Valentine’s Day! | Ms. Crystal Sorrow’s Class

Millhopper Montessori School

We will celebrate Valentine’s Day on Friday, February 13th with a card exchange. I wanted to inform you of how we do the card exchange in case you are working on the cards or goody bags early. Please only write on the card/ bag whom the card is from. Please DO NOT write individual recipient’s… Read more »

January 8, 2015 Classroom Update | Ms. Crystal Sorrow

Millhopper Montessori School

Dear Families, Happy New Year! We hope your family had a good winter break. This month we welcome a new child, Noah, to class. His older brother, Andres, is in Ms. Christina’s class. This month will be very exploratory as we learn about fruits and vegetables. Students will be learning about root vegetables, fruits and… Read more »

October 3, 2014 Classroom Update | Ms. Crystal Sorrow’s Class

Millhopper Montessori School

Dear Families, Next week will be a busy exciting week as we learn about the sports of basketball, football, and soccer and have special guests and birthday walks. On Tuesday, Gator athletes will be coming to talk about the sports they play and hopefully demonstrate some ball skills. On Thursday and Friday we will be… Read more »

October Items needed for the Classroom | Ms. Crystal Sorrow

Millhopper Montessori School

There is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board located outside the classroom for October items the class needs. Please sign up when you get a chance, or feel free to email me and I can place your name on the sheet. The class needs treat bags, items to place in the bags for trick-or-treating,… Read more »

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Fall Parent Night in the Little House

Millhopper Montessori School

The Fall Parent Night for our class is Tuesday, October 21, 2014 The objective of Parent Night is for you to watch your child in the classroom environment.  It allows you to experience what work your child enjoys doing in class.  It gives the children a great sense of pride to show you their classroom… Read more »

September 19, 2014 Classroom Update | Ms. Crystal Sorrow’s Class

Millhopper Montessori School

Dear Families, It has been another lovely week here in the Little House. Pets have continued to visit. This week we had Kiki, a toy poodle puppy, Cangrejo, a hermit crab, and Madison, a Boston terrier. Most of the students have been excited about the visitors, and the students who are nervous about animals have… Read more »

September 5, 2014 Classroom Update | Ms. Crystal Sorrow’s Class

Millhopper Montessori School

Dear Families, This week was an exciting week as we started our new unit on families and pets.  Thank you to everyone who sent in pictures of their families. This week on our bulletin board inside the classroom we have posted the pictures of the students’ immediate families. As the weeks go by we will… Read more »

August 29, 2014 Classroom Update | Ms. Crystal Sorrow

Millhopper Montessori School

Dear Families, It has been a lovely week as students continue to adjust to expectations and schedules.  On Monday the students enjoyed painting with water colors, and the stick ponies were on the playground for extra fun. Tuesdays and Thursdays bring us Spanish with Senora Maria and Wednesdays the students have music with Ms. Wendi. … Read more »

Visitors Wanted | Ms. Crystal Sorrow’s Class

Millhopper Montessori School

I would love to have several family members visit and some pets visit during our Families and Pets unit study in September. Family visits need only be about 10 minutes in which the family member would introduce themselves, say where they live, and talk a little about their role in the family (I love being… Read more »

August 22, 2014 Classroom Update | Ms. Crystal Sorrow

Millhopper Montessori School

Dear Families, What a wonderful second week it has been. Everyone has been doing a terrific job transitioning into class in the mornings and saying goodbye. The students are becoming more comfortable with the daily routines and began having Spanish and music this week. Here are some behaviors that were focused on this week: Using… Read more »