Summer Camp 2023!
Open to all
(French Language Proficiency Not Required)
Camp hours 9:00am to 3:00pm - 7:30am early care (free)
Space is limited so sign up early to ensure your child has a spot.
LUNCHES PREPARED BY OUR OWN CHEF AND SNACKS ARE INCLUDED.
(Dietary restrictions and allergies are carefully considered. There are many options for substitutions)
$385/week full day regular camp ($ 308 for week 2, 4 days)
Camps may not be prorated, students must attend all 5 days
Weekly after care –pick up by 4:30 + $40
Weekly after care –pick up by 6:00 + $80
Week 1 June 26th - June 30th Ages 5 and up: Movies making
Go behind the scenes at ILA. Campers will put their directors hat on as they come together to create an original movie. Come up with a script, create characters, act out scenes, and film a real movie. Meet us on Set!
Week 1 June 26th - June 30th Ages 3-5 Sensory play
This summer, your kids will take a dive into sensory play. They will get to make different types of sensory-benefiting activities which are shown to support learning. Make SLIME with your friends and discover the properties of Oobleck slime. They will explore different textures, manipulation of items, tastes, scents and so much more.
Week 1 June 26th - June 30th ILA WORLD CUP Ages 5+
"This camp features fun exercises and activities
designed to develop basic technical soccer skills and
help build a love for the game. Students will engage in a tournament, learning game skills, techniques, with a final world cup tournament at the end."
Week 1 June 26th - June 30th Ages 6 and up. Arts
Campers will become real artists during this camp : They will work with different media such as painting, water color, mosaic, Land art, and crafts.
Week 2 July 3rd - July 7th ages 5+ Soccer Camp
Jump, kick, shoot, and score: join ILA for an exciting and engaging week of soccer! We have instructors who are extremely passionate about soccer. They want to share this passion with all the campers. Join ILA for exciting team and individual games, drills, skirmishes, and more!
Week 2 July 3rd - July 7th Sport nature : Biking, Hiking, Orienteering (6+)
The children will hike and learn orientation skills in the Springbrook Park on Monday,and practice their skills in Tryoncreek on Wednesday. The hikers will bike and enjoy nature on Thursday and Friday (departure Sellwood Park, on the Willamette River).
Week 2 July 3rd - July 7th. Create juggling balls and then learn how to juggle with (3 to 5)
Campers will make their own balls to juggle with and learn techniques about how to juggle in this short week of camp!
Week 2 July 3rd - July 7th Ages 5+ Dance
Students will have the chance to move their body through the rhythms of the world: Yoga, modern dance, gymnastics, country dance, African dance, and more.
Week 3 July 10th - July 14th Clay and pottery art (3 to 5)
Have your kids unplug with mud and clay in full-day camps, handbuilding and sculpture. Campers will craft everything from animals and world culture artifacts to handmade cups, bowls and plates that your family will treasure forever.
Week 3 July 10th - July 14th Story camp (5+)
Campers will become storytellers in this camp as they engage with stories of all varieties! They will work with different formats, such as verbal storytelling, comic strips, mad libs, creative games and more. By the end of the week students will have crafted a story of their own to bring home.
Week 4 July 17th - July 21st Drumming(6+)
Students will step into their power as they learn traditional drum rhythms from West Africa. Children will be instructed in playing two separate arrangements, which they'll showcase for their families at the end of the week. Each student is expected to bring only a focused mind and the determination for greatness, as they embrance a new instrument.
Week 4 July 17th - July 21st Artful Play (3-5)
This camp explores the various forms of group design and art using paint, stamps and stencils and chalk to create group imagery that will be transformed into banner art for our wonderful forest play area. A great camp to support the budding young artist and offers a chance to feel successful at any level.
The camp will also include playful activities with group games and healthy snacks from around the world.
Week 5 July 24th - July 28th Baking Camp (6+)
We will have fun creating soe familiar and new recipes with lots of hands on experience in the baking arena. This is a continuation of last summer’s camp where we had a long list of successful creations that we tasted and some which were taken home to be shared with parents.
Week 5 July 24th - July 28th West African Drumming (3-5)
Students will step into their power as they learn traditional drum rhythms from West Africa. Children will be instructed in playing two separate arrangements, which they'll showcase for their families at the end of the week. Each student is expected to bring only a focused mind and the determination for greatness, as they embrace a new instrument.
Week 5 July 24th - July 28th North African Culture (5+)
Students in North African culture will be learning about the different structures and elements of African culture through dance, music, art, clothing and food. Students will have the chance to make their own take on each of the following elements listed and be indulged in the many different factors that make up such a beautiful culture. We will be looking at the cultural elements of various countries such as Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, etc.
Week 6 July 31 - August 4th Movement Camp 5+
In this camp we will be dancing to music from around the world and learning about the customs of places such as Africa, Ireland, Mexico and the Philippines…. As well as some moves and steps from here in America. And at last the practice of movement meditation from China. World music offers so many ways to move our bodies and move our lives to the beats of a vast variety of cultural popular music. Lots of play and snacks from various places in the world.
Week 6 July 31 - August 4th Tie Dye and Art Camp (5+)
Students will come to camp prepared with various blank t-shirts, towels, etc. and will be tie-dying a new item every day. Depending on the day, students are to come to camp ready with a blank item and will be tie dying objects throughout the day in addition to learning the history of tie dye and its roots.
Week 6 July 31 - August 4th Science camp (3-5)
In Science Camp, campers will learn about everyday examples of different aspects of science. They will learn about magnets, space, phases of matter, and more through activities that encourage them to think about how things work. This will be a hands-on, engaging camp that will prepare campers to think about how the world works and how science plays a role in their lives.
Week 7 August 7th - August 11th Advanced Baking (6+)
This camp will take us to a whole new level as we learn together to make delicious desserts delights from around the world. Carmel filled shortbread from Argentina known as Alfajores, Custard from ancient Rome we know as Flan. Bavarian Pretzels and home made mustard. And hand made bread from India filled with a savory spice potato mix. Home made crackers and more…..
In between the mixing and cooking there will be plenty of time for group play and even some quiet time.
Week 7 August 7th - August 11th West African Drumming (3-5)
Week 8 August 14th - August 18th Back on Track (all ages)
Before the year begins, have your kids join the school for a refresher that will ease them back into the routine of mental stimulation that comes with a new school year. Some reading, writing, spelling, and math will be offered to help smoothly start the new year. In the afternoon, campers will engage with music and physical activities. We will learn the structure of a musical piece through movement. Explore the unlimited!