Archive for the ‘Montessori Lessons’ Category

The Academic Link to Montessori’s Practical Life Lessons

As this wonderful year is beginning to unfold, it is time to remind ourselves, as Montessori educators and parents, how important it is to prepare.

At What Age Should a Child Begin Preschool?

The Benefits of Beginning Preschool at An Early Age. Beginning from birth, a child is like a sponge, absorbing stunning amounts of knowledge from his.

Grace and Courtesy Magic

Maria Montessori introduced the exercise in Grace and Courtesy as she observed a young child’s need for order.  “Montessori education includes explicit instruction on social.

The Mathematical Mind of a Child

“Children display a universal love of mathematics, which is par excellence the science of precision, order, and intelligence.” E.M. Standing: Maria Montessori: Her Life and.

My Child Does the Moveable Alphabet? What is that?

Phonemic awareness is an important process in learning to read and spell. Phonemic awareness enables children to hear, identify, and manipulate small units of sound.

Busy Busy Days

The Montessori method strives to arouse the child’s interest; to stimulate, and to provide an individualized learning atmosphere. This is the “Prepared Environment” which invites.