Kibbutznik Russian Summer Camp: JCH in Park Slope

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Kibbutznik Russian Immersion Summer Day Camp!

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Kibbutznik: JCH in Park Slope, hosts a premier Russian-Language immersion Jewish Summer Day Camp, at the state-of-the-art facilities located this summer at the Hannah Senesh Community Day School – 342 Smith Street Brooklyn, NY 11231.

2022 Camp Dates: 

June 28 – August 12, 2022

Start early on next year’s registration, Early Bird begins this winter!

Kibbutznik Russian Immersion summer camp is a progressive educational environment in which every activity and interaction offers a chance for fun and learning. Campers explore the world around them, and within them through creative themes using well-known Russian and Jewish literature, media, and art. Part of the Kibbutznik North Brooklyn initiative, this program services families from Park Slope, Carrol Gardens, Brooklyn Heights, and Lower Manhattan.

Camp components include:

Russian Language Development: One of the core focuses of our camp curriculum is nurturing an in-depth and meaningful Russian immersion development program. With our experienced and bi-lingual teachers and dedicated staff, we craft an individualized reading and writing curriculum daily for each camper. Our goal is for campers to enrich their understanding of the Russian language while developing a concrete understanding of cultural Russian themes.

Weekly Specialty Tracks: -Kibbutznik Russian Immersion camp has introduced unique and detailed weekly specialty tracks with a diverse range from a week-long Fashion immersion workshop with renowned fashion designer Andrie Borosvkiy from St. Petersburg to recreating delicious notable Russian dishes during our culinary week. Some other weeks include music, theater, science, Maccabiah, and many more!

Shabbat & Jewish Culture –  The entire curriculum was crafted by our team of teachers, incorporating famous literary works, as well as their own writings. Through this segment, we focus on growing children’s connection to themes of Jewish values into the summer.

As for physical activity, instructional swimming is offered twice a week; as well as daily explorations of the natural environment and games in Prospect Park and all NEW! weekly Gymnastics classes for all ages!

Hot lunches are provided daily; transportation is available from several north Brooklyn neighborhoods – please inquire with the camp office.




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