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  We started the week off talking about Veterans Day. We read a story, had a moment of silence, and sent happy thoughts to all our veterans past and present. Both classrooms continued working with care of the environment works including folding washcloths, rolling socks, napkin rolling and silverware sorting. All skills that they can...
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The materials in the geometry curriculum are uniquely designed and  demonstrate the spiraling curriculum. Students in the early years experience the materials through the senses.  The older students use these same materials and develop the formulas for these materials. For example, the students work with the largest brown prism in pre-K and then find the...
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Mustang Cafe is proud to announce that our new coffee cart is up and functional. We made it ourselves and are excited that you can see us in action, using something that we built. We also would like to announce that next Wednesday (November 20th) is National Absurdity Day! In addition to what we normally...
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Prior to this week students learned about the angle and the parts of the angle. To expand on the topic of the angle, students this week had a geometry lesson introducing the five principle angles. Students learned about acute, obtuse, whole, straight, and right angles. After being given this lesson, children were able to form...
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Prior to this week students learned about the angle and the parts of the angle. To expand on the topic of the angle, students this week had a geometry lesson introducing the five principle angles. Students learned about acute, obtuse, whole, straight, and right angles. After being given this lesson, children were able to form...
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Movement! Movement! Movement! We were not meant to sit still! Toddlers learn through movement. Children of this age are learning balance, coordination and are refining their gross motor skills. Dr. Montessori knew that movement is an essential factor in the physical and intellectual growth of children. Our toddler classroom offers many choices for movement! Children...
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Highlights from this week included: Listened to American Colonial and South Asian music for a Practical Life option (we are studying both topics in our culture work) Wrote poems about what we are thankful for Constructing their own virus models
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We started the week off talking about Veterans Day. We read a story, had a moment of silence, and sent happy thoughts to all our veterans past and present. Both classrooms continued working with care of the environment works including folding washcloths, rolling socks, napkin rolling and silverware sorting. All skills that they can help...
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  This week we were doing history, camp stories, and also typing.  In our history simulation we are establishing a government for our colony by choosing who is going to be the governor and trader, the mapper and also an auditor. We added all the food units together and we were drawing weather cards. Yesterday...
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This week’s highlights have included:   Many lessons on fractions Each history group settling into their new home (America) during our simulation Studying viruses  
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