Today marks the end of the second week of summer camp! Session One has three weeks of camp packed with exciting activities and enriching lessons for toddlers through elementary schoolers. This is the first of three sessions and continues now through July 7.
Toddler students had more fun in the sun at the splash pad this week! Then, our campers brought the water theme inside as they continued to learn about the ocean. From geography to the creatures of the deep, toddlers are exploring it all through their very own classroom beach.
After learning the mechanics of a garden last week, the Primary camper were ready to plant and water seeds for their classroom garden. Soon they will see first-hand the plant growth process and put their newfound garden wisdom to the test.
Our Elementary campers continued discovering the many possibilities of circuitry! They learned about resistors, like the potentiometer. Using kits from Curious-on-Hudson, campers used their potentiometers to complete a circuit to operate a light dimmer. Teachers also discussed the steps to becoming effective online researchers and helped small groups present mini-research projects of their choice.
The Elementary campers’ much-anticipated pinnacle of the week was exploring Liberty Science Center’s exhibits with their camp friends on Friday’s field trip.
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.