2015 Summer Culture Camps
The Indian, Chinese, Korean, and Philippines Culture Camps at Pearl S. Buck International offer a fun and unique opportunity for children to explore the culture and traditions of China, Korea, and the Philippines. Children will discover new skills, make new friends, and develop a new appreciation for Indian, Chinese, Korean, and Philippine culture as they participate in fun hands-on activities and lessons.
Please check back for our Summer 2015 Culture Camp Schedule
Friday Family Day 10am-2pm
||Pearl S. Buck International
520 Dublin Road
Perkasie, PA 18944
||Children entering Kindergarten – 6th grade
||Registration - To be determined
Fee includes morning snack and camp t-shirt
||Children will be organized into groups based on their grade level.
Groups rotate through four classes and a snack/food lesson each morning.
The classes are led by instructors from the local community, Pearl S. Buck staff and volunteers. Every class will incorporate history and culture through a variety of interactive activities.
|1. Language and Literature Class
2. Arts and Crafts Class
3. Sports and Games Class
4. Music and Dance Class
5. Mid morning snack and cultural food lesson
||9am Welcome Announcements
9:10am Language and Literature Class
9:45am Music and Dance Class
10:20am Snack and Food Lesson
10:45am Arts and Crafts Class
11:20am Sports and Games Class
11:55am Goodbye Announcements
||Campers will participate in a variety of cultural activities throughout the week. Some of the activities may include…
Paper Making Kite Flying Yoga
Chinese Yo-Yo Folk Songs Cricket
Origami Tae Kwon Do Bollywood Dancing
Painting Puppet crafts Hindu Language Lessons
Badminton Drumming Cooking Lessons
Holiday Crafts Traditional Dancing Folk Dancing
Storytelling Calligraphy Tagalog Language Lessons
||The last day of camp is a celebration for campers and their families. Campers will share all they have learned throughout the week and participate in fun activities with their families and friends.
The day will include:
- a sampling of traditional Chinese or Korean food
- song and dance performances by campers
- an art show displaying children’s projects
- sports and games
- arts and crafts activities
For more information about the Summer Culture Camps please contact Erika Sands, Education Coordinator ESands@pearlsbuck.org