Montessori at Home
Thank you for all the photos and videos – Please keep sharing! It is a great to stay connected with pictures and video as we continue this remote learning experience.
Lila made guacamole from the recipe Señora Perez shared! Her family thought it was delicious!
Below: Eva had to wait for the avocados to ripen, but finally it was time to make the guacamole! It received a thumbs up!
Mila does the Cookie Excavation work, part of the Africa unit in her Primary class, and creates a soccer board with her sister and father – all the soccer players are female!
Primary students Betty and Stella share their treasures with their Rose Room friends at morning circle.
Sagey paints a birdhouse during work time with her class on Zoom and Teagan makes one too. She has been learning a lot about birds and is very interested in how they hatch and grow.
Toddler student Skylar does tree art work using the learning resources provided by the teachers.
Primary 3rd year student Camille writes and illustrates a story and reads The Little Prince with Ms. Sabuhi during her weekly video call.
Faraz completes the Short Bead Stair and conducts a color mixing experiment with water colors.
Below: Louis is busy with Math work, cutting with scissors and color work.
Skylar does color mixing work and gets some help from sister Brooke making her soccer artwork, part of Primary Europe geography studies.
Zarah and Nicky are enjoying doing physical activities outdoors, making breakfast, and leaving inspirational messages for the community.
Vincent does a science experiment on Gravity.
Upper Elementary students were treated with a surprise guest when Mrs. Christiano, their Lower Elementary teacher, joined them for their morning meeting! In support of our efforts to maintain continuity with our year-long Read Aloud program, and in keeping with this week’s theme of responsibility, Mrs. Christiano read Emmanuel’s Dream: The True Story of Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah by Laurie Ann Thompson.
TJ’s mom read “Rosie’s walk” during morning zoom class in the Cardinal Room.