21st Annual Christmas Program

We celebrated our 21st Annual Christmas Program – It’s a Small World – with over 300 guests. Children organized performances representing the seven continents. The Langham Creek High School Madrigal Choir kicked off our show with classic Christmas carols, and our children welcomed their families with the Pledge of Allegiance. Our Toddlers became penguins representing the continent of Antarctica and a Kindergartner recited the story of the Gingerbread Man Down Under. Our Primary students performed folk dances from Austria Mexico, and Japan and later recited a folktale from South Africa. Our children ended the night performing as a band and singing a Peace anthem, sung by Montessori schools around the world. Santa arrived with two alpacas courtesy of Bluebonnet Hills Alpaca Ranch, and children took professional photos courtesy of Alumni parent Susan McLeroy, Realtor. Thank you to our amazing families who brought cookies and treats representing over 30 different countries.

International Doll of the Month: The Philippines

The International Doll of the Month for October 2017 represents The Philippines. One of our favorite Lolas (“grandmas”) visited our children to share her memories of The Philippines. Children explored the island archipelago, known for its beautiful beaches, tropical climate, and food reflecting its diverse local heritage and colonial influences. We even learned a few words in Tagalog, one of the official languages of the country.

Exploring Egypt

We welcomed Samuel’s mom to conclude our study of Egypt. She discussed Egypt’s ancient past and its physical geography, and she also shared cultural artifacts with our children. She brought activity packs – with coloring sheets and a key to decipher Heiroglyphics – for all of our students.

Next week, we’ll start our safari in Kenya! Be sure to check out our mini Montessori camps as we, we travel around the world.

 

International Doll of the Month: Mexico

Our May 2017 #InternationalDollOfTheMonth represents Mexico, our neighbor to the south.

The presentation was led by Ms. Maribel and Ms. Alma, who both come from Mexico. Children learned about the physical geography of the country – including its hidden beaches and diverse wildlife – popular Mexican food, like tamales and enchiladas, and its famous dances. Our presenters performed two folk dances, and the children were able to touch traditional dance outfits and dance along too!


The International Doll of the Month spotlights our 75+ dolls representing the diverse heritage of the Cy-Fair community. We use the dolls to teach children about ways of life around the world.  

International Doll of the Month: Kenya

Our April 2017 #InternationalDollOfTheMonth represents Kenya, a country famed for its wildlife in eastern Africa.

Children learned about the flag and handicrafts of Kenya as well as its vast geography.


The International Doll of the Month spotlights our 75+ dolls representing the diverse heritage of the Cy-Fair community. We use the dolls to teach children about ways of life around the world.  

International Doll of the Month: El Salvador

Our March 2017 #InternationalDollOfTheMonth represents El Salvador, a beautiful country in central America.

The presentation was led by Ms. Regina and Ms. Joselyn, who both come from El Salvador. Children learned about the physical geography of the country – including its active volcanos – popular Salvadoran food, and the national bird and flower. Our presenters performed a popular folk dance, El Torito Pinto. The children had a chance to dance too! All children took home vanilla wafers from El Salvador.

We also welcomed a new doll to our collection from El Salvador, representing the country’s national dress.


The International Doll of the Month spotlights our 75+ dolls representing the diverse heritage of the Cy-Fair community. We use the dolls to teach children about ways of life around the world.  

International Doll of the Month: Russia

Our January 2017 International Doll of the Month represents Russia.

The presentation was led by Ms. Dasha and Ms. Katya, two Houstonians born and raised in Russia. They shared favorite children’s stories in Russia, the favorite pastime of drinking hot tea, and popular children’s toys and characters. Our children also played a fun game, singing a song in Russian, and learning common Russian words.

We also welcomed a new doll to our collection from Russia, representing Russia’s imperial past.


The International Doll of the Month spotlights our 75+ dolls representing the diverse heritage of the Cy-Fair community. We use the dolls to teach children about ways of life around the world.