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Lisa Wagoner The Montessori School of Winston-Salem, NC In a previous issue of Tomorrow’s Child (Back to School/ 2002), I had written about our school’s decision to implement an All Day Montessori program at the 3-6 level this year. Our school year began in August, and in a few short months, we have already seen […]
This insightful webinar offers leaders the unique opportunity to reflect on their ways of communicating for greater authenticity and open-mindedness. Based on new research, we will explore strategies for the development of the intelligence of the heart that increases meaningfulness with and acceptance of others. Examining how our thoughts can become obstacles to peace, we will learn […]
Introduction Another great article—thanks to Community Playthings! Often in Montessori schools, parents ask, “Why don’t you have computers or other technology in the early childhood classrooms?” or “Why isn’t there more technology in the elementary classrooms?” In this article, the author talks about “white space.” We understand the value of white space. We understand that […]
Picky eating involves a variety of behaviors. Here are some tips for helping your child develop a more tolerant attitude toward food. DO Serve age-appropriate portions. Give toddlers portions that are one-fourth to one-third the size of adult portions. A toddler faced with both a plateful of food and a parent who expects him to […]
ontessori is not only an incredible educational method but it’s also a way of life! What children learn in Montessori becomes part of their being. Sure they learn to read and write and do math, but more than that they learn how to learn; they learn how to be part of a community; they learn […]