Monday, October 31, 2016

CEFL English Adventure Camp

Exam's over.....
Long holiday is approaching soon...
It's kiddos' honeymoon time....

I always want my kids...
To spend their time wisely...
Especially during long holiday....

Going for a camp,
Would be an ideal way...
For them to learn new stuff,
And having different experience...

I'd been sending my kids...
To basketball camps,
Drama camps...
And this round,
I'd like to find,
An interesting language camp...
For my eldest.....

I saw they are organizing an English Camp:

Language. Leadership. Life skills.
Bingo!~
This is exactly what I'm looking for,
For my boy...

But........
When I read thoroughly....
It's a MUST sleepover camp....
And it's 5D4N, 
Not one night but FOUR NIGHTS!!!
Plus it's adventurous!~~~~

Well.... Yes, 
I did send them to camp before...
But all those 'camps' are not a real camps...
It's a camp minus a sleepover....

Questions start playing in my mind:
Is it safe to let my boy go for it?
Can my boy adapt to the environment?
Can my boy cope without having me around?

I decided to let my boy,
To step out of his comfort zone,
To learn new skills,
To go for A Hero's Journey!~

It's educative,
It's fun,
Can't see any reason I don't let him go....

Well, 
Of course,
I'll still respect his decision...
And let him decide.....

He's super excited about the camp programme...
He can't wait to find out...
What's all those activities are about.....

BUT.........
When he knew he's going to sleepover there,
He said NO!~
No Way!~



Until he saw this video...
He began to hestitate...
Maybe he should give it a try....

He just can't resist..
The call to Adventure.....



If you and your kids,
Are adventurous enough..
And wish to spend time,
Out of their comfort zone...
Come and join:

CEFL English Adventure Camp...
Dates: 10th-14th December 2016 (5 days 4 nights0
Venue: Lembah Azwen Resort, Hulu Langat

For special rate and referral discount!~
Quote my code: CEFL-Kylie-2016

Let's answer the call to adventure together!~



31 comments:

Shy said...

Learning English language is slowly becoming a necessity these days. Being an ESL teacher for almost a decade now, I must say that I'm impressed by the whole idea of the camp. It makes learning fun which is very important especially for kids.

Subhradeep said...

Sounds like a really good initiative! :D

I am an English Major, and this just makes me wish that we had camps of this sort when we were kids. Would have been great!

Raine Pal said...

I miss camping, we usually do this in the Philippines if we have Girl Scout Camping in school. But this camping you have is way differ from mine, this is good in helping develop your skills in speaking and writing English language. Not just for fun, but to enjoy learning how to say English word properly.

Franc said...

Vacation time is the perfect time for them to try camps. An english camp can really help strengthen their communication skills.

Laiariel Samangka said...

Your kids will certainly learn a lot from the camp. I admire you for transporting your kids to this kind of activities in which that only few parents who do this now a days.

Fred Hawson said...

I think an activity like this would be good for my kids, but I do not know if they would like to spend four nights camping! I am not really a fan of camping myself, hehe.

RUSS said...

I always looked forward to camps during school breaks when I was a kid. Ours during my time didn't require us to sleepover for several days. Sleepovers usually makes parents worried, but I'm sure your kid will enjoy. More than the English language skills, your child will also gain a lot from the camp / sleep over.

Mommy Roxi said...

That's a great camp I'd love send my kids to as well. I love the English language, it's sort of our first language at home (by choice).

Stargazer said...

I might say that your kids are very lucky that they have opportunities to go to camps. I used to have that kind of opportunity too, but I think they just became wasted because I wasn't that interested.

RainbowDiaries Singapore said...

Thank God exams are over!!! Kids need some break and these kind of camps are indeed great...

Claire Algarme said...

It seems a lot of fun things to do. This is good for your boy. He'll be able to interact with his peers, learn how to individualize and be independent, and acquire new skills, too. It's one awesome adventure!

Fernando Lachica said...

Children who attends learning camp have the edge in gaining knowledge and experiences. More than anything to love our kids to enable them to enjoy life while they're growing up.

Mumsand Babies said...

This reminds me of school and college time with bonfire and camping under the stars. We were planning to do this with kids.

Rochkirstin Santos said...

Language skills are really important especially now that the world is going heavily towards globalization. There are many exchanges of culture and business deals. Kids going to camp must feel more confident when away from home. They learn to be stronger.

lee rosales said...

Your kid will surely enjoy this camo aside from fun activities your kid will also learn a lot

Blair Villanueva said...

i enjoyed camping during my grade school days and its an exciting feeling ! Kids will learn how to be tough and be independent.

Miera Nadhirah Tan said...

I am also sending me girl .. so got friend... hahahah... they can keep each other company and learn alot from this...

Tiffany Yong W.T. said...

I used to enjoy camps. But nowadays, I enjoy facilitating camps more than being in them. It makes me happy to see people enjoying themselves.~

Aliza Sara said...

looks like a really beneficial camp. a good way to get the kids starting with language skills :)

Emily said...

Good luck to your son in the camp. I am sure he will enjoy it. What a lucky boy!

Rawlins GLAM said...

I wish there was such camps during my schooling days - all I got was Pengakap and Prefect camps hehehe
Enjoy babies!

Linda Yee said...

Sounds interesting. Kids can learn to be stronger and tougher.

Wai Yee aka Rane said...

enjoy yo, kids. I might send my girl next time.

shamiera osment said...

when my kids grow up i will send them to the camp every year..haha

Isaac Tan said...

wow, so many days, i wouldn't dare let me kid go until he's older. hehe

Fadzi Razak said...

I would definitely send my boy go if he grows up later. This should be good for him

Audrey Yap said...

Looks good! Great way to get kids to spend their time wisely and learn new things and skills

Eunice Chow said...

This is indeed a great way to learn English! This activity makes it so fun & interesting!

Betty Liew siaw fan said...

It seem adventurous camp and the kid will learn how to be independent without parents at their side.

Ivy Kam said...

I think your kid will do fine, they are quite independent nowadays :)

Elizabeth O said...

Wow, this is a great camp. I remember when I was a kid I used to attend a camp.

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