What’s Happening Right Now…

Venessa’s Primary: A new student explores the shell washing work and discusses the beach out loud. Two students work on the 100 board for the first time as a team and are excited! A lesson on an experiment with water, volume, and sound is given “this cup with more water sounds louder than this cup!” Another student works on a jellyfish made of buttons, white glue and string for its tentacles.

Elementary and Middle School: Students collaborate at their first summer meeting. “Let’s go over playground safety”. Students write a list of Summer Book-Club ideas, summer plans are shaping up! On the playground, everyone gets serious about four-square. All come into agreement about rules and the role of the ever important referee!

Amanda’s Primary:  The students gather on the carpet to sing the Firetruck Song! The room fills with the sounds of bells, whistles and horns. On the playground students cool off with some refreshing mists from the water hose. A student brings in a rock for show and tell. The students study and discuss the texture, shape and color of the rock. They conclude that its shape is similar to an eclipse or maybe an oval….

Infant:  Two infants sit on the floor, one on their own and one with a bit of support from a guide.  The children chew happily on their teethers and listen intently to a favorite story from Mother Goose.  One child leans forward a bit, unintentionally putting their head very close to their friend’s mouth.  The friend leans forward and places a giant, sweet, gentle smooch on the nearly bald head.

Toddler: A child takes a few timid steps on to the playground until they’re underneath the sun shade.  The child emerges on the other side and touches their newly wet hair.   The sprinklers are on!  The rest of the class runs forward and soon everyone is cool and wet.  A child picks up a metal bowl and stands completely still.   After a moment, the child lifts the bowl over their head and dumps the collected water out over their own head. Cool!

Calendar Updates: (Please visit Central Montessori’s Facebook page and check the website for a downloadable calendar) http://centralmontessori.com/calendar/

July 14th- August 25th (Thursdays) 4:30-5:30 Chess Club summer session. Contact JaVonne Bowles at legacychess@gmail.com if you would like to register your child.

July 15th Market Day! Check for flyer to be sent home on Monday.

July 19th –Service Club 5:00. This will be the last meeting for this session.

July 22nd- 5:30 Peace Walk from Chimborazo Park to Jefferson Park. Additional details will be sent out next week.

 


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