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Montessori Philosophy

The Montessori philosophy is more than the materials in the classroom, or the teacher giving lessons. It is an attitude toward children, a way of understanding their unique nature and allowing them to grow and develop to their fullest potential.

Montessori Philosophy in a Nutshell

Montessori Philosophy in a Nutshell

At Children’s House Montessori School, our program is based on the philosophy of Maria Montessori, who felt that the …
Who was Maria Montessori?

Who was Maria Montessori?

Although Dr. Maria Montessori is best known as an educator, she was a medical pioneer as well, becoming, in 1896, the …
Montessori Best Practices

Montessori Best Practices

Here at Children’s House we are proud to provide our families with an authentic Montessori program by following †…
Understanding Montessori: The Child

Understanding Montessori: The Child

Like many other educational philosophers, Dr. Montessori believed that human beings pass through stages in their …
Understanding Montessori: The Learning Environment

Understanding Montessori: The Learning Environment

Dr. Montessori believed that learning is accomplished by the individual himself. The child learns by means of the …
Understanding Montessori: The Teacher

Understanding Montessori: The Teacher

The Montessori teacher is trained to observe carefully, to know the different needs of her children and to provide a …
Authentic Montessori: The Importance of the Three-Year Cycle

Authentic Montessori: The Importance of the Three-Year Cycle

One of the best ways to learn something, is to teach it! At any Montessori school with authentic, mixed-aged classes, …
Our Vision: How CHMS Interprets Maria Montessori’s Philosophy

Our Vision: How CHMS Interprets Maria Montessori’s Philosophy

“If help and salvation are to come, they can only come from children, for children are the makers of men…& …
Montessori Education: Learn More

Montessori Education: Learn More

Below are a few of the many resources you might find interesting in learning about Montessori and searching for the …
What’s the Difference Between Montessori and Traditional Preschool?

What’s the Difference Between Montessori and Traditional Preschool?

Some of the most common questions parents have when looking for an early childhood program focus on the difference …

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