Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary

Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary

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If you have children's books that you want to exchange, post them on or exchange page!
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Nos Fortalesa Montessori Primary serves children ages 3-6, we are a private Montessori school and we are part of the Nos Fortalesa Montessori School Aruba.

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30/05/2021

DO YOU KNOW THE SIGNS OF SLOW PROCESSING?

If your child struggles with processing information, homework, lacks focus with reading, and needs extra time to make decisions, they may have trouble with processing speed. Here are additional signs...

https://ilslearningcorner.com/2016-09-processing-speed-slow-processing-speed-makes-simple-tasks-daunting-kids/?fbclid=IwAR2T4bORwfFhTMeEg6BY1dQVEDa172LucAgyub7WZS8SPVfqJFKFglQ2l

28/05/2021

We have been receiving a lot of emails, calls and messages from families asking for availability at our schools. We would love to thank you all for showing interest in our school and in Montessori as an alternative method of education.

Unfortunately all our groups and 2 locations are full for next school year (2021-2022). Our waiting list is also quite extensive, nonetheless, we encourage you to email us and request an appointment for September or October 2021. We can then place your child(ren) on our waiting list and/or enroll them for the 2022-2023 school year.

Please visit our website for more information, www.nosfortalesa.org There may be a few changes for the coming school year (regarding the information on our website) but nothing too drastic.

Wishing you all a safe and happy weekend ahead! ❤🤗❤

The NFM Team

#montessorichild #arubamontessori #montessoriforall #alternativeeducation #nosfortalesamontessori #arubaonehappyisland

We have been receiving a lot of emails, calls and messages from families asking for availability at our schools. We would love to thank you all for showing interest in our school and in Montessori as an alternative method of education.

Unfortunately all our groups and 2 locations are full for next school year (2021-2022). Our waiting list is also quite extensive, nonetheless, we encourage you to email us and request an appointment for September or October 2021. We can then place your child(ren) on our waiting list and/or enroll them for the 2022-2023 school year.

Please visit our website for more information, www.nosfortalesa.org There may be a few changes for the coming school year (regarding the information on our website) but nothing too drastic.

Wishing you all a safe and happy weekend ahead! ❤🤗❤

The NFM Team

#montessorichild #arubamontessori #montessoriforall #alternativeeducation #nosfortalesamontessori #arubaonehappyisland

09/05/2021

Happy Mother’s Day to all Moms, Grandmas, Stepmoms and Foster moms around the world! May your day be filled with joy, happiness and health ♥️🌹♥️

#mothersday2021

Happy Mother’s Day to all Moms, Grandmas, Stepmoms and Foster moms around the world! May your day be filled with joy, happiness and health ♥️🌹♥️

#mothersday2021

29/04/2021

#montessorichild #montessoriaruba #proudmom #lovelearning

22/04/2021

“The land is where our roots are. The children must be taught to feel and live in harmony with the Earth.” ~ Dr. Maria Montessori

Wishing Everyone on Our Planet 🌍 A Happy 🌎 Day 2021!

“The land is where our roots are. The children must be taught to feel and live in harmony with the Earth.” ~ Dr. Maria Montessori

Wishing Everyone on Our Planet 🌍 A Happy 🌎 Day 2021!

21/04/2021

"Gillian is a seven-year-old girl who cannot sit still in school. She continually gets up, gets distracted, flies with thoughts, and doesn't follow lessons. Her teachers worry about her, punish her, scold her, reward the few times that she is attentive, but nothing. Gillian does not know how to sit and cannot be attentive.

When she comes home, her mother punishes her too. So not only does have bad grades and punishment at school, but she also suffers from them at home.

One day, Gillian's mother is called to school. The lady, sad as someone waiting for bad news, takes her hand and goes to the interview room. The teachers speak of illness, of an obvious disorder. Maybe it's hyperactivity or maybe she needs a medication.

During the interview another teacher arrives who knows the little girl. He asks all the adults, mother and colleagues, to follow him into an adjoining room from where she can still be seen. As he leaves, he tells Gillian that they will be back soon and turns on an old radio with music.

As the girl is alone in the room, she immediately gets up and begins to move up and down chasing the music in the air with her feet and her heart. The teacher smiles as the colleagues and the mother look at him between confusion and compassion, as is often done with the old. So he says:

'See? Gillian is not sick, Gillian is a dancer!'

He recommends that her mother take her to a dance class and that her colleagues make her dance from time to time. She attends her first lesson and when she gets home she tells her mother:

'Everyone is like me, no one can sit there!'

