Tuesday, June 23, 2020

For Families - A Summer at Home Guide Kids Will Enjoy

For Families - A Summer at Home Guide Kids Will Enjoy - Montessori preschool Winnetka - Little Wonders Montessori One

Keeping your preschool kids entertained all summer long can be daunting for most parents. This is why when Montessori Preschool Winnetka closes for the summer holidays, most parents start stressing about how they will keep the kids occupied. Luckily, summer doesn't have to be a dreadful period where you're always plotting how to ditch or get rid of the young ones. With a little planning and creativity, you can make the holidays fun and memorable for both you and your preschool children. With this in mind, here is an at-home guide featuring fun and educational activities for you and your kids to take part in during the summer holiday!

Sunday, June 21, 2020

How Private Kindergarten Focuses on Children First

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When choosing between a private kindergarten and a public school, look for the option which provides the most opportunity for your child. Because they are focused on the children rather than a set curriculum, private schools are popular with students and teachers alike.

Friday, June 12, 2020

Games and Activities to Teach Your Toddler Good Manners

Games and Activities to Teach Your Toddler Good Manners-Montessori daycare-Montessori West

The idea that children are not born knowing how to socially interact is at the core of the Montessori daycare approach to Grace and Courtesy. Similarly, children learn more readily by taking part in play-based activities that are chosen for their educational value. Here are some activities you can do with your child at home that reinforce good manners and acceptable social behavior.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

How to Encourage a love for reading in your preschool

How to Encourage a love for reading in your preschool - Montessori preschool Chatsworth - Little Wonders Montessori One

Reading enhances a child’s imagination and expands their understanding of the world. You and your preschooler can continue to explore the ideas they learn in their classroom by reading together. Using the Montessori philosophy’s Five Great Lessons as your guide, you can find many excellent and award-winning books to feed your child’s curiosity. The following is a list of what the Montessori Preschool Chatsworth recommends for encouraging a love of reading at home.

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Educational Approaches - The Montessori Method for Daycare and Preschool

Educational Approaches - The Montessori Method for Daycare and Preschool - montessori daycare - Montessori West

An authentic Montessori daycare takes a different approach to early education. Instead of constant repetition, the Montessori classroom bustles with kids involved in various activities. Everything is centered around the children, from the child-sized bookshelves to the pictures hanging on the walls, including the encouraging approach to education.

Monday, May 18, 2020

Montessori Kindergarten Assessment Tools

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Montessori private kindergarten assessment tools are not what you see in traditional schools. Montessori education is focused on teaching children how to learn rather than memorizing information, and that changes how assessments are used. Where a traditional assessment is typically done using group testing and grading, Montessori students are constantly being observed and their individual curriculums altered to suit their needs.

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

10 Fun Spring Montessori Inspired Activities to Do at Home

10 Fun Spring Montessori Inspired Activities to Do at Home - montessori preschool Winnetka - Little Wonders Montessori One

Spring is one of the best times to explore the outdoors with your kids. Montessori Preschool Winnetka encourages parents to engage their kids in activities that promote creativity, hands-on learning, and collaborative play. These include anything from sensory play to planting a garden, drawing art, and spending time studying animals and plants. When the weather is gloomy or rainy, there are numerous indoor activities that can keep your kids occupied. With this in mind, here are ten Montessori-inspired spring activities you can do at home with your kids!