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  • Montessori for Infants

    When we think about infants, we typically don’t imagine a swaddled newborn perched on a desk, avidly focusing on a class lecture. While newborns certainly aren’t expected to learn in... View Article

  • Encouraging Your Infant to Speak

    Speaking is a critical aspect of language, through our first cries and gestures, we were already born as natural communicators. While everyone learns to speak at a unique pace, with... View Article

  • Montessori at Home: DIY Alphabet Box

    Have a piece of the Montessori classroom at home! This simple and affordable project will help your toddler develop language skills as a fun and engaging work. Materials: Paper Scissors... View Article

  • STEM, STREAM, and Montessori? 

    Education is an evolving subject bursting with ground-breaking research, modern philosophies, and renewed programs. Having listened to the latest rumbles about STEM and STrEaM education, imagine my surprise to find... View Article

  • Montessori Infant Care vs. Nannies

    Nicole Darmawaskita Between Mary Poppins and Maria Montessori, choosing the right care for your newborn blessing can be more like a daunting hunt than a breezy stroll. Whether hiring a... View Article