Monthly Archives: February 2016

What are people saying about Small World?

“Credit where credit is due. I got the OSMO game for Tucker. He was acing the math game within minutes, eventually up to 25. I asked him where he learned to add and subtract? Montessori. Yes. At Montessori.”
–  From Roxana Brueseke

IMG_0922Here is Roxana’s grandson setting out the “golden beads” from one unit to nine thousand!

“Love this place! Best thing that’s happened to Owensville! My son wants to go even on the weekends! Couldn’t ask for a better place or better people! Thanks Miss Julie!!!”
– From our friend Courtney (posted on Facebook)

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Here is Courtney’s son exploring the “b” basket

“Haley Jo loves it! You guys are amazing! She is so happy and gets up every morning to “go to school” like her older siblings!”
– Melissa Bruckerhoff (written as a Facebook review)

 IMG_1390Here is Melissa’s daughter joining in the circle time in her classroom

Spirit Week!

We are having a blast with our spirit week! We are celebrating Read Across America & Dr. Seuss’ birthday!

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We will have a very special visit from the Cat in the Hat on Friday! We hope you’ll join in on all the fun!! 

Spirit Week Days:

Monday:
Pajama Day! Wear your favorite set of PJ’s or just wake up and come to school in what ever you slept in!

Tuesday:
Share a Book Day! Bring in your favorite book so that all of our friends can enjoy it too!

Wednesday:
Crazy Socks Day! Dig through those drawers and pull out the craziest pair of socks you can find!

Thursday:
Cat in the Hat Day! Go and find the best hat you can find and wear it proudly to school!

Friday:
Red and White Day! Show your Dr. Seuss spirit and wear all of your red and white clothes and a very special visit from Mr. Cat in the Hat himself!

 

Book Fair

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What a great turnout to the book fair! Thank you all for your support of Small World AND the support of your child’s love of reading!

There were 5 books purchased by parents for the classrooms – THANK YOU!

There was a total of $1,400 in book sales, so the teachers will have a $700 credit with which to order books for their classrooms. We will order the remaining wishlist items first and then see what else our classrooms need.