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  1. July-August The French Academy offers fun immersion camps for children (ages 5 to 12) in the summer! Filled with fun games, artistic creations, and exciting activities, your child will have a summer to remember! We offer the camp in half days or full days in July and August. Registrations weekly per child. So you can sign up for which ever week(s) you'd like. *** HALF DAYS *** - Mondays to Fridays - 8:30am - 12:00pm - $305 per week ***FULL DAYS*** - Mondays to Fridays - 8:30am - 4:00pm - $405 per week ***After Care Possible*** - Mondays to Fridays - 4 pm - 5:30pm - $130 per week, per child - Early care on demand Check here to see the dates and to register for a camp in Chevy Chase : https://www.frenchacademy.us/french-for-kids-and-teens/french-youth-camps/french-immersion-camps-in-chevy-chase/index.php *** Why is the French Academy so unique? *** - Highest standards of teaching quality at a reasonable price - Excellent native teachers, passionate about their work and certified in "Teaching French as a Foreign Language" - Hands-on curriculum tailor made to your needs - Small sized immersion classes to make sure everyone will get more attention
  2. When we ordered the glasses for DD the Zenni web site recommended a $9.00 upgrade, which we selected, for "Lens: 1.59 Polycarbonate Single Vision".Those are the most Impact Resistant lenses Zenni Optical sells and they recommend them for Rimless glasses (which is what DD selected) and for glasses for children. If you order glasses for children, please consider that $9.00 upgrade for their glasses.
  3. This afternoon, before I came home, I stopped in the supermarket to buy some things. My wife had sent me a Text message, with some additional things she wanted me to buy. I stopped at the Customer Service Desk, so I could write on my shopping list, what the additional things were. As I did that, I glanced at the headline of the local newspaper, El Pais, the largest newspaper in Cali, Colombia. The headline was that parents need to watch their children better, to reduce the number of accidents. There was a tragedy, on Tuesday. A 15 month old boy from Panama, was in an 8th floor room in the Hotel Intercontinental. . Apparently, the parents went out and left him with the Nanny who had been taking care of him for the past 3 months. Apparently, she fell asleep, he went onto the balcony, went between the rails (I cant remember the correct word as I write this) and fell to his death. Another senseless tragedy. Children and Animals have NO understanding of danger. The Nanny is in custody. This is in Spanish: http://www.elpais.com.co/elpais/cali/noticias/accidente-hotel-dispara-alerta-entre-padres-por-riesgos-menores
  4. My eleven years old daughter has always wanted to be an author ever since she was six. I've been told that she has a talent with words from school teachers, and I encourage her fully, but I worry about her adult life. I know it's hard to be known and really earn much as an author. I've told her this, and she understands, though she still has that determination - she's a very stubborn child who likes to pursue her dreams. Every time someone asks her what she wants to be when she grows up, her answer's always the same - I want to be an author. She understands that she probably won't get to the bestselling degree and should probably find another job that would give her financial security when she grows older, and we've discussed this, but she doesn't have another interest in mind. I worry she she will 'put all her eggs in one basket'. What should I do? Should I do all I can to encourage her with her writing, or should I try to guide her into finding another subject that interests her, so that she would be able to have another job as well as being a part-time writer? If I'm going to try to encourage her, what are some good practices to improve her skills? **She said that if she has to choose another job, she would want to be an editor or an english teacher/tutor. These all require great grammar and english skills. What should I do to help? Oh, and I'll try to find a sample of her writing to post to discuss what she needs to improve on. That'll be quite hard, as she's pretty aggressive and private when it comes to her writing. I'm sure I can convince her to give a copy, though, if I tell her it'll help her improve with her skills.
  5. This is our fourth year of homeschooling. First things first: my daughter says she still wants to homeschool, in the end. But we have some issues. This year, she's become increasingly internalized. Moody. Bad attitude about many things. Body language that's disrespectful. She'll snarl/snap at her brothers, who are just being boys. To be fair, I reprimand them too, when they are rude, but honestly....she'll blame them for her own behavior. And I tell her she can't blame others for how she reacts, etc. (the other half of the time, she and her brother are best friends, playing. ugh!) It's never ending, the attitude about things. I can't even pinpoint the trigger. It's beyond our school day. It's a lot with her brothers, and has entered the sphere of her horse. At this point, she does not want to make the effort and go (he boards elsewhere) with her grandpa (my dad) and brush him, ride him, etc. I Don't Get It. This is the horse crazy girl I've had for ever since I can remember. She's taking the horse things out of her room, saying she doesn't like horses....how can one turn the switch off on that, so to speak? When she's ridden and been around Zach, she's always been sweet to him, loving him, missing him when she's not with him. So....what gives? She has a responsibility to him and we can't just get rid of him! You know?!!!!! He needs her and has a bond...she can't just stop. Plus, I feel badly for my dad. He's put SOOO much time and money and energy into this (he bought the horse and one for himself, so they ride together). I don't think anything happened in particular to make her upset and change her mind. I just can't figure this out. This sudden change. And cruddy behavior. Is this a stage? Is it that she needs more girl friends? She has a few, but winter is here, and we are not going to the gym and swim thing right now where she'd meet up with some regularly. She talks often on the phone and at church with another homeschool friend. She has a penpal here too :) I'm trying to figure this out....I've thought of taking her to a counselor. She rarely will speak of her feelings. Is it puberty, on the cusp? Is it the winter blues? It's cold and snowy here in Ohio. I've reached a point today where I just spent a couple hours in my bedroom just crying and not wanting to "deal" with her anymore, to be honest. I'm so tired of being disrespected during the day. I don't know what to do, if putting her in school is the answer. I keep thinking there's something else here I'm missing, and I can't see it.
