Montessori Bilingual Education: Prevalence and Type of Bilingual Montessori Programs / A white paper from The National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector Downloaded and shared with the National Center’;s permission from http://public-montessori.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Montessori-Bilingual-Brief.pdf ontessori bilingual programs are increasing in number in both the private and the public sectors. In the private sector, a bilingual school, typically, […]
Sandpaper Letters are one of the top three materials used in the Language area of the 3-6 classroom for supporting children’s learning to associate the sight, sound, and shape of the letters in the English alphabet. They are a brilliantly designed multi-sensory material used in conjunction with the Three Period Lesson to assist young children […]
This is the third in a series of talks about the essential Montessori language materials. Tune in to find out more about what the purpose of the Moveable Alphabet is and how we use it in our classrooms. Montessori said that children can write before they read.
Margot Garfield-Anderson, Montessori Foundation staff and grandparent emeritus – Many a grandparent and parent have probably wondered how Montessori teachers always know the right thing to say at the right time. Join Margot for a look at how they do that and how we can learn to do it, too.