Fall is a time to be grateful for everything. Montessori kindergarten students can apply many of the skills they are learning in school to making exciting projects at home like a scarecrow for the front porch, a pumpkin to accompany it, and keeping a journal of the best things in life.
Daycare students are the perfect age to start learning about thankfulness and the wonderful feeling we get when we are helpful to others. It is also an excellent time to foray into the forest and learn about the changing seasons. With a little creativity, you can combine the two into exciting adventures with very little out-of-pocket expense.
Searching for a care provider for your infant isn’t an easy task. You need someone trustworthy to care for your child during their most vulnerable years, and not all care providers are the same.Read More »
Authentic Montessori daycare foster a love of nature and the environment. Maria Montessori observed that people are becoming further and further removed from intimate involvement with nature. Instead of spending time in the forests, on the beaches, and climbing the mountains, we are more and more content to see those things from a distance and tend to a small plot of ground around the home. She sought to address the separation of people from the natural world by giving children access to as much nature as she could.Read More »
Montessori kindergartens use play-based learning as the primary means of teaching small children. Instead of rigid rules and memorization, children partake in enjoyable activities as they absorb the concepts that will help them become better students and citizens. Montessori wrote volumes on the subject, but we can touch on the basics in a few hundred words.Read More »
Developing social skills in young children can be a challenge. How can you help guide your preschooler to a place where they thrive? It’s time to find out! Here are five ways you can improve your child’s social experience:Read More »
In Montessori private kindergarten, the approach to learning is different than a traditional classroom. It uses activities known as workstations that combine multiple subjects and allow progressive development with the same tools. In addition to other benefits, this allows children to easily progress from one lesson to another without learning new approaches first.Read More »
There are 3 important players in a private kindergarten, the child, her parents, and the school itself, a triad that is vital to the success of the Montessori Method. Children are a blank slate that is slowly filled with information, the school is a source of encouragement and information, and parents are the role model and practice field for what is being learned.Read More »
Kindergarten is a perfect time for children to learn to write. They will probably begin kindergarten with knowledge of the alphabet and even a limited dictionary of words, but this is the time to learn how words form sentences and sentences define everything they want to say or do. These 5 tips will help you encourage your kids to write and enjoy doing so.Read More »