You and Your Child's Montessori Education: Early Childhood

Going beyond the classroom and into your home.

We know that education goes beyond the four walls of a Montessori classroom. That’s why the American Montessori Society has created a robust learning experience for families who want to learn how to apply Montessori philosophies at home.

You and Your Child’s Montessori Education: Early Childhood is designed for AMS member school families with children ages 2 ½ – 6. In this course, parents will receive resources to enhance their child’s education, utilize Montessori practices within the home, and share and discuss their experiences.

We hope this course will reaffirm your family’s decision to deliver a quality Montessori education to your children and leave you with a greater understanding of the Montessori method as a whole.

What You Will Experience

Join with other Montessori families dedicated to continuing Montessori principles within their home environments. This course will include live experiences and self-guided study for 6 weeks of powerful guidance and classes. Participants will be expected to commit 1 – 2 hours each week.

Who: Parents and guardians of children (ages 2 ½ – 6) who are currently enrolled in an AMS member school.

Cost: $150

Group Discounts Available

AMS is excited to offer a variety of discounted group packages for this course. Group registrations must first contact us to be discounted.

  • 5+ registrants: 5% discount
  • 10+ registrants: 10% discount
  • 20+ registrants: 15% discount
  • 30+ registrants: 20% discount

Program Outlines & Takeaways

1

The Prepared Environment

Discover what the prepared environment truly means and learn how it can be utilized at home

2

Human Tendencies

Learn what the tendencies are, their life-long role, and how to recognize and support them in your child

3

Human Development

Connect Montessori's planes of development and sensitive periods while supporting your child's development

4

Positive Discipline

Describe positive discipline, Montessori's view of punishment and reward, and the role of independence

5

The Work Period

Explain what the Montessori work cycle looks and sounds like in a Montessori school, and ways to use the principles at home

6

Executive Function

Explain executive function, how it develops in early childhood and carries into adulthood, and ways to support it

Cohorts

Choose one of the following cohorts to register for:

Cohort 1: September 27 – November 7 | Registration closed.

Cohort 2: October 25 – December 12 | Registration is closed.  

Cohort 3: January 17 – February 27, 2022 | Register for this cohort.

Registration Deadline: January 10, 2022

Live Zoom session dates will be held on Tuesdays at 8:00 PM (ET).

Cohort 4: March 21 – May 2, 2022 | Register for this cohort.

Registration Deadline: March 14, 2022

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