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The training of the teacher who is to help life is something far more than
the learning of ideas. It includes the training of character; it is
preparation of the spirit.
– Maria Montessori

Fun Cognitive Development Games for Children 3 Years and Older

Blog, Carrollton, Daycare, Montessori Resources, North Dallas
Montessori creative toys for young children

Fun Cognitive Development Games for Children 3 Years and Older What is Montessori? Montessori schools offer a student-led approach to learning, where students develop inquiry through self-paced individualized lessons with the support and guidance of caring teachers. This approach fosters a lifetime love of learning, strong independence, and accountability for their actions within a community…. continue reading »

5 Montessori Clean-Up Ideas for Children

Blog, Learning, North Dallas
blocks for Montessori tactile learning

5 Montessori Clean-Up Ideas for Children The Montessori philosophy is about nourishing a child’s ability to be self-motivated and maintain a desire to learn throughout their lives. This child-centered approach was first created by Dr. Maria Montessori to develop learning in cognitive, emotional, social, and physical areas. To quote Dr. Montessori “When a child is… continue reading »

How to Develop Holiday Routines With Your Children The Montessori Way

Blog, Carrollton, Daycare, Montessori Resources, North Dallas
holiday activity for Montessori kids

How to Develop Holiday Routines With Your Children The Montessori Way Holiday Traditions and Routines the Montessori Way As holiday seasons approach, we remember that there are a vast amount of traditions and routines that have been around for centuries. Montessori routines involve putting the children in the middle of the projects and allowing them… continue reading »

5 Researched-Backed Benefits of Montessori School for Children

Blog, Daycare, Montessori Resources

5 Researched-Backed Benefits of Montessori School for Children When children have the freedom to choose what and when they learn, they naturally gravitate towards activities that they’re mentally ready to learn. Students simply spend more engagement time and attention on activities that interest them. That’s the core principle of the Montessori method. It’s a self-driven… continue reading »

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