Don’t Pick An Educational Summer Camp Until You Ask These 10 Questions

Posted 06.12.15 By: | Categories: Bilingualism, Education

Having trouble picking a program for your child this summer?   Feeling overwhelmed with the endless options?     If you’re like most parents, you want your child to have […]


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Debunking The Myths: Why You Should Not Pull Your Child Out Of French Immersion

Posted 05.07.15 By: | Categories: Bilingualism, Education
2 french campers smiling leaning on fence

To continue with French Immersion or not – that is the question! As the director of a long-running French camp in the GTA, concerned parents of children in grade 6 […]


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How to transform a family holiday into a learning opportunity

Posted 04.22.15 By: | Categories: Bilingualism, Education, teacher's corner
French campers at the lake

In Ontario – with a common school calendar across the province – it is tempting to take advantage of the “off season” fares when travelling. Providing your child with priceless […]


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6 Ways To Help Your Child Stay Motivated in Learning French Language

Posted 04.01.15 By: | Categories: Bilingualism, Education
bunch of French campers taking a selfie

It’s no secret that learning a second language takes consistent effort, practice and motivation. And when it comes to motivation, there are two major hurdles: Getting motivated Staying motivated In […]


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Power of words

Posted 03.22.15 By: | Categories: Education, teacher's corner

“I am so proud of you…” Every parent has uttered these words to their child. Although it is natural for us to always be proud of our children, it is […]


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The homework discussion

Posted 02.18.15 By: | Categories: Education, teacher's corner

Homework will always be a source of discussion and/ or tension between parents and children. Recently at my school, we invited parents and teachers to have a conversation regarding an […]


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The “How was your day ?” conversation!

Posted 01.23.15 By: | Categories: Education, teacher's corner

Every day when we get back home, we are often greeted by “how was your day ?” Whether you’re welcoming a young child or a teenager, the answer is usually […]


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My trip to France: read it from the pen of a past camper

Posted 12.13.14 By: | Categories: Bilingualism, Education

France is truly an amazing place. My experience in France is one of my most cherished. I cherish my memories from France not only because of the amazing range of […]


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The importance of reading

Posted 12.11.14 By: | Categories: Education, News, teacher's corner

Reading is all around us even if you are not holding a book , you are reading in many different ways ! At a very young age your child can […]


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