Dates

5 June - 18 August 2017
Morning Session: 8:30-12pm
Full Session: 8:30-3pm
After-care: 3:00-5:30

Ages: 2-6 years

Montessori School of Washington &

Passport2enrichment Present Summer 2017

 

We have an enriching fun filled summer planned for this year.  Join us weekly for various programs that will run daily from 11am until noon.  Your child will sure to look forward to each day with a these special activities and a host of other ones.

Jump Tumble and Bounce: Week 1 (June 5th – June 9th)

  • This active program is designed to shake those sillies out.  It’s an action packed fun filled program with jumping bouncing tumbling and anything movement.  This program is sure to excite and release a whole lot of energy.

Theatrical thinking/ storybook tellers Week 2 (June 12th – June 16th)

  • Now it’s time to pretend!  This program is designed to promote imagination and confidence.  Our actors will learn to work together by exploring familiar characters and stories as well as being encouraged to let their imagination go and invent a tale or two of their own. The focus is for children to learn both physical and emotional expressiveness, memorization and teamwork.   Children learn a great deal through the theatrical arts, how to express themselves, individuality, independence, a sense of self-worth and confidence all qualities that will follow them into adulthood.  Movement and music will be incorporated.

Creative chef: Week 3 (June 19th – June 23rd)

  • This program engages students in math and science concepts using elements of creative technology. Learn the math concept involved in increasing a recipe, about measurement, ratios and more. This class is perfect for students that love to express their creativity, and explore how mathematics and scientific concepts influence the Art of Cooking. Students learn organizational and life skills as they prepare healthy snacks and treats.

Shake, rattle and roll: Week 4 (June 26th – June 30th)

  • This program is design to get those little feet up and moving to the beat.  Children and will delight in the many different genres of music we expose them to and the classics that they can sing along with.  Many props are used such as maracas, shakers, balls, flutes, whistles and scarfs to encourage participation, curiosity, help fine motor skills and interaction between the children.

 

Masterminds: Week 5 (July 3rd – July 7th) Please note No Class on July 4th

  • This program will always get you thinking.  Lots of wacky science experiments to explain the laws of motion, gravity or many other concepts.  Elephant toothpaste, erupting apples, or explosive coke bottles will give your little scientist hands on experiences.

Superhero’s: Week 6 (July 10th – July 14th)

  • Do you ever wish you could fly across the sky, zap laser beams from your eyes, find the missing clue, or use your ninja skills to save the world? Now you have the chance to make that happen! By channeling favorite comic book heroes and villains and iconic characters, students will learn about imaginative storytelling, and conflict resolution. Students will bring these characters to life through character vocal and physical exploration while saving the world one step at a time. This program incorporates real life social skills and addresses the many social challenges children face on the playground, classroom, and playdates and with their peers.

Engineering: Week 7 (July 17th – July 21st)

 

  • Every kid will love this program!  Constructing bridges out of Popsicle sticks, designing your own car, making a parachute for toy soldiers, or a roller coaster for a marble.  These are just a few of the many projects that await your little engineers.

Creepy critter crawlers Week 8 (July 24th – July 28th)

  • For scientists who love worms, bugs, spiders and many other critters! Art projects and bug collecting are included as we read, write about, and explore the world of creepy crawlers.

Montessori School of Washington &

Soccer Shots present

Summer 2017

 

Weeks:

August 1- August 4

August 7- August 11

August 14- August 18



General Camp Information for 2017

MSOW Camp Hours

Early drop off: 8:00‐8:30am
Camp day: Half day 8:30am‐12:00pm $325
                   Full day 8:30am‐3:00pm $375
After‐care: 3:00‐5:30pm $100/week

Important dates

MSOW offers 11 weeks of summer camp from June 5 to August 18. We will follow DC public school's schedule for holidays and weather. There will be no camp on 4 July.


Drop off / Pick up

Our drop off location during camp sessions is: Hardy Park (at the corner of Q St. & Foxhall Rd).
Pick up will be at the school's location.
* Drop off will be at MSOW on rainy days.


Registration and Deposit

To reserve a space in MSOW camp, please return a completed registration form along with a $200 deposit for each session (week) you are interested in by February 29.

* The balance of camp fees, all camp forms and an up‐to‐date health form are due the first day your child starts camp.

*No refunds will be made for absences or withdrawals during the camp session

** Payment may be made by cash, check and credit*

Final confirmation

Please note that your child's registration is not final until you receive a confirmation email from msow.dc@gmail.com
and all camp payments and documents have been received.

*Payment with a credit card must be made at the school and will be charged a service fee of 2%.