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Infant House 2

Oh my goodness have we had a busy week in Infant 2! It has been a great start to our summer program already! We switched from our spring themed materials to some new summer materials. Earlier this week Ms. Amber planted some plants and we will continue to watch them

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Children’s House 1

This week in CH1 we are working on practicing tracing numbers, letters, and shapes. Simple activities such as tracing lines and shapes, can build strength and coordination between your child fingers, hands, and wrists. The more they practice, the better they’ll become at grasping their writing utensil and controlling movements.

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Toddler House 1

This week in Toddler House 1 we had so much fun kicking off the start of our summer program with gardening! We continued to water and care for the seeds we planted a couple of weeks ago, some are starting to sprout which the toddlers found very exciting! We also

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Toddler House 2

This week in Toddler House 2 we explored gardening! We loved getting to kick off our summer program with the theme of gardening. We enjoyed getting to explore a large sensory bin filled with dirt, fruits, veggies, and shovels. We were able to pretend we were gardeners and dig through

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Infant House 2

This week in Infant House 2 we have been on the move!! We have another friend that started walking this week! Our other two crawlers have been getting very brave with standing and even some bear crawling on their feet and hands! I’m sure it won’t be long until we

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Infant House 1

Hello infant one families! This week we welcomed a new friend into our crew! We introduced a new summer material in our practical life to go along with this warm weather we are having, sunglasses! While introducing them, we practiced autonomy by letting each child pick which pair they wanted

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Children’s House 1

This week in CH1 we are working on our cutting skills.The dynamic motion that comes from cutting activities—specifically, opening and closing scissors along a distinct path—helps them build muscle control, develop eye and hand coordination. This also deepens their tactile spatial awareness and hone their fine-motor movement. We also continue

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Children’s House 1

This week in CH1 we are working on painting skills. Painting in the Montessori classroom is a fun, yet serious experience. To the Montessori teacher, painting for self-expression is the secondary goal. The first goal of painting is practical in nature. For the 3 to 6 year old child, painting

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Toddler House 1

This week in Toddler House 1 we worked on our colored shape sorter! This material helps us with color and shape recognition. It also helps us increase our concentration, fine motor and problem solving skills. This is a very challenging work and at the beginning of the week we required

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Toddler House 2

This week in Toddler House 2 we showed great interest in water transfer work, specifically cup to cup pouring. Water pouring is an important part of our practical life shelf in our classroom. Practicing to pour water from cup to cup helps the children build confidence to perform and accomplish

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How Old Is Your Child?

Infants

6 Wks - 16 Months

Toddlers

16 - 32 months

Preschool

33 months to 6 years

virtual preschool

K - 9 Years

Infants

6 Wks - 16 Months

Toddlers

16 - 32 months

Preschool

33 months to 6 years

Infants

6 Wks - 16 Months

Toddlers

16 - 32 months

Preschool

33 months to 6 years