Getting to Know Our Finalists – T-shirt Design Contest

  Our t-shirt contest was a raving success and we want to thank everyone who participated in designing a Montessori inspired t-shirt. The response was overwhelming! We had entries from Washington to New York! Even a teacher took time the last week of school to have her students create beautiful designs as well. As many […]


The Greatest Gift: A Montessori Education

Over the past few weeks, I have had a number of encounters with people who have asked about my education. Whenever I have this conversation about my education, it usually goes something like this: Where do you go to school? I go to Madonna University. And what are you studying there? I’m studying math. I […]


Behind the Scenes: Montessori Pre-Primary Classroom

If you take a glimpse into a traditional pre-primary Montessori classroom you will find it abuzz with activity. This environment offers children experiences in the practical life, sensorial, language, mathematics and cultural, (geography, history, science, art and music) areas. They are free to choose their own materials, developing large and fine motor skills as they […]


T-Shirt Design Contest & Giveaway

Do you love Montessori and wish there were more items designed that were inspiring to the Montessori community? Well, so do we! This is where YOU come in! As we are gearing up to open our Montessori Rocks! Gear store, we thought we might throw a little contest and giveaway into the mix. It’s quite […]


Potty Training the Montessori Way – Q&A with an Expert

I’ll be honest. When it comes to potty training, I have felt pretty clueless as to where to start and what to do. Like everything else, there is a lot of conflicting information on the subject. About six months ago, I bought the book Diaper-Free Before 3. While I didn’t read it cover to cover, […]


Building Independence for Our Little Learners

As a parent, whenever someone asks you what you want for your child, you usually have a list of the usual answers: health, happiness and smarts. It wasn’t until our baby became four years old that I realized the word independent was missing from our list! For the longest time, I think we just assumed […]


“I Can Do it Myself” Breakfast for Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, we have created a blog for you to help your little one prepare a do-it-themselves breakfast for their Montessori Mama. Practical life is so important to developing the whole child and no matter the age, this can prove to be such a great experience for everyone involved in the process. […]


The Common Core and Montessori

As the administrator of a public Montessori charter school, I can’t even begin to explain the excitement on a parent’s face when I tell them that at our school their child can receive a Montessori education for free. I explain to them how a charter school receives funding much like any other public school. They […]


3 Simple Tips for the Busy Montessori Parent

I am a Mom. Not a teacher. Not an expert. And clearly not a child psychologist. I’m a Mom who loves her kids and does her best to help them navigate through this thing called life.  I mess up parenting (but hopefully not my children) every single day- in one way or another. When my oldest was […]


Why Being a Montessori Mom Changed My Life

 I will never forget the moment I heard about the Montessori school near my home. I can still picture where I was and who told me. I’m not sure why it sticks out in my memory, but my education as a Montessori parent began at that very moment. I read all the books and tried […]

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