Archive for: February, 2017

WHEATON MONTESSORI SCHOOL NEWS

A Teacher’s Scientific Observation of the Montessori Classroom

The Montessori Classroom: It’s All Science! When I started my AMI Montessori training, I wasn’t quite prepared for […]

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Come Observe What We Do – And Why

Student and Teacher Interactions as an Indicator of Success This article from the “Child and Family Blog” focuses […]

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A Note to Parents From Ms. Lingo

Dear WMS families, As we settle in to our new office space, the staff and I continue to […]

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A Father’s Experience with Elementary Going-Outs

“Going-Out” – The World is the Classroom   An integral part of the elementary program is the opportunity for […]

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What Do We Do All Day?

When the Upper El is Away, What Does the Lower El Do All Day?

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Pizza Lunch: A Friday Event

Weekly Pizza Lunch – an Event for the Entire School Community Most weeks, a small group of elementary-aged […]

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How to Wake Up Adolescents

An Easy Way to Get Your Teenager to Face the Day Step One: Fly to Key Largo Step […]

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Citizenship Celebration at Wheaton Montessori School!

A Preschooler’s Remarks on Mrs. Rivera’s Citizenship Celebration Last Monday, Mrs. Rivera, one of our long-time teaching assistants […]

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The Jr. High’s Classroom for the Day: Florida Bay

Florida Bay: Exploring the Ecosystem John-Marc Bilezikian, the director of our Jr. High program, sent these pictures early […]

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Welcome to Our New Preschool Classrooms!

We’ve Moved – to Our New Preschool Classrooms On Friday, our Upper Elementary students helped Mrs. Rogers, Ms. […]

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Notable Children’s Books – Continued

This post is the second in a three-part series, which cites the Association for Library Services for Children’s […]

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Notable Children’s Books

Book Recommendations – A Topic We All Love to Discuss Our students and parents consistently ask, “What are […]

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Mrs. Carrillo’s Favorite Quote about Childhood

Childhood: “I Already Am” Mrs. Carrillo, who will be teaching our fourth preschool class, has always loved this […]

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Things Montessori Kids Say

“Do we have a hacksaw? Or a file that shapes tubing?” – 6th graders “Can we go buy […]

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Montessori Education in “Real Life”: Office Planning Edition

Montessori in “Real Life:” Planning an Office Space With the opening of our new building, we have quite […]

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