Manga and graphic novels are fun additions to your teen’s home library that continue to develop their language skills.
A microbiologist’s views on teaching evolution—why it matters and how to get it right.
Find out how two teachers and a classroom of Primary students at Casa Dei Bambini gave back to their community in an impactful way.
From classic three-part cards to newer materials like the Tree of Life, adaptations is a foundational concept of Montessori life science lessons.
Adolescents experience anxiety just like anyone else. Understanding the teenager, allowing them to be involved in extracurriculars and giving them the tools to live a healthy lifestyle can help reduce anxiety.
From roots to branches, the Tree of Life takes its place as a central piece of the Montessori biology curriculum.
Preschoolers benefit physically, emotionally, and academically from gardening. Learn how to create a first garden with your child.
The first in a series of articles proposing updates to the Montessori biology curriculum in light of current ideas and new knowledge from the field.
Marta Donahoe, AMS 2019 Living Legacy, presents her vision for a better, more peaceful world.
In Part 1 of this 3-part series, we examine anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation and analyze the research on how these policies actively harm LGBTQIA+ students.
Learn how White Rock Montessori implemented a unique, immersive environmental education program for their Upper Elementary students.
Officially opened in 2021, Evergreen School’s Pine Cone Park is a Montessori-inspired outdoor play space that has transformed the culture of their school.