MONTESSORI SUMMER

Toddler

Summer Program

MCM Students Only

Camp Read

Summer Program

MCM Students Only

Primary

Summer Program

MCM Students Only

Elementary 

Summer Program

Open to Public
2022 Elementary Summer Program Details:
(Grades 1 - 6)

Camp Hours: 8:15 a.m. to 3:00p.m. 

WEEK 1
June 13 - 17
Music Camp

Experienced and novice players will join to practice rhythms, play songs, and learn about the fundamentals of playing music in a group! Instruments provided. 

WEEK 2
June 20 - 24
steam week

Cooperatively design, create, and problem solve through daily Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math challenges.

WEEK 3
June 27 - july 1
STREAM ECOLOGY

Put on your wading boots and collect specimens from our creek. Use a microscope to identify aquatic life. Perform simple experiments to explore water! 

WEEK 4
July 5 - 7
(4 day week)
recycled art

Help the environment and learn techniques to create artistic masterpieces out of recycled materials. This week will be educational, creative, and fun!

 

WEEK 5
July 11 - 15
Survival Skills

Learn about fundamental survival needs such as shelter, water, food, and basic first aid. Investigate edible plants, create water filtration systems, and practice fire building. 

WEEK 6
July 18 - 22
Sports Camp

Utilizing our beautiful campus, the students will play a variety of different sports and games, including kickball and capture the flag.

WEEK 7
July 25 - 29
Art in Nature 

Paint, draw, and explore the MCM creek, plant, and animal life. Assemble natural sculptures, paint landscapes, draw from nature, and find inspiration from our beautiful campus. 

WEEK 8
august 1 - 5
Author's Camp

Explore elements of a story to create a book you will write, illustrate and bind — all the while discovering your inner author's voice!

WEEK 9
august 8 - 12
performing arts week

Calling all dancers, actors, artists, musicians, and anyone interested in the performing arts! We welcome you to this fun-filled week of creativity, collaboration, and performance! 

What to
expect
each
week:

  • Group study and discussion of the week’s theme

  • Educational and hands-on learning activities

  • Art projects, music, and creative expression

  • Opportunities to do archery

  • Free play and socialization with friends old and new

  • Barn chores and interaction with the animals

  • Read-aloud and independent reading time

  • Gardening