The month of May flew by!
As the school year comes to an end I always find joy in reflection. I wanted to share this practice with the elementary students so we did a group lesson on adjectives. They learned about sentence structure, and paragraph writing this month, but this lesson on adjectives was a big hit.
The Upper Elementary created a presentation in PowerPoint to share their adventure in Rome at the Montessori Model United Nations. The presentation will be available for viewing in the Studio after the End of Year Celebration on Wednesday, June 7. The girls will be available to answer questions as well.
Snack making this month has also gone to a new level, with the children doing some cooking. They especially enjoyed making quesadillas on the griddle.
The Peabody Museum was a fun way to expand on the timeline of life lessons we worked on in class. The life size skeletons and statues of the dinosaurs are truly amazing to see in person and allow the kids to really grasp their size. And our annual school-wide trip to Harvey’s Beach was also a lot of fun, despite the chilly temperatures. Thank you to everyone that joined us.
The annual Bushy Hill Field trip went off without a hitch. Despite the clouds, and even periods of rain, the class and their families enjoyed every minute, from the hike around the lake, to archery and basic shelter lessons, hot dogs roasted on the campfire to an amazing end of the day with a hike through the woods after dark.
We had so many exciting adventures this month, it’s hard to focus on just a few. We look forward to another amazing school year next year. See you then!