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How to Tell If Your Preschooler Is Learning (and Support Children’s Learning)

As the parent of a preschooler, you’ve gone to great lengths to keep the past year as “normal” as possible for your child. Still, you may wonder if—and how much—the disruptions of the pandemic have impacted your preschooler’s learning. This article aims to answer Montessori parents’ questions about how to support children’s learning at home…

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Digital Technology for Preschoolers: A Montessori Approach

As families continue to stay home together, we’ve prepared some tips about technology for preschoolers. The Montessori approach, as you know, is based on connecting the young child with the real world. But real experiences are severely limited during this unprecedented time. So how can screen time for children support Montessori education? More importantly, how…

May at Home: Keeping Children Engaged with Stay-at-Home Montessori Activities

Are you running out of ideas to keep your preschooler happily and productively engaged in stay-at-home Montessori? As this quarantine period stretches longer, we’ve compiled some additional Montessori activities for stay-at-home (in case you missed it, we shared other Montessori at home activities in our previous article). Some of these experiences grow organically out of…

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Montessori at Home: Learning in the Time of Coronavirus

As you’ve observed your child’s joyful work at Montessori Center School, you may have wished you could “bring Montessori home.” Now that virtually everyone is staying home to cope with this public health crisis, that wish has become much more urgent. You know your preschooler thrives on routines, but the familiar ones are in short…