Toddlers will laugh, play, explore, and stay active all summer long during week-long day camps. Each day includes language lessons plus a variety of activities including cooking, art, music, yoga and more.
Open to all levels of French including native French-speaking toddlers. Whether your child is brand new to French or already proficient, these day camps will help them learn and improve their French while having fun and making new friends.
Children will be in small socially-distanced groups that meet in beautiful and spacious classrooms. Staggered drop-off and pick-up times are in place in order to reduce crowding. Additionally, FIAF strictly follows guidelines recommended by the CDC and public health authorities regarding COVID-19. All people over the age of 2 are required to wear a face mask and maintain social distancing at all times. Please see here for more information on current safety measures.
The FIAF Advantage
– An authentic French-language immersive approach that will benefit all children whether they are new to French or already fluent.
– Small groups
– New exciting themes each week
Prerequisites: Camps are open both to toddlers new to French as well as those who are already familiar with the language. Children must be at least 3 years old when the camp starts. They should be toilet-trained and accustomed to separation.
Please provide your child with 1 nut-free snack if they are attending the Half-Day camp, and 2 nut-free snacks and a cold lunch if they are attending the Full-Day camp. For children ages 3-4 attending the Full-Day camp, please provide a blanket and doudou (comfort item such as a stuffed animal) for nap time.
Sign up for all eight weeks for maximum fun and learning!
9-9:30am: Drop-off and free play
9:30-10am: Greetings and circle time, routine
10-10:30am: Themed project
10:30-11am: Cleaning time, free play, and goûter (snack)
11-11:30am: Games and movements
11:30am-12:00pm: Themed project and dismissal (end of half-day)
12:30-1pm: Cleaning time, preparation for playtime
1-1:45pm: Walk outside (if possible) or Playground time
1:45-2:15pm: Quiet time
2:15-3:30pm: Themed project
3:30-4pm: Cleaning time, story time, goodbyes and dismissal (end of full-day)
Étape 1: June 20-24 — Discover Europe!
Did you know that Le Tour is starting in Copenhagen, Denmark this year? Europe has a long tradition with biking, are you ready to discover it?
Étape 2: June 27-July 1 — North of France
North of France from Dunkerque to Arenberg
This week, cyclists are biking through the North of France. Between beaches, villages and big cities like Lille, there are plenty of landscapes to discover!
Étape 3: July 5-8* — Binche, vive la Belgique !
Binche, vive la Belgique !
Belgium is a francophone country and will welcome une étape of Le Tour. Between comics and beautiful cities, how much do you know about France’s nextdoor neighbor?
Étape 4: July 11-15 — Discover the East of France
From Longwy to Dole, discover the East of France
Full of history and colors, the East of France has a lot of things to teach you. Mountains are starting to show and we will soon arrive in the Alps, so enjoy the ride!
Étape 5: July 18-22 — Switzerland, la Suisse!
Switzerland, la Suisse!
Le Tour is stopping this week for an étape in Switzerland before heading into the Alps on the way back to France.
Étape 6: July 25-29 — The Wonderful Alps
The Wonderful Alps
We have now arrived in the Alps. From Albertville (location of the 1992 Winter Olympics) to Alpes d’Huez, all the popular ski stations will witness Le Tour de France.
Étape 7: August 1-5 — South of France
South of France, from Carcassonne to Cahors
After the Alps, our cyclists are visiting the Pyrénées, the beautiful mountain range located in the South-West of France. Natural landscapes and medieval cities are all waiting for you!
Étape 8: August 8-12 — L’arrivée on the Champs-Elysées
L’arrivée on the Champs-Elysées
Our Tour de France is now coming to an end. This week, you’ll discover all the secrets of Paris, beholding the Tour Eiffel before a warm welcome on the Champs-Elysées.