Mother’s Day Crafts
The Primary 3 class created Mother’s Days crafts.
Picture-to-Color Card Matching
In the Primary 3 classroom, Sensorial extensions draw attention to details. The students worked on picture-to-color card matching of three colors, which can be challenging work!
Students were happy to create their own bookmark using different art materials.
Strengthening the Hand
A number of Practical Life activities on the Primary 3 shelves help to strengthen a child’s hand and pincer grip for later work such as cursive writing.
A Primary 3 student shared his Me Museum exhibit with classmates.
The Power of Air
This week the Non-Napper students discovered ways to use air in order to facilitate work, fun, art, electricity and more. The students explored ways to make objects move using air pressure with items such as plastic bags, balloons, straws and juice boxes. The children were excited to see how far objects moved. They also measured the distance the objects traveled.
A class parent shared an Earth Day presentation with the Primary 3 students. As an extension to the book they read and their discussion, they had the opportunity to plant their own seeds!
A Montessori Birthday!
The Primary 3 students celebrated the birthday of a friend!
During their afternoon session, the non-nappers explored different art techniques such as salt painting and marble painting.
As part of their Math curriculum, the students work on number composition with the Golden Beads. They love to create large four-digit numbers and match their corresponding quantities.
Another Primary 3 student presented a Me Museum exhibit to share information with classmates.
The Language area in a Montessori classroom allows flexibility to create special lessons for each child. This student worked on the middle sounds of words.
New Practical Life Activities
Ask your child if he or she tried some of Primary 3’s new Practical Life activities this week!
A Montessori Birthday
The Primary 3 class enjoyed the birthday celebration of a classmate.
A Primary 3 student shared his Me Museum with classmates.