A vital part of the Montessori system, is the integration of the principles of the system into all aspects of the child’s day. The internet is a great resource to help further your child(ren)’s education before and after school hours! Here are some links to help you.
- Research on multi-age classrooms:Multi-age Education
- Montessori and Common Core:Common Core and Public Montessori State Standards
- This link provides suggestions for Montessori parenting at every stage of toddler development: Daily Montessori.com
- Please also visit The Full Montessori for information involving the Montessori education system.
- This article explains how parents and caregivers can reinforce Montessori principles in the home, increasing student confidence and classroom success: Montessori at Home
- A touching look at ‘THAT’ child through a teacher’s eyes: http://missnightmutters.com/2014/11/dear-parent-about-that-kid.html
- Some lovely ways to create a Montessori friendly home: http://livingmontessorinow.com/montessori-monday-how-to-create-a-montessori-friendly-home/
- An insightful look into why the Montessori method really does work: http://www.nienhuis.com/why-montessori-education-works/
- Trevor Eissler makes the case for Montessori with Fast Draw:Montessori Madness
- A snippet of a documentary film project called “Building the Pink Tower” which will reimagine schools and learning through the lens of Montessori education:A Peek Inside a Montessori Classroom
- A “fast” look at an example of a 3 hour Montessori work cycle: A Montessori Morning
- An example of Montessori in the home: Montessori At Home Set-Up
- Montessori for Elementary Age Learners:Imagine a School
- Montessori Middle School:Two classroom Models
- For a brilliant, amusing, and inspiring talk on the broad issue of education reform, hear Sir Ken Robinson’s famous 2006 TED talk at: