On December 13th, 2017, Tim Seldin led a conversation on the topic of one aspect of creating deeper parent engagement through a Parent Ambassador program. A Parent Ambassador is any parent who gives his or her time and talent to support the efforts of the school in welcoming new parents, providing a current parent‘s […]
There are so many experiences that grandparents can provide for their grandchildren that don’t involve technology, theme parks, expensive toys, etc. Duna provides easy and fun suggestions for grandparents when the grandchildren are around!
Do you ever scratch your head and wonder what kinds of gifts would be the most meaningful to the youngest receivers to the oldest receivers in your life? Do you dread traveling during the holidays? Are you frustrated because your children are acting out at the worst times ever during the holidays? Lorna McGrath shares […]
Kelly Johnson, a Montessori trained elementary guide, artist, author, and nature enthusiast, shares ideas and experiences for young children and their families to do together!
This session is filled with great ideas for families to spend time together in nature to receive the “gift of togetherness” as well as give it to others.
e are fast approaching the holiday season. For all you grandparents out there trying to figure out the biggest, shiniest or most expensive ‘thing’ you can purchase, please, PAUSE, take a step back and try to remember that the best gift for a Montessori child has real meaning. Last year my granddaughter, Blakely, received the […]
rowing up I had the wonderful fortune of living in three different countries; I suppose having this exposure early in my childhood life sparked a healthy interest in diverse cultures, traditions, food, and language. Fast forward to today! We live in a sunny paradise called Sarasota, a city located in the Southwest coast of Florida […]
ve never gotten a present from Santa Claus,” said Iliana, my 12-year-old seatmate on an east coast flight. ”My parents thought I should only be given verifiable facts. They told me there is no veracity in Santa Claus.” ”It’s too bad that no one ever told your parents about the Secret of Santa Claus. When […]
Tomorrow’s Child Magazine is always looking for inspiring stories to share with readers. Has your school done an amazing charitable work, artwork, fund-raising, outdoor play scape building, interesting theatre production, had a great moving up ceremony? Did you capture it on video or take photos? Do you do something special with your schools’ grandparents? Hearing […]
In Memoriam ith the recent passing of Musya Meyer, the Montessori community lost an educator who loved to share her love of nature and multi-cultural celebrations with thousands of children and parents. Musya was the founding head of Hudson Montessori Schools in New Rochelle, NY and Danbury, CT. Her son, Mark Meyer, and his wife, […]
ost schools will either run an annual fund or an annual special fundraising event. The most successful schools do both and have learned how to do them well with minimal stress. A successful silent auction is usually the key to the success of fundraising event. In this article, I’m going to tell you not only […]
ur thanks to Zach Hagopian and our friends at Accelevents for permission to share this list. Accelevents is a company that offers online software to handle silent auctions and raffles. HTTP://WWW.ACCELEVENTS.COM So you’ve decided to use a silent auction at your fundraiser. You may have even identified a MOBILE FUNDRAISING platform to expand your reach […]