Our campers completed the second summer camp session on Friday, reviewing what they’ve learned over the last three weeks—vehicles that move, building bridges, and evaluating the root systems of the plants they’ve grown from root cuttings. They’re all set for the final two weeks starting today!
Toddlers and Bridge Primary Camp (2s and 3s)
Our curious toddlers had fun reviewing the fascinating modes of transportation that take us through our city and around the globe in "Zoom, Zoom, Away We Go!" camp! The children explored how boats, bikes, cars, and trains work while enjoying music and movement activities, learning to cook, practicing yoga, and enjoying daily outdoor water play.
Primary Camp (3s, 4s, 5s)
Our city-slicker Primary campers shared what they knew and learned so much more about buildings, bridges, and tunnels. The children explored bridges and their purposes and discussed various bodies of water worldwide. Oceans, rivers, and bays enthralled the campers, as did the fascinating modes of transportation enabling the exploration of our city and world.
Elementary Camp (Elementary-age)
The "Eco-Innovation" theme in Elementary camp encompassed eco-sustainability, including propagating plants, composting with worms, and creating impressive art drawing inspiration from nature. Elementary campers took root cuttings of golden pothos, watching in amazement as the roots grew in water. They also enjoyed watching the launch of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket and enjoyed an outdoor picnic.
Session 3 Starts Today: July 31-August 11, 2023
Session 3 starts July 31 and runs through August 11. It is chock-full of new and exciting themes. Read more here!
Toddler and Bridge Primary: “My Amazing Body” helps students discover how amazing our bodies are and how our senses help us understand and explore.
Preschool and Kindergarteners: Campers will explore the hunters and the hunted during “Catch It–Predator or Prey,” taking a closer look at the food chain.
Elementary: Students will grow in confidence and independence during the “Self Innovation” camp, teaching campers life skills from public speaking, fostering a growth mindset, sewing, and carpentry.
To learn more about Hudson Montessori School's summer camp activities, tuition, and fees or our interdisciplinary, theme-based learning approach to education, please visit our summer camp program page or contact our administrative office. Half-day, full, and extended-day options are available to suit your family's needs.