Montessori daycare students learn with hands-on activities that they can touch, taste, smell, hear, and see. The Montessori Method combines tactile stimulation with academic, physical, and mental activities to help children develop appropriately in all ways. These hands-on activities should give you a better idea of how and why hands-on learning works. Sorting Blocks Learning […]
4 Advantages of Having a Mixed Age Group in Montessori Schools
One of the hallmarks of a Montessori preschool is its use of mixed-age classes. Maria Montessori observed how younger children and older ones in the same developmental phase interacted and recognized that the idea offered some distinct advantages in teaching. Here are 4 of the most important advantages, and why they work. Mimic Natural Order […]
3 Exciting Kid-Friendly Halloween Alternatives For 2021
For a lot of people, the pagan-like feel of Halloween makes it unsuitable for Autumn celebrations. On the other hand, the underlying reason for celebrations is the fall harvest, so parents look for enjoyable alternatives to the more traditional Halloween festivities. These 3 kid-friendly activities for preschool students are only a starting point for your fall festival ideas, but they should give some great ideas to expand upon.
Top 5 Sensorial Exercises for Montessori Preschoolers
Sensorial exercises are used to provide sensory input for young children to become accustomed to using all 5 senses.
5 Engaging STEM Activities to Stimulate Children’s Minds
Children should be presented with STEM activities as soon as possible to help them develop important physical and academic skills.
3 Ways To Build Self-Esteem in Preschoolers with Hands-On Activities
By allowing children to gain confidence through accomplishment, they are given a foundation by which to see progress even when things do not go as planned.
How to Help Children Make a Working Kaleidoscope for Preschool
Preschool children love colorful things almost as much as they like hands-on STEM activities that teach them while they play. Building a kaleidoscope combines both aspects into one activity that children can play with long after the “work” is done.
St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Preschoolers
St. Patrick’s Day is a great time of year for holiday craft projects. Preschoolers and teachers alike enjoy the shamrock green, the funny hats, and leprechaun lore. It’s an exciting holiday to celebrate spring coming and the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! To help celebrate St. Patrick’s, here are three craft projects for […]
Cold day? Fun Indoor Preschool Games!
Despite all your winter clothing, hats, mittens, and boots, some days are just too cold to be outdoors. Spending another cold day indoors may leave your preschooler feeling restless. Interacting with different indoor preschool games will help chase away the boredoms. Fun Indoor Games for Your Preschooler Fun preschool games are a great way to spend a […]
Indoor Games to Play with your Preschooler on a Rainy Day
.Being stuck indoors on a rainy day does not need to be boring. Use rainy days as a way to spend quality time with your preschooler. Interacting with your child with age appropriate games is both a learning opportunity and a fun time. Bottle Bowling Bottle Bowling is a fun, indoor game. Clear an […]