At the heart of the Montessori philosophy is respect for the child, which has profound implications for the way children are taught in a classroom. In a Montessori Pre-school, this translates into the understanding and support of children’s developmental stages, versatile curriculum throughout their elementary school career, and a more hands-off role for the teachers, all of which encourage children to learn at their own pace.
During Spring Break, keep your Montessori primary school child engaged with exciting activities that encourage learning. Just as we use play-based learning in the Montessori classroom, you can use the same process for educational activities throughout the year at home.
Keeping organized and on track can be difficult for children attending Montessori primary school. From cleaning their rooms to remembering to put necessary items in their book bags, Montessori primary school students learn organization through daily activity.
The tax season is upon us and a common question at Montessori preschools is whether preschool expenses can be used as a deduction. The question will have a different answer for many parents than it did in previous years, and some households will discover that they are no longer eligible for the tax credit they used in their 2018 filing.