

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  • Fun with the American Girls® (Grades 1–4)

    Join Addy, Samantha and Kit for class this summer! Based on the popular American Girl® novels, this course explores daily life during various periods of our nation’s history. There is time each day for reading, related games and crafts.

    June 15–19
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS Lower School educator Andrea Boehme
  • FUNdamentals!: Around the World (Grades 1–2)

    Each day students will take an exciting trip to a new country by engaging in reading, writing, art and math activities related to the country of the day. All assignments will be geared toward reinforcement of skills needed for incoming first- and second-grade students.
     
    July 13–17
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS educators Lauren Hansen and Laurel Johnson
  • FUNdamentals: Sports (Grades 1–2)

    Welcome to FUNdamentals! We will explore different types of sports through literature, writing, art and math. Each day we will try out a different sport. Students are welcome to sign up for one or two weeks. All assignments are geared toward reinforcement of skills needed for incoming first- and second-grade students.

    June 29–July 2 (There will be no camp on July 3)
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS first-grade associate educator Jana Tilley
  • Jurassic Camp (K–Grade 1)

    ROOOOOAR! Get ready for a week filled with all things prehistoric! Students will learn about the creatures who once roamed, what they looked like and what their surroundings may have been. Students will participate in art, math and literacy activities over the five days that will reinforce various school skills and build friendships.
     
    July 7–10 (There will be no camp on July 6)
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS associate educator Lauren Hansen
  • Ready, Set, Go Kindergarten (Kindergarten)

    Things with Wings: This themed session includes literature, science and art activities. 

    June 22–June 26
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS kindergarten educator Dani Bonfield
  • Summer Spanish Camp (Grades 1–4)

    Summertime is a great opportunity to get exposed to the Spanish language! Students will be practicing listening and speaking skills which are the main focus during this summer class. This program is very interactive and engaging where children will be learning useful conversational skills, basic vocabulary and cultural traits related to the Spanish-speaking traditions. We will be doing this through songs, hands-on activities and fun games. What we learn with pleasure, we never forget!

    June 8–12
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS world language educator Jezabel Rabaneda Boo

    June 22–26
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS world language educator Jezabel Rabaneda Boo

    June 29–July 2 (There will be no camp on July 3)
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS world language educator Jezabel Rabaneda Boo

Arts

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  • Craft Time! (Grades 3-6)

    Looking to get creative this summer? Craft Time provides a week of DIY crafts and projects using materials from around your house in a fun social setting. We will be making a variety of different projects including origami, collage art, instruments and more.

    July 13–17
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS educator G Trupp

    July 20–24
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS educator G Trupp
  • Hue and Balance–Fun with Pastels (Grades 3–6)

    Discover the basics of pastels: how to use color to achieve harmonious effects and the use of the color wheel. There will be an emphasis on the elements of art, composition, form and contemporary art. Along with improving drawing skills, students will be encouraged to use their imaginations and to develop their own style. 
     
    July 7–10 (There will be no camp on July 6)
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS art educator Liz Stringer
  • Intro to 2–D Art (Grades 3–6)

    Develop your voice in this beginning course that will introduce students to a dynamic variety of two-dimensional art-making. This class is truly an experimental laboratory where creativity, art-making and design skills are developed. Some materials used include charcoal, graphite, pen and ink, colored pencils, pastels and collage. Students will be encouraged to use their imaginations to develop their own style. 
     
    July 27–July 31
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS art educator Liz Stringer

Tech/STEAM

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  • LEGO® STEAM (Grades 1–2)

    It’ll be a brick-tastic week in LEGO® STEAM camp! Students will use LEGO® to conduct science experiments, review math skills and create artistic masterpieces. They will build on their learning with a daily construction challenge.
     
    July 27–31
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS educator Lauren Hansen
  • Space Camp (Grades 1–2)

    We are clear for launch! Come explore space through science, art and robotic challenges. We will have a special STEAM challenge day full of fun games and with special guest presenters from the Air and Space Museum. Come rocket into this adventure!
     
    July 20–24
    9–11:30 a.m.
    LJCDS educator Lauren Hansen

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