In 1981, after a career as a dancer, opening her own dance academy and receiving international recognition for her art, Gillian Lynne became the choreographer of the musical 'Cats.'

Hopefully all 'different' children find adults capable of welcoming them for who they are and not for what they lack.

Long live the differences, the little black sheep and the misunderstood. They are the ones who create beauty in this world." - Run Wild My Child

04/04/2021
18/03/2021

Feliz Dia di Himno y Bandera Aruba #18maart #2021 #Aruba

Feliz Dia di Himno y Bandera Aruba #18maart #2021 #Aruba

17/03/2021

Our school singing the Anthem of Aruba🇦🇼💙 Thank you Edselyn Figaroa for the beautiful musical guidance 🎵

Photos from Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary's post 17/03/2021

Today ‘Nos Fortalesa Montessori’ celebrated ‘Himno y Bandera’ 🇦🇼 💙

08/03/2021

Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, without claiming it, she stands up for all women. ~ Maya Angelou ~

#internationalwomensday2021

Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, without claiming it, she stands up for all women. ~ Maya Angelou ~

#internationalwomensday2021

08/03/2021
Help Our Montessori Community Grow!, organized by Jahaira Pina 16/02/2021

Help Our Montessori Community Grow!, organized by Jahaira Pina

Help Our Montessori Community Grow!, organized by Jahaira Pina Our beloved Nos Fortalesa Montessori School located in Aruba just started its 7th sch… Jahaira Pina needs your support for Help Our Montessori Community Grow!

Photos from Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary's post 14/02/2021

Nos Fortalesa Primary had a lovely Carnavals celebration on Friday! 😍😍

14/02/2021

How Montessori Education Prepares Children For A Life Of Caring

Photos from Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary's post 09/02/2021

Photos from Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary's post

Photos from Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary's post 10/01/2021

We celebrated the end of 2020 with our amazing Team of guides, music and theatre teachers! 2020 has taught us a lot, most importantly, it shows us that we are stronger and more resilient than we think! There is power in unity! Together we stand strong, together we have a strong foundation, which will hold us for many more years to come! #montessoriguidesarethebest #teamwork #staysafe #staystrong #arubamontessori

Wishing all guides and teachers around the World an amazing and very prosperous 2021!

💪🏼🤗💪🏼

07/01/2021

AMI

In 1942, on 6 January Maria Montessori shared the story of San Lorenzo and the first Casa dei Bambini with her students:

“Today is the anniversary of the opening of the first Casa dei Bambini. Quite often people ask if this method is suitable for poor children, so let me share the miraculous way in which all of this came about.

Many years ago Rome was a capital that was rapidly developing, which manifested itself in frenzied building activities. Every small bit of space that could be found was built up for the growing population. One of the few spaces left was bordered on one side by old Roman walls and on the other side by a cemetery. This plot was the last to be built up, possibly because of the superstitions surrounding the dead, for fear of ghosts and also hygienic reasons. One building society decided to take the plunge and they built 5 apartment blocks. It turned out to have been too ambitious a project and the scheme fell through. So what stood were walls, a kind of skeleton buildings without plumbing. It became a hiding place for homeless people; and those who wished to hide found shelter within those walls; even the police was not keen to go into this area as the place became a breeding place for crime and infectious diseases.

This San Lorenzo Quarter was talked of with abhorrence and seen as the shame of Italy. At some stage another bold building society took on the challenge to renovate the buildings and allocated the flats to married couples. There were some 50 young children who lived unsupervised in these buildings, prone to mischief. The solution found was to gather them all in a room during the day and they looked for a gutsy person who would be willing to take on the social problems and work with the children.

I was approached as a medical officer of hygiene to take an interest in this work. Before I could agree I stipulated that certain conditions needed to be met in the way of hygiene, food and sanitation. It was quite fashionable among ladies in society to take an interest in efforts to elevate the people and some of these were prepared to support the project.

Although the lot of the poor was taken seriously, the children had been overlooked. There were no provisions for them, no toys, no teacher, nothing. I managed to find a woman of forty years whose help I asked, and who was willing to take charge of the children.

It was on the 6th January 1907 that this room was inaugurated.”

06/01/2021

Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba Elementary

First day back after the break and felt so good!! For us it is an honor to be (even if it’s small) a part of these children’s lives! ♥️🙏🏼♥️ #firstdaybackaftertheholidays #welcome2021

28/12/2020

Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba Elementary

Wishing you all a Happy and Healthy Week!
Thank you all who have donated so far, we are still a long way from our goal and would highly appreciate your donation/shares/mentions/tags or anything that you think can help our cause.
Thank you once more! ❤
#montessori #montessoriforall

Help Our School Community Grow! Your donation will help keep the start up costs down and therefore also the tuition fees!

