LET'S LEARN FRENCH!
Experts agree that the critical window for language learning is from birth to approximately ten years of age. Some research suggests that children who receive second language instruction are more creative and better at solving complex problems than those who do not. French is taught by our foreign language specialist through songs, stories, games, and direct instruction. All children WMM are immersed in French once weekly.
Field Trips &
Field trips provide an important expansion of classroom learning by allowing children to experience new settings and environments. Through field trip experiences children can apply the skills of an investigator or environmentalist, and explore the field as an historian or geographer. Our field trip outings are for all students at WMM. Upcoming field trips include nature preserves, local museums, a recycling center, etc.
External resources are also brought into the school, as a way to further enhance the learning of specific topics or subjects for all our students.
The Acton Children’s Business Fair inspires children to discover their inner entrepreneur. The largest entrepreneurship event for kids in North America, this one-day market gives children the opportunity to showcase their very own businesses.
Dr. Shelia Truelove will serve as our sponsor for this event.
It’s more than Martial arts. Our program uses Capoeira to improve lives.
As a part of the curriculum, WMM will offer martial arts to help your child get a jump on life. Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics, and music. Capoeira teaches skills in a non-competitive environment to build the physical, social, emotional and intellectual skills children need.
For every stage of your child’s life – from 3 years to age 12 – there’s a program filled with movement, music, learning, cooperation and fun. This marital arts program builds upon the skills learned and follow the Montessori mantra of following the child. Capoeira will allow your child to progress at their own pace, developing their confidence as they develop their skills.
Respect for self and others