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CASA de ESPAÑOL
2115 J St., Suite 102
Sacramento, CA 95816 USA

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Spanish Summer Camps


Times, Ages and Prices
Classes are divided by age and skill level: 4-5, 6-7 and 8-10. Classes are held Monday-Thursday: 9-12pm & 1-4pm. We offer a half day option for $165 (materials and snacks included, lunch not provided); as well as a full day: $330 (materials and snacks included, lunch not provided).

About Our Camps
All of our camps have been designed with age appropriate activities to help develop students’ language skills by encouraging them to be creative and thoughtful. We use traditional rhymes, art, music and play to activate imaginations and teach students to appreciate the Spanish language and its many cultures. We offer eight one-week camps from June 22-Aug 15. There is a morning and afternoon session for parents to choose from. The morning and afternoon activities are different, so students can choose to stay all day if they wish. Also, a light healthy snack is provided once in the morning and then again in the afternoon for all students. Students, who choose the all-day option, must bring their own lunch. For availability, please call us at 916-346-4535.

WE ARE A SUGAR FREE, NO PEANUT ZONE!

Mi pequeño(a) artista – My little artist
Two options: June 22-25 and July 20-23

In this fun and dynamic Spanish camp, we will explore Spain and Latin America through the perspective of its most influential artists. Beginning with pre-Columbia and ending with the great artists of the 20th century, we will develop your little Diego Rivera’s Spanish and artistic knowledge through games, activities and projects that stimulate language acquisition and cultural awareness. As well as learning about these amazing artists, students will also learn conversational Spanish based on weekly vocabulary themes. For students who are more advanced or who are heritage speakers (speak Spanish at home), they will also develop reading, writing and comprehension skills with other children, who are also at their level.


¡Viva la música!
Two options: June 29-July 2 and July 27-30

For this four-day camp. Students will dive into the amazing world of music from Latin America and Spain! Highlighting its roots in our diverse heritage, students will learn songs, dances and make instruments from the Caribbean, Spain and South America. As well as learning about different types of music, students will learn conversational Spanish based on weekly vocabulary themes. For students who are more advanced or who are heritage speakers (speak Spanish at home), they will also develop reading, writing and comprehension skills with other children, who are also at their level.


¡Arriba la cultura!
Two options: July 6-9 and Aug 3-6

Whether it’s the Guelaguetza in Oaxaca, México or the Inti Raymi festival in Cusco, Perú... Each day your child(ren) will celebrate a new tradition and culture through art, music and dance. Students will join us on an adventure through Spain and Latin America where they will learn about the largest festivals and cultural celebrations in the Spanish-speaking world.  Also through projects, games, and songs, students will have the chance to practice their conversational Spanish. Moreover, for students who are more advanced or who are heritage speakers (speak Spanish at home), they will also develop reading, writing and comprehension skills with other children, who are at a similar level.


Las maravillas del mundo latino – The Wonders of the Latino World
Two options: July 13-16 and Aug 10-13

In this fun and dynamic Spanish camp, we will explore Latin America through the perspective of its most beautiful locations. Your child(ren) will learn about places like the beautiful Mexican Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve and the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. Through games, activities and projects that stimulate language acquisition and cultural awareness, they will marvel in the many geological wonders that Latin America has to offer. Moreover, our main goal for each camp is that students learn and practice their conversational Spanish skills. Therefore, each day students will learn new vocabulary and phrases that build the foundation for becoming bilingual. For students who are more advanced or who are heritage speakers (speak Spanish at home), they will also develop reading, writing and comprehension skills with other children, who are also at a similar level.