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Reading with Montessori Cards

Preschooler learning to sound out works with the Montessori picture cards:  

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Yoga for Children

More and more professionals who work with children with autism, special needs, sensory integration, learning disabilities and ADD/ADHD are being trained to teach children’s yoga–and with great results. Yoga is a natural for children, since it addresses the whole child, including the brain/body connection. Tips for Doing Yoga with Your Children Create a special time of the day for yoga with your child. Take some time in the morning or evening and follow it with […]

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Peek at the Week, April 25th

WILLOW PEAK Dear Parents, Kindergarteners working in the Elementary classroom This week, we will be doing a great deal of work outside. We will work on various cleaning, planting, and painting tasks. If you have time available, and would like to help, please let me know. Please make sure that your child is dressed in clothes that can get dirty. If it rains we will stay inside. If you have plants, seeds, flower pots, potting soil, [...]

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Peek at the Week – April 25th 2016

WILLOW PEAK Dear Parents, Kindergarteners working in the Elementary classroom This week, we will be doing a great deal of work outside. We will work on various cleaning, planting, and painting tasks. If you have time available, and would like to help, please let me know. Please make sure that your child is dressed in clothes that can get dirty. If it rains we will stay inside. If you have plants, seeds, flower pots, potting soil, [...]

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Toddler News April 2016

Dear Toddler families, Spring is finally here and the children are excited to spend more time outside. We will be going on the field before lunch, weather permitting. In March we worked on color recognition using the Rainbow work and making colored paper butterflies and flowers. The children were busy cooking oatmeal, making muffins and deviled eggs. We are working on how to push our chairs back after finishing snack or a work to keep the classroom […]

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Preschool & Kindergarten News, April 2016

Dear Cedar and Oak families, Happy spring to all of our wonderful families! In March we explored the geography and culture of Korea by making maps and reading about its customs. A big Thank You to Keira’s mom, Jeong O’Donnell, and her grandmother for making the Korean dish Bibimbap for the primary and elementary students. It was delicious! As we continue our Trek through Asia this month we will be crossing through Tibet to enter India […]

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Elementary News April 2016

Dear Willow families, The Willow Class is excited to welcome our two newest members, a male and a female baby chinchilla! Every day we use a balance scale to weigh the kits. They have each gained about 25 grams so far. We have created a line graph to track their growth. April 13th is Scrabble Day! We are planning a day of Scrabble fun. If you have a Scrabble game, or Scrabble Junior game that […]

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Montessori Toddler News March 2016

Dear Toddler Families, This month we are working on our waiting and watching skills when another friend is using a work that we want to use. We are making progress with our grace and courtesy skills.  This helps build a peaceful community within the classroom. For the month of March we are bringing green paint and green paper into the classroom to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. On Wednesday, March 2nd, we are celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday with […]

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Preschool & Kindergarten News March 2016

Dear Primary Parents and Families, We hope you enjoyed the winter break. Spring seems to be almost here, and we are talking about the change in weather: every day we are putting a weather sticker on our calendar to count sunny, cloudy and rainy days (so far we’ve had three times as many sunny days as other). We started our studies of Asia in February and are learning about its animals and biomes. Asian art and cultural objects are […]

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Montessori Elementary News March 2016

Another yarn bomb has dropped! Check out our latest installation in the playground. Stand under the “pom-pom tree” and you can’t help but smile! Soft balls of bright color bob gently in the breeze, bringing a spot of cheer and early spring. Pom-poms were created and hung by elementary children.  The Willow class is on a voyage through the Asian continent. Students are greatly enjoying the Biomes of Asia materials. These beautifully colored cards introduce […]

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