Blog

  1. Montessori Work Cycle

    The Montessori Work Cycle is the three hour work period all Primary and Elementary Classes observe in Montessori Schools. Our toddler class alters the length of the work cycle to accommodate the needs of our younger students. The morning work cycle in our toddler classroom is generally two to two and a half hours. It… Continue Reading »
  2. Do you Montessori at Home?

    “We must give the child an environment that he can utilize by himself: a little washstand of his own, a bureau with drawers he can open, objects of common use that he can operate, a small bed in which he can sleep at night under an attractive blanket he can fold and spread by himself…. Continue Reading »
  3. Ms. Kelly & Ms. Shree’s Primary Classroom Blog

    Welcome to autumn! During the month of October, we jumped into learning about the difference in nocturnal and diurnal animals, as well as journeyed into the continent of South America. Our annual Tate Farms pumpkin patch field trip was a blast. We certainly were blessed with beautiful weather. A big thank you to everyone for… Continue Reading »
  4. Elementary II Blogpost

    The 2nd – 4th grade students had a wonderful time creating spooky spider paintings this week. We would like to thank Ms. Sharon (Ian’s mom) for sharing her talent and this special project with us, and Ms. Olga (Vincent’s mom) for helping. Also, we are currently working on our class art project for the auction… Continue Reading »
  5. Music News

    The music program is in full swing now, and all the classes are making super progress! I’m delighted with every one of our 8 groups! Toddlers are beginning to sing along with me, which is pretty early in the school year for that to happen; usually I sing solo for about a semester. They’re doing… Continue Reading »