The camps listed below are following the policy and procedures set out by our organization which include the following requirements:
– The camps must hire qualified bilingual staff and must use bilingual volunteers.
– All camp staff and volunteers over the age of 18 must have a Vulnerable Sector Check.
– Both a Level C CPR course and a Standard Level First Aid course are required for at least one staff member at the camps depending on the number of campers.
– Our campers are covered by our third-party liability insurance policy.
Please email us at [email protected] or call us at 1-800-667-0594 x 1 if you have any questions.
GREATER TORONTO AREA
Since 2001, Camp Tournesol has provided French camps in the GTA for tens of thousands of children ages 4 to 14. Whether your child is Francophone, in French Immersion, or has no French experience, we have a day camp or an overnight experience for them. Language modules include a wide variety of instructional strategies for learning in formal and informal settings. For example, arts and crafts is a time for campers to flex their artistic muscles while interacting in French in an authentic task. From cooperative learning to structured simulations, the creativity module engages campers’ imagination and social skills in creating a shared skit, song or dramatic piece. Counsellors teach and model new vocabulary and sentence structures, adapted to each child’s French level. These are then applied in the course of our modules such as team building, sports and favourite camp games like cat and mouse, choir master and “What time is it, Mr. Wolf?” In this supportive context, kids are encouraged to share, learn, and try new things. Activities and themes change week to week.
When: From July 8th until August 23rd
Where: 16 campuses across the Toronto GTA
Ages: 4 to 14 years old
Contact: [email protected] 888-593-3350
More information: www.campt.ca
We offer both day camps and overnight programs including:
- Introduction to French day camp for ages 4 to 10;
- French day camp for children in FI or francophone schools for ages 6 to 12;
- CIT program for ages 13 to 14;
- Overnight camps in Ontario for ages 8 to 14;
- Leadership program for ages 12 to 15;
We also provide year-round academic support:
- Online French Tutoring
- A French Academy for structured French lessons
Click here for camp locations and more information on programs.
We will be playing games, making crafts and all sorts of fun stuff while we learn and practice French! Our curriculum, which has been developed by current French teachers, focuses on vocabulary and pronunciation development, improving overall comprehension, practicing reading, writing and most importantly, helping students to feel more confident and engaged in their second language. The camp will be run by Les Petites Pommes.
Where: Mohawk Park Indoor Pavilion, 51 Lynnwood Dr, Brantford, ON N3S 6S3
When: Jul 15-19
Camp runs Monday to Friday from 8:45 AM to 3:45 PM.
Before & after care is offered from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM at an additional cost.
Ages: 5 – 12 years old
Days are fully structures with a balance of indoor and outdoor activities, crafts, games, and creative projects! Our curriculum, which has been developed by current French teachers, focuses on vocabulary and pronunciation development, improving overall comprehension, practicing reading, writing and most importantly, helping students to feel more confident and engaged in their second language. The camp will be run by Les Petites Pommes.
Where: Harcourt United Church, 87 Dean Ave, Guelph, ON N1G 1L3
When: July 29-Aug 2, Aug. 6-9, Aug. 12-16, Aug. 19-23
Ages: 4-10 years old
Haliburton French Day Camp
Immerse your camper in a week-long French Day Camp with a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. Your
camper will experience a field trip to the Canoe Museum, exploring the great outdoors (camp fire Cooking, SUP,
archery etc.), culinary adventures (pizza making etc.), and arts and crafts.
Where: A.J. La Rue Arena, Haliburton
When: Week 1 – Monday, July 8 – Friday, July 12; Week 2 – Monday, July 15 – Friday, July 19
Ages: 7 – 12 years old
Contact: Melissa Valentini
A French summer camp that organizes themed days such as Hawaiian Day and Super Hero Day. Campers learn in an outdoor environment through games and activities, all of which are provided in French. Enjoy field trips to museums, nature parks, and splash pads. The camp is run by FSL teachers who teach Grade 1 and Grade 3.
Where: Elgin Market P.S
When: July 29 – Aug 2
Ages: 6 – 10 (Students who have completed the Grade 1 program only).
Contact: [email protected]
The CPF Trillium South Chapter will host a structured indoor and outdoor activity making practicing and learning French fun. There will be before and after care. The camp will be run by Les Petites Pommes.
When: July 8 – 12
Ages: 5 – 12 years old
The CPF North Wellington Chapter will host a structured indoor and outdoor activity practicing and learning French
Fun. there will be before and after care. The camp will be run by Les Petites Pommes.
When: July 22 – 26
Ages: 5 – 12 years old
French Visual Arts Summer Camp
Mixed Media – my place in the world (the young artists and their identity). Using a variety of materials and techniques (Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall,
Pablo Picasso, and more) to create original artwork.
Where: Dewson St. Jr Public School, Toronto
When: July 22 – 26
Ages: 6 – 12 years old learning French as a Second Language (FSL)
Fee: $235 for members. Free CPF membership for non-members if booked by March 31. After March 31, add $25 to fee (total of $260)
Contact: D. Williams
Click here for CPF 2019 National Summer Camps.
Find a camp experience TODAY by visiting French Street for a list of French camps offered in your community throughout the year across Ontario, Canada, and internationally for all ages!
French Street is a unique online collection of French resources designed to support teachers, students and parents. This one-of-a-kind database provides French activities, camps, programs and more that will enhance the French Second Language (FSL) experience in the classroom and in the community. French Street is another milestone in CPF’s efforts to build awareness and understanding of Francophone culture through active participation in community activities all around us. It was developed and is maintained by Canadian Parents for French (Ontario).