- Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Ages 4 to 10
Join Les Lilas French Bilingual Community School’s Immersion Summer Camp Program! Our native speaking teachers will bring your children to life with a rich and fun experience while educating your children with our well-rounded, thoughtfully planned programs for all levels.
Camps are open to Les Lilas students and to non-students, beginner and all levels of speakers. Our camps are setup on weekly bases, offering several choices throughout five weeks (June 24-July 26) so you can plan your summer, family calendars.
Our Maternelle Program is open to all potty-trained children or children already exposed to school, Ages 4 - 6.
The Elementary Program is open to all children going into 1st through 5th Grade for the 2019-2020 academic school year.
Campers have the opportunity to participate each week in multiple activities to keep them engaged and enthusiastic, through a combination of fun academic classes to start each day and activities to keep them moving each afternoon. Activities such as: hikes, music, dance, sports, swimming, ping-pong, yoga, ball games, etc…
We also offer a wide range of additional activities and experiences for your child through our 4 Rotating-Workshops! We encourage our campers to make their own choices and have the freedom to try them all.
Station activities such as Bread Making, Dance/Karaoke, Coding, and Fashion.
It’s time to PRETEND & CREATE with Mme Katia and Mme Géraldine! This program is designed to awaken children’s imagination and creativity through movement, arts and music. Children will learn to work together by exploring familiar characters and stories; as well as, invent their own stories. In addition, they will practice memorizing and teamwork. Children will also create an Art Exhibit and create the Drama Stage for the end-of-the-week play.
On Friday: you are invited to come watch our little performers and view their Art Exhibit.
It is said that cooking is a really good stress buster. Fresh organic food is the basic need of a human being and cooking is a part of it. If kids have basic cooking skills, they will become self-sufficient. If the good food movement is to succeed, it will be through our children. Cooking is less expensive and it is also better for the environment. Believe it or not, cooking will boost kids’ social skills.
During this week we will discover a dish from a different country every day with some special guests. Your child will learn basic cooking skills They will learn about nutrition and where food comes from and make a recipe book so they can continue cooking at home.
Our campers will create our very own Les Lilas Restaurant (cooking, decorations, menu...)
On Friday, parents are invited to have lunch “Chez Nous”. Your child will cook for you, greet you, serve you and be your favorite waiter(ress).
This week is all about solving and creating different types of puzzles and problems using logical reasoning skills. Campers will be challenged to create their own puzzles and challenge their friends.
Our campers will be working collaboratively to engineer an escape room:
Race against the clock to complete challenges and puzzles, manipulate objects, and open locks. The unique games will have them using their spy skills to crack open a case, plotting against pirates to find hidden treasures, or uncovering clues to solve mysteries.
On Friday, parents are invited to try to escape their room.
This week will challenge the campers’ engineering and inventing skills. They will participate in an invention convention where they will create their own invention!
Les Lilas will be hosting a board game camp. Board games can be an instrumental tool to grow and encourage skills in spatial reasoning, math, critical thinking, group work and cooperation. Throughout this camp, students will have an opportunity to learn games from multiple genres with the help of Les Lilas staff and volunteers, to identify the structures of board game design and to then design a working prototype of their own board games.
The games selected for the camp will give students a comprehensive understanding of the skills and fun to be gained through collaboration and play.
On Friday, campers will enjoy a friendly tournament using their own board game that they created during the week, with some great prizes to win.
Campers will explore the fascinating world of insects at Les Lilas Bug Camp!
Let’s go explore the outdoor parks around and find some bugs! This week we will look for bugs outside and learn about the life cycle of some interesting bugs right in our own backyard.
Some of the topics covered during this week are types of insects, insect identification, insect habitats and human-insect interactions.
On Friday: we will have a BUG specialist visit us with some very special bugs!
Including: Chilean Rose-Haired Tarantulas, Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches, Vinegaroons, Flat Rock Scorpions, Millipedes, Blue Death-Feigning Beetles, Tanzanian Tailless Whipscorpions, and more!
Summer Camps held at Les Lilas Campus in Kirkland.
For enrollment information and registration forms please contact us at (425) 301-0946 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a high school or college student who speaks French and has a passion for working with children?
We would love to have you join our summer staff as an intern.
For more information or to apply, please submit your résumé to email@example.com