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Montessori Early Childhood Programs
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Montessori Early Childhood programs support children ages 2.5–6 in becoming independent, responsible students who love to learn.
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Key words and terms specific to Montessori, explained in simple, easy-to-understand language.
Montessori Elementary Programs
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Montessori Elementary programs support the development and growth of children ages 6 – 12.
Montessori at Home
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You can bring Montessori home. Discover how the Montessori approach to learning can come alive outside the classroom.
Who Was Maria Montessori?
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Meet Dr. Maria Montessori—physician, educator, advocate for world peace—and founder of the Montessori Method of education.
Montessori and Your Child
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Montessori education reaches beyond classroom walls, and prepares children to be responsible, independent, and capable individuals at home and in the world. Find out how.
Retaining Your Child in Montessori School
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What makes Montessori unique? Hear from current parents about why they choose to send their children to Montessori schools.
History of Montessori
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Learn how the founding of the first Montessori school more than 100 years ago led to a worldwide movement that is now more relevant than ever.
The Glass Classroom
In 1915 San Francisco, at the Panama Pacific International Exposition, 30 young children attended school in a glass-walled Montessori classroom, providing an intimate view of the new educational model that was quickly catching on among American educators and parents.