7931341269?profile=RESIZE_400x It's a pleausre to invite you all to join in the ninth annual edition of Seuls en Scène, Princeton French Theater Festival, entirely virtual this year! Seuls en Scène introduces American audiences to contemporary French theater and takes place annually, in September, on the Princeton University campus. It is curated by Florent Masse, Director of L'Avant-Scène and Senior Lecturer in the…

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slider-theater-2.pngFrench Summer Day Camp

Children 3-4, 5-6, and 7-9 years old

Our sixth year of ‘Art, Music and Science’ French Summer Day Camp offers a creative, nurturing and relaxed experience for children aged three through nine. Campers participate in age-appropriate learning activities that emphasize creativity and social skills. Children are encouraged to speak French naturally while engaged in captivating workshops designed to both educate and entertain. Our integrated approach specifically engages the child in lively and creative activities to enhance developmentally appropriate skills in a foreign language. ART: Children will create art in many media such as paint, clay, yarn, fabric, collage. MUSIC: Focus on singing songs and understanding rhythm. PUPPETRY: Learn how to make your own puppet. THEATER: Movement, singing, games, improvisation and storytelling. Camp projects are designed to involve hands-on investigation, finding the answers to specific questions and representing their learning through a variety of medium. We encourage children to explore their environment and express themselves through all modes of expression including language, movement, drawing, building, sculpture, shadow play, collage, dramatic play, and music. The daily schedule therefore includes a balance of stimulating and relaxing developmentally appropriate activities. Outdoor activities will take place in the neighborhood parks and playgrounds. Snacks are provided, such as water, organic fruits and vegetables, hummus and crackers.

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