Marcus tongs plastic cubes in the Toddler Suns classroom. This work develops small motor coordination, prepares the hand for writing, and encourages control of movement and independence.
Kenzee places pictures on the Timeline of Life in the Lower Elementary Oquirrh classroom.
Margaret presents the Checkerboard to Rebeka and Mary.
Bobbi engages with the Long Chains, used for skip counting, squaring and cubing work, in the Lower Elementary Oquirrh classroom.
Rebeka and Corey analyze a square in the Upper Elementary Uinta classroom.
Mindy gives husband, Aaron, a knitting lesson.
Melissa identifies and analyzes the Seven Triangles of Reality.
Jeff researches Land Forms as part of the Lower Elementary Geography curriculum.
Margaret shares a lovely extension of the Pink Tower, a very popular and well recognized piece of Sensorial material which refines visual discrimination, preparing the child for further reading and mathematical work while developing a sense of order, concentration, and control of movement.
Dear 2015 Silent Journey and Discovery Participants,
Our staff would like to express our deep appreciation for you taking the time to learn more about the Montessori curriculum and philosophy with us on Saturday. We hope that the experience was meaningful and that your understanding of our program was made more clear. We invite you to ask additional questions as you see fit and to share your experiences with us via email. This event is meant to give an overview of the entire Montessori curriculum but it would be impossible to share the entire curriculum in four short hours. We hope that your observations in the classroom, your participation at additional MCS Parent Education events, and the conversations you have with your child about school will also shed light on the experience we are working to offer our students.
Thank you for your time and efforts.
MCS Administration and Staff