More Ways to Use Montessori Techniques

Remember when we said that there were ways to apply the Montessori method at home now that school is out? Our previous post discussed a few ways to do so, but there are many more things you can do so that your child can continue to benefit from the Montessori method this summer.   Be Practical Practical life lessons are some …

Let Montessori Techniques Benefit You This Summer

Summer is here! The school year came and went. As a parent, you’re probably wondering how you will keep all the incredible benefits of your child’s Montessori education going now that school is out. Don’t worry because the Montessori method is just as applicable at home as it is in the classroom. Here are some ways that you and your …

Apply the Montessori Approach at Home

Montessori is not just an approach to education, it is also a way of life. It is about allowing your child to be seen, understood, and accepted for who they are. It’s about being their guide to become the best version of themselves. However, this guiding shouldn’t stop at the end of the school day; there are ways to apply …

More Motessori Myths

In a previous post, we took a look at some common myths associated with Montessori schools and debunked them so that you could have a clearer understanding of what Montessori programs have to offer your child. Here, we address and clarify more of those myths. Myth: Montessori is just for preschool.  Truth: Montessori schools range in age from infant and …

Spring Egg Hunt & Party

Join us for our Spring Egg Hunt & Party on April 18, 2019! The party will take place in your child’s classroom from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. The party is FREE, but you can sign-up inside your child’s classroom to bring items for the lunch party.

Montessori Myths

A myth is defined as “a widely held but false belief or idea.” That being said, it isn’t hard to believe that there are common myths held about Montessori schools. Below, we take a look at some common myths associated with Montessori schools and debunk them so that you have a clearer understanding of what Montessori programs have to offer …

How Montessori materials build “controls of error” into each activity.

Montessori classroom materials have built-in controls that let the child know when they have performed the activity correctly.  “Control of error” is a design feature that allows the material itself to give feedback, letting the child know when they have performed the activity correctly. The solution to the activity becomes apparent as soon as the work is complete, reducing the need for external control …