A Montessori work cycle is an uninterrupted block of time. During this time children are able to explore the prepared environment and engage with materials of their own choosing. The time is meant to give them opportunities to enjoy the work they love, while also cultivating basic life skills.
Head Teacher and Montessori Guide
This week at the Pocket Campus, our Elementary classes are quite lucky to host a dear visitor, Maryse Lepoutre-Postelwaite!
Pocket campus parent Joanna Hedrick is creating quite a joyful stir on social media with her spontaneous raked-leaf patterns at the Sacramento State campus.
Please pardon the sub-par phone pics. The usual giant DSLR can be off-putting for newbies, and we certainly didn’t want to upset these on their first day!
Wendy Tye (Upper Elementary Guide) and Matt Hillis (Executive Director) serve as Bergamo Montessori’s representation on the world stage as AMI Bold Goal gathers this weekend in Seattle.
It’s not easy to be a Montessori parent. But, 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.
Please help us give a warm welcome to Gail Pruitt Hall, who is joining us this year as Head of School! Get to Know… Gail!: Hometown — Harlan, KY How did you… Read More
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
BMS Parent, Nicola Fontaine, became aware of the organization Water for People when her company raised money for them. She shared what she learned with her primary-aged daughter… “I told Vienna about… Read More
From a recent correspondance: Dear Affiliates, We are writing to inform you that the school, The Montessori Place, in East Sussex, England will be starting a Montessori Adolescent Programme in September 2017.… Read More