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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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Montessori Education for Your Child’s Future

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Education through Natural Learning: The Montessori Method

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What To Expect from a Montessori School

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Misconceptions About Montessori Schools

  Common Misconceptions That are Not True   1.  Montessori is just for preschool children 2.  Montessori is just for special learners – gifted or special needs 3.  Montessori schools are religious 4.  Montessori is just for the rich 5.  Children in Montessori classrooms are relatively unsupervised and can do whatever they want 6.  Montessori …

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Choosing the Right Pre-school for Your Child

The key to choosing the proper Pre-school for your child to going into the process prepared.  Yes, prepared with a solid idea of what your want your child to gain from his or her pre-school experience.  You need to look at educational philosophies that would best fit your child.  At Montessori Preparatory School we educate the …

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MONTESSORI FROM A CHILD’S PERSPECTIVE

At Montessori School, we learn different kinds of math and language.  Also, we learn how to be peaceful.  If you are peaceful, you have an easier life.  These are some of the things that you learn at Montessori Preparatory School. We learn at Montessori Preparatory School, that if someone falls down we help them up.  …

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Concrete to Abstract: Montessori Method

  In a Montessori environment, children learn by exploring and manipulating specially designed materials. Each material teaches one concept or skill at a time, and lays a foundation from which students can comprehend increasingly abstract ideas. Children work with materials at their own pace, repeating an exercise until it is mastered. The teacher may gently …

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