SUPER WHY! Reading Camps
Super Why characters in action

SUPER WHY! Summer Reading Camps

WFSU and SUPER WHY! Reading Camps are having a fantastic year! This past summer, WFSU teamed up for the 2nd time with United Way of the Big Bend and 12 Leon County Title 1 schools. The Super Why Summer Camp program is a breakthrough, three-week long program that invites kids to transform into Super Readers and practice key literacy skills.

The camps were created for 4-6 year-olds with an emphasis on learning-to-read and struggling-to-read children and to extend the learning from the television series through episode viewing, learning activities, interactive literacy games, literacy-themed crafts, body movement exercises, branded music and take home worksheets. This recipe is a huge success! Just take a look at the research that was completed this year.

WFSU SUPER WHY! 2013

SUPER WHY! camps were at the following schools summer 2013:

  • Bond Elementary
  • Astoria Park Elementary
  • Sabal Palm Elementary
  • Ruediger Elementary
  • Riley Elementary
  • Ft. Braden Elementary
  • Gretchen Everhart School
  • Apalachee Tapestry Elementary
  • Oak Ridge Elementary
  • Pineview Elementary
  • Woodville Elementary
  • Hartsfield Elementary

We are also very excited to have a new partnership with two Kingdom Life Pre-schools; these centers will be using the SUPER WHY!Camp Curriculum all year long as part of their pre-literacy program. Please check back often for updates on camp offerings for 2014.

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Thank You to Our Sponsors
United Way of the Big Bend Leon County Schools