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We are located just west of I-25 off of Arapahoe Road. Greenwood Plaza Blvd is past the Arapahoe Marketplace shopping center with Sprouts and Office Depot. When on Greenwood Plaza Blvd, we are the building directly behind the shopping center, the third right. You will see a sign for Kaiser Permanente IT Administrative Offices, turn right there. As you are pulling toward the building you will see our playground. You are welcome to park in one of the 30 minute parent drop off/pick up spaces. Our separate entrance is on the southwest corner of the building at the ground level behind the playground.

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Bright Horizons Montessori at Fiddler's Green

(720) 274-8134

Our School-Age Program

"The land is where our roots are. The children must be taught to feel and live in harmony with the Earth." -Dr. Maria Montessori

We offer a dynamic summer camp program for children ages 6-12. Our camp provides children with fun opportunities to explore, create, and enjoy the wonders of the season. Each weekly session provides a unique thematic program so children can experience a variety of topics in depth. Learning at Bright Horizons is a journey of discovery, investigation, experimentation, and collaboration.

Campers enjoy themed activities, special visitors, field trips, and so much more.

Contact us for our Summer Camp Guide.

What Parents are Saying

Our greatest advocates are our families.

"You create a beautiful oasis of joy, learning, and community. Thank you so much for being such wonderful people and teachers! "

Our Curriculum Components

“The environment must be rich in motives which lend interest to activity and invite the child to conduct his own experiences.”
-Dr. Maria Montessori

  • Sensorial Children learn skills very effectively through their senses. Specific activities are designed to capitalize on using the senses to learn.
  • Math Mathematical thought process and practice are woven into summer activities to help children explore math as it relates to multiple areas in fun and interesting ways.
  • Language All our explorations and activities encourage growth in oral language, written expression, reading, and grammar elements, weaving all the components into the summer themes.
  • Garden Lessons in the outdoors help children develop an understanding and appreciation for the complexity and interdependence of our living world. Children develop the skills of exploration, observation, experimentation, and conservation.
  • Culture Cultural exercises in our summer camp programs include special visitors, in-depth studies, and hands-on activities related to the world around us, including other countries and cultures, the natural world, different languages, and foods.

Learning at Home

Snowman Making

You Will Need:

Snow, sticks, items to make a face (eyes, nose, mouth), hat, and gloves

Directions:

Before heading outside, make sure you and your child are dressed appropriately for the weather (jacket, boots, hat, gloves, etc.). Work with your child to make a snowman. Say things like, “Where do you think all this snow came from?”; “What does our snowman need?”; “Is it a boy or a girl?”; “What can we use to make his eyes?”; “Does he need a hat?”;  “Do we need a different hat for a boy?”; “Do we have enough snow to make a snowman as tall as you…or as tall as me? Let’s see!”; “Do we want to name him?”

Tip:

Talk about how cold you are. Check your child’s fingers frequently to be sure they are not too cold. Let your child make as many choices as possible in designing the snowman.


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