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A Day in the Life of a Preschooler

Have you wondered what a “day in the life” of a preschooler looks like at The Montessori School of the Finger Lakes? Students are actively learning through work cycles throughout the morning on a variety of academics. They are working in pairs, small groups, independently, and/or with a teacher. The following pictures were all taken during a morning work cycle. These were happening simultaneously while all other students were also working independently. This is a great place for students to explore the world in which we live while improving upon their deficits and expanding their strengths. Schedule a tour to come see what we are all about face to face! ~Ms. Amanda

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Ms. Becca working with two of our students and the moveable alphabet. They are working on forming words and word play.
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This student is working independently. She is practicing writing her name!
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Ms. Ashley is working on letter identification with two of our students. They are playing a matching game.
Using Wedgits to explore volume, area, and engineering.
Using Wedgits to explore volume, area, and engineering.

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