This is the first comparison of Washington State Learning Components/Objectives to the elementary expectations of the Association Montessori International (AMI).
Although the expectations are targeted for a certain age or grade level, staying true to the yearly learning objectives at Skinner will depend on:
- When your child starts the respective programs
- Their desire to learn
- Parental commitment
- Social skills
- The commitment by the school administrator toward academic excellence
Skinner Elementary Montessori School gratefully acknowledges:
- Allyn Travis, AMI, Elementary Trainer, Montessori Institute of Milwaukee.
- Maryland State Education Department’s format for Balanced Literacy instruction in reading and writing.
- Culham, Ruth. 2003. 6+1 Traits of Writing, The Complete Guide, Grade 3 and Up. New York: Scholastic.
- Long, Lynette PHD.1998. Painless Algebra. New York: Barron’s
- Long, Lynette PHD.2001. Painless Geometry. New York: Barron’s
- Knight, F.B., Ruch, G.M., Studebaker, J.W., Findley, W.C. 1940. Study Arithmetics. New York :Scott, Foresman and Company, 1940