Camp Jemicy, a co-ed day camp for students ages 6 - 14, is run by Jemicy School, a leader in the education of children with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. The camp strives to reinforce skills and minimize summer learning loss by providing daily structured, sequential, multisensory skills instruction and tutoring in the areas of reading, language skills, math, writing, science, and art tailored to each child’s needs; build self-esteem and promote individual growth; and offer a social and activity-based experience. Recreational activities include: art, swimming, outdoor adventure, woodshop, crafts, field trips, games, hiking, sports, and drama.
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