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THE KINGSLEY TIMES

What Does the Research Say about Montessori?

Nov 30, 2018 12:46:30 PM / by Doug DeMaio posted in montessori, k-12, pre-k, Montessori School, Kingsley Montessori School

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More so than ever before, humans are researching the ways in which we teach and learn, analyzing what the most effective methods for conveying information are. Alongside, and as a result of this, humans are also developing new educational philosophies, materials, and delivery systems at an ever increasing rate. It can be difficult to keep up!

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Parent Child Visit Day: Community and Tradition

Nov 28, 2018 2:04:17 PM / by Doug DeMaio posted in montessori, parents as partners, parents, Montessori School, Kingsley Montessori School, family involvement

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Parent Child Visit Day

Each year Kingsley hosts a special event known as Parent Child Visit Day. One of the highlights of the school year, this event gives parents the opportunity to come into the classroom and not only observe, but participate in the work and learning of their children. Students proudly prepare their favorite and most important pieces of work to share with the adults in their lives, and are thrilled to have the opportunity to show off what they've learned.

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Montessori Homework Tips

Nov 15, 2018 10:00:43 AM / by Pete Zetlan posted in montessori, Montessori School, Kingsley Montessori School, homework

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Homework: Parent Discussion

The Kingsley Coffee Talk series continued this week with a focus on supporting homework at home. At Kingsley we view homework as a purposeful extension of classroom academics to help students build healthy work routines, increase their work stamina, and establish time management skills, as well as independence with their own work, all while having a positive experience. Our main points in helping support homework at home were:

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Early Elementary Astrophysics: You Read That Right

Oct 23, 2018 8:40:36 AM / by Doug DeMaio posted in montessori, elementary, independent school, Montessori School, tech integration, boston, kingsley, Kingsley Montessori School, great lessons

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Sometimes the stars align, so-to-speak, and you can provide an immersive Astrophysics lesson to your Lower Elementary students; harnessing their interests, knowledge, and the awe-inspiring vastness of the universe.

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Montessori Birthday Walks

Oct 19, 2018 8:27:44 AM / by Doug DeMaio posted in montessori, foundational decade, k-12, Montessori School, Kingsley Montessori School

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Celebration of Life

Many Montessori institutions, including Kingsley Montessori, celebrate student birthdays with a celebration of life ceremony known in the classrooms as The Birthday Walk. The Birthday Walk gives students an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the life and growth of their classmate, in a positive, collaborative way.

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Head of School Classroom Visits

Oct 5, 2018 12:47:49 PM / by Steve Farley posted in montessori, toddler, preschool, foundational decade, elementary, independent school, Montessori School, Kingsley Montessori School

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Mr. Farley's Fall Insights

This segment was originally published in the Oct. 4, 2018 edition of the Kingsley Bulletin (Kingsley Montessori School's community newsletter).

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Cultural Learning in Elementary

Oct 3, 2018 8:59:07 AM / by Patrick Davis posted in montessori, foundational decade, elementary, critical thinking, kingsley, Kingsley Montessori School, great lessons, cultural learning

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This article originally appeared in Kingsley's Spring 2018 issue of The New Kingsleyan . Written by Kingsley Lower Elementary Teacher Caroline Locke and Upper Elementary Teacher Patrick Davis.

Kingsley's Cultural Curriculum

As anyone who knows an elementary student can attest, two of the most frequent questions that they ask are: why and how? “Why do the days get shorter in the fall?” “Why are whales mammals and not fish?” “Why are there so many different countries in the world?” “How big is the sun?”

The move from Preschool to Elementary indicates a remarkable shift in a student’s perspective of the world. During the first six years of life, a child is only aware of oneself and one’s immediate environment. As children enter the second plane of development and Elementary school, they begin to connect more meaningfully to society and expand their consciousness of the world beyond them.

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The Five Great Lessons of Montessori

Oct 2, 2018 8:56:26 AM / by Doug DeMaio posted in montessori, Montessori School, kingsley, Kingsley Montessori School, great lessons

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The Five Great Lessons

The Five Great Lessons of the Montessori curriculum are broad, inspiring experiences shared by Lower Elementary students as they are introduced to new, abstract concepts. These lessons are narrative, impressionistic, stories that put the student right at the center of the awe-inspiring concepts being covered.

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First Great Lesson: The Creation Story

Sep 27, 2018 2:46:34 PM / by Doug DeMaio posted in Kingsley Montessori School

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Within the first few weeks of school, Lower Elementary students experience the First Great Lesson of Montessori: The Creation Story, sometimes referred to as the The Beginning of the Universe.

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Welcoming Steve Farley: Head of School

Sep 7, 2018 11:39:54 AM / by Doug DeMaio posted in montessori, independent school, Montessori School, boston, kingsley, Kingsley Montessori School

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Kingsley Montessori School is excited to welcome Steve Farley into our community as our new Head of School. We're very happy to have Steve join us, and are looking forward to working together to provide the best educational environment possible.

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