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"The most important period of life is not the age of university, but the first one - the period from birth to the age of six."

- Dr. Maria Montessori

 
 

Summer at Marlowe

Stay sharp this summer with our fabulously fun summer programs! Camps will be held Monday - Friday from 8:30-12:30.

2022 Summer Application

What to Bring to Camp (First Day of Camp Information)


Pirate's Cove: June 6-10

Arrrrr!! Join the fun as Captain Brownhair leads the crew in hunting for treasures, making maps, and navigating through rough waters.

ARTrageous: June 13-17

Join us as we experiment with art of all mediums from oil pastels, watercolors, and more. We'll study Monet, van Gogh, and other masters and make some incredible art too!

Little Scientist: June 20-24

Don your safety goggles and lab coat and join us as we try out hand at science! We will make our own volcanoes, tornadoes, rainbows, crystals, and more!

Camp Out: June 27-July 1

Calling all backpacking adventurers! We will pitch a tent, fish, learn how to use a compass, recognize various wild animals and their tracks, and more!

Super Safari: July 5-8

Off to the Serengeti we go in search of giraffes, lions, and zebras! This week will be filled with ROARS of laughter and fun as we learn savannah survival skills: recognizing various animals and learning how to work a compass.

Paleontology for Kids: July 11-15

Dust off your shovel and join us as we dig out fossils and jewels while learning about the giants that once roamed the earth.

I Spy: July 18-22

Are you up to the challenge of becoming a legendary sleuth? Each day will include daily briefings, learning survival language for multiple regions, international geography, fingerprinting, and laser beam crawling.

Princesses and Superheroes: July 25 – 28

Princesses and superheroes are not just the things of fairy tales!! This week, we will explore the castles, princesses, and knights of the medieval world as well as the Greek gods that so closely resemble the Justice League