Stop your brother’s biting, and other innovations at Kiva Montessori

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Stop your brother’s biting, and other innovations at Kiva Montessori

The 38 students in upper elementary and middle school classes at the Children’s Kiva Montessori School present problem-solving projects to families and other visitors at the Innovation Fair on Thursday afternoon. Fifth-grader JT Morris, far left, explained his project to stop babies from biting, a project inspired by his younger brother. According to Children’s Kiva Montessori School teacher Caitlin Munroe, the students were required to base their project on problems they encounter in their own lives. Munroe said she thinks the format gives the students a chance to have an “authentic audience” to see their work. Judges then provide feedback to students after the fair.
Fifth-grader JT Morris explains his project to stop babies from biting, a project inspired by his younger brother. According to Children’s Kiva Montessori School teacher Caitlin Munroe, the students were required to base their project on problems they encounter in their own lives.

Stop your brother’s biting, and other innovations at Kiva Montessori

The 38 students in upper elementary and middle school classes at the Children’s Kiva Montessori School present problem-solving projects to families and other visitors at the Innovation Fair on Thursday afternoon. Fifth-grader JT Morris, far left, explained his project to stop babies from biting, a project inspired by his younger brother. According to Children’s Kiva Montessori School teacher Caitlin Munroe, the students were required to base their project on problems they encounter in their own lives. Munroe said she thinks the format gives the students a chance to have an “authentic audience” to see their work. Judges then provide feedback to students after the fair.
Fifth-grader JT Morris explains his project to stop babies from biting, a project inspired by his younger brother. According to Children’s Kiva Montessori School teacher Caitlin Munroe, the students were required to base their project on problems they encounter in their own lives.