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Ákom-Bákom Children's Camp

Hungarian language and creative camp
now including crafts and music elements
The purpose of our program is to: 
- develop Hungarian language skills
- strengthen creativity and manual skills
- increase interest in music
We look forward to welcoming you to our 12th Ákom-Bákom holiday camp.
Participating children can try different art techniques, several activities designated to increase creativity and craftsmanship, and all this in small groups.
Using language development games, dramatization and imaginative activities, we help children communicate better and we introduce them to Hungarian children's literature, the world of tales and songs.
Through vocal and rhythmic exercises, danses and games with musical instruments we reinforce their sensitivity to instrumental live music.
A small preview?
You can read about our past summer camp at this link,  and about our autumn camp at this link.
Next Dates 
29 October - 2 November 2018
25 February - 1 March 2019
4 -8 March 2019
Chant d'Oiseau Cultural Centre
Av. du Chant d'Oiseau 40, 1150 Woluwe
Elzenhof Cultural Centre
Av. de la Couronne 12-14., 1050 Ixelles
Contact us:
Fees per child
The fees include three meals a day
as well as the costs of the activities. 
from 3 to 12 years of age

Adél Fekete, kindergarden teacher,
Judit Szirányiné Gawlovics,
early developer, Hungarian language teacher
Eszter Fekete, music teacher
We offer three meals a day: morning snack with fresh fruit and vegetables, healthy and hearty lunch, and home-baked cake for afternoon snack.
We also recommend camps for those children who use mainly Hungarian in their everyday life, and also for those who attend foreign language kindergartens or schools, but they have Hungarian roots or connections.
Our activities are child-centered: The themes and agenda are shaped by the childen's capacity, age, language skills and interest, based on co-operation, self-reliance, and respecting the personality of the children.
We allow time for free play and incase of good weather open-air programs are not left out.
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