The Montessori Method and the Reggio Emilia approach are two educational philosophies that many classrooms combine. But how does one blend these two different theories, and what are the results?Read More
Grace and courtesy, part of Montessori’s peace education initiative, are among the most important values that the Montessori education curriculum aims to teach students. Learning how to act with elegance and poise when interacting with other individuals has the potential to set students up for lifelong success.Read More
As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, languages and cultures are coming together from across the globe, and are playing a crucial role in areas such as business and international relations. Learning and knowing multiple languages, in other words being bilingual, can provide a plethora of benefits. Instilling a second, or even third, language in a child at a young age, can work to spur lifelong success. There are two areas in which children who know multiple languages see benefits: in knowledge, and career success.
The Montessori educational experience focuses on creating an intellectually engaging environment for our children. Children take part in a variety of activities that enable them to learn the basics, such as shapes, colors and numbers, as well as more complex skills such as increasing their vocabularies. Children also learn team building skills and independence. However, in order to gain the most out of the Montessori experience, there are several simple activities that you as a parent can do at home with your child, in order to further their Montessori education.