Tobin Snapshots: January 31, 2020

Tobin Snapshots: January 31, 2020
Posted on 01/31/2020

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Lower Elementary classrooms have been learning about the daily life of the Wampanoag in the 17th century, as well as their current lives and communities. This week (and continuing next week), LE classrooms had a visitor from Plimoth Plantation. Tim, a member of the Cherokee Nation, visited classrooms to teach students about Wampanoags seasonal way of life and their respect for all living beings. Tim brought artifacts of traditional life, such as wooden bowls and spoons, animal furs and tools for children to observe and pass around.





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Check out our Children's House students using scooters to strengthen their partner relationships, learn how to move safely with equipment, and get a workout in!





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Our Montessori First-Year Students Are Thriving! The first-year students in Room 283 have been busy with many activities in the Language, Math, Sensorial, Geography and other areas where the students can learn at their own pace, gain independence, self-esteem, and respect for others. Photos: Elin is painting a volcano. Ivan likes to read in the quiet Reading Corner. Maramawit and Annabelle are giving a baby a bath. Olivia is working on wood polishing. Timothy enjoys painting.

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