May 22, 2020

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As we near the end of the school year, Early Childhood continued Montessori lessons focusing on preparing for the closing of our classroom communities.  We demonstrated a culminating Practical Life project, bread making!  It was wonderful to see families’ pictures of completing this work at home.  Additionally, chair scrubbing and wood polishing lessons were presented...
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Students continue their study of graphing by using the coordinate plane to find the area of figures that have an irregular shape. Folklore states that  Rene Descartes developed the idea of a coordinate plane while lying in bed one morning. There was a fly on the ceiling and he wondered how he could describe to...
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We cannot believe the school year is almost over!  We still have a couple of “Theme Day” activities planned before we say goodbye to our friends for the summer.  From Lego Day to Talent Day, there is always excitement and anticipation for this fun-filled week.  A letter of these special days was sent via email...
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The Pink Tower is a traditional Montessori Sensorial work. Through exploration of the pink tower, children begin to understand sequence and order, largest to smallest. Children learn counting from one to ten, from the smallest cube to the largest. The Pink Tower also helps children with visual discrimination. This year several of our toddlers mastered...
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We cannot believe the school year is almost over!  We still have a couple of “Theme Day” activities planned before we say goodbye to our friends for the summer.  From Lego Day to Talent Day, there is always excitement and anticipation for this fun-filled week.  A letter of these special days was sent via email...
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Students continue their study of graphing by using the coordinate plane to find the area of figures that have an irregular shape. Folklore states that  Rene Descartes developed the idea of a coordinate plane while lying in bed one morning. There was a fly on the ceiling and he wondered how he could describe to...
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As we near the end of the school year, Early Childhood continued Montessori lessons focusing on preparing for the closing of our classroom communities.  We demonstrated a culminating Practical Life project, bread making!  It was wonderful to see families’ pictures of completing this work at home.  Additionally, chair scrubbing and wood polishing lessons were presented in...
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