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One of our casa classes had a socially distanced outdoor Friday dance session for their mask break this morning! ...

Using a real specimen to learn the parts of a fish makes the lesson that much more interesting! #zoology ...

A grade two student using the Stamp Game to solve a big division question! This clever Montessori material can be used to solve all four operations. #montessori #math #stampgame ...

The beautiful elementary grammar box material hard at work in the lower elementary classroom. A favourite of the children, this work teaches them to classify language. Each symbol corresponds to a particular part of speech and each coloured box builds on the understanding of the previous one. ...

Here’s a new “parts of” material we’ve never had on our Casa shelves prior to this year. ...

New signage for Kew Park Montessori School! ...

When your dedicated teachers adjust their wardrobe to compliment a unit of study! ...

It is this time of year that our upper elementary students typically begin their monthly visits to Main Street Terrace, a local long term care home, where Kew Park students have been visiting for the past twenty years. Currently unable to visit with the residents, instead today the children stopped by to drop off flowers and cards with heart felt messages such as “We miss you” and “Stay healthy”. Several of the residents and caregivers were so pleased and came to the windows and front entrance to wave and see the children at a distance . #intergenerational #empathy #community #friendship #respect ...

Our upper elementary students delivered several boxes of non perishable items to the firehall on Friday that were donated by our families for the Daily Bread Food Bank. Thank you to our Kew Park community for their generosity and we wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving! ...

A first year casa child identifying the geometric solids. ...

The practice of showing, not telling is a vital part of the Montessori method. Very often, lessons are presented without words (as in the case here), and only purposeful movements. The concreteness of the materials and demonstration shows the child exactly what to do without the teacher having to explain. ...