Celebrating Montessori Birthdays
This week the Primary 1 students were happy to celebrate the birthdays of some of their classroom friends.
The Primary 1 students continued to get to know their friends and their favorite things through the Me Museum exhibits of their classmates.
The Primary 1 class was excited to learn different facts about Antarctica and the animals that live there. They enjoyed sensorial experiences related to cold, such as feeling ice cubes and putting their hands in cold water. They also worked with animal figures and created their own penguin figures using different materials.
Further Australia Studies
This week the Primary 1 students learned about the continent of Australia. It is the smallest continent and has a wide variety of endemic animals. The students made their own finger puppets of some of the native Australian animals.
Two Primary 1 friends were happy to share their birthday celebrations with their classmates.
As part of their 15 Years, 15 Hours project, the Primary 1 students were happy to paint friendship rocks and give them to someone special in their neighborhood.
A Primary 1 student presented her Me Museum to her fellow classmates. She shared some pictures of her family, trips, hobbies and her favorite book.
Children enjoyed engaging in new activities, practicing new lessons across the areas and working with their favorite materials.
15 Years, 15 Hours
As part of our 15 acts of kindness, children in Primary 1 helped the Liberty Humane Society by creating posters to help promote animals available for adoption.
This week the non- napper students were introduced to the continent of South America. They learned about the Inca Empire: their knotted strings for record keeping, language, agricultural innovations and postal system. All of these amazing creations existed even when they lacked many resources. Students enjoyed coloring their own Inca mask.
Primary 1 students enjoyed making special cards for their loved ones for Valentine’s Day. Young students used push-pins and colors while older friends practiced their sewing skills.
Primary 1 students enjoyed learning about the continent of Australia. They were excited to recreate their own Aboriginal art and make didgeridoos.
15 Years, 15 hours
As part of WFM’s 15 Years, 15 Hours project, Kindergarteners enjoy visiting Toddler classrooms to work with their younger schoolmates.
Primary 1 students and parents had fun working together during Open Friday.
Happy Valentines Day
The Primary 1 students celebrated Valentines Day. Students expressed the importance of being nice to each other and demonstrating our love through kind actions. Then they enjoyed creating their own Valentine mobile.