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The five key areas of learning in the Montessori environment include; Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Mathematics, and Culture.

“Within everyone there exists perfect balance”

Our Field Trips & Visitors

Past, Current, and Upcoming

Apple Picking

Bayside Montessori went to Wadell’s Apple Orchard. We were greeted by Marita Wadell and Farmer Charlie. We followed Farmer Charlie back to the picking area, and he showed us how to pick an apple properly. Always remember that the bottom of the apple, called the eye, needs to be tipped to the sky[…]

Plaque Attack

The Plaque Attack adventure with the kids is extremely interactive. The kids will have a chance to hold and see real x-rays, molds of teeth, dress as a dentist by wearing gloves and masks, as well as some fun songs and movements to help remember how to and long to brush for! We have a pet dragon named Kate that comes along with us to help show the kids the technique of brushing, who sometimes […]

Maple Madness

We will learn how to collect sap and make maple syrup using methods from the past and present!

4 Cats Art

4 Cats will visit us and we will be making Plasticine beavers

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October News

Hello Parents and Caregivers, Which brings me to my first request to please ensure that the people who pick up your children have read and understood the Parent Handbook policies and that they read the newsletter. We want to ensure that we are all aware of our school environment. The October newsletter is usually one […]

February 2019

Dear Parents, It is hard to believe that we have reached the sixth-month mark already! In Fact, we will celebrate 100 days of school on February 12th! We have a few reminders for February, beginning with Friday, February 1st, which is a professional day. There is no school for the children on this day. Also, […]

January 2019!

Dear Parents, The new year is looking bright and exciting! We will begin our study of space this month! Also, reports on your child’s progress will come out at the beginning of February. After reports come out, we will be asking for your re-enrollment commitment. Please know that we have a very long wait list […]

Montessori, What Every Parent Should Know

I’ve been a Montessorian for the better part of my life which is approximately 30 years. One thing I have learned is all parents ask very similar questions when looking into a Montessori program for their child. So, as a new parent, what questions should you be asking as you begin to explore Montessori schools? [...]