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7 Ways a Montessori Education Can Help Your Child Succeed

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What To Expect from a Montessori School

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The Prepared Home and Environment—Learning from Montessori Teaching

The Montessori classroom is thoughtfully constructed to facilitate a classroom culture filled with curiosity and confidence. This structure is called the “Prepared Classroom,” but this prepared environment can be recreated for your child, at any age, and at home too! What surrounds a child, especially in the first five years of life, will directly affect …

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The Self-Corrective Classroom

In the Montessori classroom children have the freedom to explore at their own pace—working on the skills they wish to sharpen. But how do students actually learn these skills when their teacher is not continually with them, telling them if what they’re doing is correct or not? That is the beauty of the Montessori classroom—it …

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Real Statistics About Montessori Schools and Student Learning

                                                                                                                                            A psychology professor at the University of Virginia, Dr. Angelina Lillard, researched and documented that Montessori students EXCEL in academic and social arenas. It more so motivates children to read, analyze, synthesize, compare, contrast, categorize, and extrapolate within all subjects of the curriculum.  She concluded the Montessori students have: *more interest in …

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The Benefits of an Early Start in Montessori Education

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What is… The Three Period Lesson?

If you have spent any time at a Montessori school, you have probably heard teachers speak of the “three-period lesson,” but what exactly is it? The three-period lesson is a concept so central to Montessori teaching, we very often forget that to an outsider this language is just gibberish. So here it is, the three-period …

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Why Do Toddlers Dump Everything?

Have you ever watched a toddler walk into a pristinely organized room and joyously proceed to dump everything off shelves and out of buckets? It’s probably a familiar image if you have young children or have spent any time around them, but why do toddlers do it? Looking through the Montessori lens might help us …

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