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Book Review:  A is for Alphabet

Book Review: A is for Alphabet

from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation A New Alphabet for Humanity Written by Leesa McGregorIllustrated by Daniela Sosa This is a very well-done children’s book. It includes not only content that is so greatly needed for our world today, it shows realistic illustrations of a diverse range of children […]

Book Review:  Finish Strong

Book Review: Finish Strong

from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation Finish Strong: Seven Marathons, Seven Continents, Seven Days Written by Dave McGillivray with Nancy Feehrerllustrated by Shululu This book is categorized as a children’s non-fiction, biography for ages 7-10 years old. I think many children as young as five years old would enjoy […]

Introduction to the Magical Wood

Introduction to the Magical Wood

from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation he first Montessori classroom, or ‘children’s house,’ opened in 1907 in a poor section of Rome. At that time, there were very few objects for the use of the children, i.e. what we now call ‘Montessori materials.’ One of the original materials that […]

Teach Young Children Science

Teach Young Children Science

from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation e are all scientists at heart. Do you remember how curious you were as a child when you were growing up? You would question your parents and teachers about how things worked in your environment, sometimes unceasingly. When you had your queries answered, […]

50 Life-Changing Questions to Ask Your Child After School

  from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation What did you do today?” is the age-old question parents ask their children as they enter the house from school, but as we know, the answer is almost always, “Nothing!”Here are 50 life-changing questions that will give parents across the world a […]

Montessori Inspired Self-Care for Children

Montessori Inspired Self-Care for Children

from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation A conversation with Naralys Sinanis [Dropcap]I[Dropcap]magine a walk in the woods, fresh air brushing against your skin, your hair blowing in the wind, and the crunching sound of the beaten path beneath your feet, creating the syncopated tune you are walking to. This […]

Weaving the Tapestry

Weaving the Tapestry

from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation A Perspective on Integration in the Elementary Curriculum Montessori guides everywhere are trying their best to continue to offer a rich and dynamic curriculum within each of their schools and classroom communities during this very challenging school year. Let’s honor their best efforts, […]

How can I help my child develop entrepreneurial skills?

How can I help my child develop entrepreneurial skills?

from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation Parents can still encourage young entrepreneurs, even while facing ongoing career changes and challenges. You’re dealing with a lot right now, as a parent. Handling changes with your job, finances, and your children’s school routines are just some of the things on your […]

Montessori Jargon that You Ought to Know

Montessori Jargon that You Ought to Know

from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation Montessorians are known for their jargon. We speak of red rods, didactic materials, auto-education and the like. However, there are three important aspects of Montessori that are seldom shared with parents.  Those are Nebulae, Horme, and Mneme. To Dr. Montessori, and to those […]

Book Review:  The Earth | The Stars | The Sun | The Moon

Book Review: The Earth | The Stars | The Sun | The Moon

from Tomorrow’s Child Magazine – May, 2021 | by The Montessori Foundation Picture Book Science Series: The Earth, The Stars, The Sun, The Moon Written by Laura Perdewllustrated by Li Hui This series seems like it would be suited to and appeal to lower elementary students. There is quite a bit of text for students […]