“Grace & Courtesy” is an integral part of the Montessori curriculum, beginning in the early childhood classrooms and continuing through the elementary levels. The name is almost a misnomer because it gives the impression of being rooted in politeness (which […]
“…but I know happiness does not come with things. It can come from work and pride in what you do.” ~ Ghandi
Water is always of high interest in the Montessori Toddler Classroom. A toddler who is learning to wash their hands, how to pour water from a pitcher, or free playing with a variety of tools is also discovering comfort, excitement […]
Another installment in our Parent Education Series: Montessori Mornings with Nancy Rose. Last week Nancy discussed The Language of Encouragement and how subtle differences in communicating with your child can build confidence organically. Want to catch up on previous chats? View […]
The power of a Toddler is an impressive thing. They possess a fierce desire to do and discover things for themselves, all while needing constant reassurance that they are safe. As a Montessori teacher, the dance of independence takes place […]
As we prepare for our Fall Open House, we love looking back at this amazing video created by our friends at Blueflash Photography. We create a student experience that builds independence and offers hands-on learning experiences at every level.
The beauty (and intrigue) of Montessori materials…
Yesterday, two Lower Elementary students were doing some work in the hallway outside of the kitchen. Abby was reading aloud the story of the coming of life on earth while Ella unrolled The