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Five Steps Parents Can Take to Protect Their Youngster from COVID


Parents face a unique struggle with COVID-19. It’s one thing to keep yourself clean and away from the virus, but it’s another thing to apply those measures to your energetic and innocent...
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Waldorf vs. Montessori Preschools


Every preschool promises to give your child an early-life advantage, and most schools are able to deliver on this promise. However, the type of educational philosophy that you choose for your child...
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The Montessori Pedagogy


Pedagogy is an approach to teaching. A school’s pedagogy typically includes a theory of learning and a plan to incorporate that philosophy into lesson plans. Developed in the early 1900s, the...
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Montessori School Curriculum: The Basics


The Montessori method isn’t as complicated as you might think. This educational approach models real-life experiences and teaches a child the skills they will need to succeed in their daily...
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5 Benefits of a Montessori Education


The Montessori Method is founded on the idea that children love to learn. When you enroll your child in a Montessori school, you are providing a variety of advantages that apply to every aspect of...
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10 Facts About Montessori Schools


How much do you know about the Montessori Method? Whether you’re new to the Montessori method or have enrolled your child in a Montessori school since they were very young, some of the facts on...
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What Your Child Does at Montessori School


When you think about their child’s education, you probably think about grades, academic programs, and faculty qualifications. But from the child’s point of view, an education is made up...
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Why Montessori Kids Have a Head Start in Elementary School


The goal of early education is to provide a solid foundation for your child. Montessori preschools and kindergartens offer a unique educational environment that can give your child the tools they...
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The Neurology of Montessori for Brain Development


Maria Montessori opened her first classroom in 1907. At the time, her educational theories were based on study and observation. Now, more than a century after her first day of class, scientific...
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Daycare or Montessori?


For parents who have work or other obligations, childcare can become a necessity long before your child is old enough for a traditional school. The early developmental years are important, and...
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