Third Grade Academic Enrichment Camp

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THIRD GRADE SCHEDULE 

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

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: Developing understanding of multiplication and division and strategies for multiplication and division within 100  Critical Area 2: Developing understanding of fractions, especially unit fractions (fractions with numerator 1)
Reading Reading for Information Text: RI.3.1 Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text as the basis for the answers. Reading for Foundational Skills: RF.3.3 Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words. a. Identify and know the meaning of the most common prefixes and derivational suffixes. b. Decode words with common Latin suffixes. c. Decode multi-syllable words. d. Read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words.
Social Studies

History and Government Strand: Events in local history can be shown on timelines organized by years, decades and centuries. Primary and secondary sources can be used to show change

over time.

Geography Strand: Physical and political maps have distinctive characteristics and purposes. Places can be located on a map by using the title, key, alphanumeric grid and cardinal directions.
Science

Part I: Observe and ask questions about the natural environment; Plan and conduct simple investigations; Employ simple equipment and tools to gather data and extend the senses; Use appropriate mathematics with data to construct reasonable explanations; Communicate about observations, investigations and explanations; and Review and ask questions about the observations and explanations of others. 

Part II: Matter is what makes up all living and nonliving substances on Earth. Matter has specific properties and exists in different states. Earth’s resources are made of matter. (Earth's Resources, & Matter) 

Part I: Observe and ask questions about the natural environment; Plan and conduct simple investigations; Employ simple equipment and tools to gather data and extend the senses; Use appropriate mathematics with data to construct reasonable explanations; Communicate about observations, investigations and explanations; and Review and ask questions about the observations and explanations of others. 

Part II. Matter can be used by living things for materials and energy. There are many different forms of energy. Each living component of an ecosystem is composed of matter and uses energy. (Forms of Energy & Behavior, Growth and Changes) 


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