What is Montessori school? It's different from ordinary schools in several critical ways. Click here to learn more.
After Montessori School: What Now?
Your child went to a Montessori preschool. They attended a Montessori school for kindergarten. Unfortunately, your time with a quality Montessori education is running out. As a parent who is genuinely hopeful that your child will continue to love learning, approach learning challenges independently, and be able to learn at their own pace througho...
Before Montessori School: Bringing Baby Up the Montessori Way
Many parents wish to incorporate Montessori methods into their child's life before he or she turns three and is eligible to be enrolled in Montessori School . Here are a few things mothers and fathers might consider doing in order to begin their babies' Montessori lifestyle right away. Freedom and Independence Offer your baby freedom to explore h...
What It Really Means To Be A Montessori School
Just because they say they're Montessori, doesn't mean that they actually are.
What to Look for in a Montessori School
Montessori classroom, teachers, and students are unique. Find a Montessori school that is right for you.
Rocky Mountain Montessori Academy
Learning can be lifelong! If a child falls in love with learning at a young age, she has the opportunity to spend her entire life exploring, creating, and contributing to the world in constructive ways. At every impasse, she has the inherent belief that she can dig deeper, learn more, create what she can see in her imagination, and give her gifts to the world. She will not settle for status quo, punching a clock, disinterested in life. Instead, she will know that…
7 Tips for Picking the Right Montessori School
At some point in your child's life, whether they were two or even 11, you knew self-directed, hands-on learning and collaborative play were non-negotiable factors in picking their school. So, you...
How Montessori Schools Promote Learning
While many parents wait until college to begin looking around for particularly top-notch facilities, others take a more proactive route, and try to find the preschool that will give their children the best advantage in life. For many parents, the best advantage often comes from sending their children to a Montessori school.
Montessori 101: The Basics
Bloomberg offers a great article titled “Ten Reasons Why Early Childhood Education Pays Off”, a must read for parents. “When a young child enters kindergarten ready for school, there is an 82 percent chance that child will master basic skills by age 11, compared with a 45 percent chance for children who are not …
Toddler Montessori...What are the benefits?
Many working parents are looking for a safe and healthy environment for their very young children. Options for child care are limitless and varied in what they have to offer a young child. However, current research shows us that the most crucial part of a child's development happens in the unconcscious absorbent mind, from 0-3 years old. That bei...
» Blog Archive Why Use Montessori at Home? |
The best part about using Montessori at home is that even if your child is not in class or has graduated from a Montessori preschool, you can continue to instill the love of learning in your child Please feel free to download our eBook to learn how you can create a Montessori environment in your own home. It’s FREE! If you live in the San Diego area and you’d like to enroll your child in our preschool & kindergarten , please call (619)…
What ages does Sugar Mill Montessori School teach?
Sugar Mill Montessori in Sugar Land, Texas addresses the critical age groups of the early child: from 3 months to 6 years of age.
92. How to Know if Montessori Education is Right For Your Family
Take a peak into Montessori. Barbara Issacs, Academic Director of Montessori centre international, ( MCI) She’s also the author of Bringing the Montessori Approach to your Early Years Practice and Understanding the Montessori Approach: Early Years Education in Practice. She’s been a proprietor of a Montessori Nursery, trainer of Montessori teachers as well as Senior Accreditation officer for the Montessori Accreditation and Evaluation Board talks to…
What to Expect from Toddler Child Care at a Montessori School
The Montessori experience differs from mainstream educational philosophies, and that's one of the keys to its success. By eliminating the mindless busy-work and allowing children to engage with all of their senses, Montessori toddler child care successfully allows kids to continue loving learning throughout their education. The Montessori philosoph...
What makes Longfellow a Blue Ribbon school? Teachers like Barb Williams
What makes Longfellow Elementary, a Wheaton school that recently earned a Blue Ribbon award, special? A sense of community, modeled by teachers like Barb Williams, her co-workers say.
Lake Ave. School hosts Blue Ribbon Showcase on Oct. 20
Welcome to the district news section! You can view current and archived news items by selecting a location, month and year via the drop-down menus below Lake Ave. School hosts Blue Ribbon Showcase on Oct. 20 10/3/2012-10/31/2012 Lake Avenue Elementary School invited the community to a Blue Ribbon Showcase on Saturday, Oct. 20, in honor of its recognition as a 2012 National Blue Ribbon School. The…
What is the Apple Montessori Elementary difference?
Apple Montessori has been a trusted leader in early childhood education for over 45 years. We offer an unparalleled education that makes the most of every ch...
Any School Can Call Itself a “Montessori” School. How Can Parents Tell if a Preschool’s For Real?
“Montessori-inspired” may mean a lot—or it may mean nothing.
Spindle boxes are part of the Montessori math curriculum, but they're a material homeschoolers will often be much happier making than buying.
What Is Montessori?
Have you ever wondered What is Montessori? In this post, we example the basic tenents of Montessori and offer definitions of common terms.