Summer camps in Toronto-Etobicoke | Ma Classe Learning

Our summer camps offer children aged 5-8 the perfect blend of fun, art-based activities, classes and short trips. Programs are suitable for young beginners or French Immersion students and take place from our beautiful High Park location. Our camps include:

  • short, customized group tutoring in the mornings for each level
  • Introduction to the art of calligraphy and cursive writing
  • Arts & crafts projects and water colour painting
  • Outings and recreational activities in High Park, including treasure hunts and visits to the zoo
  • Exciting pizza making class in small groups every Friday
Happy kids in summer camps at Ma Classe Learning Centre

Summer Camps Update

Please note that our camps have been extended until September 11

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Recreational activities

All activities are carefully planned and based to salt-dough art, sketching, painting, origami, and baking on Friday, when all participants will be invited to make their own pizza from scratch. Outdoor activities include a variety of fun games such as dodge ball, hula hoop agility games, badminton, treasure hunts, visits to the zoo, as well as more relaxing/free time at the local splash pad or Jamie Bell Adventure Playground.

Activities are conducted in French and designed to help students build oral proficiency at their own levels, though camps leaders will naturally clarify important instructions in English. This natural exposure to French will let children familiarize themselves with basic vocabulary related to their immediate environment but also with most instructions and encouragements used by adults. Naturally, they are encouraged to interact in French as much as possible depending on their proficiency level. To facilitate this effort, a small French conversation kit containing basic words and useful phrases will be handed out to 'older' students.

Two children and instructor participating in arts and crafts activity during a summer camp Kids making a pizza from scratch during a summer camp

Academic component

Our summer program include one to two daily 30-40 minute classes in the morning for each level. For Core French students, activities are mostly verbal and consist in developing conversation skills, building general vocabulary on various topics and practice high-frequency verbs. For French Immersion students, emphasis is put on reading and writing skills.

Our classes follow our general methodology and take place in small groups only, which allows instructors to easily identify areas of weakness or strength and assist each student individually. Progress is monitored on a weekly basis to ensure learning goals are met mand students are welcome to take follow-up work home on a voluntary basis.

Small group of children in French Immersion having their academic session during a summer camp