Montessori U: Beginnings

Early childhood is an essential time where experiences can build a strong foundation for your child’s learning, health, and behavior throughout their lives.  Montessori educators approach child development in stages that have unique characteristics, strengths, and goals.  In the first four years of life, children have a remarkable capacity to develop control of movement, refine... Continue Reading →

Process, Not Product

By: Jenny Ewalt, Primary Teacher Take a trip down memory lane with me would you...think back to when you were in grade school…Remember what your refrigerator looked like? Mine was covered in artwork, spelling tests, and every scrap of paper I brought home from school. I would dump the bag out and my mom would... Continue Reading →

Montessori Environments

“To assist a child we must provide him with an environment which will enable him to develop freely.”—Maria Montessori “Your children go to Montessori school? I heard that’s fine for preschoolers, but when they are older, won’t they need something different?” I would guess that many of you have been asked questions similar to this... Continue Reading →

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