Forestville’s Word Camp begins the week of July 2 at Peck Park. Make the big changes you need to improve your vocabulary and attend Word Camp.
For just $100 every camper will have the opportunity to learn a new word every day and even make up a new word too.
Campers will also learn:
• How to Improve their adjective selection
• Advanced pronouns
• Fun and adventurous swear words
• Interesting ways to misspell words creatively
• How to get the adverbs out of their life
• Arts and Crafts
And that is not all!
Coaches will be available to help and assist with “determiners” and other odd word classifications such as: subjective pronouns, objective pronouns, possessive pronouns and yes even reflexive pronouns.
A study group will take up and discuss in extreme detail the silent E and how it not only hurts the writer, but the long-term damage it does to the reader.
Campers will do crossword puzzles, word searches, word jumbles and spelling bees.
Each year Word Camp has an official word. Last year’s word was “diplococcus” (dip·lo·coc·cusˌdiplōˈkäkəs/). Campers loved it because it just rolled off their tongues! What will this year’s word be? Is it sesquipedalian? How about estuary? What about imbroglio? Attend word camp and find out!
Camp hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. except days where camp councilors don’t show up or it rains or it is really hot.
For an additional $50 campers can attend Fun with Numbers Camp.
Testimonials: Here is what hominids are saying about Word Camp
Yesterday words had no meaning and paintings had no color. Today they do. I was typhlotic before Word Camp. Thank you Word Camp.
If you use words to communicate then this is the place for you.
What are words for when no one listens? That is so curio of me! What do you mean I am not using that right? Huh?