Here are some great links that explain what it is, who it is patterned after and why. The approaches in the classroom setting and how we use these methods to inspire your child’s imagination and encourage the growth of self-confidence. https://carrotsareorange.com/montessori-theory/ http://www.monarchparkmontessori.com/the-montessori-method/montessori-theory.html Maria Montessori https://montessori-nw.org/what-is-montessori-education/
STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math are the foundations of our society. Teaching children about these building blocks in their early years helps them explore the world around them in a more fundamental way. Making connections between nature, building, shapes and numbers inspire children from a very young age to feel confident and curious. Skill […]
We Love Preschool Science Projects! We made Salt Crystal Snowflakes in January during our winter science month, the kids had lots of fun stirring the water, pouring in the salt and checking to see if it was dissolving or not and dipping in the pipe cleaners and yarn. We made fun colorful formations. These projects […]
Dramatic Play in Preschool: How it is an essential activity for your child, with children of all age ranges. The lessons they learn about themselves and how to interact with others in a pretend play scenario is priceless. Taking turns, playing opposite roles, like storekeeper and customer, teacher and student, doctor and patient allow them […]
Transitioning to Daycare can be tough on parents and children. Here are some tips to make it easier for everyone! Be prepared for tears and clinging to the parent who drops off for the first week or two. To help with this, get the child excited about going to play. Pack a favorite snack. […]
Music plays an important role in children’s lives. Here at Pinebrook Montessori, we will integrate music into each day. We realise that babies connect well to soothing soft voices and that toddlers love the new sounds at playtime. We learn what your children like best and encourage them at all stages and ages […]
We provided 4 classes with 9 to 12 children earch aged 12 months to 5 years of age.