Montessori is an alternative educational philosophy which in many aspects needs some clarification. In these articles, we will shed some light on some frequently asked questions and go over basics that will inspire you to bring this methodology into your home or classroom.

How conventional schools can adopt a Montessori mindset

When my son finished his nursery school we had the luck of being able to choose from a variety of preschools in our town. Of course, he would need to be accepted or even put on a waiting list, but it's nice having a choice. Some were more modern,…

A Montessori Christmas – less is more

In this economy, it’s not difficult for many families to decide to cut back on gift giving, in fact, for many it’s just a necessity! But for several families, it would be a hard decision to make. Especially, in large families with loads…

How to teach vocabulary using Montessori 3-part cards

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Using the Montessori 3-part cards, also known as nomenclature cards, is a proven way of introducing a variety of topics to your child’s active vocabulary. Whether it’s science, biology or geography these cards serve as expansive tools for…
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Is Montessori education always expensive?

The Montessori philosophy has been adopted by many generations of parents with the intent of raising their children with an alternative method of education. They have done the research and learned that this education, based on respect and independence…