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S: Montessori School of Oakton SEALE'S CLASS 2011-2012

BC: The child becomes a person through work. -MM

FC: Mrs. Seale and Mrs. Sterns 2011-2012

1: The child is both a hope and a promise for mankind. -MM

2: Mrs. Seale and Mrs. Sterns | Children become like the things they love. -MM

3: There is no description, no image in any book, that is capable of replacing the sight of real trees, and all of the life to be found around them in a real forest. -MM

4: Ticonderoga Farms

6: Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed. -MM

7: Parents' Night

8: Breakfast with Dad

10: Mother's Day Tea

12: The first essential for the child's development is concentration. The child who concentrates is immensely happy. -MM

15: The child passes little by little from the unconscious to the conscious, treading always in the paths of joy and love. -MM

16: International Fair | The 'absorbent mind' welcomes everything, puts its hope in everything, accepts poverty equally with wealth, adopts any religion and the prejudices and habits of its countrymen, incarnating all in itself. This is the child! -MM

17: Arbor Day | The land is where our roots are. The children must be taught to feel and live in harmony with the Earth. -MM

18: Extended Day Fun

19: Class Auction Project

20: Theresa Constantine

21: Aaron Morales | Montessori Friends | I love Math

22: Tyler Om

23: Matthew Perron

24: Aiden Tong | My first day of school

25: Samantha VanVollenhoven

26: Thank you, Mrs. Seale and Mrs. Sterns. From the Extended Day Families... | We know you've put a lot of time and effort into Aiden and hope you know how much we appreciate it. Thank you for all you have done to help him love learning. Having you as his teacher in his first 3 years of his early childhood education is really a blessing. We'll miss you very much. Kim & Alan Tong | Thank you for everything. We feel so lucky to have you as a teacher for three years. Tyler had a terrific experience in your classroom. You have such enthusiasm and patience. We are pleased that our son is learning so much. We will miss you... a lot! Lydia and Harrison Om | Nia and Patsy, Thank you both for a year of memories we will treasure! Theresa had so many rich experiences as part of your community: the lessons, friends, singing, chicks and pets, cooking, opera, and so many others are part of her now as she transitions to the Elementary environment. Thank you for pouring your gifts and yourselves into the lives of the children. Alan and Marie Constantine

27: We are so happy that Matthew was able to spend the last two years with you. Thank you for your guidance and dedication. You created an environment that allows children to find their way, as Montessori was designed to do. Know that you have made positive contributions to Matthew's life and how much he adores you both. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Karen & Chris Perron | We are truly blessed to have such wonderful and caring teachers at MSO. Thank you both for helping make Aaron's love for learning and growing such a positive experience. Mei & Paul Morales | As parents we wish only good things for our children. We hope they will learn well and develop a genuine interest in their ever expanding world. We selected MSO as that stepping out place for our children. We entrust you, Mrs. Seale and Mrs. Sterns with Samantha’s mind, as well as her heart, for a significant part of her day. You have exceeded our expectations and have helped to gently guide her in the “work” she loves to do, and more importantly, the “work” she is not so fond of. For this we are grateful. We know that her MSO experience will provide the foundation for which she will continually pull from as she grows and becomes an inquisitive and caring individual with a genuine interest in the world around her. Thank you both so much for assisting in our “work” called Sammie. Paula and Joel Van Vollenhoven

28: The Moon Maiden

30: Respect all reasonable forms of activity in which the child engages and try to understand them -MM

31: Averting war is the work of politicians; establishing peace is the work of education. -MM

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