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Summer Programs
"School Readiness Summer Camp"
"Kindergarten Readiness Summer Camp"
"Walkie Talkie" Summer Camp"

School Kids

School Readiness and Kindergarten Readiness Summer Camp

(Good for preschoolers or kindergarteners - FULL)

In this program, learners will be prepared for school readiness. Interacting in small groups, children will be able to practice taking turns, following instructions, participating in class discussions, and improving social teamwork skills. Lesson plans will be created to enhance the practice of these skills and help children get used to the routine of a school day.

Behaviour Consultant will monitor the program, BCBA, Chidori Takahara, led by an Early Childhood Educator and a Jr. Behaviour Consultant, Alisa Ip, and an additional Behaviour Interventionist. 

*Please note that dates and times have changed (updated on May 15th)

Program Term: School Readiness Summer Camp: July 11 to July 15, 2022 (4 sessions)

                            Kindergarten Readiness Summer Camp: July 18 to July 22, 2022 (4 sessions) *FULL

 

Meeting time: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Time: 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm (2 hours)    

Class Size: up to 8 children               

 

Cost (does not include one-to-one support): $500

*For children who require 1:1 support need to hire

a BI for this program and the BI fee is $ $42/hr. (Slots for 1:1 support are full)

*Screening is needed for non-BKBC families

The program term payments must be paid in full for the entire term prior to the first day of the term. 

Questions? Please contact Clinical Director, Sally Yim at sally@bridgekidsbc.com.

Walkie Talkie Summer Camp

We are very grateful that we can continue the ‘Walkie Talkie’ for the summer term. The ‘Walkie Talkie’ group will continue working on building the social and problem-solving skills of children - helping them adapt to different social settings. 

 

We always welcome new friends who can join this new friendship circle as well! The kids in this program are always very interested in meeting new friends. We have both positive and negative interactions with friends, which are extremely normal for kids in this age. Together they can learn with eachother on best practices and how to manage different problems.

 

The delivery model includes but is not limited to: interactive quizzes, group games, cooperative activities, social crafts, and scenario analysis. Behavior Support Strategies such as visual supports, self-recording, demonstrations, group contingency, positive practice, and positive feedback with reinforcements will be put in place to ensure a positive learning environment and outcome.

 

Please note that the self-recording is the new behaviour strategy used for the learners in this group. Therefore, learners who join this group should be able to read simple sentences (e.g. ‘Did I follow the teacher’s direction at once?’).

 

There will be some writing activities so kids in this program should be able to write basic words independently.

 

Children in this program will learn how to…

·    Understand the different perspective of others

·    Read social cues from others and change their behaviours accordingly

·    Give comments or opinions without hurting others’ feelings

·    Initiate and build peer relationships

·    Reflect their own behaviours

·    Maintain the casual conversations with others by making relevant comments/questions

·    Work as a pair/team

·    Solve problems collaboratively

Program Term: August 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th (4 sessions)  

Time: 10:30am - 12:30 pm (2 hours)  

Ages: 7-9 

Class Size: 3-5 children               

 

Cost (does not include one-to-one support): $560

The program will be designed and facilitated by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA), Roslie Hong

The program term payments must be paid in full for the entire term prior to the first day of the term. 

Questions? Please contact Clinical Director, Sally Yim at sally@bridgekidsbc.com.