One visit to a Montessori elementary school is all you would need to see how different the environment is from traditional public school learning. Developed by scientific observation, the Montessori Method was built on the way that children were observed to behave in a natural environment that wasn’t strictly proscribed. The 5 primary points of […]
What Are the Best Math Concepts for Private Kindergarten Students to Learn?
One of the differences between Montessori kindergarten and traditional public schools is that traditionally educated students are still learning to count up to 10 when they begin kindergarten but have already mastered counting on their fingers in Montessori preschool. In Montessori kindergarten, children are already moving away from sorting and simple counting and should be […]
5 Key Points About The Parents’ Role in a Montessori Education?
Your child’s Montessori daycare is more like an educational cooperative than a traditional public school. Parents play a vital role in the Montessori Method, and how well they incorporate Montessori into the home will have an impact on how readily this form of education can provide exceptional results. The Trinity of the Montessori Method A […]
Spring Crafts for Your Montessori Preschooler
Young children are often excited by the changes they see in the world. This makes springtime especially interesting for preschoolers and early elementary age children. Spring is a perfect time to engage your Montessori preschool age child in craft activities that engage their senses and growing awareness of the changes that come with the seasons. […]
Teaching Life Skills to Montessori Elementary Children
Montessori elementary children use play-based learning to master academic skills as well as practical life skills. These skills are the types of activities that are necessary for daily life or contribute to being a more dependable member of the group or community. Learning to hold a broom is a practical life skill, for example, but […]