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Reading Aloud to Your Children

By Curriculum Specialist Heather Incao   Parents often ask what they can do at home to support their child at school. Always, the first answer to my mind is to read aloud to their children. Read often and to all ages from birth into the teen years. Making time to read aloud to your child […]

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Bringing Spanish Home

By Perla Delgado Working as a Spanish teacher at Walnut Farm has opened my mind to so many educative thoughts and plans. As a result, the Spanish program is in constant evolution and change. One of my school year objectives this year is to help you to bring Spanish home. To give you a better […]

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Summer Break As I sit and contemplate this school year I have just returned from a breakfast in Paris (in the Primary building lobby). What a wonderful treat this Teacher Appreciation week has been. Walnut Farm has the most supportive and generous families. Thank you. The end of a school year is always bittersweet to […]

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Music Notes By Lynette Goss, Curriculum Specialist and Music Teacher Music is a great love in my life, so much so that I originally studied to be a music teacher before discovering the Montessori method. Lucky for me, I get to share both music and the Montessori method at Walnut Farm!  In addition to my […]

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A Message from the Spanish Teacher By Perla Delgado   We always hear that a child’s mind is like a sponge, and Maria Montessori often referred to young children as having “Absorbent Minds.” On a basic level, language is all about distinguishing between different sounds. Children pick up on language by simply being exposed to […]

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