Two week of fun in the water and learning German in the Egna/Neumarkt Lido
Target group: 1st, 2nd, 3rd Junior School
This camp makes learning German fun. Every day is dedicated to a different activity combining nature, movement and creativity. The day begins in the classroom with interesting learning activities which prepare the children for the activity of the day, such as discovering a planetarium, a visit to an adventure park, or a day of horse riding. For lunch the children eat a packed lunch which they bring from home, except on three days when they eat in a restaurant.
Escape to the country! This camp gives the children the opportunity to discover life on a traditional Tyrolean farm. They help to look after the animals and learn horse riding. Using specially designed language activities the children learn to communicate with the riding instructors and the farmer and his family. Each week the children also go on an excursion, such as a visit to the high alpine meadows to see the young horses (meeting point: Piazza Vittoria/Siegesplatz).All other information on this camp can be found from January on in our coursefinder.
The seaside comes to South Tirol! In this camp the children enjoy a fun and relaxing week of sport and summer fun. They will play tennis and beach volleyball under the guidance of a German speaking sports instructor. The language aspect is led by a mother-tongue German language teacher. Lunch is eaten in the lido restaurant. At the same time there will be a parallel Italian language course so the children will work together and exchange languages in ‘Tandem’ activities, as well as make new friends. Children from Bolzano/Bozen can be accompanied by a teacher to the Lido (Meeting point: Piazza Vittoria/Siegesplatz).All other information on this camp can be found from January on in our coursefinder.
This camp is the perfect combination of language and nature. The idyllic location above Lana and is completely closed to traffic. Children of German and Italian mother tongue spend a week together living in the Merano Youth Service holiday house. The morning is dedicated to linguistic preparation for the rest of the day. The children enjoy a wide range of fun activities outside in the fresh air, in the woods and around the campfire They work together throughout the day making new friends and helping one another. Special attention is payed to making sure that both languages are practiced and that the children help each other overcome linguistic barriers and learn from each other under the supervision of expert teachers.