International Montessori Council
Montessori Family Alliance
The mission of The Montessori Foundation is to inspire, nurture, and support the development of strong Montessori schools worldwide, with programs serving children from the infant and toddler level through high school. We work to advance Montessori education in the United States and abroad.
The Foundation works with educational leaders, teachers, and school board members to promote the insights and educational approach pioneered by Dr. Maria Montessori, the world-famous physician who pioneered modern brain research and began a revolution in educational reform around the world.
The Montessori Foundation also serves as a source of information, advice, and assistance to parents who are interested in Montessori education, or who have children currently attending Montessori schools.
As we often say:
We’re here to help!
The Montessori Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of Montessori education in the United States and abroad. We work with the entire Montessori community, regardless of affiliation, as well as parents, educators, schools, and schools systems that are interested in learning more about the insights, research, and approach pioneered by Dr. Maria Montessori.
The Montessori Family Alliance is an international network of Montessori parents, teachers, and friends of Montessori. who want to learn more about how to support their children at school and at home with 24/7 access to information when you need it. LEARN MORE
The International Montessori Council (IMC) is an international organization of Montessori schools, the men and women who lead them, own them, or serve on their boards, and other organizations interested supporting the goals of the IMC. As an independent Montessori professional and accrediting organization, the IMC serves the entire Montessori community. LEARN MORE
Benefits of Fine-Motor Skills Development
When your child becomes a toddler, you may suddenly begin hearing about fine-motor skill development. There are many ways to develop fine-motor skills, and they are often discussed as if writing is the ultimate outcome. Yet, getting through a day without using your...
Providing Peace in the Pandemic
The Montessori Approach to Living Well in Anxious Times The Covid 19 pandemic has brought about so many feelings in all of us: fear, uncertainty, sadness, loneliness, isolation, confusion, a sense of accomplishment, a sense of failure, a lack of connection, a loss of...
Preparing an Early Childhood Learning Environment
Editor’s Note: We know that the authors of this article really meant it to help teachers remember how important setting up children’s environments is to maximize the potential of each child at each stage during the early childhood years. However, because of how...
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Digital Edition of Tomorrow’s Child
The digital edition of Tomorrow’s Child and Montessori Leadership are here.
We have incorporated your feedback and developed a user experience that is easier to read, especially on mobile devices.
We will continue to provide the flipbook-style PDF for those who prefer to see the magazine layout as it is in print, and we hope you will enjoy the reader-friendly version as well.
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Want to get involved? We welcome and depend on the gift of time, wisdom, and financial contributions. The Montessori Foundation and the International Montessori Council are non-profit organizations. Gifts of any amount (or kind) to help grow our programs are gratefully accepted.