Living Montessori Education Community School Break Camps follow our School Calendar schedule with fun, educational, Montessori activities in four unique areas: Creative Arts • Culinary/Kid's Kitchen • Music/Drama • Sports and Games. Innovative themes are customized, planned and implemented by highly-qualified Specialists and Montessori certified teachers. Camp themes are refreshed seasonally. LMEC offers before care and after care for most camps. Please see below for an example of our School Break Camp Curriculum. Winter, Mid-Winter and Spring Break Camp flyers show camp hours and pricing.
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Living Montessori Academy
2445 140th Ave. N.E., Suite B-200
Bellevue, WA. 98005
425.373.KIDS (5437) ext. 101
SAMPLE: School Break Camp Curriculum
Following the lessons provided by Ilche Lee in the book “Power Brain Kids,” students will learn strategies to strengthen both their minds and bodies: physical strength, brain awareness, relaxation exercises, and body/brain working together.
Students will get a closer look at five famous artists’ work. Each day a new artist will be showcased with information about him and examples of his artwork. Students will be given the opportunity to create their own piece of art drawing inspiration from: Van Gogh, Picasso, Matisse, Monet and Keith Haring.
Children will explore Eurythmics and dance according to set rhythms. This encourages a grounded sense of grace and sets the stage for formal music lessons. Understanding the fundamentals of musicianship, students will play instruments, recognize different tones, discover soft and loud dynamics and respond to conductor cues.
Gardening & Breads from Around the World. Kids will have the opportunity to garden using large container pots, and recognize the importance of building healthy soil, planting techniques, organic fertilizers, and watering. Making bread with family and friends is a long tradition in every culture. Children will discover different types of breads such as: roti (flat bread), chapati, rotlo, challa, pretzels, cinnamon swirl, ciabatta, soda bread, and whole grain bread.