Discovery Vacation Camp

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by radiantmum » Sun Jun 12, 2011 9:54 am

Camp website having problem and I am unable to check camp's brochure for my kid's DVC tmr. Anyone downloaded a copy earlier and can share with me?

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by BlurBee » Sun Jun 12, 2011 2:25 pm

radiantmum, I think its up now. U try again.

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by radiantmum » Sun Jun 12, 2011 4:58 pm

Still can't open up brochure ... think excursion day was from Tuesday onwards only. Will take the risk not to pack additional stuffs such as raincoat, caps then ;-> Thanks anyway blurbee.

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by BlurBee » Sun Jun 12, 2011 6:35 pm

Yes, excursion days are normally Tue & Thur.

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by radiantmum » Tue Jun 14, 2011 7:43 pm

Ds loves the camp 'cos there were many experiments.

One thing I find it lacking however is to explain the science concepts after each experiment to kids. When I asked him, so what did you learn from this experiment. He was not so sure. He mentioned that the teachers asked questions and then without waiting for them to answer (though hands were up eagerly). The teachers will write down the answers on the board and asked the students to copy. Ended they copied but do not understand the why.


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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by radiantmum » Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:12 pm

DS came back and said that they only had ice-cream for lunch today? He said he asked the teacher whether there is rice and the teacher said there is none only ice-cream.

PS: He is guilty but happy.

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by BlurBee » Thu Jun 16, 2011 11:02 am

:yikes: ice cream for lunch!

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp

Post by radiantmum » Thu Jun 16, 2011 7:52 pm

That was my reaction too!

To be fair, all other days proper lunch meals provided. Today he had fried rice.

For those with itinerary that include visits to AVA, pack a sweater for the kid. They were in the aircon room for approx 2 hours and my kid complained he was cold.

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Discovery Vacation Camp Nov & Dec 2011

Post by gamee » Sat Oct 15, 2011 4:59 pm

The upcoming Discovery Camp schedule for Nov and Dec 2011 is available.
http://discovery-camp.com/images//39brochure_email.pdf

I am interested to form to sign up for my 2 kids, thus trying to join or form a group of min 5 persons to enjoy the 10% discount off $420 per child. I was advised to have 5 children names before I could create a Group online with them.

Anyone interested?

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Re: Discovery Vacation Camp Nov & Dec 2011

Post by monmon31 » Mon Oct 17, 2011 8:55 am

gamee wrote:The upcoming Discovery Camp schedule for Nov and Dec 2011 is available.
http://discovery-camp.com/images//39brochure_email.pdf

I am interested to form to sign up for my 2 kids, thus trying to join or form a group of min 5 persons to enjoy the 10% discount off $420 per child. I was advised to have 5 children names before I could create a Group online with them.

Anyone interested?


Me..me..me for my DS (just one) ...hee...heee.... Do PM me to provide me with the group name

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