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Our 6 Favorite Montessori Blogs

Mon, 03/26/2018 - 6:43am -- editor

There are so many incredible Montessori blogs and resources online these days, which are great for allowing us to connect with other families educators and share in their Montessori adventures. Our favorites are those that really show the essence of Montessori in daily life and the home.  


Did You Know These 12 People Attended A Montessori?

Mon, 03/05/2018 - 2:21am -- editor

For those of us familiar with the Montessori Method, it comes as no surprise that many successful and famous people who attended Montessori school praise it as one of the important success factors. Montessori has influenced many people, famous or not, who have grown to become leaders and see the world in a new way. A Montessori education inspires creativity, self confidence, and independent thinking.  


Take a look at our curated list of 12 prominent and influential people who attended Montessori school as children…  


The Ultimate Guide to Choosing A Child Care

Mon, 01/29/2018 - 5:59pm -- editor

When it comes to choosing an early learning center, you want to be confident that you make the right decision for your little one, but how do you make the best choice? When you have so many different options, it can be challenging and overwhelming to decide what will be a perfect fit. Selecting the right center for your child will help him or her grow and develop the critical skills needed to excel throughout the rest of their lives, so it is important to choose a place that aligns with your own philosophies around learning. 

8 Benefits Of A Montessori Education

Mon, 12/25/2017 - 11:42pm -- editor

1. A Montessori education encourages creativity and sparks internal drive. 

Kids are always more excited to learn when they’re spending time on things in which they are interested. In a Montessori setting, children work at tasks for the joy of the work, rather than the end result. This allows them to focus more on process than result – a natural path to creativity. Children learn how to pursue their interests through their curiosity which results in passionate learning that is sustainable over a lifetime. 

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