1. Responses To Montessori Education Criticism You Might Have Heard

    As beneficial as it has been to millions and millions of kids over the past 100 years, there are some detractors of the Montessori method. After all, whenever something is popular there are always going to be some who try to find something wrong with it, whether they believe it or they’re just try…Read More

  2. What Does It Take To Be A Montessori Teacher?

      “What does it take to be a Montessori teacher?” When you take a look at the title of this blog, it can certainly be read in two very specific ways. First, a person could read it in the technical way: what legal requirements must be satisfied in order to become a Montessori educator? What …Read More

  3. 6 More Myths About Montessori Education, Debunked!

    What is it about Montessori that makes it so misunderstood? In our previous blog we took a look at seven of the biggest myths that surround this amazing type of early childhood education. First we discussed the seemingly-chaotic nature of a Montessori preschool and toddler classroom, and revealed th…Read More

  4. WHO IS MARIA MONTESSORI?

    Who is Maria Montessori? The greatest sign of success for a teacher... is to be able to say, "The children are now working as if I did not exist."  - Maria Montessori   Maria Montessori was born in Italy on August 31, 1870. She was born to a well-respected family and was expected to grow up t…Read More

  5. TOP 5 REASONS WHY MONTESSORI WORKS!

    Why Montessori School? We love this post written by Ann Pilzner, advocate for Montessori and Montessori parent, and wanted to share with you her top five reasons why Montessori works - five reasons of many! Source: http://montessorirocks.org/top-5-reasons-why-montessori-works/ As a Montessori paren…Read More

  6. 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

  7. HOW WE MONTESSORI: INFANT

    The Prepared Environment A child’s early years are a time of great sensitivity to bonding in order to establish trust in the world; as well as language, order, sensorial impressions, and development of coordinated movement, both fine- and gross-motor. Each of our Infant rooms supports the child’…Read More