Why Montessori?

Curious about the Montessori philosophy and our school? Check out our posts to learn more about why you should consider a Montessori education for your child.

Brandy Scott

According to research conducted by Dr. Maria Montessori, children need the opportunity to learn about the world around them—beginning at infancy. While traditional daycares allow for the care of an infant, a Montessori infant program provides a more in-depth approach that supports the holistic development of the child.

  • daycare
  • development
  • independence
  • infant
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Unique Montessori Lingo Holds Intentional Meaning
Aileen Lainez-Best

Dr. Maria Montessori redefined common language to reflect how children grow and learn within the Montessori classroom. For those new to the Montessori community, these terms can be confusing, as they hold a different meaning when used outside of the classroom. In Unique Montessori Lingo Holds Intentional MeaningPrimary Teacher Aileen Lainez-Best clarifies some of the most commonly used terminology and explains how it supports the Montessori philosophy.

  • environment
  • guides
  • Kindergarten
  • language
  • primary
  • works
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Building a Growth Mindset the Montessori Way
Jemma Lloyd-Helliker

With an incredible capacity for adaptability, the human brain can blossom when the right energy and mindset are applied. Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck discusses key practices, which are closely aligned to the Montessori curriculum, in allowing children to reach their full potential. Parents can also ensure this mindset is reached by implementing strategies at home.

  • growth
  • persistence
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