Archive for: April, 2019
Large Scale Art in the Elementary Classroom
Painting on a Large (Glass) Canvas Several of our Upper Elementary students have made every morning more beautiful, […]
Valued Co-Workers Working Collaboratively
In a Montessori classroom children celebrate the accomplishments of others. These two girls feel a sense of personal triumph […]
Chores: They’re Good for Your Kids!
Chores: the word has such a negative connotation. But does it need to be that way? Do […]
Helping a Classmate: It’s help! Not Cheating!
In the picture below, we see Jack, an elder statesman in Mrs. Rogers’s classroom, is helping his younger […]
Teaching a Global Perspective Even from a very young age, Montessori children are taught geography through the lens […]
How to Build a Better Lunch
Lunch. It’s something we enjoy every day, and if your child is at school you’re likely packing […]
Talking With Your Children about “Momo” and Other Online Activities
We are publishing a recent email from our Elementary teachers, Mrs. Fortun and Ms. Searcy. While the email […]
Montessori Basics: What is Grace and Courtesy?
If you are just beginning to learn about Montessori education, you’ve probably heard the phrase grace and courtesy. […]