Language & Literacy Summer Camp

summer-literacy-camp.jpgWe offer a language and literacy summer camp for children ages 4-7 to boost their fundamental skills for reading in a fun and interactive way. The camp targets a variety of literacy skills while incorporating physical activities like basketball, parachutes, obstacle courses and more!

Literacy skills covered:

  • Story sequencing and retell

  • Rhyming

  • Letter and sound awareness/correspondence

  • And more!!!

The camp is run by a qualified Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) who is trained in both normal and disordered language and literacy. SLPs are the best equipped to work with the different needs of each child, whether a struggling reader, unique learner, or simply looking for a boost!

Give your child an exciting opportunity this summer to build their language & literacy skills to become a more confident reader during the next school year.


Date: July 13-17 OR August 17-21, 2020

Time: 9:30am-12pm



Full payment is required upon registration.

Because this camp is run by a registered SLP, payment may be assisted by private health benefits.

Contact us today to enroll your child!

This therapy can potentially be used to treat the following:


Decoding is the ability to sound out words by sound-letter correspondence and blend sounds so that written text can be recognized and interpreted.

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Encoding is the ability to use and understand how to apply the letter-sound correspondence to write.

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Expressive Language

Some individuals may have problems putting their own thoughts, ideas or feelings into words. This is called “expressive language”. 

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Language Delay

What is affected if your child has a language delay? The answer is ALMOST EVERYTHING.

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Language Processing

You asked your child to do three simple things – “get your coat, your hat and your mitts,” but all they brought you was their mitts.

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Learning Disability

A person with a learning disability may have impaired language processing, phonological processing, visual spatial processing, and more.

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Early literacy development begins with children looking at books and listening to their parents read.

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Phonemic Awareness

Phonemic awareness is an important pre-reading skill. More specifically, it is an underlying component of phonological awareness.

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Phonological Awareness

If a child struggles with phonological awareness, they will often go on to have difficulties reading and writing. 

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Receptive Language

People of all ages may experience challenges understanding what they hear. This is called “receptive language”. 

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