(Sponsored Article) The French Summer Camp Bleu Blanc Rouge, created in 2010 by Brigitte Saint-Ouen, comes back this year for its fourth summer in New York. The ideal art camp for kids to talk French while being creative and having fun!
Bleu Blanc Rouge Summer Camp offers several classes for kids from 3 to 8 years old which will allow the children to learn French and art through different kinds of fun activities.
Each week there will be a new theme which will consist of different activities: architecture, painting, arts and crafts, singing, dancing, sports, cooking, and more. Your children will go on adventurous field trips to some of New York’s most famous attractions.
Take part in the magic of filmmaking
Award winning short movie producer and writer Cécile Ragot will be back this year with her energy and her camera to teach cinema to children. Little campers will have the unique opportunity of writing and making their own movie. All hands will be on deck during this fantastic learning opportunity: the older kids will write the script and the actors will be all of the children. Kids will have the opportunity to collaborate with each other and develop characters and design sets for their movie, as well as create acting and theater games.
Take a look at the short movie the kids filmed last year here.
Native French-speaking instructors
Children will develop their artistic ability all the while practicing and learning French with native French instructors. The camp Bleu Blanc Rouge who love to speak French or from a family that encourages French language and culture.
New creative art day camp program in English
Bleu Blanc Rouge immerses kids in weeklong innovative art courses taught by a professional artist. The summer camp has terrific art programs taught by professional teaching artists that you won’t find everywhere else. Options include animation classes, cartooning, ceramics, drawing and painting, puppetry, film, cooking, collage art, singing, and more. A field trip to a related gallery or museum is scheduled each week, and there is an art show of student work at the end of the session. The campers can also join French class for one or 2 hours per day for structured French instruction, at the request of the parents.
Founder of Bleu Blanc Rouge Brigitte Saint-Ouen says, “The mission of Bleu Blanc Rouge camp is to extend the benefits of the arts to all children and to secure the future of the arts by inspiring the next generation of the artists and art lovers.”
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