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WHEATON MONTESSORI SCHOOL NEWS

Book Recommendations for Black History Month

February is Black History Month It’s never too early to begin teaching our children about black history.  One […]

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Lunchtime Language

“Gross!  What are you EATING?”   “Ugh.  Peppers?  I would NEVER eat that.”  “Peanut butter-banana-salami-raisin-on-rice cakes? I don’t want […]

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Library Scavenger Hunts and Role Reversals

From Dr. Bilezikian …and the library scavenger hunt is done. No fun pictures here, library decorum was observed. […]

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Foundations of Respectful Relationships

In an authentic Montessori mixed-aged classroom, students will spend several years with the same core group of students.  […]

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An Emphasis on Self-Advocacy

One of the biggest areas of focus at Wheaton Montessori School is that of self-advocacy in our students, […]

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Knitting for a Cause: Little Hats, Big Hearts

Little Hats, Big Hearts Students in the Elementary class joined volunteers across the country, knitting more than two […]

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How Will You Keep the Dream Alive?

How Will You Keep Dr. King’s Dream Alive?   In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, every […]

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Wheaton Montessori Elementary Class: Parent Observations

An Elementary Parent’s Thoughts on the Elementary Classroom   This year during classroom observations, we’re giving parents a […]

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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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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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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 […]

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Welcoming Our Friends Back to School

Preparing for Returning Students Especially during Staff Week, the needs of our community are at the forefront of […]

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