ART IN ACTION SUMMER CAMP 2021

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One of the emblematic programs of enFAMILIA is Art-in-Action, Summer Camp, which have been carried out uninterruptedly for 22 years, the last one, 2021, was carried outΒ  in a semi-precency way given the unprecedented situation that we live with COVID-19.

During week from June 14 to 18, 2021, of the Art in Action Summer Camp 2021, directed by Karina Ramirez, Casita B students (grades 3-5) read a book called β€œThe Bee Tree” and learned of a Malaysian family’s tradition of climbing trees to collect honey respectfully. After focusing on literary strategies, students created posters that showed the different components of bees from their anatomy, honey production, the structure of a beehive and the job of a beekeeper. As a hands-on project, students created bee hotels using recycled materials where bees can create a beehive in our Redland Site Garden. It was a great week!!Β 

During week from June 21 to 25, 2021, of the Art in Action Summer Camp, directed by Marlon Villagra, casita A campers in Redland center have explored and created thanks to the β€œKidslit” 1-3 grade Reading Program. The campers have learned how to be an artist using different art forms, exploring them inside and outside the classroom in pairs, groups, and solos. Creativity plays a big role in all of this since each of the campers have freedom to create based on settings, emotions, memories and many more.

During week from July 06 to July 09, 2021, of the Art in Action Summer Camp, directed by Juanita Olvera & Marlon Villagra, Students engaged in learning about archaeology and what they study. Students had the opportunity to β€œdig” up their own dinosaur. Students created their Dino-Feet and stomped as if they were Dinosaurs. We incorporated science, literacy and art to help students learn and grasp the concepts of archaeology, prehistoric fossils and cave writing.

During week from July 12 to July 16, 2021, of the Art in Action Summer Camp, directed by Juanita Olvera & Marlon Villagra, Students created volcanos and learned about mountains. Using Science, literacy and art they created paper Mache volcanos. They researched about different mountains such as Mount Everest and created their own magazine cover as if they had climbed the highest mountain. Students worked as a team researching and creating.

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During week from July 12 to July 16, 2021, of the Art in Action Summer Camp, directed by Leoernando Quevedo & Francisca Juarez in Everglades camp, students created their own tie dye shirts from scratch. Using an assortment of colors, the students made a variety of designs on their shirts and tightened the fabric with rubber bands to complete the process. Throughout the camp, journal time allows the students to write their thoughts and feelings in writing. Some of the students are inclined to share or explain. Some prompts are serious while others are playful and fun.

During week from July 19 to July 23, 2021, of the Art in Action Summer Camp, directed by Leoernando Quevedo & Francisca Juarez in Everglades camp, The final week of camp was heavily emphasized on completing the objectives for the final performance. Everything the students have worked up to now has been product of their hard work and dedication. For the student’s performance, the use of cardboard props and a plentiful amount of paint allowed for the students to create their own artwork in their own way. In accordance with the theme for the final performance, students learned about the principles of classical music as well as the works of Antonio Vivaldi.

During weeks from June 14 to July 02, 2021, of the Art in Action Summer Camp 2021, directed by Karina Ramirez, 3 Mexican Folklore students worked on costume designs by making traditional ponchos, masks and folklore art.

VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMP 2021

enFAMILIA’s Virtual Summer camp gives the opportunity for students to have summer camp from the comfort of their home, through these unprecedented times of the Covid-19 pandemic. During the past two weeks from June 14 to 25, 2021, students have read different fables and poetry. They have created various art pieces while working on literacy, science, and mathematic skills.
this program is directed by Alma MΓ©ndez
Alice in Wonderland: Line of Symmetry (Mathematics)
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Alice in Wonderland: Identifying and classifying Mammals, Insects, and Aves (Science).

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Alice in Wonderland: Students used critical thinking skills to predict the ending of the story.

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Alice in Wonderland: Students used creativity, literacy, and critical thinking skills to draw and illustrate a special place they would like to visit if there was a tree that had an opening such as in the story Alice in Wonderland.

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Students created a new character for the story of Alice in wonderland

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Students had the opportunity to write and illustrate their own version of the story Alice in Wonderland.

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Students wrote about and illustrated a fairy from the fairy tale story.

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My name is magical: Students read the poem My name is magical and illustrated their names while using their rulers to measure.

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The lion and the mouse: Students read the fable The lion and the mouse and created a drawing using lines of symmetry.Β 

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Virtual Music Focus: Going over music notes & definitions. Building a base for children to understand music notes and terms.

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ART IN ACTION SUMMER CAMP

The summer camp, this year, considering the COVID-19, was designed
as a virtual program of 6 weeks, that focuses on creativity, education,
and finding your voice.

ABOUT

enFAMILIA’s AIA Summer Camp is a program that targets disadvantaged youth of the local community, offering them an extraordinary art experience. The summer camp is designed as a four week program that fosters the students’ talents in the areas of visual arts, music, dance, film, drama, and culinary arts.

Yoga, relaxation techniques, nonviolence practices, and college prep are also part of the experience.

Focuses

BALLET FOLKLORICO

MUSIC

DANCE

S.T.E.A.M

DRAMA

VISUAL ARTS

Our Sponsors & Partners

Thank you to our Sponsors and Partners! Without you all our mission would not be possible.

CONTACT

Address:Β Redland Migrant Housing, 16090 SW 293 Drive, Homestead, FL 33033
Phone:Β (305) 245-7288
Email:Β info@enfamiliafla.com

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