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Hudson Montessori's 3-in-1 Event Features Makers, Pancakes, and Children Teaching Their Parents

Each year, Hudson Montessori hosts many events inviting parents into the classrooms and immersing them in their students' learning. This year, we are excited to combine three events into one exciting day on Saturday, January 28.


We invite Toddler, Bridge Primary, and Primary parents to join their child (age 2 through 6) for Bring Your Parents to School Day. Each student will be their parent's teacher for a 45-minute work period in their classroom. Our students prepared special work plans to guide their "students" through "class." This widely anticipated event gives parents an illuminating window into their child's learning each year.




Families of students at every age level are welcome to join us for our annual pancake breakfast fundraiser. Every parent at our school is a member of our Hudson Montessori Volunteers. They will make fresh-flipped blueberry, chocolate chip, or rainbow pancakes with fresh fruit. Beverages served will include coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and juice. Gluten-free and vegan options are available.


Our annual Maker Faire will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We offer the region's only elementary school-based Maker Faire event! Families of students of all age levels—Toddlers, Bridge, Primary, Kindergarten, Elementary, and Middle School—are welcome to visit the Maker Faire. Kindergarteners through middle schoolers are encouraged to submit entries to exhibit or present works of art, crafts, coding projects, science experiments, inventions, and more. Maker Projects are categorized in three ways:

  • Building and Engineering: Paper architecture, cardboard structures, Lego structures, woodworking, and more

  • Digital Creations: Electronic displays, robots, Scratch programming, Python programming, applications, stop-motion animation, and more

  • Arts & Crafts: Paintings, drawings, sculptures, pottery, jewelry, embroidery, crochet, knitting, and more

Hudson Montessori School was the first nationally-certified STEM elementary school by the National Institute for STEM Education in 2019. At Hudson Montessori School, math and reading are critical learning components, but our school STEAM powers those fundamental courses—infusing our curriculum with science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math.


Hudson Montessori School fosters the love of learning for children age 2 to eighth grade. Learn more about how the school nurtures critical thinkers through its STEAM program.


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