Category: Elementary Program

WHEATON MONTESSORI SCHOOL NEWS

Introducing the Newest Pupil: Daisy!

A Sad and Sudden Goodbye to Our Beloved Olive It was heartbreaking for us to have to share […]

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Working Right up to Vacation – With No End in Sight!

The two first grade students have been working diligently on their shark research right up to now (the […]

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Geometry Meets Art

Elementary Geometry Lessons Build Upon Experiences in Primary   Several Early Elementary students borrowed primary material for superimposed […]

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Live Animal Drawing: After-School Art with Mrs. Mitten

Betsy Mitten Studios, Elementary Students, and Bats! At Wheaton Montessori School, we’re very lucky to have a wide […]

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Montessori Macarons?

In the Elementary classroom, students find new and tasty ways to delve deeper into areas of interest.  These […]

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I had trouble sleeping the night before my daughter started first grade.

From Catherine Penney, Elementary Assistant Emeritus.  Mrs. Penney was an assistant in our Early Elementary class for the […]

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CommuniTEA Recap: FAQs about Travel

Mrs. Mayhugh recently hosted a CommuniTEA, a monthly event in which teachers and staff present a topic for […]

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Ranking Friends

Have you heard your child ranking friends lately? Or do you remember ranking friends when you were a […]

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Why Do We Travel?

Each year, fourth grade students at Wheaton Montessori School participate in their first “big trip” with their fifth […]

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For Parents: A Pizza Lunch Primer

From Mrs. Penney, WMS Parent and Elementary Classroom Assistant (Emeritus)    Pizza Lunch Primer   Next Thursday, our […]

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The Great Lessons Are Pretty Great

… But you don’t have to take our word for it!  Take it from Gavin, a new Elementary […]

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Under the Sea Week

The Summer Camp theme this week for Elementary and Primary Camps is “Under the Sea.”  This is always […]

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Architecture Week: Cardboard Forts and Walking Tours

Do you remember the joy of acquiring an enormous cardboard box when you were young?  You would climb […]

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Should We Be Teaching Computer Coding?

Technology in the classroom is a polarizing topic in education right now.  On tours with prospective preschool parents, […]

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Elementary Camping Trip to Springfield and Cahokia

  When we originally posted this picture on Facebook, we had a really great comment posted by Eric […]

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