2850 Rue Sherbrooke E, Montréal, QC H2K 1H3
As English immersion is our camp’s central theme, we decided to incorporate featured activities to enhance the experience. Children learn more easily when they’re doing something that interests them in an atmosphere they love.
Language Lab + Special Activity = Fun!
At camp Langmobile, we offer your child an English environment.
They are learning so much without even realizing it. We firmly believe in this winning approach, as it makes children much more open to learning a second language.
As soon as you arrive at Camp Langmobile, you enter the ENGLISH ZONE!
Langmobile camp is a ZONE where :
It's simple, the ENGLISH ZONE is an environment set up at the camp where the children live a unique experience in ENGLISH!
Here is what our expert team thinks!
The ENGLISH ZONE doesn't stop at the camp! Langmobile makes a point of providing you with the tools to follow your child's experience in English during his week at camp, and to continue the experience at home!
|7:30 to 9:00||Daycare service (optional)|
|9:00 to 9:20||Wake up call|
|9:20 to 9:30||Group assembly|
|9:30 to 12:00||Language Lab or Special Activity|
|12:00 to 13:30||Lunch and supervised free time activities|
|13:30 to 16:00||Language Lab or Special Activity|
|16:00 to 18:00||Daycare service (optional)|
If your child is not registered for Daycare service
Arrival : between 8:45 and 9:00
Departure : between 16:00 and 16:15
Activities your child will participate in at Camp:
« Create and inspire. »On Monday, the children express their creativity in English through an artistic activity!
« I am a champion! »On Tuesday, the children measure themselves to olympic challenges in the hope to win the gold in English!
« Think and invent. »On Wednesday, the children are making scientific discoveries et push their limits in English!
« Stay calm and breathe in. »On Thursday, the children focus on music and movement and have a full consciousness of English!
« Never stop exploring! »On Friday, the children visit a new part of the world in English!
Connect with Mother Nature!Garden and grow your English! Learn to use other elements of nature through DIY crafts and smoothies!
That will go viral! Capture the most memorable moments and express yourself through images… and English! Present your creations to the whole world at the end of the week.
Leave your mark!Express yourself and leave your mark in English! Discover the art of graffiti, show off your best dance moves and compose a song on a beatbox!
Elementary my dear Watson. Solve the puzzles, ask questions and be clever! Can you solve the mystery with your group before the end of the week?
You can do it!Push! Pull! Run! Jump! Stand up! Stretch out! Breathe! Through crossfit events and different sports, learning English has never so much
Breathe in, dance out!Work on your "flow" with unique routines, alternating between hip-hop, yoga, and of course English!
Price per week (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
Week of June 28th to July 2nd (4 days)
Daycare (7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. / 4:00 p.m. to 6 p.m.)
40 $ per week (32 $ weeks of 4 days)
On-demand : 10$ per day
Late fees : 1$ per minute after 6 p.m.
Discount of 10% for registration of a second or third child!
15$ per child
2% per registration
Langmobile’s Summer Camp reserves the right to refuse or cancel a subscription in the following cases :
Any requests for refunds must be done in writing.
When requesting a refund before June 1st, 2021, the cost of stay will be refunded, although, an amount equivalent to 8% per stay remains non-refundable as an administration fee.
Past June 1st, the cost of the stay(s) will only be refundable for medical/health reasons with the confirmation of a doctor.
No refund will be done after the date of activity for a missed day or a suspension.
In the instance of a cancellation by the Summer Camp, the cost of the stay will be fully refunded.
Our administrators can not be held responsible if situations are caused by missing information on the registration form (health, disabilities or allergies).
We supply a statement 24 slip (childcare expenses) for day camp. To receive your statement 24 slip for tax purposes, follow the instructions on our Amilia registration platform at https://vimeo.com/226921728
In order to be able to issue your RL-24 slip, you must send your social insurance number to Langmobile via the Amilia secure registration platform.
Here's how to make sure your SIN is sent to Langmobile:
At Langmobile, we care deeply about your children’s wellbeing and their safety is a top priority. Our team makes sure your children are always well-hydrated and protected from the sun.
As a member of the Association des camps du Québec, Langmobile is up to date and closely follows government health and safety guidelines relating to COVID-19. The maximum will be put in place during the summer to ensure everyone's safety. For more information on the subject, you can visit the ACQ website.
It is of the utmost importance that you keep your child at home if she/he is sick or running a temperature. This is to protect the other children from contagion, and we cannot keep any child at camp who is showing symptoms of illness. If this is ever the case, we will contact you.
