Dear Parents, Welcome to our ‘Week in Photos’ on the QAIS blog. This week has been busy with challenging and meaningful work happening in all areas of the classroom. The cultural area has seen lots of activity, with some of our youngest children creating their own maps using the continent puzzle. It has been wonderful […]
“The land is where our roots are, the children must be taught to feel and live in harmony with the earth”. – Maria Montessori. Dear Peony Families, We welcome you to our new Peony Cottage sharing platform. We are looking forward to connect with you and keep you updated with classroom activities. Springtime is for […]
Arrivals are always entertaining. Children enter into the classroom full of energy, smiling and with many stories to tell. They take off backpacks and coats, change shoes, and place personal belongings in their cubbies. They are all familiarized with this routine and they enjoy chatting with friends and helping each other to get ready. Children are […]
Last week we were reading a book called “The old lady who swallowed leaves” accompanied by a wonderful sensorial bin full of leaves, pumpkins, seeds and other seasonal nuts to explore through our touch and visual senses. Toddlers loved to put their hands into the box and play while learning vocabulary at the same time. […]
This past week we welcomed two new students who are adapting progressively to their new environment and routine. A few tears during these days and lots of guidance for our new students to support their learning of the ground rules and a few more things which will help them become more independent. Our returning students […]
文章如下： by Rosemary Gosse, Montessori Coordinator Your child’s footwear affects learning! This sounds a bit crazy, but let me give you some background so that you can understand why I say this. An essential feature of the Montessori classroom is that children have the freedom to move about and manipulate the objects they are working with. […]
This is a fascinating article about how the child’s brain interprets screen time. It recently appeared in Psychology Today. Screentime Is Making Kids Moody, Crazy and Lazy Victoria L. Dunckley, M.D. Mental Wealth Children or teens who are “revved up” and prone to rages or—alternatively—who are depressed and apathetic have become disturbingly commonplace. Chronically irritable […]
After school activities started for all students this past Tuesday. New to this school year, we have added activities open to early childhood students. They are learning to dance, cook, kick in Tae Kwon Do, and draw language thoughtfully in calligraphy.