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Making the Most of the Movable Alphabet

The movable alphabet is an excellent tool that the Montessori School utilizes once children start to master consonant and vowel sounds. A child will use a box of sorted lowercase red (consonants) and blue (vowels) letters to begin to phonetically sound and spell out words on a defined space. This is an excellent tool for …

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What To Expect from a Montessori School

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A Montessori Perspective

A Montessori classroom is where children can problem solve, grappling with real life issues, while pursuing their own interests. A Montessori child will work in small groups, or “teams”, negotiating their roles and determining the best course of action. They are learning how to work with other’s strengths and weaknesses. They are learning how to assess themselves and how to acquire …

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STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT IN A CHILD

NORMALIZATION ABSORBENT MIND Montessori described the young child’s behavior of effortlessly assimilating the sensorial stimuli of his or her environment, including information from the senses, language, culture, and the development  of concepts with the term “absorbent mind”  She believe that this time is a power unique to the first plane, and that it fades as …

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Prince George Enrolls In Montessori Preschool

The hundred-year-old Montessori method of individualized study was chosen by Prince George’s parents, William and Kate, for his pre-school education. Prince George follows an impressive class of Montessori alumni that includes Beyonce, Taylor Swift, George Clooney, Google founders Larry Page and Sergei Brin, Amazon creator Jeff Bezos, chef Julia Child—and the Prince and Princess themselves, …

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