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Finding Good Books for Children

Finding a “Good Read” for Your Child   At the elementary open house the classroom teachers discussed the […]

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Junior High Seminar: “Firsts: Women Who Are Changing the World”

“Firsts: Women Who Are Changing The World” On Friday mornings, our Junior High students conducts its weekly seminar. […]

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Audiobooks: Listening is Reading, Too!

Listening is Reading, Too! I will confess, I am one of those people who does not enjoy listening […]

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Five Books Every Parent Should Know

  Five Books Every Parent Should Know “The Rights of the Reader.” ¬†Written by Daniel Pennac and illustrated […]

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We’ve Been Looking for this Book!

Book Exchange Held at Wheaton Montessori School On Monday, June 19th, students and siblings participated in an informal […]

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I’m Tired of Reading the Same Book Over and Over to My Child.

“I just read this. ¬†Can you pick something else please?” Every parent has that *one* book that they’re […]

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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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Wheaton Montessori School – Recommended Reading!

In a recent Facebook post in the “Montessori Madmen” group, members were asked to share some of their […]

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Do You Need Help Having “THE TALK?”

References Book Recommendations for “THE TALK.” Our Upper Elementary students recently took part in a series of lessons […]

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“You Weren’t Bad at Maths” – Article Recommendation

Mrs. Carrillo forwarded this blog post to us with her remarks: “Sounds like Montessori!” The article, written by […]

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The Return of the 1980s!

Sharing 1980s Favorites Leads to Big Winners During our first Grand Opening Celebration, our Auction Committee asked for […]

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Notable Children’s Books – Continued

This post is the second in a three-part series, which cites the Association for Library Services for Children’s […]

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Notable Children’s Books

Book Recommendations – A Topic We All Love to Discuss Our students and parents consistently ask, “What are […]

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Grammar Crimes

The Top Grammar Crimes As explained by our Upper Elementary students. Be sure to look closely at the […]

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Does This Sound Like Someone You Know?

Misunderstood, frustrated, bright, creative – does this sound like someone you know? Dyslexia: Misunderstood Even with the firm […]

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