Montessori at Home
As we work to support our families during this world crisis our dedicated staff continue to give our families the communication, content and learning materials needed to ensure that children have a seamless Montessori education transition at home.
It has been great to see and hear how things are going as we continue this remote learning experience. Please keep sharing pictures and ideas with us!
On the right, Toddler student, Lucas, explores a rainbow colored sensory box made with colored rice, and Skylar works at home, matching animals with flash cards.
Ajeer is keeping busy at home: Rinsing lentils to help prepare dinner; Sharpening old crayons and melting the shavings to make new crayons; Cutting with scissors; Slicing his apples for snack; and washing his stuffed animals.
Lila and Vinay have been keeping busy!
Primary student, Logan, works at his desk on handwriting and learning the color wheel. Dean collects flowers outdoors, a familiar activity from the classroom where he loves the flower arranging work.
Montessori Math: Here is a picture of Anishka fetching. She used blocks to represent the thousands, hundreds, tens and units. Teagan and Sage take the classroom outside on a beautiful day.
In the videos Toddler student, TJ, shares some special time with Mom working with Playdoh and making a volcano! .