Mary Helen Abel will share her experiences and inspiration for this artistic children’s peace project. She will explain how she went about putting the project together and the materials needed including a small item for the children to take home. She collaborated with a family in the school who owned a business in the local […]
In this session Sue Fitzpatrick discusses each of the six interconnected components of STEM that in 2016 the US Department of Education described as key to putting the program into classrooms. She gives actual photos and examples of Montessori students in action for each of the components. Participants will go away with lots more information […]
Do you ever question or are asked, “How do STEM and Montessori overlap?” or “Should I choose a STEM or Montessori school for my child?” We’ll take a look at how Montessori incorporates STEM philosophy, and what you can do next.
Chinese New Year must be around the corner, for our school is decked in red and gold. Chinese New Year is celebrated according to the Lunar Calendar, sometime in January or February each year. It marks the coming of spring and new beginnings and is usually a two-week celebration. As in other cultures, there are […]
I’m a Montessori grandparent who loves to create memories and traditions with my four granddaughters. I also love to share my love of art and history, while helping them make the connection to the larger picture. This summer, I was fortunate enough to spend a month with the girls. I decided to work on some […]
A Note To Readers: The following article by Pete Moorhouse is loaded with insights and ideas about young children and photography as a wonderful medium for expression, creativity, and learning. Although the article is geared for the classroom teacher, parents can also incorporate many of his suggestions on how to implement photography into their family’s […]
Montessori Family Life A Series of Weekly Talks For Parents Tuesdays at 1 PM EDT GrandParenting the Montessori Way talk with Margo Garfield-Anderson & Kathy Leitch
Are you wondering how to keep your child not only busy during the summer months when school is out, but also keep her learning? Are you worried that if your child is not enrolled in a summer program called “Little Genius’s” or the Center for Brighter Children that your child will be behind when he […]
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!
From Wikipedia: (UK: /ˌpæpi.eɪ ˈmæʃeɪ/, US: /ˌpeɪpər məˈʃeɪ/; French: [papje mɑʃe], literally “chewed paper”) is a composite material consisting of paper pieces or pulp, sometimes reinforced with textiles, bound with an adhesive, such as glue, starch, or wallpaper paste. emembering back to when I was a school-aged girl (you know, when dinosaurs roamed the earth), […]
The Genius of LeonardoBy Guido Visconti Illustrated by Bimbi Landmann eonardo da Vinci was one of the world’s most talented, brilliant, and ahead-of-his-time individuals in history. Leonardo writes, he draws, he thinks, he invents. Visconti chose to begin and end this book with reprints of pages from Leonardo’s manuscripts, which capture the reader’s attention right away. […]
Editor’s Note: In the January 2016 issue of Tomorrow’s Child’, in the“Dear Cathie” column, a parent expressed concern about opportunities for artistic expression in a child’s Montessori classroom. s I edited this article for print, I couldn’t help mutter to myself: Huh? My Montessori children and grandchildren require a contractor-size, heavy-duty trash bag just to […]