What do the older five and six-year-old children get out of staying in Montessori? Although not as intuitively obvious, the benefits of keeping your child in Montessori for “Kindergarten” are even more compelling – and will have profound effects on your child’s social, emotional, and academic development.
You may already know a bit about the Montessori work period, also known as the work cycle. What exactly is it, and why is it so important?
If you do these six things when your child moves up to Elementary, you will help your child’s transition to this new and exciting period of her life.
The Lower Elementary classes delivered handmade Valentine’s to the local elder community, and sang them sweet songs…
The older Primary children had a wonderful time visiting with the residents at Primrose on Valentine’s Day. The children made special Valentine cards to pass out to the residents. The children were… Read More
Presented by Elise Arevalo, M.Ed., LMT March 3, 10, 17 (Mondays) 2:30 to 4:00pm The Family Room at Bergamo Montessori School Ages birth to 12 months Sign Up! Learn to give Infant… Read More
by Peter Davidson, reposted from MariaMontessori.com I recently visited a Montessori school in Arizona and had the opportunity to observe in the toddler classroom. On this particular morning there were eight children… Read More
by Heike Larson, reposted from MariaMontessori.com “It is the child who makes the man, and no man exists who was not made by the child he once was.”—Dr. Maria Montessori Last May,… Read More