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.
Knowledge is power. Once you understand the seven traits of a true, authentic Montessori education, be proactive and ask direct questions when researching schools for your child. Be wary of schools that won’t answer these questions directly.
Please help us give a warm welcome to Gail Pruitt Hall, who is joining us this year as Head of School!
Kisha and Shelby, long time assistants in the Toddler and Infant Communities, respectively, are headed to Denver this week. There, they will both begin their AMI Assistants to Infancy training at The… Read More
We had quite an event happen. About a year ago, I read the book The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt. I read this book aloud (it’s a picture book… Read More
We received this now cherished thank you note from a ‘neighbor’ after our LOVE Your Community event. One of the take-aways from our event last month was a card and gem stone… Read More
It is with great excitement that we announce the opening of a new Infant classroom at Bergamo Montessori School on Pocket Road in September!
Our very own Primary guide, Catlyn LeGault, is publishing her first children’s book! The launch party is Sunday, March 5th, in Davis. “The Princess and the Sunflowers” features a princess who struggles… Read More