Summer Program - 2018

What People Say
I am confident that the education they have received will make them individuals who can and will take the time to think for themselves and inspire and lead others.
Charles Greenhalgh, Parent

Summer Unplugged!

Join us this summer for some incredible programs for all ages. Unless otherwise specified in the camp details, families will need to provide their campers with a healthy snack, lunch, and a water bottle. Please make sure campers have a sun hat and proper footwear. You can always reach us at (603)447-3168 if you have any questions.

Please fill out and submit this registration form to reserve your spot. We look forward to seeing you this summer!

A Child’s Garden
Ages 2.5-4
July 2nd-Aug. 3rd (no camp on July 4th) / 9am-3pm
$200/week (1/2 day 9am-12pm $125/week)

The children’s garden is set at a gentle pace just right for the youngest children in our summer camp; this camp is a true child care camp. Activities include forest play, water play, nature walks, seasonal circle time, story, and a well-needed rest. A healthy homemade snack is provided daily. Families will need to provide a healthy lunch from home.

The Natural Explorer
Ages 4-6
July 2nd-Aug. 3rd (no camp on July 4th) / 9am-3pm
$200/week (1/2 day 9am-12pm $125/week)

Our days are filled with singing, outdoor play, traditional games, arts and craft projects, and plenty of time for children to explore and play in our beautiful forest and gardens. A healthy homemade snack and herbal iced tea are provided daily. Families will need to provide a healthy lunch from home. The child must be potty trained.

Games & Woodland Adventures Camp
Ages 7-9
Three 4-Day Sessions - July 16th-19th, July 23rd-26th, July 30th-Aug. 2nd / 9am-3pm
4-Day Sessions - $160/session

The campers will enjoy outdoor and indoor games appealing to all ages and abilities. We will also explore the beautiful land around us. Following a morning outside, we will have lunch and a story that all ages can enjoy.  We’ll end our day outside again with games and more nature exploration.

Handwork & Crafting Camp
Ages 6+
Three 1-Week Sessions - July 9th-27th / 9am-3pm

A three-week handwork summer camp. Each morning will start the same, with free play and snack prep. Then we will have a quick circle before heading out on a walk to gather materials that we will need for that day’s crafting. Each week will have a different theme. The children will learn two new songs and at least one new handwork verse. Each week we will make at least one woodworking project, a bath and body product, a hand dyed project, several sewing and painting projects, handmade fresh cheese, and fresh veggie hummus. The children will be sent home with a book of recipes at the end of the week along with all their crafts!

“Lord of the Rings” Woodworking & Adventures Camp
Ages 8+
4-Day Session - July 30th-Aug. 2nd / 9am-3pm

Using hand tools - saws, knives, rasps, sandpaper, hammer/nails - the campers will make swords, shields, and staves out of wood. We will then have a Lord-of-the-Rings-style adventure in the mountains and forest surrounding the school.

Jam Along Music Camp
Ages 11+
July 9th-July 13th / 9am-1pm

Singing and playing instruments in a group will be the focus of this camp. Participants will bring their own instruments: ukuleles, guitars, etc., and should have some ability to play that instrument. A keyboard, one or two guitars, a bass ukulele, recorders, and xylophones will be available to use in the classroom for anyone who has no instrument. The week will begin with the class learning a song brought by the teacher, and participants are encouraged to bring a song they would like to play with the group. Each person will leave with a book of the songs worked on during the week. Please bring a snack and lunch.

Drama Camp - NEW
Ages 8+
Three-Week Session - July 16th-Aug. 3 / 9am-4pm

An outdoor theater production of: The Living, Feeling, Loving World of Plants This summer White Mountain Waldorf School is going to offer something new! Campers, ages 8+, are invited to come and help us to create a pageant, “Bread and Puppet” style. This will involve nature observation, arts and crafts, music, and drama. There will be time to rest, other activities, and time for cooling down.
This camp runs for 3 consecutive weeks. The campers will be directed in the production of a larger-than-life peek into the secret life of plants. A final presentation of the pageant will occur on August 3rd for the public on our WMWS campus’s natural amphitheater.