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Parents

All of the webinars for Parents on this page are available on-demand. Rentals are for 30 days. We also offer live webinars; you can view them here.

Building a Simple Yet Rich Birth to 3 Environment Indoors, Outdoors, and at Home

This webinar will show you how to create a well-prepared Montessori environment with children’s stages of development in mind, whether at school or at home.

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    Connections Matter: Skills for Creating, Strengthening, & Maintaining Meaningful Interpersonal Connections

    Learn techniques to help you and your students initiate, maintain, and strengthen connections in all areas of your lives.

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      Helping Children Experience the Joy and Wonder of Summer

      Learn enticing activities for your children, from backyard and urban adventures, photography explorations, natural crafts, writing investigations, and more to keep everyone happy all summer long!

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        Let's Make Music!

        Be prepared to tap your feet and sway to the beat as Frank Leto, one of Montessori’s favorite musicians, demonstrates the many benefits of music education in the classroom or home.

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          Literacy Instruction for Diverse Learners: Practical Applications of a Developmental Continuum

          Dr. Phinney and Dr. Ward will provide an extensive and practical literacy continuum framework that will enable you to meet the needs of the wide range of development found within any group of literacy learners, regardless of age/grade level.

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            No More Mean Girls: Creating Positive Girl Behavior

            Certified parent educator Yvonne Nass will address these so-called “mean girls” and explore causes, typical behaviors, and impact on a group, and she will provide helpful strategies for balancing out these behaviors in a positive manner.

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