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Archive for: December, 2017

WHEATON MONTESSORI SCHOOL NEWS

The Transition to Traditional School

During our annual Alumni Nights, we know that nearly every parent wants to ask the returning alumni, “How […]

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How To Accept a Gift, According to Preschoolers

Grace and Courtesy lessons are a daily part of your child’s life at Wheaton Montessori School.  It may […]

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An Open Letter to all Wheaton Montessori Families

An Open Letter to the Families of Wheaton Montessori School   Dear Wheaton Montessori School Families,   As […]

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Sewing: More than just button repair.

Sewing Projects: Commanding Attention and Control Sewing in a Montessori classroom is more than just an exercise in […]

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For Our Support Network: Thank You!

Thank You We’d like to thank these early donors for our Annual Giving campaign. We know that our […]

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I’m Not Worried About Your Child Being Potty-Trained

Rebecca Lingo, Head of School at Wheaton Montessori School, shares her thoughts on potty-training requirements for preschool children. […]

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Wheaton Montessori Elementary: What Does it Mean to Be Human?

Life Lessons in the Wheaton Montessori Elementary Class During the elementary years in a Montessori classroom, history is […]

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The Smithsonian, Memes, and Weekly Seminar

Every Friday morning, our Junior High students conduct a Seminar.  One student is responsible for choosing the topic […]

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You’re Invited to the Elementary Class Work Exposition

Elementary Work Expo All families – past, present, and future – are invited to attend the Elementary Classroom’s […]

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Our Decision to Stay: Thoughts on Wheaton Montessori’s Elementary Program

From Mrs. Mayhugh: Many of our newer families may not know that I’ve only been on the Wheaton […]

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Couldn’t Join Us for the Open House?

Did you miss the Winter Preschool Open House?   If you weren’t able to make it tothe Preschool […]

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Fostering Children’s Natural Curiosity and Zest for Learning

In an article for Salon.com, Professor Peter Gray discusses the natural instincts children have to learn, discover, and […]

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What Do You Want For Your Child?

According to research reported by the “Trust for Learning’s Parents as Consumers,” parents of young children have very […]

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Exploring the Wetlands – Thank you for helping us!

Last Saturday our parent community came out in droves to help kick off our Wetlands Restoration project.   These […]

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Your Child Might Be Ready to Start School, Even if You’re Not…

How do I know if my child is ready to start school?   As parents, we’re never quite […]

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