Learning From Home Week 4
Enjoying the sunshine while learning.
Ella is a Pre-Kindy student and during the this term, she has been learning her sight words.
Ella's Sight Words
Say Hello in Languages Other Than English
Here are a few photos of Indie who decided she would don a nice dress and hat to play with mud for the cave activity. Mum took some deep breaths and let her go for it. Remarkably her clothing stayed clean.
Week 3 Learning From Home
One of the practical life activities that the 2B Dolphins students were given to learn this week was how to say hello in five different languages.
Here’s Lexi’s video.
Sea Turtles Class
Day 3 Learning From Home
Day 3 Learning From Home
I hope you are doing okay with all of the new processes! It’s learning for all of us.
Aston is doing really well. Has been mostly quite focussed and does well with less distraction. I just wanted to let you know that we really appreciate the time you must have taken to put all of the work together in a way that just makes it so easy for him and us. He is really clear on what is required and that fantastic blue book makes everything really easy to find.
Attached is a picture of him working and also teaching Harper how to do self portraits (work he was reluctant to do and now feels he is quite good at).
Take care, Erin.
Nilay's Science Experiment "Salty Ice"
Day 2 Learning From Home
Matisse is one of our Pre-Kindy students. She is enjoying the work her teacher has sent home for her.
Here are some of our cycle 2 students working from home.
Day 1 Learning From Home
It’s officially day 1 of learning from home and already our students are off to a good start!
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Our online learning has not commenced and yet already our children show their Montessori abilities of independence and creativity. We know that the way they learn at CMS is going to showcase their ability to function without having continuous adult support.
We are creating a special page on our website to capture student online work during a school closure. We would love for parents to share their own experiences and share some photographs of work the children do at home. Providing these to our community will be another way for us to remain connected.
Please keep following us on the website and you may see your own child demonstrating their learning from home. Really exciting!
The first pictures have reached us and we are excited to share these with you.