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Students with specific learning difficulties are typically creative and innovative, and they often excel in extra-curricular pursuits. Engaging them in creative outlets not only serves to develop their interest areas, but also builds their self esteem, boosts confidence, develops imagination and enhances their social skills. Examples of creative recreational activities that run at I Learn include: ‘Arts & Crafts Club’, ‘Young Rembrandts® Art Drawing Classes’, ‘Drama (Music & Movement)’.

Summer/Winter Camps

Long school breaks are ideal for building skills that would enhance academic success. At I Learn we make use of the summer/winter school breaks by offering camps that provide daily concentrated one-on-one individual tutoring that address building the students’ skills in specific subject areas (math, reading, writing techniques in both languages). Independent learning on computer stations that use research-based software to enhance learning and build the students’ specific skills is also utilized.

Our camps are geared to  boost academic success and confidence, as well as build creative interests through active engagement in a variety of recreation activities such as: Young Rembrandts Drawing, Arts & Crafts, Drama, Music, Cooking, Water Play, and weekly field trips.

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