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This Week’s Highlights from Summer Camp: Water Play, Field Trips, and More!

Our three age levels of campers completed another fun-filled week with tons of outside fun and exciting water play. Our Elementary campers also enjoyed interesting field trips and our swimming program.

Toddlers and Bridge Primary Camp (2s and 3s)

Our youngest campers continue their exploration of transportation, delving into the fascinating world of trains, planes, and automobiles—each leading to wondrous places! For the next week, they will continue studying new modes of transportation like boats, bikes, and walking trips! They also enjoyed learning to cook, yoga lessons, daily outdoor escapades, and delightful water play.

Primary Camp (3s, 4s, 5s)

Primary students created their own bridges out of several materials found in the classroom this week. With each new model, the class is learning collaboratively about the impact of physics, engineering, art, design, and mathematics on their models. Next week, campers will refine their knowledge and creations as they learn more about modern bridges and tunnels.

Elementary Camp (Elementary-age)

The Elementary camp has fully embraced the "Eco-Innovation" theme by focusing on many sustainable practices used worldwide. The campers made versions of solar-powered ovens this week and enjoyed making S’mores with them. The elementary camp also ventured on two field trips this week. They took the ferry to Manhattan, visited Battery Park, and rode the Seaglass carousel. They also enjoyed the bus trip to Turtle Back Zoo, seeing a vast array of animals, touching the stingrays in the Touch Tank, and watching Bowie, the Labrador retriever, play with his friend Nandi, the cheetah.

Session 3 Coming Soon: July 31-August 11, 2023

A few spots are still available for Session 3 starting July 31. It is chock-full of new and exciting themes. Sign up today!

  • 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 “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.

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