University of Arkansas Summer Literacy Camp Registration Open
Registration is now open for the University of Arkansas' 2019 Summer Literacy Camps.
Camps will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. on July 15-16 and July 22 through Aug. 2 in Peabody Hall on the U of A's Fayetteville campus. Camps fill up fast, so it's important to register early.
Students who have completed pre-kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to register for camp.
Literacy camp participants will be pre-assessed on July 15-16 to determine if they need a reading/writing boost or enrichment. Campers are paired with University of Arkansas graduate students and the focus is on learning, through targeted instruction that is enjoyable but rigorous, said Linda Eilers, camp director and a clinical professor in the elementary program at the U of A.
Students receive literacy lessons through individual and personalized interactions, one-on-one, Eilers said. U of A students involved in the program understand the science of reading and use a variety of evidence-based practices with camp participants.
Cost of the program is $89 per child if paid before June 1 and $99 per child after June 1. Visit this link to find out more or register.
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