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What Is Some Of The Montessori Curriculum


When Maria Montessori began espousing her observation-based Montessori Educational Method in the early 20th century, her methods were encouraged with enthusiasm until about 1915, when the worm...
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Maria Montessori: History And Her Life


Dr. Maria Montessori, born in 1870 in a little town in Italy, became a barrier-busting force of nature long before she developed the Montessori Method of Education for which she is most famous....
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Ways Kids Can Get Involved After School


The school day may end at 3 p.m., but children learn and play all day long. It’s always a struggle to figure out how to fill those late afternoon hours safely and productively, and dual-working...
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4 Steps To Prepare Your Older Child For A New Sibling


There’s a new baby coming! Everyone in the family is excited–except, perhaps, your older children. Depending on their ages, they may be oblivious to the impending event, excited to have a...
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Sharing Is Caring: How To Teach Your Child To Share


When your children are kicking, biting, and pulling each other’s hair over ownership of a plastic toy, it’s hard to imagine that they’ll ever learn to share. But sharing, like so...
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6 Ways To Ease Separation Anxiety


Whether it’s the first day at daycare or the first day at school, a little crying is expected. Every child experiences some sort of separation anxiety in the early years. In actuality,...
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5 Tips For A Healthy Parent-Teacher Partnership


Depending on classroom size and grade, teachers may be in charge of tens to hundreds of students every day. Yet every teacher knows that effective communication with the parents of those children is...
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7 Steps To Raising An Avid Reader


An avid reader of non-fiction adores learning and accumulating information. An avid reader of fiction is someone who loves story, narrative, and the subtleties of language. Both develop large...
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No Whining Allowed: How To Nip The Habit In The Bud


There will likely come an unwelcome moment when your child’s articulation of the word “Mommy” turns into “Mommeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,” often spoken while he’s...
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10 Signs That Your Child Is Ready For First Grade


The transition to first grade can be a jarring change for any child. What happened to nap time? Play time? The reading circle? In the grade-school classroom, all that is swept away in exchange for...
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