…”I work very hard to make sure there is at least an attempt at an action step so that children learn that in order to truly get what they want or need, and to do so from a place of strength rather than weakness, they usually have to do something about it. Wanting it, telling about it, or reporting about it usually are not enough.”
Head Teacher & Montessori Guide
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.
Welcome back! The solar eclipse was the highlight!
The Upper Elementary classroom is one of the most impacted by the BMS construction- reduced to a small space while a larger room is built next door, and not accessible by the usual routes.… 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
There has been a lot of talk about norovirus in the news. Here is what you should look for- be sure to call your doctor if you see any of these symptoms:… 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
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
Cold Soups: A Savory and a Sweet Who thought that soups are just for the winter? As the warm spring weather approaches, nothing like some refreshing cold soups that can be made… Read More