HUDSON COUNTRY MONTESSORI SUMMER DAY CAMP
FRIENDS AROUND THE WORLD
JUNE 18 – AUGUST 24
ABOUT OUR SUMMER CAMP
Hudson Country Montessori School has been offering a fun and safe summer camp for over 22 years. Our unique summer program is designed with our campers top priorities in mind. Our campers have fun, make new friends and create ever-lasting memories. We offer enriching activities that challenge campers to grow physically, mentally and intellectually in our spacious outdoor and indoor facilities.
The quality and success of our summer program is defined by the amazing team of our Camp Director and professional counselors.
Come see how to enhance your child’s 2018 Summer Experience at Hudson Country Day Camp.
Typical Activity Schedule
Our Summer Programs
TODDLER PROGRAM (AGES 18-36 MONTHS)
AVAILABLE HALF/FULL DAY (2-5 days/week)
Our toddler program is a great way to introduce our youngsters to summer camp experience. We keep a Montessori environment throughout the summer to maintain daily routines so important for our little ones.
PRE-SCHOOL / KINDERGARTEN CAMPERS (AGES 3-5)
AVAILABLE HALF/FULL DAY (3-5 days/week)
Our pre-school campers enjoy , sports, hands-on science, music and movement, cooking, arts and crafts weekly. Our special guest programs are brought on- site and include petting zoos, museum programs, music concerts, sports instruction and more.
JUNIOR CAMPERS (AGES 6-8)
AVAILABLE FIVE (5) FULL DAYS
Our junior campers enjoy swim instruction, sports, technology, science, cooking and performing arts weekly. They participate in off-site field trips planned throughout the summer. Trip schedule to be available prior to camp start date.
SENIOR CAMPERS (AGES 9-12)
AVAILABLE FIVE (5) FULL DAYS
Our senior campers work with experienced staff on innovative projects, hands-on experiments, group and individual projects and guided discovery and understanding of the components of the natural and technological world.
COUNSELOR IN TRAINING PROGRAM(AGES 13-15)
Our CIT program is designed to challenge teens to grow as leaders at camp and within their community. CIT’s will participate in activities that will build their unique leadership skills: teambuilding, positive role modeling and problem solving among many others. CIT’s are coached in different tasks and the best part is they can earn valuable volunteer hours. Candidates need to apply and go through an interview process. Applications are available at the main office.
AFTER-CAMP EXTENDED CARE AND LUNCH PROGRAM
We offer early or late session supervised care to all our campers as an option to extend their typical day. Ask us about our convenient lunch program.
AFTER- CAMP ENRICHMENTS
AVAILABLE FROM 4PM -6PM
Though out the week fun after- camp activities are planned for the campers who want an extended experience, in addition to the already fun environment. Robotics, Martial Arts, Ballet, Zumba and Cooking are some of the activities campers can enjoy in our after -camp program.
Our Weekly Themes
Our neighborhood friends visit Hudson to share who they are in the community. Police and Firemen are a couple of friends who will visit.
“MEET NEW FRIENDS” Picnic
RIO DE JANEIRO
Bem-Vindo campistas! Welcome campers! We will be kicking off our summer adventures by exploring Rio de Janeiro, Portuguese and Brasilian sign language as we get acquainted with each other. We will be treating ourselves to home made Brigadeiro’s.
Discovery Museum / Adventure Park
HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY! This week we will be exploring in our own backyard of North America. We will make 4th of July Jello an flags of the amazing diversity we have in this country.
NO FIELD TRIP
TASTE OF EUROPE
Do you like strawberries, cake and
whipped cream? This week will be making the traditional English Trifle. We will be learning about basic Greek vocabulary to continue our language
Visit from Magician / Jennings Beach
ASIA THE PLACE
Kon’ichiwa & ayubowan! We will be
exploring closely Japan and Sri Lanka for a taste of Asia and its wide variety of languages and cultures. Get ready to make your own Geisha, Karate, and Elephant crafts as well as Sri Lankan cuisine.
ESCAPE TO AFRICA
Did you know the most common language in Africa is Swahili? This week we will be exploring through Madagascar’s Safari with custom made animal face masks. We will be making 24K carrots and playing African Drums.
Visit from Llama / Splashdown Park
GO DOWN UNDER
Lets go to the land down under! We will
be exploring the outback of Australia and learn about it’s geography, animals, culture. Have you ever tried the popular Australian snack, the Aznac biscuits? These yummy treats are just like cookies.
Maritime Center / Visit Wolves
Let’s cool off with some snow cones and ice-cream! How about some chocolaty s’mores for your sweet tooth? Don’t forget to saddle up for a Pony ride.
Sleepover for Juniors and Seniors
Researching and discovering Animals of the World who help preserve and
protect the planet will be the focus of this week.
Silverman’s Farm /Visit from Beekeeper
HUDSON’S GOT TALENT
To conclude our summer of fun we will have a carnival day and celebrate all our talented campers with a talent show. We will make masquerade masks and celebrating with ice-cream.
SUMMER CAMP HOURS
9AM – 4PM
EARLY CARE FROM 7AM
LATE SESSION UNTIL 6PM
All field trips are tentative, Field trip Sign-up forms will be available in May.