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  1. How to Help Your Toddler Communicate

    It’s hard being a toddler. During these precious months, your little one is in full-swing, learning, growing, and gaining some independence. You’ve probably heard that children learn the most during their first three years of life. We call that extraordinary period of time the phase of “the absorbent mind.” The Montessori method of education takes… Continue Reading »
  2. How The Montessori School Changed My Perspective of Education

    Like most parents, I wanted the best for my child’s education and future. As I visited countless websites and took many on-site tours of schools and programs, my concerns began to grow. The time out chairs and rigorous setting made me rethink the social structures our current educational system holds. I found information online about… Continue Reading »
  3. The Reggio Emilia Philosophy

    Reggio Emilia is a city in Italy that is world renowned for its early education philosophy. This unique approach to learning was created by psychologist Loris Malaguzzi after the end of World War II. It was believed that children needed a new way of learning after the war ended. This style of teaching is based… Continue Reading »
  4. Traditional Preschool vs Montessori Preschool

    Raising children can be hard. It is a constant struggle of worrying that you have made the right or wrong decision. One of the biggest decisions is childcare and education. Do you homeschool, enroll your child in public school, or look for alternatives that work for your child’s unique needs? If your child is preschool… Continue Reading »