By Stacy Burnett A few weeks ago I attended a discussion session on how to best support a self-directed child at home (more to come on this important topic in a future post). Interestingly enough, this […]
by Audrey Butters With the holiday season upon us, we wanted to share some Montessori-inspired gift ideas for children. If you’re anything like me, you have more than enough toys […]
By Stacy Burnett “It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” -Mother Teresa In the spirit of giving this holiday season, our family has decided to […]
By Stacy Burnett Conflicts, between parent/child, peers and siblings, are a daily occurrence. These disagreements are a natural part of the human experience. Finding a consistently peaceful way to resolve them […]
Maria Montessori found that children up to age 6 need a very strong foundation in reality. They absorb their environment as a way to understand the world, and when fantasy […]
Not all Montessori schools are the same. Any school can call itself a Montessori school, regardless of the methods or materials. More on AMI here.