In recent decades, there has been a trend towards positive and gentle parenting techniques and respect for the child as an individual and with basic human rights.
Many parents ask how they can support their child’s learning at home, and specifically, how they can help maintain consistency between the Montessori classroom and their homes.
Separation anxiety can occur with your child’s first daycare, child care, preschool or kindergarten experience.
We’d like to welcome Nicole Engstrom to our blog this week! Nicole is a Sonnet parent and a photographer based out of Lakeville, Minnesota!
In Montessori schools, the word “teacher” is often replaced with the word “guide”. Are these terms truly so different?
83% of children who are or have been read aloud to say they either “loved it” or “liked” it and even more said it was a “special time” with their parent
With summer days in the 90’s recently, it may be time to hit up your local splash pad or community pool to cool down!
Resources to get you started on what Montessori looks like in the home.
It’s not uncommon for children to begin to notice differences and make comparisons between themselves and their peers.
Advocates of “process art” emphasize that it should involve a lack of instruction, no specific time limit or pressure for a finished product.