You will notice that starting with this one, the update posts are being scaled back. Our goal was to provide a more detailed glimpse into the DVMS Montessori environments to see what your children are up to, learn a little bit more about Montessori materials, how they’re used, and their purpose, and to create a collection of posts that can be combined to offer the general public an idea of what Montessori is and how it works.
Look for some new features coming to your monthly “Events and Information” newsletter.
Read on to see what’s been going on in Casa East lately.
We absolutely love this photo. She’s so proud of her work and effort.
Casa Montessori Practical Life jobs teach responsibility, independence, life skills, and involve following a specific order of progress to succeed.
Casa East is always a hive of Montessori activity. Project and polishing work are underway here.
Casa East’s classroom pet guinea pig give children the opportunity to experience and care for animal life, and to share some lovely moments with friends.
Casa East Montessori guide Elizabeth and a friend congratulating each other on a reading job well done.
Elizabeth and another young friend are working with the Montessori Knobless Cylinders material, which introduces children to visual discrimination, self-control, and they can be used for a variety of activities.
Making a Cord is a Montessori Casa job that requires following steps, and a good deal of concentration. This is a long one!