No amount is too small or big, and please, share with friends and family! 🥰

26/12/2020
16/12/2020

🥰

The Holiday Season is a Joyful Time! For some it can be a financially difficult time and a time of great worry! 2020 has been a very challenging year, for all of us, especially for the ones who have lost all income and/or have been directly or indirectly affected by the covid19 virus. All who can, should help those in need! We would love to thank @fpnc_aruba for making it possible for families to receive food, clothes and much more. This morning they came and picked up food items that have been donated by our students and their families! We are thankful for our school community and most importantly thankful for our health, food in our bellies, clothes on our backs and roofs over our heads! #fundacionpanoscomunidad #donations #familiesinneed #youarenotalone

14/12/2020

Help Our Montessori Community Grow!, organized by Jahaira Pina

Our beloved Nos Fortalesa Montessori School located in Aruba just started its 7th sch… Jahaira Pina needs your support for Help Our Montessori Community Grow!

09/12/2020

Aahhhh, Welcome December 2020! 🎄☃️

These photos show just a few of the primary students working on different lessons, always eager and happy!

“The first essential for the child’s development is concentration. The child who concentrates is immensely happy.” ~ Maria Montessori

#montessoriaruba, #montessoriprimary

01/12/2020

Help Our Montessori Community Grow!, organized by Jahaira Pina

Our beloved Nos Fortalesa Montessori School located in Aruba just started its 7th sch… Jahaira Pina needs your support for Help Our Montessori Community Grow!

24/11/2020

Our Second Primary Parent Night for this school year was held the first week of November.

Parents got a chance to explore some of the Montessori materials used by their children, the guides went around to show them how to work with the materials, and of course educate them about the purpose of each material! 🥰

[11/20/20]   Wishing all children around the World only the Best in Life! Happy World Children’s Day ❤️🇦🇼❤️

31/10/2020

Happy Halloween 2020!!!!

Yesterday we had a great time celebrating Halloween with our students!!! It is the only day we really enjoy so many treats 👻🍭👻 we did have some amazing healthy versions of Halloween treats though, and those were enjoyed even more than the “not so healthy treats”.

Important is that the children had a blast and we had some great costumes! Can you guess what they all are? 🤡🤖🎃☠️💀👺👽

Wishing you all an amazing Halloween 2020 and a Full Moon 🌕! Stay Safe!

03/10/2020

Fall leaves and fall colors🍁🍂

29/09/2020

Photos from Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary's post

21/09/2020

Each one has to find his peace from within. And peace to be real must be unaffected by outside circumstances. - Mahatma Gandhi

Happy International Peace Day!

03/09/2020

Photos from Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary's post

03/09/2020

Photos from Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba - Primary's post

02/09/2020

AMI

As the Maria Montessori’s 150th Birthday celebrations continue around the world this week we would like to share this beautiful animation video created by an Amsterdam based creator Tali Brettler Oliver💜 #montessori150

31/08/2020

Nos Fortalesa Montessori Aruba Elementary

“The child is endowed with unknown powers, which can guide us to a radiant future. If what we really want is a new world, then education must take as its aim the development of these hidden possibilities.” (Dr. Maria Montessori ~ The Absorbent Mind)

Nos Fortalesa Primary Story

Nos Fortalesa Montessori Primary started in January 2018 as part of the Nos Fortalesa Montessori Elementary family. The mission is to offer children between the ages of 3 and 6 a Montessori education which uses the methods and philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori. The goal is to also educate the community about Montessori and its benefits with the hopes to have a great impact on the future of Aruba.

Video's (alles zien)

Happy Father’s Day 💙
Celebrating International World Peace Day🌎🕯
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Easter egg hunt! 🌸🎉
A little music and play activities outdoors today ☀️ the kids love it!
HAPPY HALLOWEEN 😍🎃❤️ what a wonderful month it has been! Check out our new album of everything we have been up to!
Our beautiful primary program singing our peace song 💚✌🏽 the children loved singing it, so it has become a daily routine...
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Openingstijden

Maandag 07:30 - 15:00
Dinsdag 08:00 - 14:00
Woensdag 08:00 - 14:00
Donderdag 07:30 - 15:00
Vrijdag 08:00 - 13:00