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Villa Montessori Preschool
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Congratulations to Ms. Jessica for obtaining her Montessori credentials for the Primary classroom!! Way to go Ms. Jessica!!!!! :)
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Providing an opportunity for the child's creative mind to develop, using the Brown Stairs. #VMkids #Montessori
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The children are learning about Australia as the go around the world and made Koala masks! #VMkids #Reggioninspired http://ow.ly/i/GmtsO
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This summer the children are traveling around the world learning about the different countries! So of course they had to make their passports to travel! :) #VMkids #Montessori #Reggioinspired http://ow.ly/i/Gmqi2 http://ow.ly/i/Gmqii
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Another busy day at Villa Montessori! #VMkids #Montessori http://ow.ly/i/Gmq4P
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The petting zoo visited Villa Montessori! A ton of fun was had! #VMkids http://ow.ly/i/GmpXi http://ow.ly/i/GmpXs http://ow.ly/i/GmpXD
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Refining motor skills while developing Practical Life skills. #VMkids #Montessori
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The Pre-Primary class decorated rocks for our vegetable gardens! They used paint, glitter, and markers to create their very own unique and beautiful pieces. They even got to show off their works of art to the Primary students! :) #VMkids #Reggioinspired #handsonlearning http://ow.ly/i/GjV1a http://ow.ly/i/GjV1v
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At Villa, children use the sandpaper letters and the spindle tracing to help learn both the sound of the letters and how to write them. After learning the sounds of 10 to 12 letters, the children will start using the moveable alphabet to begin making words. #VMkids #Montessori http://ow.ly/i/GjU5S http://ow.ly/i/GjU6i
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Continuing with our study of Australia, our Pre-primary students studied koalas and made koala masks out of paper plates. #VMkids #Reggioinspired http://ow.ly/i/GjTxB http://ow.ly/i/GjTxa http://ow.ly/i/GjTya
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