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Mrs. Catherine
RECE, Chief Learning Officer

Patience & Caring are virtues.

The most important qualities that a teacher should have are patience and caring. A great teacher is very patient with their students and their parents to deal with the same questions and problems over and over again. You must care to never give up on your students and would try out new ways to help them succeed in life.

-Mrs. Catherine, RECE, Chief Learning Officer

Singing Class with Ms. Kay

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Spooning Exercise

Transferring activity is a great toddler and preschooler activity for coordination, concentration and for building arm, hand and finger strength. The best place to look for transferring ideas is in your kitchen drawer, you may have a lot of suitable materials already such as a spoon, bowl, and water. Happy Learning Everyone! 😘

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Montessori Knobbed Cylinders

Knobbed Cylinders are the first visual sense lesson within the Sensorial area of the classroom. This is a part of sensory exercise. Sensorial Exercises were designed by Montessori to cover every quality that can be perceived by the senses such as size, shape, composition, texture, loudness or softness, matching, weight, temperature, etc.

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Classic Dance by 6-year-old

Practice for : Moving the same finger numbers on each hands but different directions simultaneously. Patiently and accurately, the student is practicing hard for her parents., so they can have a dancing date on the weekend. I am so proud of her and wish her parents the best date ever!

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String Exercise

String exercise help develops a fine motor skill for toddlers, you can use simple materials like cheerios and pipe cleaners. Kids always love to play with their food! πŸ™‚

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