Two-year-olds are fun to deal with because there is a lot of development going on – from their motor skills to language skills. They are a bundle of energy and are always curious. They are also getting very good at imitating adults. At this age, they also express an interest in certain activities and experiences. […]
Problem-solving skills are one of the cognitive skills that your child will learn and develop during the early years of life. It is important to start nurturing this at an early age so that they can develop it later on in life. It is easy with fun and effective problem-solving activities for kids, which you […]
Your preschooler has mastered the ABCs, can count to 20, and is a pro at colors and shapes. Once these basic skills are attained, your youngster is ready for the next step: reading. While your child will spend their early elementary school years developing their reading skills, you can get a jump start on reading […]
When toddlers start preschool it can be hard on the parent, the child and the teacher. While this is certainly an exciting milestone – for your child,
These are not easy times for you and your children. Here are 12 Tips on how to best parent your children during this pandemic. We hope you find great value from this video. Feel free to leave other tips, comments or questions, and watch out for more videos on this… Be positive, stay safe and […]
Hands-on Learning Montessori discovered that children like to move around and find it difficult to sit still. Instead of forcing children to listen to the teacher and sit still, she designed special materials for children to learn through working hands-on with the materials. Therefore, instead of learning through memorizing and worksheets, children learn through experiences […]
Anyone new to the Montessori education often find themselves asking this question: “What makes Montessori different?” The answer is a lot of things! This is an important thought for parents to ponder on as they make the big decision between a Montessori school, or a traditional kindergarten or school. Depending on where you are, the […]
Many teachers and parents get into immense power struggle with their children. The common complain is that “The children are not listening”.
Is it even possible to teach Geography to your 3++ Years old?
One of the reasons I love Montessori – it teaches you the complex in the simplest way.
With the Montessori Method, Geography is taught to children in a very unique way.
How often have we discussed about the spiritual preparation of the teacher in the same context?