Lower Elementary South

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Happy Friday, Our classroom has been enjoying an exploration of poetry on our word study shelf along with digging deeper into the geography study of Africa. Our botany study has grown from seeds to flowers. We have come to that time of year when its time to review. We have mixed math practice available for...
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We continue to be amazed at how these students keep working and growing into strong learners and leaders. Have a blessed weekend, Miss Mary and Miss Jennifer
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Have a blessed weekend!  Enjoy the weather. Miss Jennifer and Miss Mary
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For this week we thought we would discuss a small but very important area in our classroom, the Peace Corner. We have set aside this small part of our room and created a peaceful place.  We have decorated the area, and we use it for reflection, recharging, letting go of worries or stress, and to...
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On Thursday morning, we ventured to Fremont, Ohio to tour the museum and grounds of the Rutherford B. Hayes Memorial.  We had a wonderful time learning about our 19th President.  We learned about Albert Bierstadt: an artist who was a friend of President Hayes and his wife Lucy.  He worked quite a bit with symmetrical...
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The pin maps have been introduced to the third year students. This is a geography work that allows students to locate states, cities, countries, capitals, land and water forms. The students are really taking an interest in discovering the specific areas on the maps. This work offers a great practice of organization, focus and patience....
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We have had a boot-scootin’ good time this week. The whole school seemed to really enjoy Montessori Education Week with the Wild West theme.  This week our 3rd year students spent a morning with the upper elementary class to experience life as a 4th year. If you have any questions about this experience, please ask....
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