It is just as important for preschool children to learn social skills as it is for them to develop fine motor skills and learn the basics of math and language. A lot of kids have limited exposure to people outside the home before they enter preschool, and that makes learning to interact socially is a […]
4 Montessori Science Activities Appropriate for Preschool Children
Even in preschool, children are ready to begin learning about the physical sciences that govern our universe. It doesn’t cost a lot of money, and the result is children who have a better, more practical understanding of the planet they live on. These 4 simple science activities will get you started, and more are sure […]
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 […]
3 Ways That Using Scissors Benefit Preschool Children
A pair of scissors may not seem like a candidate for a great developmental tool, but they provide Montessori preschool children with an opportunity to hone a variety of skills that are vital to early childhood development. To show how well-suited they are to the purpose, we will take a brief look at some important […]
4 Benefits of Montessori Preschool Children Learning Through Nature
Nature is a wonder-filled environment for Montessori preschool children to learn from. There are things to do, experiments to conduct, new discoveries to be made, and more. And on top of everything else, fresh air and sunshine have been shown to improve mood, increase learning retention, and more. This is why nature is such a […]
Why is Attending Preschool Important for Childhood Development?
All children enter the world as blank slates that are eager to be filled with information and your Montessori preschool is focused on encouraging that eagerness. While you may think of play-based preschool as a sort of child-sitting task, the truth is that the information children absorb during preschool will benefit them for the rest […]
How To Teach Preschoolers About Gratitude With Crafts
Preschoolers learn better by getting their hands involved in the studies. Since this is the time of year to focus on giving thanks for our many blessings, combining crafts with important lessons is a favorite activity to engage children and encourage them to show their gratefulness. Daily Gratitude Help your preschool student make cut-outs of […]