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?
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
Our school opened in 1975 with one preschool/kindergarten classroom of 17 children in rented space at a local church. Over the past 42 years we have grown, slowly, to 3 different campuses… Read More
Posted with permission from Jennifer Denzel, author of this article, parent of two Bergamo students, and Gentle Sleep Coach. If I had a dollar for every time I have heard a parent… Read More
Jennifer Denzel, a Gentle Sleep Coach and parent of two Bergamo students, will be offering a sleep workshop to our Primary and Toddler families at the morning Coffee Chat on May 2nd!… Read More
“There’s something I have said so often to my children that now they chant it back to me: “You can do hard things.” I sent my kids to a Montessori preschool, and… 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
David Ayer • The Montessori Observer (reposted from MariaMontessori.com) Dr. Angeline Lillard, professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia, author of Montessori: The Science Behind the Genius, as well as several… Read More