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Webinar Replay - Montessori in the Home

Webinar Replay - Montessori in the Home

Webinar Replay - Montessori in the Home. Jennifer Williams, Founder of Heartmanity Nancy McNabb, Head of School, Middle Creek Montessori

Webinar Replay - Montessori in the Home. Jennifer Williams, Founder of Heartmanity Nancy McNabb, Head of School, Middle Creek Montessori

Midwest Montessori — Ultimate Montessori Gift Guide for a One-Year-Old

Midwest Montessori — Ultimate Montessori Gift Guide for a One-Year-Old

KHT Giveaway ends May 1, 2015 midnight EST

KHT Giveaway ends May 1, 2015 midnight EST

to consider when creating a student centered classroom NAMC Montessori Secret of childhood infographic on Montessori Education!

Free Webinar: Parent to parent, teacher to teacher, and home to school–the quality of these key relationships will profoundly impact a child’s development. This webinar provides a deeper understanding of how to honor each unique perspective without judgment–dads, moms, grandparents, teachers and school staff–while advocating for the child’s true needs in an atmosphere of harmony.

Free Webinar: Parent to parent, teacher to teacher, and home to school–the quality of these key relationships will profoundly impact a child’s development. This webinar provides a deeper understanding of how to honor each unique perspective without judgment–dads, moms, grandparents, teachers and school staff–while advocating for the child’s true needs in an atmosphere of harmony.

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Montessori education is developmental. It works because it recognizes and incorporates the developmental, not age, level of a child. As identified and described by Dr. Montessori there are 4 developmental planes that humans pass through as they mature: 1) Absorbent Mind – ages birth to 6 – This stage is recognized as the most critically …

Montessori education is developmental. It works because it recognizes and incorporates the developmental, not age, level of a child. As identified and described by Dr. Montessori there are 4 developmental planes that humans pass through as they mature: 1) Absorbent Mind – ages birth to 6 – This stage is recognized as the most critically …

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