Veoleo

Veoleo Summer Camp

Veoleo Summer Camp

Veoleo Summer Camp

200.00

¡Cuéntame un cuento de risas y sueños!

June 10-14, 10 am - 2 pm, Pre K to 1st

Do your kids love to read, craft, sing, and dance? Do they love Spanish? Are you looking for a creative space for them to explore their imagination in Spanish?

Sign up your kiddo for a fun filled week of books, crafts, music, and movement, all in Spanish!

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Join us for a week long Spanish immersion summer camp, where kids will explore their creativity in Spanish!

This camp is called ¡Cuéntame un cuento de risas y sueños! and our mission is to bring books to life through crafts, music, and movement, all in Spanish! Crafted for kids in PreK to 1st, Veoleo summer camp is hosted at Brave + Kind Bookshop in City of Decatur, Georgia.

Cost and Registration:

  • Early Special: $200

  • After May 10: $225

  • Registration confirmed upon receipt of registration form (completed during checkout) and payment

  • Please email info@veoleo.co if you have any questions!

Details:

  • June 10-14, 10am-2pm

  • Pre-K to 1st

  • Located at Brave + Kind Bookshop

    (722 W College Ave, Decatur, GA 30030)

  • All levels of Spanish welcome

  • Children must bring a water bottle and lunch

  • Snacks will be provided

  • Maximum enrollment: 10 students

  • Minimum enrollment: 8 students*

Fine print:

  • Cancellations made by May 6 receive a full refund.

  • If made between May 7 and May 27th, 50% refund.

  • If made after May 27th = No refund.

  • *If less than 8 children enroll, you will receive a full refund and notified of cancellation 2 weeks prior to start date.

Meet the profesora!

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Janike is the co-founder of Veoleo. Born in New York and raised in Cali, Colombia, she comes from a family of educators and was raised bilingual. She moved to Atlanta in 2011 to pursue her PhD in Hispanic literature and culture from Emory University. She currently teaches Spanish language at Spelman College. Janike believes it’s crucial to support and encourage early language acquisition, and to teach Spanish to little ones in a fun and creative way. When she’s not teaching, she’s spending time with her two year old son, leading Spanish story time in the community, and exploring the amazing city of Atlanta.