Montessori 3-6

Montessori 3-6

Second Stage Second Stage: Montessori 3-6 Children between the age of birth and six possess an “absorbent mind”. This almost genius capacity for mental absorption enables them to learn their native tongue, to perfect movement and internalise order. Maria Montessori...
Montessori 0 – 3

Montessori 0 – 3

First Stage First Stage: Montessori 0-3 The first three years of life are the most fundamental in the development of human beings and their potential. The infant’s physical development is phenomenal and apparent and inspires our care and attention. Yet a...
Unsolicited Evaluation is the Enemy of Creativity

Unsolicited Evaluation is the Enemy of Creativity

Non-Directive Creativity blossoms in a non-controlling, non-judgmental environment. Children’s creativity has declined over the past two or three decades, a period during which children’s lives, both in and out of school, have become increasingly controlled and...
A Montessori Approach to Toileting

A Montessori Approach to Toileting

What is Montessori about? What are we trying to do as educators? “Follow the child.” “Give the child the independence on the levels they can handle.” The parent and teacher are there to assist the child. The Montessori Teacher trained at the 0-3 level is called the...
Five Reasons to Stop Saying “Good Job!”

Five Reasons to Stop Saying “Good Job!”

It Doesnt assure the children NOTE: An abridged version of this article was published in Parents magazine in May 2000 with the title “Hooked on Praise.” For a more detailed look at the issues discussed here — as well as a comprehensive list of citations to relevant...
Summer Camp time!
It is finally Summertime and because of COVID-19, we have modified our existing summer program to be more inclusive and educational for our “new normal”.
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