Sixth Grade Academic Enrichment Camp

Middle-Childhood-Education

SIXTH GRADE SCHEDULE 

Session 1: June 14-25, 2021
Session 2: July 12-23, 2021 
M-F Schedule Subject 
9:00 AM SOCIAL STUDIES
10:00 AM  SCIENCE 
11:00 AM  READING 
 1:00 PM  MATH

When will camp meet?

Camps meet everyday for about 60 minutes for two weeks at designated times as outlined per subject and grade level.  

Can campers sign up for more than one?

Yes. Campers may sign up for up to two camps at no cost.  Additional camps will have an add-on cost of $89 per camp.  Each camp has been designed independently allowing campers to attend all offerings (i.e. Session 1: Science & Session 2: Science)

What does the cost cover?  

The first two camps for students are provided at no cost.

Students wishing to register for 3 or more camps will have an add-on cost. The add-on cost includes two weeks worth of daily instructional content,  a camp crate filled with items needed for sessions, a workbook designed to support the needs of all lessons and activities and additional items for fun including a BGSU T-Shirt. Each session will come with one unique crate item.  The add-on cost per camp is $89.00 

Camp Crate 

  • T-Shirt, Base Supplies Kit 
  • Camp Specific Materials will include all items needed for the two week camp. This includes but is not limited to worksheets, reading selections, science experiment items, math manipulatives, geography maps and so forth.   
    • i.e. Math for example will have snap cubes and science kits will contain materials needed to conduct simple science investigations at home 
Subject Session One Session Two
Math  Critical Area 1: Connecting ratio and rate to whole number multiplication and division and using concepts of ratio and rate to solve problems Critical Area 2: Completing understanding of division of fractions and extending the notion of number to the system of rational numbers, which includes negative numbers
Reading Reading for Information Text: RI.6.1 Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
Reading for Literature: RL.6.1 Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
Social Studies History and Government Strand: Multiple tier timelines can be used to show relationships among events and places. Geography Strand: Latitude and longitude can be used to identify absolute location.
Science

Part I: Identify questions that can be answered through scientific investigations; Design and conduct a scientific investigation; Use appropriate mathematics, tools and techniques to gather data and information; Analyze and interpret data; Develop descriptions, models, explanations and predictions; Think critically and logically to connect evidence and explanations; Recognize and analyze alternative explanations and predictions; and Communicate scientific procedures and explanations.


Part II: All matter is made of small particles called atoms. (Rocks, Minerals & Soil) 

Part I: Identify questions that can be answered through scientific investigations; Design and conduct a scientific investigation; Use appropriate mathematics, tools and techniques to gather data and information; Analyze and interpret data; Develop descriptions, models, explanations and predictions; Think critically and logically to connect evidence and explanations; Recognize and analyze alternative explanations and predictions; and Communicate scientific procedures and explanations.


Part II: The properties of matter are based on the order and organization of atoms and molecules. Cells, minerals, rocks and soil are all examples of matter. (Cellular to Multicellular) 


NEXT STEPS

  1. Check the parent e-mail used for registration for a confirmation e-mail and link to payment for add-on programs. 
  2. Pay $15 dollar deposit per add-on camp to secure your child's spot in the additional programs  
  3. Remaining Balance Deadline:  June 1st, 2021
  4. Complete CampDocs waiver and permission form (sent as separate e-mail around Mid-May)
  5. Camp Crates Mailed: 
    • Session One: May 24
    • Session Two: June 28