1. Montessori Lunch Time

    When your kiddos are at home, lunch can take a variety of forms. From picnics outside to eating at the kitchen table or in the living room, lunch is a great opportunity for our children to begin winding down before an afternoon nap. Often times you will notice at daycares and schools the youngest ar…Read More

  2. TURNING A NEW LEAF: 1ST DAY AT A NEW SCHOOL

    Relationship Building For The New Children at School As adults, we sometimes forget how difficult it is for a child to go to a new school. They have to go by themselves to a new school, a new classroom, and to have to try to form a whole new group of friends. For many children there is a lot of anxi…Read More

  3. SKILLS & UNDERSTANDING: BY AGE 6

    Examples of what our typical 6-year-old can do after 3 years at PVMA (i.e., at the end of Kindergarten)   Social, motor & practical life skills  Has acquired strong social skills – can interact gracefully with other children and adults; uses language to communicate her needs and feeling…Read More