Please be sure to advise the camp supervisor of any allergy or health issue your child may have. If your child needs an EpiPen, please be sure to give one to the camp supervisor.
An update form must be filled out if your child needs to take medication. We cannot administer any medication if this form has not been completed. Forms are available at the reception desk.
Camp managers can not be held responsible if events are caused by missing information on the registration form (diseases, disabilities or allergies).
Langmobile is proud to offer one of the best child supervision ratio in the field of day camps.
5-10 years old : up to 10 children per animator
11-12 years old : up to 12 children per animator
Langmobile favours small groups, which lets the children develop a personal and trusting rapport with their animator.
You can meet your child’s animator outside camp hours. Ask the supervisor for an appointment.
We keep strict control over the arrival and departure of each child.
You must sign the attendance sheet on arrival AND on departure. On the first day of camp, you will be issued a passport and asked to write your child’s name in it. On departure, the parent or person responsible for the child must present the passport or a picture of it.
On the first day, your child will be welcomed by the Langmobile team of animators. At assembly, the line-up of activities will be explained. Team games will help introduce the children to each other, break the ice and help them feel at ease. Rest assured that our animators are fully trained and will offer your child a personal, reassuring welcome that will help them feel relaxed and secure.
You must advise the camp supervisor if your child:
To retrieve your lost items, please contact the Langmobile supervisors. Langmobile is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
Your child's belongings will stay in the classroom all week except for lunch boxes. The list of items to bring to the camp is as follows:
A pencil case that only your child will use.
*Please identify your child’s clothing and items with her/his full family name.
At Camp Langmobile, all the campers...
Our animators use a constructive approach based on positive values. They are trained to reinforce and reward positive and appropriate behaviours and take all measures necessary to ensure that the children are not witness to any harassment or bullying.
Even if the children evolve in a climate of openness and tolerance, some behavioural issues can arise.
If a child shows signs of problematic behaviour during camp activities, the camp supervisor will first meet with the child and a parent to talk about the behaviours and evaluate the situation in order to find a satisfactory solution. If a child exhibits behaviour that has a negative emotional or physical impact on the other children (including harassment and bullying), the consequences can be more serious, such as removal from the program or immediate expulsion.
Langmobile advocates respect at all times for the environment and for the property of others. If any child commits acts of vandalism either inside or outside the camp, they can be expelled. Fees may also be charged to the parents.
1. Are the children classed by level?No, they are grouped according to age. Our objective is to respond to the children’s interests by creating a natural English-immersion environment that enhances learning. We do not encourage memorization or learning by heart.
2. Will my child learn English in one week?That depends on the child’s level. An advanced child will be able to perfect their knowledge of English and practice it in a fun, immersive environment. They may also help their friends or even help the animator with demonstrations. A child who is beginning or more or less comfortable can break the ice and feel more at ease in English. Ideally, in a session a child just beginning will acquire a higher comfort level in English, improved comprehension, and will have several words and phrases in their vocabulary. Each child is unique, and learning will vary from one child to another.
3. Can my child be with their friend or brother/sister?Yes, of course. When you register your child, indicate the name of the friend, brother or sister in the “Friend” section. However, we must respect the age groups.
4. Do you recommend 2 weeks of camp?Yes, we do. Learning a second language is much easier and more natural when the child is in an immersive environment. This is doubly true for a child’s first experience, and they will be even more relaxed and receptive in the second week.
5. Do you speak French with the children?For some explanations, the safety regulations, the program and of course, in case of health problem, we will speak in the mother tongue of the child.
6. Will the children speak French to each other?From the first day we ask all participants to make constant efforts to speak in English. Your children will be encouraged to speak English! We want children to feel confident, it is normal for children to speak French more specifically during free games. Learning continues in day care, English immersion is important to us.
Water games have always been very popular in our programming. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we decided to take extra precautions this summer regarding this activity.
The water games will be evaluated and announced on a weekly basis. This activity will only take place if the conditions are safe for your children and our staff.
Since your child’s personal belongings will have to stay at the camp, we suggest that you include a bathing suit, towel and water shoes.
We have carefully prepared a document to consult with your child before he comes to camp.
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, Langmobile implemented places these detailed safety measures in place to minimize the risk of contagion and spread of the virus. It is everyone's responsibility to respect the protection measures put in place at camp. Before the start of your stay at camp, a communication will be sent by email to all parents or guardians of campers in order to ensure that all of them are aware of the measures taken by Langmobile and are aware of the risks involved.
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