Elementary Summer Camp Dublin
Montessori Summer Camp in Dublin, Ages 5-12
Summer Camp with a Fun Twist and Flexible Options
We are gearing up for a fantastic summer of camp, but with a whole new theme: SUMMER FUN CAMP! This camp is designed to meet the diverse needs of children, as well as the demanding needs of parents. This summer you can enroll for one week or all nine; whatever works with your family's schedule!
Each week your camper will be provided with a safe environment to enrich and challenge themselves through Crafts, Sports, Games, & Fun with Foods! From "Cupcake Wars" to “Capture the Flag”, we have activities that meets every campers interest. You do no need to be a Fountainhead Elementary Student to join our program.
Our list of summer camps has something for every student and as always Fountainhead offers an inclusive program with optional before and after care. All camps require a weekly sign up and camps run from 8:45 am-3:00 pm with optional before and after care from 7:00 am - 8:45 am and 3:00 pm - 6:30 pm.
(During the themed weeks below, we will offer special activities & field trips that correlate with the theme of the week. With Crafts, Sports, Games & more, Summer Fun Camp is going to be an opportunity to create everlasting friendships & memories!)
For details of each camp please click here: Dublin Summer Camps Brochure (Large File, 174KB)
We update our Summer Camp program every year with new and exciting themes. You may review our 2017 Summer Schedule below to get an idea of our offerings. We'll be posting our 2018 Summer Camp program by next June. Follow us on social media or check back in June to secure enrollment online.
Summer Camp Schedule - Dublin Campus
|Week of||Camp 1||Camp 1 Field Trip||Camp 2 (Enrichment)||Camp 2 Field Trip|
|July 10||Theater & Drama||Movie Day (CARS 3)||Mathematics|
|July 17||Theater & Drama||SF Opera Performance||Language/Reading||SF Opera Performance|
|July 24||Sports||Martial Arts Class (onsite)
Boomers (Golf / Laser Tag)
|July 31||Sports||BowlingLawrence Hall of Science||Science||Lawrence Hall of Science|
|Aug 7||Cooking||Jr Master Chef
- Breakfast Edition
|Aug 21||Space Camp||Chabot Space Center|
Summer Camp Descriptions
Join us for an adventure with all things furry, scaled, and feathered during Zoology Camp. We will explore a different class of animals each day including invertebrates, insects, reptiles, birds, mammals, and maybe, even a whole day devoted to raccoons with our Camp Mascot Owen. We’ll get to explore the tank-like exoskeletons of insects, the different types and functions of feathers, and smooth, never slimy, scales of reptiles. We’ll hunt for examples of each type of animal in our own environment as well as greet special visitors of the non-human variety. It will be an action fun-filled week!
Fun and Games
Play chess, learn card games, and create your own games through play and discourse. Develop your own games—think through the rules and steps of each game. Connecting the written word to the thought process helps creative writing skills and forms a better understanding of writing structure: a beginning, middle, and end. Figure out what games means in terms of math—it could be pattern recognition (chess), statistics (cards and dice), or even as basic as laying out a pattern for self-made board game. Have fun and embrace how games and math intersect.
Theater and Drama
This two week drama camp develops unique opportunities for public speaking and social skills. Campers work together to write their own plays and dramas. They work on active listening by watching others during performances, and observe visitors from the professional stage. Campers can explore various cultural celebrations/ history and create plays and dramas around the concept of their choosing. They learn about the structure of plays and the development of plots and themes. On the last day, campers will put together a big production for family and friends.
A two-week camp with something for everyone. Learn new sports, gain agility, foster teams, and friendships. Campers can learn more about the human body, and the impact and importance of exercise and healthy eating. Come learn more about how various sports and activities are developed in different parts of the world and the relationship to their culture and environment.
Cooking camp gives Campers lifelong cooking skills, and great practice in following direction and units of measure. Practice reading and following directions by analyzing and understanding the steps of a recipe. Utilize units of measure—how many teaspoons to a tablespoon? How many ounces in a cup? Cooking is a great hands-on way to help understand various units of measure and how they relate to each other.
This week is about inspiring students through open, beautiful and creative math. We have chosen the different tasks so that Campers see math as a broad, interesting, and visual subject that involves deep thinking. Depending on your Campers level, we will engage with factors, multiples, prime numbers, number relationships, algebraic expressions and equations. Most of all we will have fun! Math is all around us and shapes our universe.
Language is at the center of all elementary studies. This camp develops a deep understanding of communication through studies of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Through storytelling and poetry we will work on listening skills and comprehension. Vocabulary and word study help build phonic awareness and parts of speech. Language mechanics is explored in a fun way through play, discussion, and literature. Most of all we build on fluency and enjoying the gift of reading.
Help your Camper become more aware of his/her world with GeoWeek. Campers start connecting their geographic knowledge, gradually building up a greater understanding about our complex world. It's not just a matter of memorizing lots of disconnected facts and trivia. It's relating to what you read about the real world. It's about learning about location, place, history, and regions. Our world is a complex place. Let’s put it in perspective for your Camper.
Empower Camper and build a foundation for their success, not only in science but throughout their schooling. Campers can put a name and reason behind concepts such as energy, friction and perspective. Through hands-on activities children will learn more about the scientific method and apply it to their own experiments. Campers can learn about important concepts including recycling, earthquakes, and fossils. Science camp will allow children extra time to explore topics of interest in more depth with hands on exploration.
Build elaborate objects, structures, and vehicles that explore fundamentals of engineering and physics. Campers will follow verbal Instructions and written directions. They acquire vocabulary by building and understanding the concepts of engineering. They understand balance learn about pulleys, gears, engineering, and physics with hands on lessons. Establish skills by following instructions, embracing small Motor Skills, and have project management opportunities as well.
There is very little we can do in today’s world without interfacing with a computer in some form. Learning to code teaches how to problem-solve and fosters new ways of thinking that children learn to apply to all aspect of their lives. Learning to code at an early age will allow those with an interest in computers to start building a foundation for tech leadership. The amazement in the Campers eyes as their lines of code “come alive” is simply priceless!
Campers explore space and astronomy with subjects like time, gravity, and constructs of our solar system. Campers can explore space and astronomy. Learn more about the concept of gravity and its effects on earth and in outer space. Children can learn about the plants, stars and constellations. Campers can learn more about ideas including time, gravity, and distance. (Example, an eclipse, study the distance from earth to various planets and how long it would take to get there etc.)
Fountainhead Montessori is dedicated to a whole student approach. The Montessori philosophy develops a student’s sense of self-esteem, dignity, independence, self-direction, and awareness of the community. Our camps are open to all students. You do not need to be a Fountainhead elementary student to join our Summer Camp program.
Our weekly Elementary camps offer individualized curriculum, ratio of 1:10, critical thinking skills, developmentally appropriate instruction, multicultural curriculum, multi-sensory curriculum, integrated curriculum, and cooperative learning.
Camp Enrollment 2017
Summer Camp enrollment is now open. Fourteen, one week long programs starting June 26th.
Goals of the Classroom
Our classrooms, which we call the prepared environment, will allow your child a great deal of independence within a defined structure.
Summer Camp Enrollment 2017
Enrollment for Summer Camp 2017 is now open. Space is limited.
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