Self-regulation is difficult for very young children, but most kids have developed enough to begin learning the importance of self-regulation by the time they enter private kindergarten. Prior to that age, their brains have not yet developed the skills and critical thinking abilities for self-regulation. Once they have, the benefits are numerous and include things […]
Your child’s private kindergarten is dedicated to the total development of a child’s mind, body, academic, and social skills. To this end, Maria Montessori made Grace and Courtesy a cornerstone of the Montessori Method. Her observations led to the belief that children are as deserving of praise, courtesy, and respect as anyone else, and that […]
An authentic Montessori private kindergarten is a unique educational environment. The room is divided into areas intended to support a specific type of education, but there is also plenty of room for mixing subjects and work areas. And unlike traditional public kindergarten, children are encouraged to move relatively freely around the classroom, moving on to […]
The primary goal of a Montessori private kindergarten is to equip children for positive roles in their future and community. Before this can happen, children have to develop key social skills and build the self-esteem necessary to assume leadership responsibilities. Unlike traditional public schools, this type of education is an integral part of the Montessori […]
Montessori is a different sort of private kindergarten, based on the observations and research of Maria Montessori in the early 1900s. It uses self-guided, self-correcting materials that children are able to manipulate physically. There are 5 core components to the Montessori Method, but it helps to understand their purposes if we break them down into […]
Forgiveness is an abstract concept that children begin to grasp around the time they enter private kindergarten. Learning to forgive other kids, forgive relatives, and forgive people they meet. It is important for developing social etiquette and learning to interact with others. These simple activities will help children learn about forgiveness and why it is […]
One of the primary goals of private kindergarten is the development of crucial developmental skills. Among these, and one of the most important aspects of early education, are fine motor skills. Once we understand exactly what fine motor skills are, it is easy to recognize how many ordinary activities are helping that particular skill develop.
An authentic Montessori private kindergarten has a single objective: To help children achieve their fullest potential. Through the Montessori Method, children learn academic subjects, gain experience with practical life skills, build self-esteem, and discover they are a valuable part of their class, family, and community.
One of the key components of private kindergarten education is the building of self-esteem and personal worth. This is accomplished through positive reinforcement and participation in activities that help your daughter maximize her strengths and learn to be positive about her accomplishments.
By the time she enters private kindergarten, your daughter is already developing critical self-awareness skills such as confidence, inclusion, and self-esteem. You can encourage her in developing these skills with a few afternoon activities that require personal responsibility. Pet Care Giving your private kindergarten student the task of providing food and water to the family […]
The primary difference between authentic Montessori private kindergarten and traditional public school settings is simple. Public schools focus on educating children as a group, while your Montessori kindergarten educates every child as an individual. The Montessori Method creates a child-centered environment where your child will be encouraged to learn and discover at the pace which […]
The private kindergarten might be your child’s first exposure to a humanly diverse world. As such, it is important that children learn inclusion and acceptance of things that are different. By contrast, many public schools take the approach of ignoring cultural diversity altogether, which avoids important lessons for social interaction. Embracing Diversity in Private Kindergarten […]