LGS Summer Camp activities include community-based
experiences which enrich learning activities while helping students feel
engaged in their community.
During Summer Camp 2019 students visited two local
attractions offering a unique perspective on American history: EnterTRAINment Junction and the American Sign
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This year’s theme for the final week
of Summer Camp was “Cool Critters.” To help make the week a memorable
experience for students and staff, LGS is grateful to Cincinnati’s Cool
Critters animal education and rescue organization.
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As part of LGS’s Summer Camp activities, students have been
exploring the wide range of marine life including sharks and sea turtles,
seahorses and starfish. The highlight of these activities was a trip to the
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Art activities—like music, painting, drawing and dramatic play—allow students to practice self-expression, which is great for emotional health and happiness. Art activities encouraging self-expressions and creativity are also associated with better academic outcomes, including higher reading, writing, science and math scores.
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STEAM Education uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics to encourage critical thinking, creativity and other skills – skills important for working and living in the 21st century.
Summer Camp is a great time for students to engage in fun STEAM activities. Most recently, Ms. Bryant and Mrs. Neely’s students were presented with two different engineering challenges.
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Mysteries have the power to spark interest in reading as well as encourage observation and critical thinking skills.
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As part of LGS Summer Camp’s Baking Bananza Week, 4-8 grade students gained confidence in the kitchen while learning entrepreneurship skills – and having fun!
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At the End-of-Year Student Awards Ceremonies every student receives a Certificate of Recognition highlighting their strengths and accomplishments, and receives a round of applause from schoolmates, family members and staff.
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Field Day is an annual event celebrating the end of the school year. It’s also a time when students can let loose and have fun with all their friends and schoolmates.
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Exercise improves physical health, concentration and behavior among students and adults with autism — and those without. That’s why Linden Grove School is grateful to the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon and Cincinnati Children’s for the “oink”remental Kids Marathon and 26th Mile Event.
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