Archive for: October, 2017
Education through Physical Work
Education through Physical Work: Manipulation of Materials Dr. Maria Montessori regarded the hands as the tool of […]
Finding Good Books for Children
Finding a “Good Read” for Your Child At the elementary open house the classroom teachers discussed the […]
Preschoolers Wanted for Fall Session II at Wheaton Montessori School
Wheaton Montessori School: Preschool Fall Session II Students ages 2 through 4-years-old are invited to join us […]
When an Astronaut Wants to Sew
Follow the Child: The Sewing Astronaut When a child is interested in space and the universe around […]
Annual Halloween Parade at Wheaton Montessori School
Wheaton Montessori will celebrate its annual Halloween Parade on Tuesday, October 31, 2017. Students will arrive at school […]
Food Work – A Tasty Approach to Practical Life
Food Work: The Tasty Side of Practical Life Lessons From Mrs. Mayhugh Does your child love the […]
Wheaton Montessori Parent Teacher Conferences: A Unique Approach Parent Teacher Conferences at Wheaton Montessori School are […]
A Visit to the Field Museum
Mrs. Schneider, our resident Reading Specialist and fellow Wheaton Montessori School Parent recently took her daughter to visit […]
A Moment of Beauty in Frustration
Each week during our Staff Meeting, each teacher relays a particular moment (or moments) that exemplify how education […]
Creating a Community of Teachers at Wheaton Montessori
Student Teachers at Wheaton Montessori School This week, we have the honor of hosting Mrs. Sharp, a student […]
Technology in the Classroom
Technology in the Classrooms Dr. John-Marc Bilezikian, Adolescent Program Director. A question that I am often asked […]
Parent Discovery Night: A Recap
Strong Children: Strong World Geography as an Essential Area of Education The emphasis on geography in Montessori […]
Local Honey and Handmade Soaps for Sale
Local Honey for Sale at Parent Discovery Night About our honey: WMS Honey is not pasteurized and is […]
Intellectually Challenged. Socially Supported.
What do you want for your child? At Wheaton Montessori School, our mixed-aged environments allow your child to […]
Parenting a Strong-Willed Child
Article Recommendation: Parenting a Strong-Willed Child Ms. Lingo recently read this article by Dr. Laura Markham on parenting a […]
Noon dismissal for Morning and School Day students.
School Day PLUS (7:30 – 5:30) only regular hours.
Childcare provided during scheduled conference time.