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Summer Program

Summer Weekly Themes

The children will enjoy learning about each subject using the hands on Montessori material. A new science theme is introduced each week of the summer session.





Children will have a fun hands-on cooking experience. They will learn to read a recipe, follow instructions and eat what they make. Students will measure liquid and dry ingredients. They will handle kitchen utensils such as hand beaters, sieves, graters, scales, etc. They will work as a team, learn to set a table and of course tidy up their own mess!





Brontosaurus, Stegosaurus, Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops. We will learn about this fascinating group of reptiles that once ruled the earth. The children will study their shapes, sizes, habitat and eating habits.




Whales, dolphins, sharks and starfish are just a few of the sea creatures the children will learn about. Students will identify parts of a fish, classifying vertebrate and invertebrate.




we will learn all about the animals that live on the farm, the food they provide for us, as well as the many jobs of the farmer. On one day of the week we will have the opportunity to feed and pet real live animals in a mini farm in our very own backyard.




We will learn about lions, elephants, tigers, giraffes, zebras, monkeys and alligators.




Big and small, green or red we will learn everything about BUGS! The Insect Discovery Lab will bring incredible live insects into our school. The children will explore the fantastic lives of beetles, millipedes, tarantulas, walking sticks, whip scorpions and more.




Ever wonder how a bird flies or how long a baby bird must be inside an egg before it hatches? These questions and many more will be investigated during our study of birds. At the end of the week we will witness a performance by the amazing Happy Birds. This will surely be an eggciting event!




Take a bus or take a train.
Take a boat or take a plane.
Take a taxi or a car,
May be near or may be far.
Take a spaceship to the moon, but be sure to be back soon!


We will have a visit from our local Fire Department and Police Department during this week. We’ll end this week with our very own Wheels Day. Children may bring their bike, scooter, roller blades or skates to school on this day.



Jump Houses
Picnic with the bears
Water Play
Puppet Theater
Bird Show
Petting Zoo
Digging for dinosaurs
Insect activity
Music & Movement
Motor Development
Arts & Crafts
Foreign Language

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