THE KINGSLEY TIMES

Librarian Book Recommendations: Pride Week!

Jun 3, 2019 8:39:26 AM / by Doug DeMaio posted in reading, book recommendations,

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In recognition of Boston's amazing Pride Week celebration, and the Kingsley's annual participation in the parade, we've pulled together a list of recommended reads that relate to the movement.

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Head of School for the Day: Kingsley Tradition

May 30, 2019 3:47:52 PM / by Doug DeMaio posted in community building

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Each year, one lucky student gets to experience a fun-filled day in the life of the Head of School!

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DEAR: Drop Everything And Read

May 17, 2019 12:39:51 PM / by Doug DeMaio posted in dear day, reading, drop everything and read

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Each year Kingsley celebrates D.E.A.R. Day, which is short for "Drop Everything And Read." Reading is such a fundamental skill that we love taking the time to celebrate this day, and get lost in a good book! 

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The Kindergarten Marathon: Kingsley Tradition

May 16, 2019 11:27:19 AM / by Doug DeMaio posted in foundational decade of learning, physical education, student centered

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Kingsley loves to celebrate the successes of our students, big and small. One of the most important rites of passage for our students is when they move from Kindergarten into Lower Elementary. We mark this event with a unique celebration known as the Kindergarten Marathon.

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Librarian Book Recommendations: Spring Concert Prep!

May 14, 2019 3:28:31 PM / by Doug DeMaio

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In honor of our upcoming Spring Concert, our awesome Librarian Ms. Hynes created this list of reading recommendations for students at each level! 

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Librarian Book Recommendations: Teacher Appreciation Week!

May 8, 2019 9:04:05 AM / by Doug DeMaio

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Our awesome School Librarian, Leslie Hynes, has been hard at work assembling great, relevant book recommendations for readers at every level! This week's recommendations are inspired by Teacher Appreciation Week!

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Summer in the City: The Best that Boston has to Offer

Apr 10, 2019 10:12:27 AM / by Doug DeMaio posted in Summertime at Kingsley, boston, Kingsley Montessori School, summer camp, engineering, music, art, adventure, summer in boston, summer in the city, summer program

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Kingsley's Summer in the City program is a great opportunity for children ages 3 through 12 to explore Boston, learn, and have fun with new friends. Summer in the City is a five week program, with specific themes attached to each week. 

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History of Writing Activities: Lower Elementary

Feb 28, 2019 11:16:07 AM / by Doug DeMaio posted in prepared classroom, kingsley, Kingsley Montessori School, community building, writing

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We love building community through learning and doing. One of the ways we do this is by creating occasions where students work with different teachers or in different classrooms for special projects.

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Authors Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes Visit Kingsley — With Rescue!

Feb 27, 2019 12:29:45 PM / by Doug DeMaio posted in montessori, Montessori School, community building, author visit, rescue and jessica

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We love being able to bring in authors, speakers, and inspiring personalities to bring a new spark to our curriculum. The insights and perspectives that different people with different experiences bring into our school are immeasurably valuable to our students. On Tuesday, February 26, our Lower Elementary students had the amazing opportunity to meet with two inspiring authors and activists, and their equally awesome service dog!

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Lower Elementary: Community Meetings

Feb 8, 2019 2:29:45 PM / by Doug DeMaio posted in montessori, elementary, Montessori School, Kingsley Montessori School, community building

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One of the ways that we build an accepting and supportive community at Kingsley is when our students host Community Meetings with other grade levels. Our Lower Elementary students regularly host Community Meetings with our entire Elementary division—Upper Elementary students, other Lower Elementary students, teachers, staff members, and guests.

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