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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 […]

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Teaching a Global Perspective Even from a very young age, Montessori children are taught geography through the lens […]

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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 […]

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5 Ways Montessori Appeals to the Senses

Learning with all our senses involved allows us to have a fuller, richer experience.  Montessori classrooms strive to […]

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How to Handle Challenging Behaviors

This post goes out to the frustrated parents.  (So, all of us at some point!)   Challenging behavior […]

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Look for the Helpers

Like you, we were horrified listening to the news this morning and learning about the mosque shootings in […]

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A Peek Inside a Montessori Classroom

“Inside Montessori” is releasing a full-length documentary later this year, which will spotlight several Montessori schools across the […]

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Book List: Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, and it seems as fitting a time as any for us to share […]

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In Honor of Montessori Week: What Montessori is Not

Montessori Week: Helping share what we all love about Montessori Education This week is the annual Montessori Week; […]

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Technology & the Montessori Classroom

Believe it or not, the concept of technology in Montessori classrooms is a rather controversial one.  On one […]

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Why are SCISSORS in the classroom???

On tours, parents of young children will frequently ask, “Why are the scissors out on the table?”  Or, […]

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Montessori Motivation

We are often amazed at the capabilities of Montessori children.  They bounce home from school each day excited […]

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Logical and Natural Consequences

Raising children is a beautiful, surprising, heart-warming, and challenging adventure.  But what’s the best way to navigate through […]

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Book Recommendations for Black History Month

February is Black History Month It’s never too early to begin teaching our children about black history.  One […]

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Montessori Basics: Observation

  Montessori classrooms rely heavily on the art of observation.  You may see it in action some time, […]

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