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How To Submit An Article For Tomorrow’s Child

How To Submit An Article For Tomorrow’s Child

We are grateful to all who wish to contribute an article or photo essay to share with the readers of Tomorrow’s Child magazine. Over the years, we’ve been asked many questions regarding format, length, usage, etc so we’ve put together this checklist to help the novice writer through the process. Articles should be submitted in […]

Here’s to a Peaceful Winter Break!

Here’s to a Peaceful Winter Break!

Wondering what kinds of activities to do with your children during the school break? This session is loaded with good ideas for families whether during the day, in the evenings, or on the weekends. Join Christine Lowry as she shares her experience and suggestions for creating a peaceful school break.

Here’s to a Peaceful Winter Break!

Summer Ideas

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 […]

Toddlers International Pre-School

Toddlers International Pre-School

NOTE: This is a peak into a developing Montessori school in Nepal in their own words. You may find things in this school that are similar to your school and others that sound distinctly different. There are many threads within the Montessori tapestry. About the School: Toddlers International Pre-School was established in 2012. aiming for […]

Everyone Can Teach Poetry

Everyone Can Teach Poetry

Poetry is art without a paint brush and clay; poetry teaches you to paint with and mold words until you have created something beautiful. It doesn’t need to make sense or follow correct writing etiquette like every other type of writing. There are no rules or boundaries. It is a way to express thoughts and […]

Book Review:  Around the World from A to Z

Book Review: Around the World from A to Z

Around the World from A to Z By Christine Cheung & Han Tran
I Illlustrated by Tong Wu This is a different kind of alphabet book written by Montessorians with gorgeous illustrations and a preface on how to use Sandpaper Letters. On the left-hand page is a textured letter of the alphabet in cursive. On the […]

Webcast: Montessori and Imagination – do they go together?

Webcast: Montessori and Imagination – do they go together?

Download PDF of slides Is Montessori education purely a reality-based program or is it a means of stimulating and developing the imagination? Are these two goals incompatible or complimentary? Michael and Tim discuss the meaning of imagination, kinds of imagination, its role in Montessori schools, and to compare it in Montessori to conventional schools. We compare and contrast imagination in both the […]

Nature Journaling

Nature Journaling

he nature journal is a time-tested way to document and assimilate nature experience and discovery and was a very popular pastime during the Nature-Study movement. Nature has been an inspiration to humans throughout history, and nature journaling has been practiced by some of humankind’s greatest thinkers, artists, naturalists, and scientists, including Dr. Montessori herself! The […]

Hands: Discovering Your Child’s Dominant Hand

Hands: Discovering Your Child’s Dominant Hand

ips for right-handed parents with left-handed children…and left-handed parents with right-handed children…and for all of our children and all of our teachers! I often find that parents may need some kind of ‘manual’ to help them cope with a child whose dominant hand is the opposite of the rest of his/her family, and especially to […]

Do You Have a Story To Tell?

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 […]