The LIU Post Youth Camps offers programs at LIU Post on Saturday mornings in the spring. Programs will begin at 9 a.m. and conclude at 11:00 a.m. If programs are in high demand we will offer an addition section from 11:00am to 1:00p.m. Programs are different each season based on interest and demand. Our program directors are NYS teachers or Professionals in their program field. Each program is a 10 session class with all supplies included.
Saturday Program Dates: February 22, March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, April 5, 12, 19, and 26
9:00a.m. to 11:00a.m.
American Sign Language: (ASL) is a whole unique language that is used to communicate with people with hearing impairments, disabilities and preverbal infants. ASL combines hand signs, gestures and facial expressions to create words and sentences. In the Unites States, approximately one million people communicate via ASL. Through modeling and guided practices, children will visually explore American Sign Language.
Ages 6 – 9 and Ages 10 – 15
Create your own Comic Book: Children will read books about super heroes. We will not only be readying stories about your average super hero such as Batman or Superman but also other stories about people who are considered “heroes” such as Sherlock Homes and stories about anti-bullying. Based off of these stories the children will work over the weeks to create their own comic book about a hero through creative writing and illustration.
Ages 10 – 15
Afro-Modern Dance: Dancers will build basic technique and movement quality through learning various dance terms and movement to fortify the body, strengthen the muscles, and improve flexibility for other styles of dance.
Creative Writing: Camper will unleash their imaginations onto the blank page-- and discover the fun that can come from writing! The skills developed through creative writing workshops improve literacy abilities, encourage creative-thinking and build self-esteem.
Ages 7 – 12
ELA Strategies: Campers will be introduced to different types of stories might be on the exam as well as questions and vocabulary. They will explore strategies on reading and understanding stories and how to find the answers.
Ages 9 – 11
Junior Musical Theatre: Children who wish to be immersed in musical theatre of those who are eager to experience the joy of dancing, singing and acting onstage.
Ages 6 – 12
Horseback Riding: Campers ages 8 - 15. Campers will discover the fundamental of taking care and riding horses. Horseback riding will take place at the North Shore Equestrian Center on the LIU Post Campus.
Ages 8 – 15 – All riders MUST wear hard sole shoes, preferable boots and jeans. Sneakers and shorts are not permitted. All riders must purchase an ASTM Approved Helmet. NSEC recommends shopping at North Shore Saddlery in East Norwich.
2:00pm – 3:00pm - $850.00
3:00pm – 4:00pm - $850.00
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