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Black Cherry

Kyla Reams

Kyla Reams

Cory Hall

Cory Hall

Black Cherry Room is a Children’s House classroom on the Toledo Campus. Cory Hall and Kyla Reams are the classroom’s co-teachers.

 

Thursday, Sept. 4 • 8:30 a.m. and 3:45 p.m.

pink towerMontessori education is designed to maximize development of your young child’s brain power. How? Join Head of School, Lynn Fisher, at September’s First Thursday as she unlocks the secrets of how an authentic Montessori program works. Little House & Children’s House parents are invited to attend this monthly program held at the Toledo Campus. This month’s event is Thursday, Sept. 4, from 8:30-9:30 a.m. and again from 3:45-4:45 p.m. Come and discover your child’s super powers!

First Thursday is a monthly parent education program presented by West Side Montessori faculty. Any family is welcome to attend! First Thursdays are opportunities for parents in our community to learn more about Montessori through the eyes of children, teachers, and other Montessori parents. Make plans to come, meet other parents, and learn more about the Montessori method.

Learn more about Little House and Children’s House through West Side Montessori’s First Thursday event at the Toledo Campus. It is a monthly parent education program that discusses a different topic each month. Plan to attend one or more of the following 2014-15 dates:

Sept. 4
Montessori 101 with Head of School Lynn Fisher

Oct. 2
Beyond the Continent Song:
Understanding Montessori’s Approach to Geography

Nov. 6
Toy Shopping Tips:
Pick the Perfect Toys for Your Child

Dec. 4
Handwriting Without Tears

January
No First Thursday

Feb. 5
Tears and Tantrums

March 5
Unchildproof Your Home

April 2
Montessori Math

May 7
Ask a Teacher
Answers to Your Toddler Conundrums

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Black Cherry Students have been adding new bones to their vocabulary each day during circle time. Today students had the chance to “Name That Bone” during our circle time gathering. Thank you to our 6 year old student volunteer, students were able to place the name of the bone to an “actual” human body. IMG_3894

Black Cherry students participated in a “hands” on experiment, answering the question “why do we have so many bones in our hands”? The students tried out what it would be like to have only one bone per finger. We taped large “popsicle like” sticks to each finger. Then we had the students try to pick up objects on the table. The students agreed, that it’s MUCH easier having several small bones instead of one finger bone. IMG_3934