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Our Little House cildren will explore the ocean, animals and insects. Other topics of study will include fun with shapes, and flower power. They will read stories, sing songs, have finger plays and creat art projects to go along with these themes.
The Pre-Primary children will be learning abour insecras, worms and plants. As they study, "Our Big World" the children will explore eath's air, land, water and the inhabitants of each. They will read books that pertain to each area of study and participate in lessons, art activites, songs and finger plays. They will plan, prepare and pack a suitcase for a pretend summer adventure.
Each week our Primary classes will study a famous artist and recretae their version of one of his/her greatest works of art. A whole new world of learning will open up with a trip around the world in which they visit a different continent each week. They will invites parents to come into the classroom to read a story or poem in their native language. On Fridays, the children will either put on their "Little Chefs" hats and prepare a dish to eat, or enjoy a classic movie and a special treat. The end of summer camp witll culiminate with Our Third Annual "International Food Festival"
Other Summer Fun Activities
All classes will have splash day one day each week. The children will have fun int eh sun playing with pool toys, splashing in the wading pools and going through sprinklers.
Marvelous Mondays will include an exciting new program "Gardening with Ms Ashleigh". We will have designated garden plots for each classroom. Ashleigh Livingston, dedicated gardener and parent, will educate as she works with the children to cultivate their garden plots. She will direct and support the children as they plant, nuture and harvest fruits and vegetables.
On Terrific Tuesdays, special guest will visit our school and take the children on exciting adventures. Here is a few of the special guest we are looking forward to this Summer.
Montogmery Fire Department
The Talking Tree
The Montgomery Zoo
Local Southern Authors