Primary 2

Primary 2 - March 8, 2019

The Art in Us

The Primary 2 students learned about the work of the Dutch post-Impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh. One of his Sunflower pieces inspired the students to create their own beautiful versions of the work, and they exercised great focus and attention to detail.


Book Lovers

Their silent reading session is an exciting time that the Primary 2 students always look forward to. This time helps the students to improve their reading skills, and non-readers aspire to reach same goal! The children have the opportunity to read by themselves in a chosen quiet spot or they may choose to read to a friend or a teacher.

Primary 2 - February 28, 2019

A Montessori Birthday

A second year had her birthday celebration and shared great pictures with her friends. The children made beautiful bracelets afterwards.


Cutting Away!

Cutting is a very popular activity in Primary 2. This promotes fine motor skills and coordination.


Peace Rocks

As part of the 15 years 15 hours project, Primary 2 students expressed their unique creativity by painting their peace rocks.

Non-Nappy Activities - February 28, 2019

South America

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 2 - February 14, 2019

Open Friday

The Primary 2 students were excited to welcome their parents to their classroom for Open Friday.


Me Museum

As part of her Me Museum exhibit, a Primary 2 Kindergartener shared her favorite activities, interests, books and information about her family members with her classmates.


Practical Life Activities

Practical Life is a favorite area in the Primary 2 classroom. This work helps students develop their focus, independence and coordination.


Map Tracing

Primary 2 students traced maps and conducted research about the continents. They found information about native animals, the weather and the main landscapes of the continents.

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