The children returned from spring break this week to discover that their three classrooms had been transformed for spring and summer, including a new coat of paint. This is appropriate since the children are starting to learn about the life cycles and transformations of the plants and animals that are taking place all around them as spring approaches in Alaska.
The children also will continue their international studies of foreign languages and culture with Se-ora Norma, and they always enjoy the dance and movement class with Tara Phillips, owner of Master Dance Studio.
Kenai Montessori School is located in Woodland Estates and should not be confused with any other facility claiming to offer a Montessori program. For any questions about the Montessori philosophy or about enrolling your child for next fall, call 283-0424 or visit www.kenai montessorischool.50megs.com.
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