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  • When searching for your child’s first school, independence should be top of your list
    Academics and social-emotional skills may be top of mind when searching for a preschool, but finding a program that specifically builds your child’s independence will be key for future learning. Why? In order to be effective, education must work with the ways a child naturally develops. Independence is a developmental need, and fostering it is essential to… Continue reading
  • Grace & Courtesy
     “Why is it essential to foster grace and courtesy in children?” Grace and courtesy are critical to the success of the Montessori method. We know that kids may not always do what we say, but they definitely “do what we do”. Your child will emulate your behavior, whether it’s manners, personal responsibility, or tidiness, and… Continue reading
  • The Absorbent Mind
    All that we ourselves are has been made by the child, by the child we were in the first two years of  our lives Maria Montessori Have you ever wondered how children learn their mother tongue? Without anyone teaching them vocabulary, grammar, or syntaxes, children pick up more than one language with ease. How do… Continue reading
  • Practical life
    The purpose and aim of practical life lessons is to help children gain control in coordination in their movement, gain independence, acquire self-confidence, and adapt to society. Majority of the materials in this area are something they have already seen or used. This area naturally draws attention in a child’s mind. Practical Life increases the… Continue reading
  • Your preschool search: the importance of finding the right teaching method
    You will find many childcare providers who describe their program as a school rather than a daycare. Is this just marketing, or is there actually a difference? In short, there is a big difference!
  • From school to home: why so many parents adopt a Montessori lifestyle
    Founded upon child development, Montessori often serves as a “parent manual” for how to raise joyful, capable children
  • Transitioning your toddler to a Montessori preschool
    So you’ve enrolled in a Montessori preschool. Now what? This guide covers everything you need to know about your child’s transition to the Children’s House, designed for ages 3-6.
  • Your child’s imagination: why Montessori educators nurture it with real-world experience
    There’s a misconception that Montessori discourages the imagination during the early years. It is more accurate to say that Montessori is patient with the development of this high-level cognitive skill that develops in stages.