As a parent, you might be worried about your child’s ability to retain the knowledge gained throughout the school year during the summer break. You might even be tempted to have your child focus on academic work throughout the break. However, you should recognize that...

In a previous post, we discussed a few ways in which Montessori school is different from traditional school. We compared and contrasted school and classroom design, multi-age classrooms, and student-directed learning. While these are some very key differences, there are still more ways in which...

Join us for our Spring Egg Hunt & Party on April 18, 2019! The party will take place in your child’s classroom from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. All Toddler and Early Childhood classes will have a Spring Egg Hunt & Party in place of lunch. Older...

"That's so great!" "You are so smart!" Most of us think of such praise as positive. However, while it may sound counterintuitive, the Montessori teacher avoids such praise when recognizing a student's accomplishments. Yes, the Montessori classroom is filled with positive reinforcement. But, rather than praise, which is...

There are dozens of holidays observed between Halloween and New Year: Diwali, Thanksgiving, St. Nicholas Day, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Ramadan, Solstice, Christmas, New Year's Eve. The glittering gold and silver or the season go all the way back to Nordic, Celtic, and Roman festivities. Early Christians...

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