Classical Montessori education for children aged 2.5 - 12 years, in the heart of downtown Charleston, SC.
Did you know that the Popsicle, Trampoline and many other products were invented by kids? It's never too early to be inventive! http://www.greatbusinessschools.org/10-great-inventions-dreamt-up-by-children/
Cutting-edge education technology is starting to catch up to what Maria Montessori recommended a century ago: individualized work plans for each student, based on their aptitudes, interests, and rate of progress.
businessinsider.com Joel Hellermark, 21, ignored university in order to change education for good.
Research is confirming what we have been doing for years: allowing time for unstructured play helps children learn more effectively.
livetheorganicdream.com Public education is more stressful than ever for our children, as standardized testing requirements increase and programs like art, music and physical education are being phased out. The result of this type of environment is predictable, and the medical establishment and big pharma are making a kill...
Father and son, 35 years apart. Same school, same teacher, same map. 😁
Hope everybody is enjoying the summer! The calendar for the 2017-2018 school year is now up on the website. There's also a link to a Google calendar that you can subscribe to!
montfs.com This is the official calendar for the current school year.
We had a wonderful field trip today to Jeremiah Goat Farms and Angel Oak. Thank you to everyone who came out with us!
The Valentine's Day Tea Party was a magnificent - and very well-mannered - success!
Fun Friday STEM project. Build Little Miss Muffet a spider trap using at least 1 simple machine. Some very creative, yet simple ideas.
This afternoon the elementary classroom and a few helpers from the primary classroom wrote words of encouragement and packed over 75 "take-away" bags for Mother Emmanuel's feed the homeless event.
A huge thank you to everyone who donated items. Your generosity is very much appreciated. And big hugs to Ms. Kristi and Mr. Mark for coming and helping with the logistics.
To our students: Great Teamwork! You are an amazing bunch of kids! We are very lucky teachers.
This afternoon, the fifth years gave a great presentation on Phineas Gage, the man who survived for 11 years after an iron rod went through his brain. Great work and fantastic teamwork!
Fun day in the elementary classroom today. The Charleston Museum visited with a program on the Revolutionary War. Dressing the part was a must. The students also made beeswax candles and a cup and ball game to take home.
[11/07/16] Just a reminder. We are open for Election Day (Tuesday), and closed Veterans Day (Friday).
The primary and elementary classes came together this morning to clean up the playground after Hurricane Matthew left quite the mess. Many hands make light work.
Montessori Fountainhead will be closed Wednesday to Friday in preparation for Hurricane Matthew. We are planning to reopen Monday morning.
My favorite campaign poster so far for our class president elections:
Favorite character projects for Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry. Amazing work from some hardworking students. Also, highly recommended by everyone in the book group.
Our Stuart Little group finished the book with making Stuart Little sized books. Great ideas for what type of books Stuart Little would like to read. Now on to Bunnicula!
Favorite character of the Wizard of Oz projects. Amazing creativity!
Just a typical Tuesday morning!
Everyday it's something new! Love his individuality!
[03/07/16] Heads up and smiles ready! Picture day is Thursday, March 10, in the morning, both classes.
[02/25/16] Please remember: Tomorrow 2/26 is a Teacher Work day. School will dismiss at 12.
Cursive is like meditation for your hand.
Valentines Party 2016#Fooddddd
Mrs. Fox stepped out of the primary classroom today to teach the elementary students how to make Ikebana arrangements for their Valentine's Day tea party tomorrow.
75 [email protected] MFS. While it is currently snowing up north.
realfarmacy.com If you fall within the Gen-Y era like us, chances are you’ve given a bunch of thought as to how you would raise your own children in this day and age (assuming you don’t...
Fun. Field Trips @MontFS.
MontFS Parent Monthly Calender Info:
September 5 - Primary Field Trip to Classical Kids Concert Sottile Theater
September 26 - Teacher Work Day (Dismissal at noon)
View the entire School Calender on our website:
montfs.com September 5 - Primary Field Trip to Classical Kids Concert @ Sottile Theater September 26 - Teacher Work Day (Dismissal at noon) October 24 - Primary Field Trip to Pumpkin Patch @ Boone Hall (Drivers Needed) October 29 - Primary Field Trip to Charleston Stage (Drop off & Pick up) October 31 - Hallow…
Happy Labor Day, class of 1988! Where are you now?
The primary class had a great trip to the fire station on Friday. Check out the mini-video! http://youtu.be/RbRvWSrwPTY
The Great Lesson - The Big Bang!
The Great Lesson - Earth forming. Everyone loves a baking soda volcano!
These are great! 21 GIFs that demonstrate math concepts. http://www.iflscience.com/brain/math-gifs-will-help-you-understand-these-concepts-better-your-teacher-ever-did
iflscience.com “Let's face it; by and large math is not easy, but that's what makes it so rewarding when you conquer a problem, and reach new heights of understanding.” Danica McKellar As we usher in the start of a new school year, it’s time to hit the ground running in your classes! Math can be pretty tough, but…
Throwback Thursday! Check out this video of the elementary class field trip to the Sewee Center in 2011.
How insanely awesome is this! 3-D picture books. Now all we need are 4-D picture books.
electricliterature.com Researchers at the University of Colorado, Boulder, have created the Tactile Picture Books Project, a series of 3-D printed books that go beyond the possibilities of braille. Propelled by the incre...
A personal hero - Temple Grandin. Wonderful speaker, amazing person.
Temple Grandin, PhD, scientist and autism activist, explains how different people learn in different ways and why we should embrace all kinds of thinking. Special…
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Teaching Urban Ballroom and Swing Dance Classes.
American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers, HeartSavers, First Aid, HeartCode, Bloodbourne Pathogens Training
Sundrops Montessori at Daniel Island is one of four locations. Other locations are Mt. Pleasant - Bridge, Dunes West, and Palmetto- Downtown.
Amity Language Institute was created in 2005 in the hope of building friendly relations between people of all nationalities. Our mission is to promote cultural exchange through Japanese language instruction.
A non for profit foundation that solicits gently used musical instruments, textbooks, accessories, and sheet music for music students in East Africa
The Cooper School is a private, independent, non-sectarian school that values the participation of families from diverse backgrounds. The Cooper School offers an exceptional holistic education for children grades K-5.
“Free the child's potential, and you will transform him into the world” ~Maria Montessori
Jazz and Blues go together like honey and bees, but some folks like their blues all by themselves. Blues is flowing through the Lowcountry.It just doesn't get any more local than this.
Village Kids & Village Teens: productions, workshops, and classes in a professional theatre in downtown Charleston, SC! Instagram- Village Youth on Woolfe
Charleston Tutoring is a local small business dedicated to helping students of all ages and scholastic levels achieve excellence!
Charleston Violin provides music for your wedding ceremony, cocktail hour, receptions and events. We offer solo violin and chamber music packages.