Language camps near St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota
Looking to enroll your child in a Spanish language immersion camp this summer? If you live in the Twin Cities, I’ve got you covered! Take a look to find a variety of language learning options for your child – from summer child care to fun and educational weekly programs. Explore below to find camps for a range of ages from infants through elementary school.
There’s a lot of language learning that can be done from home this summer as well. Please check out my related post on Free Online Summer Spanish Learning for Kids.
Please let me know any additional Twin Cities Spanish camps so that I can be sure to include them!
Alma Flor Ada Spanish Immersion Early Learning Academy
Summer camp programs for students in grades K-5. Camps change themes every two weeks, and include field trip opportunities to local parks and the YMCA. Camp schedule is 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with before and after-camp care available.
Bilingual Child Care – Centro de Educación Spanish Immersion
Summer language programs that are open to ages 5 to 10. Children can attend full week (M-F), full day 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. schedules, and may register for 2-12 weeks.
Bilingual Learning Center
Four weeks of summer Spanish language camp with full-day and half-day options available. No prior Spanish language experience needed. Extended day care and Friday drop-in options available.
Casa de Corazón
Maple Grove, MN
Spanish immersion summer camp open to children entering grades 1-6 in the fall of 2021. Campers can choose from three to five days/week.
Concordia Language Villages
Day camp programs on language and culture for ages 6-11. While Twin Cities Discovery day camps (at local school districts) have been put on hold again this summer, Concordia offers their Adventure Day Camps in Bemidji, as well as virtual options.
The International School of Minnesota
Eden Prairie, MN
Summer adventure camp for children ages 3 ½ to grade 6. Campers have daily language classes and cultural exploration with four weeks of Spanish immersion (and four weeks of French). Available programs have half-day and full-day options, and participants may attend 1 week or all summer.
International Spanish Language Academy
Three weeks of camp for kids going into kindergarten through sixth grade. Each week has a different theme and activities, and all camps are taught by ISLA school staff. Summer camps are designed for immersion students and others fluent in Spanish, with the exception of half day camps for kindergarten and first grade students (no language skills needed).
Summer camp for children ages 3 to 8 exploring Spanish language and Latin American culture through different weekly themes. Children can choose half-day or full-day options and may enroll in as many weeks as they’d like.
La Senda Spanish Center
Summer camp programs Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for ages 4 to grade 5. Located at the Chanhassen Recreation Center. A fun and engaging Spanish immersion summer camp for kids of all language levels.
St. Paul, MN
Immersion language camps offered Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in 2-week programs. Before and after-camp care is available.
Next Level Spanish Immersion
Summer camps for immersion and heritage language students centered around heritage games, music, food, sports, and the arts. Four weeks of full-day or half-day summer camp in July and August.
Rayito de Sol Spanish Immersion Early Learning Center
Twelve weeks of summer camp for children infant through seven years old. Daily activities, crafts, and exercise in a dual language classroom environment. Register from one to all twelve weeks.
Enjoy a wonderful summer engaging in language and cultural learning! I hope that one of these options would be a great fit for your family. Follow Bilingual Balance for more bilingual parenting tips, recommended Spanish resources, and fun language learning ideas and activities! You can find Bilingual Balance on Pinterest, Instagram, and Facebook.
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