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Math Explorers

Posted by on January 12, 2022

The Math Explorer course is designed for students entering Grades 4 and 5 in the fall. Students will keep their math skills sharp while practicing deductive reasoning, spatial thinking, as well as critical thinking strategies. Math Explorers will get a chance to review key mathematics concepts participating in a variety of activities to develop logical and critical thinking skills. This course will equip students with mathematical strategies for problem solving using reasoning, pattern-recognition, and critical thinking skills.

Camp Logic

Posted by on January 12, 2022

The Camp Logic course is designed for students entering grade 2 in the fall. Students will develop and enhance their problem solving skills, basic math concepts, and logical thinking through fun-filled activities and cooperative games. Students will learn strategies to enhance their reasoning skills, visual memory, rapid recall, categorical thinking and mental processing. In using a variety of games as the basic curriculum, the students will be able to have fun while working on critical thinking skills and learning problem-solving strategies.

Project Build

Posted by on January 12, 2022

The Project Build course is designed for students entering Grade 3 in the fall. Students will engage in all subject areas as they participate in this project based course. Students will work collaboratively to design and build a large scale project (e.g. city, theme park, zoo). Students will enhance their planning, building and inventing skills as they are guided by their teacher through inquiry based learning. During this course students will work on their critical thinking skills, problem solving and teamwork.

Spanish Foundations

Posted by on January 12, 2022

The Spanish Foundations course is designed for students entering Grades 3 and 4 in the fall. This course is designed for beginning and intermediate spanish students. Throughout the course, students will be immersed in the spanish language with an emphasis on learning through context. Students will be exposed to the culture and life including holidays, songs and games.

Reading Workshop

Posted by on January 12, 2022

The Reading Workshop course is designed for students entering grade 3 in the fall. Students will develop essential reading and study skills as they are introduced to various strategies that will help them to read faster, more accurately, and with greater reading comprehension. This course is structured to allow for simple, predictable transitions from reading to play. Students will understand meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary. In addition, students will practice and fine-tune spelling, key word and inference elimination strategies.

Math Facts Fusion

Posted by on January 12, 2022

The Math Facts Fusion course is designed for students entering grade 2 in the fall. Students will keep their math skills sharp and build strong number sense through hands on learning, play and projects. Students will develop critical thinking skills for problem solving using reasoning and pattern-recognition.

Emergent Readers

Posted by on January 12, 2022

The Emerging Readers course is designed for students entering grade 1 in the fall. Students will improve their reading by examining vocabulary, narrative basics (plot and characters), and beginning literary devices. This interactive and engaging course will allow students to listen and read along as they participate in several activities to foster a deep understanding and enthusiasm for reading.

Math Jungle

Posted by on January 12, 2022

The Math Jungle course is designed for students entering Grade 3 in the fall. Students will practice and review key mathematics concepts by participating in a variety of hands on activities to develop logical thinking.

Young Storytellers

Posted by on January 12, 2022

The Young Storytellers course is designed for students entering grade 2 in the fall. Throughout the course, students will dive deep into literature working on reading comprehension, character analysis and understanding author’s purpose. In addition to analyzing literature, students will become storytellers of their own, working on key writing concepts such as beginning, middle and end, setting, and character development. Young Storytellers will be taught using a variety of engaging and interactive lessons encouraging students to develop a love for literature while focusing on key writing and reading skills.

Game Gym Super Smash Bros

Posted by on January 12, 2022

Super Smash Bros 

Smash Bros is an easy to learn, competitive esport that has a massive following in the DC-Metro area. Smash Bros is similar to martial arts, in that it takes discipline and commitment to practice be a top player.  In our camp, we will give you the foundations of movement, combos, neutral game, and the other elements to become a better player. For those who know the basics, we will talk about higher level strategy, matchups, advantage and disadvantage states, and competition prep. Regardless of where you fall on the knowledge scale, our coaches will help you improve and have a blast learning the elements of competitive Smash!

 

Session 1: June 13th – 17th 9:00 to 1:00 $500

Session 6: August 15th-19th 9:00 to 4:30 $800

Game Gym
Founded in 2018, Game Gym Inc. is the leading esports training and broadcast center in the DC metro area. Game Gym was created to make video games a more positive and collaborative experience by providing structure through curriculum, coaching, and parental support. Game Gym provides kids, parents, and gamers of all ages with the information and structure to better understand and maximize their participation in casual and competitive esports, like a martial arts dojo or an AAU basketball team.