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The Winged Tiger in China (Jul. 2007)

July, 2007
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The Sports Day at Mammolina Children’s Home Montessori Kindergarten

July, 2007
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The Elegant First Step

July, 2007
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We Are Graduates!

July, 2007
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Rock in the Park - a big gathering for student bands in Beijing international schools

July, 2007
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Virtues in Us - the Virtues Project led by the Family Learning House

July, 2007
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Sites – July 2007

July, 2007
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Mom’s Minivan
One of the greatest perks of summer are roadtrips, but of course an ounce of preparation saves a ton of headaches while being cooped up in the confines of a car. You wouldn’t venture forth without making sure there’s enough gas in the vehicle, right? So shouldn’t you leave home without this site’s [...]

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Movies – July 2007

July, 2007
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Arctic Tale 
Not to be confused with wildlife-based animated movies, this one takes its cue from March of the Penguins and uses actual footage of live animals as a foundation. On it, the story builds a touching drama packed with moments of sadness and joy that are guaranteed to illicit quite the reaction from viewers. [...]

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Games – July 2007

July, 2007
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Dynasty Warriors Gundam
Leave the mundane Planet Earth as we know it behind and go on entirely unique adventures that marry the best of two franchises. Koei’s well-established Dynasty Warriors series has been a console stalwart for ages, while the Gundam universe probably needs little introduction. Oil up and get ready to fight, only this [...]

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Books – July 2007

July, 2007
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The Bus Stop
Each and every one of us must get on a bus for the first time, and in the case of this book, a school bus. But as scary as that may be, buses represent the chance to venture out and end up somewhere new and interesting. The brightly illustrated story shows a [...]

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Boys in Education

July, 2007
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Before I set myself a task now, I find myself thinking about how it will work for the boys, I didn’t do that before …….Is this fair, or seemingly preferential treatment? I am not sure how I can defend that idea, but I do know that it is necessary to think about the boys.

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Montessori: A Commitment to Constant Renewal

July, 2007
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In our last article on Montessori education, the question asked was “why change?” Today, it may be pertinent to ask the question, “Change what and how?” Montessori offers an approach to child education that is in many ways different from traditional approaches.

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Young Canadian Musicians Tune up in Beijing

July, 2007
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Time and again, the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra (NBYO) drew thunderous applause from the audience at the Canadian International School of Beijing (CIS) during their concert on campus July 29.

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Writing with Discipline

July, 2007
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Like many authors, Susan Barker is very fond of writing because she loves books, especially, “the kind of books that tell us truths about ourselves and what it is to be human.”

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Fostering Responsibility in Children

July, 2007
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Start of the school year is an exciting time for children. They look forward to meeting old friends and learning new things. However, school year brings its challenges as well. Doing homework, practicing piano and completing projects can become a source of conflict between children and their parents.

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