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Operating as usual
Mornings are tough for everyone, especially Monday mornings. What tips or tricks do you have to help get your family out the door? Inspire us!
May your day be touched
by a bit of Irish luck,
brightened by a song in your heart,
and warmed by the smiles
of the people you love.
Beware the Ides of March! Et tu, Bruté?
Happy Pi Day!
The catastrophe in Japan is sad, and scary. How do you discuss these event with your children, or DO you discuss them?
Join us March 13 for Social Sunday! KidsFair, Gaillard Auditorium (Calhoun St.) - $1 Admission per person, free parking in the auditorium parking lot. Come early, stay later. Meet on the front steps at 1:30pm to enjoy interactive activities together. Be sure to wear your CTM shirts.
Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid."
— Albert Einstein
We look for great ways to share the wisdom of Montessori with "everyone else" all the time. And boy, have we found the coolest stuff. Montesori Greeting Cards! These cards combine our fave Maria Montessori quotes with beautiful images produced by a Montessori teacher. The result is breathtaking.
montessorigreetingcards.com Dr. Montessori's Quotes About My Products Posters Black and White cards Thank You Cards Quote Cards Happy Birthday Cards Thinking of You Cards Peace Cards Economy Cards Congratulations Cards Montessori Educators Cards Positive Discipline Products ecommerce, open source, shop, online shopping
"The needs of mankind are universal. Our means of meeting them creates the richness and diversity of the planet. The Montessori child should come to relish the texture of that diversity." --Maria Montessori
So what will you and your inquisitive Montessori child be doing this weekend?
Join us this evening at 5:00 as Ms. Liz and Ms. Erin present "understanding your child's sensitive periods in development". Especially for our toddler parents.
And Montessori Week continues join us tonight for Ms. Lynn's presentation, "Freedom and responsibility in the elementary classroom."
Remember that tomorrow we have spring pictures for Infants, Toddlers and Elementary. Primary pictures will be taken on Friday. SMILE!
This week we will be celebrating Montessori Week with several Afterschool events. Come by Tuesday at 5 to hear Mrs. Karmelah Speak on "Redefining Success for both you and your child."
Thanks for the reminder, Cindy.
"Don't forget to reserve your yearbook and if you have a business, place an ad!" Have you ordered your yearbook yet?
There is a Parent Association Meeting scheduled for this Thursday afternoon, February 24. In an effort to involve additional parents, the meeting will be held from 5pm - 6pm. The weather is a little warmer, the day a little longer and children can play on the playground while we meet. Light snacks and drinks will be provided.
Montessori classrooms have so many interesting learning tools and supplies that you don't find in a traditional classroom. What is your favorite?
What a wonderful post comparing a Montessori education to a more "traditional" approach and how it is like comparing Apples to Oranges! Please read.
mariamontessori.com Montessori teachers and school administrators often hear versions of the following questions from parents who are wondering how well their children are being academically prepared in Montessori programs: How does the Montessori curriculum compare to traditional curricula? Are Montessori elementary
What a lovely weekend coming up! Will you spend it downtown enjoying the Southeastern Wildlife Expo or sifting toes through fresh sand on the beach?
Did you know about Giovanni's Pizza downtown, Ballet Academy of Charleston, B&B Mechanical services, Vego gas station and convenience store, Eat A Pita, and Alchemy Coffee shop are all owned and operated by CTM parents or relatives! Shop local and support our CTM families.
We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today. ~Stacia Tauscher
Happy Valentine's Day! How does your family celebrate this lovely holiday?
Yearbooks are on sale!! Do you remember your favorite quote or signature from YOUR grade-school yearbook?
Have you been to our website lately? It has all kinds of great information for current AND prospective families! http://www.charlestownemontessori.org/
charlestownemontessori.org Charles Towne Montessori School is an AMI-certified school in Charleston, S.C., that fosters a passion for learning and the development of the whole child by challenging children's intellects, promoting their independence and inspiring curiosity.
We love that our school is just one big family! This weekend is our monthly Parent's Association Social Sunday. We will meet for Bingo at Synagogue Emanu-el at 4:15 pm to save our tables. Will you be joining us?
Discipline must come through liberty. . . . We do not consider an individual disciplined only when he has been rendered as artificially silent as a mute and as immovable as a paralytic. He is an individual annihilated, not disciplined.
Maria Montessori (1870 - 1952)
Are your kids stir crazy yet? Turn off the TV and all the lights and read a book by flashlight. Everyone will have a memorable time!
It's time to let your friends know what a wonderful school we have so that they can get their children registered for next year! Click "Like" if you would recommend Charles Towne Montessori to a friend.
Ever wonder where all that creativity comes from? Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs was also a Montessori kid.
Sickness abounds in Charleston right now, several classes have students out. Please be sure to remind your little ones to wash hands, wash hands, wash hands. And to all our sick families, we miss you and hope you feel better soon!
It is going to be a beautiful weekend! What will you and your child be doing to take advantage of this wonderful weather?
It is not enough for the teacher to love the child. She must first love and understand the universe. She must prepare herself, and truly work at it. -- Maria Montessori
What a wise woman.
Join Ms. Jen, lead Primary guide todayat 4:30 p.m. in her classroom for an overview of the language series from beginning (spoken language) to end (sentence analysis).
Families with children in the Infant, Toddler and Primary Programs will find this session particularly useful.
We often get asked if children in a Montessori Curriculum are prepared for state and nationally mandated testing, and we assure you, they are! Here is a great study to share with friends and families who have questions:http://amiusa.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/amiusa-outcomes2.pdf
We’re Growing! Welcome to our new families! Please be sure to introduce yourselves.
The Brown-Cobb family (Kyson) - The Salters family (Ian) - he Gangerosa family (Justin) - The Wray family (Emma and William) - The Miles Family (Greyson) - The Clark family (Ian) - The Bigley family (Weston)
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