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WHEATON MONTESSORI SCHOOL NEWS

Early Elementary Reading Recommendation

From Mrs. Schneider:   I have recently discovered a great series called the Heartwood Hotel by Kallie George. […]

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Ten Fantastic Fall Books

Every month we like to share a book list with parents; this month we’re suggesting a few more […]

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Sharing a Book

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

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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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Wheaton Montessori Free Library: Encouraging Readers World-Wide

Wheaton Montessori’s Free Library: Encouraging Readers in Wheaton and Ghana!   At the top of our stairwell in […]

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Summer Reading List

Summer is quickly approaching… This may mean the end of school for the year but that shouldn’t mean […]

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A Book List for Parents

Each month we share a book list.  Typically these lists aim to give parents a list of books […]

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How to Make Reading Fun!

Mrs. Schneider joined our staff this year as our “Reading Specialist” on the Elementary Team.  She helps students […]

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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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Book List: April is National Poetry Month

We work hard to give kids a chance to read both fiction and nonfiction, but let’s not forget […]

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March is Women’s History Month

This month we bring you a book list that will help families celebrate women’s history.  These are powerful […]

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Scholastic Book Fair Update: BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS!

Scholastic Book Fair: Sharing the Love of Reading With all of the book lovers in our school, it’s […]

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Reading Together: Be the Bear

Mrs. Carrillo’s classroom has been spending quite a bit of their reading time reading about bears.  We love […]

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Book Recommendations for February: 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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“How to Talk so Kids Will Listen: A 3-Part Series with Mrs. Fortun

Tracy Fortun, our Lower Elementary teacher, is offering a 3-part series on “How to Talk so Kids Will […]

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