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WHEATON MONTESSORI SCHOOL NEWS

Please Join us for Coffee and CommuniTEA

Tomorrow is our first “CommuniTEA” of the school year!  Please join us on Tuesday, October 23rd at 8:15 […]

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Sensorial Lessons: A CommuniTEA Recap

In December, Christine Carrillo hosted a CommuniTEA discussion with parents that focused on the Practical Life and Sensorial […]

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Practical Life: A CommuniTEA Recap

  At the December CommuniTEA, Mrs. Carrillo spoke about the Practical Life and Sensorial Materials in our classrooms.  […]

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CommuniTEA: Why Wait?

Why Wait?  Jennifer Rogers tells us why…   Please join Jennifer Rogers as she discusses her upcoming publication, […]

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Ms. Chiste Recommends Reading for Fun – Not an Assignment

Book Recommendation from Ms. Chiste: Returning to Reading for Enjoyment   At a CommuniTEA earlier this year, Ms. […]

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CommuniTEA: The Rights of the Reader

CommuniTEA Discussion: Storytelling and “The Rights of the Reader”   This morning, Ms. Chiste held an open discussion […]

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“How Children Succeed” – Upcoming Event Preview

Book Discussion: Paul Tough’s “How Children Succeed” On Wednesday, January 11th, we will be hosting a discussion that […]

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Discussion: Engaging Reluctant and Early Readers

CommuniTEA Discussion on Engaging Reluctant Readers   The Wheaton Montessori School’s “CommuniTEA” discussion series will continue on December […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Failure Tolerance – Helping Your Child Grow

Mrs. Fortun recently spoke to parents on an idea put forth by Alison Gopnik in “The Gardener and […]

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