We make every experience at summer camp special!
We offer academic programs, individual and group tutoring, to help prevent "summer regression", giving your child the opportunity to maintain and sharpen skills over the summer months. Our professional educators are Easton Public School Teachers, each with 20 years of teaching experience. They are reading and math specialists with Master’s Degrees in Education. Our flexible hours will accommodate you and your child’s summer schedule.
Riding lessons are given by Dorbill Stables, a full-service horse training and horse riding facility with large indoor and outdoor riding rings located in Bridgewater. This program consists of one 2-hour lesson per week.
Choose 2, 4, 6, or 8 weeks. Open to campers entering the 4th grade & up.
Add to your child’s summer day camp experience at Maplewood with our 9th week.
In addition to the great regular activities and sports offered at Maplewood, we have special programs in soccer and basketball, led by certified coaches and specialists for children interested in advancing their skills.
Choose from 3, 4, or 5 days of Traditional Camp or one of our Specialty Camps; Soccer, Basketball, Chess, or Drama. Transportation and Extended days available.
Ten years ago, Maplewood began a relationship with the founder of Skills Naturally, Kathy Ciliberto. Kathy is a seasoned professional with years of experience working with children in the classroom environment. She brought her skills to Maplewood assisting campers in a one on one relationship. Over the years, we have been able to see the positive affects her relationships have had with the campers. We are very excited to be partnering with Kathy and her staff in order to expand this program. Please see below to learn more:
What is Skills Naturally?
Skills Naturally is a social support team at Maplewood Country Day Camp & Enrichment Center. Our mission is to provide one-on-one coaching and social support to meet the diverse needs of Maplewood’s campers.
What is the role of our staff at Maplewood?
Our staff are called “Skills Trainers” because our daily work involves training campers on how to utilize social skills and coping strategies to navigate their routines and interactions with the goal of full camp participation. We work in conjunction with Maplewood staff, including camp directors, head counselors, and junior counselors to ensure that every camper can have a
successful experience at camp.
Who can Skills Trainers help?
Most of the campers we work with have identified social/emotional needs that are addressed through an IEP or a 504 plan in the school setting. In order to inform the Maplewood directors of your camper's needs, parents and families will have the opportunity to share important information about their child when completing the online parent questionnaire.
In addition, our skills trainers “float” throughout Maplewood assisting campers who have not been previously identified as needing support. In these cases, families are notified of our observations and a meeting is planned to discuss how best to meet the child’s needs.
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