December 6, 2019

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December! Toddlers are ready for the smell of pine, the holiday festivities and snow! Children are anxiously awaiting for snow to cover the playground. December work has a festive feel as well. Mark your calendars for our Holiday Party on December 20th from 10am to 11:30 am. Please join us for games, crafts and festive...
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  We welcomed the month of December by studying the traditions and customs of Hanukkah.  Creating dreidels, placing candles in menorahs, and painting the Star of David were just a few works explored in the classrooms.  Students studied books about Hanukkah as well, including traditional foods included in some family celebrations. The East class began a...
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Highlights from this week include: -Cooking and enjoying a Thanksgiving Feast with our whole community -Starting interactions with neighboring colonies in our history simulation -Curriculum Night -A special presentation on Southeast Asian Culture which included shadow puppets                                    ...
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We welcomed the month of December by studying the traditions and customs of Hanukkah.  Creating dreidels, placing candles in menorahs, and painting the Star of David were just a few works explored in the classrooms.  Students studied books about Hanukkah as well, including traditional foods included in some family celebrations. The East class began a new...
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  We hope you all had a wonderful and restful break. The students have shared many stories about spending time with family and friends and were ready to come back to share. We are continuing to study The Fundamental Needs of Humans on our history shelf and the biomes on our geography shelf. We continue...
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We hope you all had a wonderful and restful break. The students have shared many stories about spending time with family and friends and were ready to come back to share. We are continuing to study The Fundamental Needs of Humans on our history shelf and the biomes on our geography shelf. We continue our...
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Today at Montessori: Giving Tuesday kicks off our morning with a video telling to get together and help others by: preparing and delivering care packages, volunteering at soup kitchens, volunteering at animal shelters, and Picking up a local park. Next the 5th grade had a botany lesson about acidic levels roots or root hairs have. ...
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The classroom is bustling with activity as we dig into Ecology, studying the Biogeochemical cycles and learning how everything fits together in a global ecosystem. (Shown above: Drawing the Carbon Cycle) We also began studying the travels of Marco Polo, investigating whether he was a world class explorer and writer, or a charlatan. On exhibit:...
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