Go Beyond March Break Camp is a comprehensive camp which aims to allow students use their time on March Break to consolidate fundamental knowledge and access to new, interesting courses.The courses include academic, art, music, STEM, etc. In addition, March Break camp meetings and swimming activities are run daily. Not only can students make new friends, they also can have a relaxing and enjoyable camp experience. At Go Beyond, students can spend their March Break happily.
March Break Camp Program
- 6-8 Students/Class
- Age Group: 5-6 yrs,7-9 yrs,10-14 yrs.
Note: No snacks included, parents need to pack a nut-free snack for children.
Monday: Mozart Music
Thursdays: Camp-Themed Costume Dress-up Day
Fridays: Presentation and Free Ice-cream Day
Regular Weekly Price
- Swimming included
- Money back guarantee
- Extend Hours (5:00-6:00pm): $50/week
- Lunch included
Students are introduced to new musical concepts and the performance of pieces at the piano. New concepts are introduced and carefully reinforced throughout the class. Each lesson contains a fragment of the story as background for each new concept or new piece of music, as well as practice instructions to read to the student.
- Introduce musical
- Listening to classical music based on weekly
- Rhythm Clapping
Go Beyond Math
The Go Beyond Math Program is designed for young mathematicians with creative techniques which makes it easier for them to understand. Teachers break the concepts into smaller parts and aim to solve the confusions and queries of each student.
- Number Sense and Numerical Operations – estimating, adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying with fractions, decimals, percent, integers and beyond
- Measurement – measuring length, weight, and capacity including the use of the Customary and Metric Systems as well as calculating time, money, and more
- Geometry – understanding the characteristics and properties of geometric shapes and solids including transformations, symmetry, spatial relationships, coordinate geometry, etc
- Algebra and Algebraic Thinking – problem-solving with patterns, relationships, equations, expressions, inequalities, factors, multiples, ratios, rates, proportions, etc
- Data Analysis, Probability, and Statistics – representing and interpreting data in various forms, understanding statistical variability, summarizing distributions, etc.
Public Speaking & Debate
Public speaking will be combined with an academic environment where students will learn to deliver short speeches, book reports, and a class presentation like what they would be asked to do in school.
Speaking up in class
- When is it appropriate to speak up in class? What are suitable questions to ask in class
- If they feel shy when they speak up, what is the best way to participate in class to make sure they get full marks for participation
- How to shake hands properly
- How to introduce yourself
- How to make small talk and make others feel comfortable
Learn about yourself
- What is the best way for your child to study? Should they take notes, write on index cards, study with their friends?
- How do they learn best? Visually, listening, taking notes, highlighting, practicing?
Kids Coding and Robotics
The Kids Coding and Robotics Programs is designed to introduce robotics to children ages 5 and above. The investigation portion of the class teaches the presented concepts through experimentation, using their built and programmed robots. Lesson topics include speed and time, force and friction, animal metamorphosis, space exploration, etc. In the following course, students are guided to build and program their own custom robots relating to a lesson, unleashing their creativity and expanding their knowledge base.
- Visualize abstract concepts
- Apply math to real-world situations
- Develop critical thinking skills as well as the ability to solve problems
English Reading & Writing
Engage with students in discussions about various texts and develop their creative writing abilities by writing a story or poem. Teach your child about the various terminology used in English and complete activities with them to allow them to apply what they’ve learned and become an active participant in the session. Help students become comfortable reading and writing texts of various forms.
- Literature: Short Stories, Reports and Poetry
- Oral Communication: Oral activities, conversations, and presentations
Students will learn a variety of drawing and painting techniques along with the composition and design elements of art work creation by using a selection of materials and surfaces. Explore a variety of art mediums such as Drawing, Pastel Painting, Watercolours, Acrylic Painting & Collage. Encourage exploration within the parameters of the art project so that each student develops his or her own individual creative expression while having fun doing it.
- Watercolour: Develop a basic understanding of the ‘Elements of Design (line, shape & form, space, colour, texture, value) and the ‘Principles of Design’ (contrast, repetition & rhythm, variety, emphasis, proportion, balance, unity and harmony, and movement).
- Art hand crafts: Explore a variety of colours, tools, and techniques to create 2d and 3d works of art. Explore and practice
Students have significant advantages when they speak more than one language. Learning another language helps students strengthen their problem-solving, reasoning and creative thinking skills, developing their understanding and appreciation of diverse cultures.
- Fundamentals of French including vocabulary, phonics & pronunciation, spelling, and grammar
- Emphasizing that oral communication cannot occur without effective listening
The Crazy Science Program enhance students’ understanding of concepts in biology, chemistry, earth and space science, and physics, and of the interrelationships between science, technology, society, and the environment. Students are also given opportunities to further develop their scientific investigation skills. Students will plan and conduct investigations and develop their understanding of scientific theories.
- Develop students’ understanding of scientific theories related to the connections between cells and systems in animals and plants
- Perform chemical reactions, with a particular focus on acid/base reactions
- Learn about forces that affect climate and climate change
- Discover what is light and sound, its similarities and differences