Social Skills Spring Break Camp: Junior Detectives Wanted

Natasha Young

Social Skills Camps in surrey at west coast centre for learning

Does your child struggle socially and is ready to master social encounters and emotions? Our Spring Break Camp, a key part of our social skills programs in Surrey, welcomes junior detectives aged 8-12. This spring break, we’re offering a week filled with fun and learning with the Secret Agent Society.

What to Expect at Our Social Skills Camp

After joining our interactive camp, children embark on exciting missions. Moreover, they engage in gamified learning to understand feelings and behaviors. Each activity, exciting in its own right, doubles as a step toward emotional learning. Additionally, our camp is packed with activities like arts & crafts and scavenger hunts, and kids will have a blast with spy gadgets. These fun-filled exercises do more than entertain; they’re crucial in building social skills and emotional intelligence.

Furthermore, our camp’s benefits extend beyond mere enjoyment. Focusing on practical skills, it’s an ideal fit for all children, especially those grappling with anger or anxiety. We ensure these skills are not only learned but also applied in everyday settings such as home and school.

What You Need to Remember!

As part of the preparations, we remind parents to pack a healthy lunch, snack, running shoes, water bottle, and an electronic device for their child. Also, we invite you to a parent meeting on Thursday, March 21 at 7:00 PM. This meeting will help set up for a successful start to the camp.

Finally, enroll your child in our Spring Break Camp for a unique experience. Running from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at a cost of $1295, it’s an incredible opportunity for social and emotional growth. Don’t miss out on this chance for your child to learn and have fun in our expertly designed social skills programs!

You can find more information HERE and can register at this LINK.

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