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List of 4 news stories.

  • The Colors of Us

    Melanie Roake, TH3 Teacher
    Toddler House Three has been reading the book “The Colors of Us” by Karen Katz—a beautiful book that compares all of our different skin tones with various foods and spices. The very last page has many hands with different skin tones on it, so the children decided to place their hands on the book to look for their own skin tone. They were surprised when they didn’t find one that matched perfectly. We decided there are so many colors of us that it would be too hard to fit them all in one book. What a beautiful moment!
  • The Inly “Art Salon”

    Annemarie Whilton, Art Teacher
    The Art Room holds an “Art Salon” during lunch and recess on Tuesdays for any interested Upper Elementary students. Students listen to music and assemble at a long communal table to eat lunch while drawing or painting. A still life or art project is set up each week, and sometimes students come to class with their own projects to work on independently. It is time well spent enjoying each other’s company in a free-form creative environment. 
  • Important “Work” in Children’s House

    Nancy St. John, CH2 Teacher
    We often talk about lessons as related to the Montessori works in the classroom, but there is so much more. We are beginning to see how community is forming and “the work” is also about how the class cares for each other. We see it as the older friends work with younger friends and younger friends in turn show care. If the teacher stands back and allows this to happen, it is much more powerful than stepping in to always help —so much is learned and amazing to witness.
  • Toddlers Explore Cranberries

    Toddler House Teachers
    This week in Toddler, children explored cranberries through large scooping, small scooping and pouring. Teachers put them in their sensory bin filled half way with water to see if they would float or sink. Children noticed that when the cranberry is whole, it floats. However, once a cranberry became cracked or broken, it would sink.

Inly School

46 Watch Hill Drive | Scituate, MA 02066
Tel: 781-545-5544 | Fax: 781-545-6522
Welcome to Inly, a private, independent Montessori school with innovative programs that inspire toddlers, preschool and K-8 students to become independent, lifelong learners. Our inviting community draws students from 20 towns on the South Shore of Boston,
including Scituate, Cohasset, Hingham, Norwell, Hanover, Marshfield, Pembroke, Plymouth and Hull.
Inly School admits students of any race, color, religious affiliation, national and ethnic origin, and without regard to disability, to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious affiliation, national and ethnic origin, or disability in the administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school administered programs.