Archive for: November, 2016
Discussion: Engaging Reluctant and Early Readers
CommuniTEA Discussion on Engaging Reluctant Readers The Wheaton Montessori School’s “CommuniTEA” discussion series will continue on December […]
What’s the Point of Practical Life Exercises in the Classroom?
Through Practical Life activities, children acquire many daily living skills. They prepare food, fasten their clothing, and take […]
Please plan on joining us for one of our December Open Houses! We will be hosting interested […]
A Thankful Heart
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Wheaton Montessori School! “I am thankful for: Candy Canes […]
Question: What do Julia Child, Dakota Fanning, Yo Yo Ma, and “The Sims” have in common?
Answer: A Montessori Education The Montessori educational philosophy is one that brings out the curiosity, interest, drive, […]
No, Things Don’t Always Go Well…
At our most recent CommuniTEA with parents, Mrs. Berdick discussed the “power of words” that we use when […]
Questions-and-Answers with Dr. Bilezekian
CommuniTEA – Tuesday November 15 Don’t miss your chance for a “Fireside Chat” with John-Marc! Cafe K’Tizo, 8:15am […]
The Joy in Exploring a New Lesson
It’s easy for our teachers to see that your children love learning and exploring. While getting a new […]
“Going Out” – Experiencing the World First-Hand
Montessori education is very much about letting children experience the wonders of the world in which we live. The […]
Ten Things Your Two-Year-Old Can Do
Raising capable, independent, and confident adults does not begin when your child is an adult. Raising a capable, […]
Cubs Win! Cubs Win!
The baseball enthusiasts in our Elementary Program are ecstatic – and exhausted! – after last night’s Game 7. […]
“Who You Gonna Call?”
We love this picture! We love that three girls in our elementary program (who dig science as much […]
Be the Gardener, Not the Carpenter.
Many months, we’re able to host a “Coffee and CommuniTEA” with our parents at a local coffee and […]
All families are invited to the Elementary’s Work Expo.
Stop in and see what these students have been working on so far this year!