  6. I saw a number of posts on this site about the need of book reviews written from a Christian point of view. For the past 16 years, the Christian Library Journal has provided this service. We exist to let parents and librarians know about books for kids and teens, looking at them from a Christian point of view. There is no charge for this service. Go to www.christianlibraryj.org and register to access all past issues. And while there, join our blog, no charge. Beginning this month we are posting reviews regularly on the blogs, rather than make up a pdf version. We are also developing, and posting, titles which will make up a core collection for the Christian reader. Same blog, both services. Enjoy!
  7. my son is almost 2.5 and i am sure this is probably just the terrible 2's but i feel like i am at a lost sometimes. this is my first child and me and my husband are pretty much alone as our families live in different countries than us. i have no experience with kids so i feel like i am screwing him up because i dont know how to do stuff. he doesn't talk yet and we dont plan to do speech therapy until 3yr. because we are doing one parent one language (arabic/english) and i read that there could be a delay in speech but he is not delayed in non verbal. he just started eating solids. I was overfeeding him milk and not enough food he got low iron and just stopped eating totally. this was my fault because i had no clue that yo have to cut down on the bottle when u start solids. he is eating a variety of stuff now but tiny amounts and he screams and cries when he sees food. then he eats a bite and usually eats the whole amount. he gets bored easily. he only likes to do stuff for like 5 minutes and thats it. he pretty much just just throws stuff everywhere. so what i am am asking is advice on raising a toddler any advice is helpful. how do i encourage talking in either language( he understands both but wont speak either)? what do i feed this kid? i feel like im starting from scratch with food and have no clue what they like at this age?(we don't do prepackaged or canned foods) what kind of activities should i do with him at home? does it get better? plz tell me it gets better! i feel so overwhelmed sometime to the point i don't want to even have more kids after him. I do love kids though and would like to have atleast 3 or 4 if i survive this one any help is appreciated
  8. For those of us who are doing Long Term Language Learning with their home school students or who knows someone whose done it/doing it. After almost 2 years of dawdling, hee-hawing and not acting, I've decided to jump in the deep end of the language learning/teaching pool. I don't need curriculum at this point. I have a ton of quality commercial products that I paid a lot of money for so I'll be using them. I'm pleased with the materials that we have currently and my spanish student (LilGal) is happy also. I am reading Opal Dunn's book, How To Help Your Child with a Foreign Language and I'm so grateful for this book. It maybe nothing revolutionary to those with more experience or skills, but I was having a lot of trouble putting my ideas into reality, thinking up games that I could use simply to teach language etc...and this book is simple enough that I can follow along. Fortunately, all my original plans have been thrown off track by the fact that many of the children who wanted to learn Spanish have changed their minds and no longer want to learn it, so I am left with only one very dedicated, very determined spanish student as I venture out into the 'Spanish Language Learning/Teaching Waters.' So long as I keep it moving, make it rewarding and show we're progressing LilGal is willing to stand by me and hang in there with me, which makes my job MUCH easier! LilGals goal is to become fluent in Spanish, my goal is to teach her (and master for myself) all the grammar in my college level begining Spanish textbook. Both of us want to get up to snuff in Conversational Spanish. (we live in an area with a lot of Spanish speakers). We need to do this as efficiently as possible. (I dont care if it takes 2.5 years to meet the basic goals...the idea is that we'll never need to repeat and relearn anything. Review tons, yes. ReLEARN no.) I want to be sure we're moving through learning phases and stages and not stagnating on drivel or trivial Spanish. Right now, we're trying to use Learnables 3x a week and doing "Daily Spanish Time" for about 30 minutes a day. I'm using psuedo-immersion during DST, speaking 60-75% spanish and doing a lot of translating. Right now, our immediate goal is to learn a couple hundred vocabulary words, a bunch of sentences/phrases and use them as much as possible and to build Lil Gal's understanding of Spoken Spanish. We're easing into grammar only as it applies, so right now we're just going to work on articles, plurals and noun+adjective agreement (El libro, unas mesas, los grandes zapatos, that type of thing). This girl a remedial reading student in English and Arabic, so I'm not focusing on Spanish reading at all this year, just speaking and listening with understanding and comprehension and a decent accent. Right now, this is our 'Reception' phase, or step Zero of a grander plan, but we're not accomplishing a lot more than we were before. We're going to do 10 weeks of intensive study this summer to drill and master all the basics. Every time we learn something new, we use it right away and continue using it. Does anyone have any tips or advise for me? I want to use a combination of deliberate, explicit study, Total Physical Response, Music, Games, living books, audio and videos to achieve our goals. I'm getting a lot of ideas for activities and such from Dunn's book, but I'm having a hard time visualizing the stuff. I've been stocking up on carboard and I intend to make a lot of manipulatives for our Spanish program over my Spring break, but I'm not artistic at all, unfortunately and would hate to put in a ton of time making something thats going to be ugly or drab for my students to use. I'd like some ideas/templates that I could copy... I'd love some links to blogs of (homeshooling) familes who are learning a new language as a spoken/modern language and who are making it fun and keeping it progressive, if there is one that anyone here knows of... As time passes we're going to begin speaking Spanish to each other more and more outside of lessons or "Spanish time". Also just a I'm using the books as a guide to vocabulary and grammar, but our program is very oral and aural in nature and application. I anticipate that if we accomplish our goals we'll begin watching cartoons in Spanish, I'm considering Destinos for sometime next year, but am not sure of the content level for appropriateness with a 10 year old. :001_huh: Any body got any really good resources or ideas? I'm thinking that after she's learned all the material from my College level Spanish Textbook we'll just need to do a lot of maintenance work over the years to come. I'm thinking my current plans will take about 2- 2.5 years....
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