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10 Titles for Summer Vacation

Looking for some summer-themed titles?  Whether you’re heading to the beach, to the in-laws, on a road trip, […]

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Montessori Principles in the Workplace?

Very often, we hear parents discuss how much they love Montessori principles – for their young children.  We […]

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Should We Be Teaching Computer Coding?

Technology in the classroom is a polarizing topic in education right now.  On tours with prospective preschool parents, […]

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Montessori Basics: Sensitive Periods

“A child learns to adjust himself and make acquisitions in his sensitive periods. These are like a beam […]

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Where Art and Nature Meet: Elementary Camp Week One

This week in our Elementary Camp, the focus is on the intersection between Nature and Art.  On Tuesday, […]

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A Montessori Mini-Dictionary

Dr. Maria Montessori created her methodology over a century ago, and those of us who study her work […]

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Summer Camp: Needs more Sunscreen!

Wheaton Montessori School’s Summer Camps begin on Monday, June 3rd!  We’ll be spending quite a bit of time […]

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Parent Perspective: A Mother’s Thoughts on 9th Grade

Staying for the Entire Adolescent Program After the 13 years (and counting!) that my kids have been at […]

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Two Moveable Alphabets, 3 Rugs, 36 Words.

  Team work between classmates is a beautiful thing!  

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Booklist: Chapter Books!

Whether your four or five-year-old is ready for some longer read-alouds at bedtime, or your elementary-aged child has […]

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Parent Perspective: A Father’s Thoughts on 9th Grade

When Tracy and I enrolled our daughter Scout in the Wheaton Montessori Junior High program, it seemed apparent […]

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Elementary Camping Trip to Springfield and Cahokia

  When we originally posted this picture on Facebook, we had a really great comment posted by Eric […]

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Preventing Math Anxiety

Researchers from the University of Cambridge recently released a report following their study of math anxiety in primary […]

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Math in the Primary Classroom: Ten Squared

  At Parent Discovery Nights and during tours, parents are consistently amazed at the math that students are […]

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Author Spotlight: Mo Willems

Mo Willems: you either already know and love this author, or you know and love this author’s work […]

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