Sunnybrook Montessori School

Montessori preschool & kindergarten in New Hampshire's North Country

A Busy Week at Sunnybrook

Thanks Lyn and Brigette for the small objects for our alphabet container.

Tammy’s experiment for stalagmites and stalactites is going well; check it out when you drop off your children. The children are amazed at the daily changes.

Lots of language work is going on in the class along with the sensorial and math areas.

We have lovely new labeled control maps for our geography area.

Gregory’s mom, Zeanny, came on Thursday morning and started giving Spanish lessons – Thanks Zeanny.

Brigette brought in a box of toothbrushes for the children with a CD telling the children about oral hygiene.

Books we have read this week – “Little Red Hen”, which we acted out. “Caps for Sale”, also acted out. “Eve and Smithy” by Michelle Edwards, “The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch” by Ronda and David Armitage and “The Granddaughter Who Was Eaten by a Big Fish” a Cree Candian story.

Songs this week are “Sarasponda”, “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”, “Kookaburra”, “Zum Gali Gali” and “I Love The Moutains”.

Brigette is re-doing much of our language materials and organizing draws and closets. Thank you Brigette.

Thanks Tammy for all your great ideas.

It was a good week; very busy and productive. You have great children.

Thank you,


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