What an exciting time of year! The children are bustling with holiday cheer here at school, just as I’m sure they are in your home as well. Classrooms are being Continue Reading →
I am often asked questions regarding the relationship between freedom and discipline in the Montessori classroom. Questions such as, “How do you get the children to behave?” and comments such Continue Reading →
“Exploration is the engine that drives innovation.” ~ Dr. Edith Widder
“Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands.” ~ Anne Frank
would like to thank Amy for coordinating with her brother-in-law Adama to have an African drum lesson in our class. This event was spontaneous and wonderful. Adama brought enough drums for each child to play his/her own. He taught the children some basic rhythms and introductions and then practiced with the children for about an hour and a half. The afternoon was a lot of fun! Thanks to Adama and Amy!
Hello from elementary! It is now February. We’ve had a lot of stops and starts with snow days and illness, but it is a new month and we are ready Continue Reading →