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WHEATON MONTESSORI SCHOOL NEWS

The Season of Giving

Dear Wheaton Montessori School Community, Periodically, AMI-USA sends a team of consultants to audit our fidelity to authentic […]

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Meanwhile, at Wheaton Montessori School

Headline:  Surgery Students Losing Dexterity to Stitch Patients Meanwhile, at WMS:   From Mrs. Fortun: These were all […]

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Kindling the Flame

“Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.” – Socrates   Maria Montessori’s […]

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Sharing a Book

“Sharing education, sharing a book… that’s what changes the world.” – Brad Meltzer

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A Review of Your Favorites…

These are a few of the most-read blog posts from the last 6 months.  Which one do you […]

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The Keys to Handwriting Success

This is not a news flash: Handwriting instruction is disappearing in schools across the United States.   You’ve […]

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The Pink Tower

  Every child loves to play with blocks.  Building, knocking down, and building again.  Balancing cubes as high […]

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Parent Observations Open October 2nd

Parent Observations: Please Schedule Your Observation Time! Our classrooms are settling in from the buzzing excitement of Back-to-School […]

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Reading with Friends

Reading – individually, with a friend, or as part of an all-class activity, is a part of every […]

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New Friends

We have another new friend at Summer Camp today!  And depending on timing, we may have TWO!   […]

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Siblings Working Together

This week in Primary the theme for Summer Camp is “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.”  All things transportation are […]

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A Quality Early Childhood Program CAN…

While preschool and early childhood programs can’t substitute for time spend with parents, an early childhood program can […]

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Art in Nature

During recess today, Ms. Chiste and the Primary campers used the natural world around them to create beautiful […]

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Spontaneous Observers of Nature

“A child, more than anyone else, is a spontaneous observer of nature” – Maria Montessori   “A child, […]

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Morgan’s New Lesson

Morgan, a three-year-old in Mrs. Rogers’s classroom, had an iconic Montessori lesson today: The Moveable Alphabet.   After […]

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