Announcing Community Spanish Classes and Early Childhood Music classes!

Announcing Community Spanish Classes and Early Childhood Music classes!

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We are excited to be able to announce that we are offering two new classes!

Community Spanish Classes
Montessori Children’s House of Bay City is proud to announce that we are now offering community spanish classes for ages 2.5-6!
The class will be offered Wednesday mornings, beginning September 14th through November 16th, a ten-week course for $100 per child.
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Early Childhood Music Classes
Based on the research of Edwin Gordon, Classes will include singing, chanting, moving to music, playing assorted percussion instruments and pattern instruction.
Ages birth to 5 years are welcome  (must be accompanied by a parent).
Thursday day and night classes starting September 15th through November 17th, a 10 week course for $140 per child.
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Welcome To Montessori Children’s House of Bay City

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In this video, I will give a small introduction to myself, Tiffany Jaime, and the Montessori Children’s House of Bay City, located at 1004 S Wenona st in Bay City, MI, and reachable at 989-391-4020. We are now enrolling for fall, and we are excited to announce that there are only 6 spots left in our morning class, and 7 spots left in our afternoon class. We are currently offering tours, whether you have little ones yourself, or are interested in the Montessori learning experience, please comment below, call the school, or contact us on our website to organize a tour.

Here at Montessori Children’s House of Bay City, we are a multi-age classroom that serves the ages between 2 1/2 and 6 years old. We are a preschool, and a kindergarten, and we strive to take learning to another level. We also strive for a diverse, peaceful, loving, and respectful environment. For more information on programs, class schedules, our faculty, and what makes Montessori different, check out the rest of the video! Please share and pass this video on to anyone you know in the Bay City area that may be interested in learning more about Montessori, or enrolling their child in a Montessori education!

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Group Time: The More We Get Together

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In today’s segment of Survival Guide for the First Year Teacher, we will be giving you some ideas for group time, also known as circle time, or time on the line. These ideas are for things like calendar, weather, hello songs, goodbye songs, and welcome songs, starting with the beloved children’s classic, The More We Get Together. We’ll also be discussing some tips for music in the classroom, such as which note to start singing, and why.

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Survival Guide for the First Year Teacher

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Welcome to the first installment of our multi-part video guide for first year teachers, our first year survival guide, if you will. Your host, Tiffany Jaime, Head of School at Montessori Children’s House of Bay City, has a bachelors in music education from Michigan State University, as well as a rich background in music. Though this series can also help administrators, this guide is aimed towards teachers struggling to get by in their first year. We will feature circle time videos, to offer different ideas and suggestions for movement and music activities. This series will also feature videos to help with ideas for weather, songs, and calendar, day of the week and months of the year, and refresher videos to help with all different areas of the classroom, including everyday living, practical life, language, math, science, culture, and more. This video series is not meant to serve as a subsitute for in-house training, but is meant to give a fresh perspective on your training and your classroom experience. Leave us comments to let us know what you think!

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