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Tomorrow’s Child – September, 2019

Tomorrow’s Child – September, 2019

Evolving into an All Day Montessori Program: How are we doing?

Lisa Wagoner The Montessori School of Winston-Salem, NC In a previous issue of Tomorrow’s Child (Back to School/ 2002), I had written about our school’s decision to implement an All Day Montessori program at the 3-6 level this year.  Our school year began in August, and in a few short months, we have already seen […]

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What do Montessori children do in all day Montessori programs?

hat do Montessori children do all day? Simple. They do what they feel like doing, within the same reasonable limits that define the culture of the classrooms in the morning. When they are hungry, they eat. When tired, they sleep. They may read, write, paint or draw. They may work in the garden, watch the […]

We Are Pleased To Announce That Tanya Ryskind, J.d. Will Be Joining NewGate School In July As Associate Head Of School

We Are Pleased To Announce That Tanya Ryskind, J.d. Will Be Joining NewGate School In July As Associate Head Of School

Montessori Foundation’s Lab school hires new Associate Head of School Recently, the Montessori Foundation had the opportunity to engage in a search for an AHOS for the NewGate School (NGS) in Sarasota, Florida. While this is a service we often coach schools through, we don’t often have the need to do it for our lab […]

The Montessori Checkerboard for Long Multiplication

The Montessori Checkerboard for Long Multiplication

The Multiplication Checkerboard is one of the most popular materials in most elementary Montessori classrooms. The colorful checkerboard materials are a step up the ladder of abstraction in the Montessori math curriculum. Think back to your own years in school. Did you ever really understand what is going on in long-multiplication? Oh, you probably memorized your multiplication tables [like […]

How to Help Your Child  Develop Executive Functioning Skills

How to Help Your Child Develop Executive Functioning Skills

In essence, the brain’s executive functions allow us to plan, organize, and complete tasks. Montessori would not have recognized the term, yet most of her activities are tailor-made for these higher-brain processes. Infants, as young as seven months, start to exercise these cognitive skills with simple games like peekaboo or hiding a toy under a […]