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Can Montessori Classrooms Accommodate Children with Special Needs?

Can Montessori Classrooms Accommodate Children with Special Needs?

An increasing number of families are looking for options for the inclusion of a special needs child into a typical classroom environment. In this session we’ll discuss the pros and cons associated with a Montessori classroom including class sizes, materials, student independence, multi-age classrooms, school resources and other factors relevant to children who have failed […]

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire

Have you ever caught your child lying? It would really be surprising if you said no. Lying is part of growing up. Thomas W. Phelan, Ph.D., author of 1-2-3 Magic Parenting™ broke down the probability of lying into age groups, as follows: ♣ 2-year olds:  20% ♣ 3-year-olds:  50% ♣ 4-year-olds:  90% ♣ 16-year-olds:  70% […]

Stopping the Constant Sibling Squabbles 

Stopping the Constant Sibling Squabbles 

A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR  As the grandmother of two boys (15 months apart in age), I have seen that the outcomes of minor squabbles can escalate at an alarming rate and turn into a physical battle, usually over a toy or a Pokemon™ card. Sometimes the most practical response by the adult in the room […]

Second Language Goals, Montessori Methods

Second Language Goals, Montessori Methods

          by M. J. Rosanova, Ph.D. The Montessori Bilingual Institute (MOBI) The children are playing outside. I can hear them outside my window. They’re singing and calling out to each other in Japanese. No, our school isn’t located in Japan. InterCultura Montessori is located in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb of […]

Can Montessori Classrooms Accommodate Children with Special Needs?

Webinar: Why Stay in Montessori? A Parent to Parent Chat

Join Lorna McGrath and Tanya Ryskind who are both parents of young people who spent much of their time, from toddlers to teens, in Montessori schools. They’re putting their Montessori hats slightly to the side and bringing their parent hats to the forefront to share their experiences, concerns, and reasons for staying with Montessori for […]

Book Review: Half Upon A Time

Book Review: Half Upon A Time

Half Upon A Time By James Riley This book is a chapter book for eight to twelve-year-olds. There are three main characters in this book, much like Harry Potter. Their names are Jack, May, and Philip. This story is loosely based on Jack and the Beanstalk and Snow White. Jack is a poor farm boy […]

Book Review: Love That Dog

Book Review: Love That Dog

Love That Dog By Sharon Creech This book would be great for ages eight to twelve. The book is written like a journal. It is from the boy’s point of view. He is in an elementary class and the class is doing a unit on poetry. Jack’s teacher reads poetry to the class. He thinks […]

Book Review: “Geek Parenting: What Joffrey, Jor-El, Malficent, and the McFlys Teach Us about Raising a Family

Book Review: “Geek Parenting: What Joffrey, Jor-El, Malficent, and the McFlys Teach Us about Raising a Family

Written by Stephen H. Segal and Valya Dudycz Lupescu Reviewed by Joyce St. Giermaine As Editor of Tomorrow’s Child, I often get unsolicited books and educational resources to review. Usually, I pass them along to somebody who is a real, certified, honest-to-goodness Montessorian. But sometimes, a little gem comes across my desk that I am […]

Can Montessori Classrooms Accommodate Children with Special Needs?

Webinar: Understanding Your Child: Sensitivities During Adolescence

Jeff Allen shares insights for parents about adolescents and their behavior. Whether your child has the opportunity to attend a Montessori Secondary Program or not this information will be very beneficial to you and your teenager. In fact it may be even more important for parents of children who cannot continue in Montessori. They will […]

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Can Montessori Classrooms Accommodate Children with Special Needs?

Webinar: 8 Tips for Letting Your Child Fail Gracefully

No one wants their child to fail. However, sometimes experiencing not doing something perfectly the first time, learning from experience, or having the courage to try something new or challenging comes from developing determination and perseverance. Kathryn gives us great advice on how to allow failure to be a motivator rather than a discouragement.