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Webinar: Linking Home and Classroom through Nature During the Elementary Years

Webinar: Linking Home and Classroom through Nature During the Elementary Years

Kelly will share ideas for connecting discoveries, explorations, and interests in and with nature at home to the classroom experience. It’s a two-way street from home to classroom and back. Join us to find out how!

Book Review: 100 Women Who Made History: Remarkable Women Who Shaped Our World

Book Review: 100 Women Who Made History: Remarkable Women Who Shaped Our World

100 Women Who Made History: Remarkable Women Who Shaped Our World By Stella Caldwell, Clare Hibbert, Andrea Mills, and Rona Skene consultant: Philip Parker This is a wonderful resource book for the elementary years at home or at school. As always DK uses engaging illustrations for each of the featured women. The categories for the women include […]

Objetivos del Segundo Idioma, Métodos Montessori

            Note: This article was originally published in English in Tomorrow’s Child magazine in 2000. Translated by Patricia DeLeon 2018 por M. J. Rosanova, Ph.D. En el Instituto Bilingüe Montessori (MOBI), los niños juegan afuera. Puedo escucharlos afuera de mi ventana. Están cantando y llamándose entre sí en japonés. No, nuestra […]

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

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: I’m OK , You’re OK

Book Review: I’m OK , You’re OK

I’m OK, You’re OK… By Sgt. Sunshine I love the moral of the story! Certainly, children need lessons in empathy and kindness as they are growing up. This book might be used as a supplement to the greatest teacher of all—modeling/living the values that we want our children to hold. I would not use it […]

A Tour of a Montessori Classroom: Lessons in Grace, Courtesy, & Community Service

A Tour of a Montessori Classroom: Lessons in Grace, Courtesy, & Community Service

  Lessons in Grace, Courtesy & Community Service Learning how to work and play together with others, in a peaceful and caring community, is perhaps the most critical life skill that Montessori teaches. Learning how to greet someone graciously is one of the first acts of courtesy learned in the Montessori classroom. Everyday kindness and […]

A Tour of a Montessori Classroom: Lessons in Practical Life Skills

A Tour of a Montessori Classroom: Lessons in Practical Life Skills

Developing new skills that will enable us to live full and productive lives is something that all of us encounter throughout the years. It’s not just a process for the very young. Think about the last time you started a new job, took up a new hobby, moved to a new city, upgraded your computer’s […]

Webinar: Understanding Your Child: Sensitivities During the Elementary Years

Webinar: Understanding Your Child: Sensitivities During the Elementary Years

Webinar – Lorna McGrath and Christine Lowry collaborated to put together this informative webinar about sensitivities during the Elementary Years. Maria Montessori noticed that during each of the developmental stages children had particular interests, particular things that really motivated them, and particular inspirations. In this session the focus is 6-12 years olds and how parents […]

Webcast: Parent Ambassador Programs  that Build Stronger School Communities

Webcast: Parent Ambassador Programs that Build Stronger School Communities

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 […]

Webcast: Democratic Principles in Montessori Schools

Webcast: Democratic Principles in Montessori Schools

  On November 8, 2017 Sharon Caldwell, Senior Montessori Consultant in South Africa explored the important topic of giving children a greater voice and sense of shared decision-making and ownership at both the classroom and school-wide level in Montessori. We remember that Montessori speaks often about the children’s sense of pride in the care of […]

Webinar: “Good Gifts” and Other Holiday Dilemmas

Webinar: “Good Gifts” and Other Holiday Dilemmas

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 […]

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