Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Bilingual day care teaches language skills

Summer program in Hailey

Want to give your child a head start on language skills?

Kids' Kampus Bilingual Preschool and Daycare in Hailey is striving to create a safe learning environment which promotes developmentally appropriate education and social skills for young children to learn about themselves, others and their surroundings.

Owner and head teacher is Alma Stosius of Hailey.

She is the mother of two children ages 10 and 17. Alma has a bachelor's degree in Education in English as a Second Language. She has 16 years of teaching experience in elementary and preschool grades as well as summer camps.

Her focus, and that of her camp, is to teach readiness skills in English and Spanish for kindergarten and to instill the desire for lifelong learning.

Stosius said, "Our summer camp offers fun outdoor activities such as hiking, tennis lessons, water games, library story hour, gymnastics, fishing, nature walks, soccer, kickball, and more."

Camp starts June 11 and runs through Aug. 24. Summer camp hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location is 104 North 1st Ave. in Hailey, phone 578-7663.


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