In honor of Montessori Education Week, we are spotlighting some of the faces of Montessori.
Against all odds, this woman broke barriers and made remarkable achievements—and not just in the field of education.
Parents at Sonnet Montessori recently participated in an educational evening where they learned all about practical life, which is one of the most familiar and well-loved components of the Montessori classroom.
During the month of February, we celebrate love in all its forms, and there is no time like the present to ask yourself if you are speaking your child’s love language.
In January, Sonnet Montessori School & Child Care and Seeds to Seedlings Child Development Center and the Yellow Brick Road Early Childhood Development Centers came together to reflect on the last year and to celebrate the people who make it possible.
We are back this week with the fourth and final mistaken goal of misbehavior!
We are back this week with the third mistaken goal of misbehavior
Medical doctor Alfred Adler first identified four “mistaken goals” of misbehavior in the early 1900s, and his ideas were later popularized by other psychologists and early childhood experts.
Psychologists have observed that misbehavior is often a way children seek belonging and significance. When the child’s need for belonging and significance isn’t met, misbehavior tends to occur.
“Tomorrow is always fresh, with no mistakes in it yet.” (L. M. Montgomery) It is the perfect time to set some goals!