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While our focus on joyful literacy experiences stays the same, we’re adding a few new components to the mix this summer.

1) HANDWRITING! Our upper graders will have a daily cursive practice session, and our youngers will practice their printing skills using tactile methods, such as playdo and sand trays.

2) We’ve added several non-fiction themed weeks to increase the exposure to expository texts. We want to grow readers who are comfortable in multiple genres, and also better engage kiddos whose preference leans towards the factual. There will still be plenty of time for stories and creativity!

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Because reading camp comes across a lot like broccoli camp! At CFB, our primary focus is reading because we believe that a solid foundation in reading gives kids a leg up in anything they want to accomplish, enjoy, or become in life. We approach reading in a way that feels a lot like creative play. By weaving literacy into STEAM based activities, campers grow as readers through authentic engagement with text. (And we continue to dream of a world where reading camp comes across like Disney World!) More FAQ's

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Learn about our WHY and hear what our campers have to say on this fun segment KXAN's Studio 512 did on Camp Fun Brain!

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What parents of campers have to say...

My son is a reluctant reader, and I really didn’t want him losing ground over the summer. He had a blast at Camp Fun Brain and got his reading minutes in every day, so we were both happy!
— Casey, mom of Cooper

Mom Karen tells about her daughter’s camp experience.

My kids came home wanting to recreate the projects they did at camp, which reduced the struggle over screen time- a summer miracle!
— China, mom of Soli and Blayze

Camp Fun Brain is a single skill program.