Extraordinary children walk through these doors... Montessori does the rest.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Mother and Son Night


Mother and Son Night



It was a night filled with snakes, lizards, a rabbit, a 50 pound turtle, and a dog with an identity crisis! (who thought it was a “Bee!”) and a duck who just “quacked” us up! What more can a boy ask for? … Pizza, of course!


Brian Wilde's,"Party on the Wild Side", entertained the children with his knowledge and love for the variety of species. He spoke about habitats, origins, and personalities of the animals.
The evening was informative, engaging, and hands on.

Each child got to pet the animals and, in some cases, either rode it or wore it!

Brian also emphasized the importance in keeping the environment safe for all living things that share our planet.








































Marlboro Montessori Campers Find Four Leaf Clovers!

You never know what you will find on a summer day!
 I found a four leaf clover!

Me too!

Marlboro Montessori Children are "Master's of their Art and Science"

The Children at the  Marlboro Montessori Academy are enjoying the colors of summer!  The theme this year is famous artists.  The children enjoyed learning about Pablo Picasso, Van Gogh,  Jackson Pollack, Wassily Kandinsky and Claude Monet.









Artists are not the only ones that use color to explore their world, scientists also marvel about the effects color has in many wonderful experiments.

It is all in the mixture! 



Teaching density using food coloring and sugar! 








Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Montessori Goes Country


Marlboro Montessori held its first “Hoedown” on Saturday night at the Marlboro Recreation Center. The Elementary students lit up the stage performing some of the best country songs through the decades.  It was a foot tappin, hand clappin, good ole time! 

Our second  grade students "Walked the Line" singing the hit song by Jonny Cash!





                                                         


                                     Our first grade students had fun singing "Jambalaya" 











It's all about the climb!




                                         Kindergarten signed and sang "You are my Sunshine"
You'll come back now!