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  • Montessori Education Around the World
    November 27, 2017  

    All around the world, traditional classrooms vary depending on their location; this is due to cultural and national standards along with measurements of educational success. For example, if you entered a public school classroom in Japan, it would look much different than a public school classroom in America. Children are educated very differently, based on where they are. The Montessori Method Dr. Maria Montessori developed the Montessori method of education which first made its way […]

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  • 5 Handprint Holiday Crafts for Kids
    November 15, 2017  
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    The holidays are a fantastic time of year to try out new craft ideas for kids. Something even better than just a simple craft project is a craft that can also become a memento to keep for years to come, and holiday handprint crafts are perfect for that. It captures a specific moment in time when their hands were so tiny and cute! Here are some fantastic handprint holiday crafts for kids: Ornament – Take […]

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  • Is Your Child Ready for a Pet?
    October 20, 2017  

    When considering your child’s first pet, keep in mind your child’s age and developmental stage. If pet care will be his or her responsibility, be sure to pick an animal whose needs can be managed easily. Pet selection is very important; cats and dogs require a great deal of daily attention. Such animals need to be fed, walked, brushed, washed, cleaned up after, and their waste must be scooped up. Other creatures, like birds, fish, […]

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  • Fall Crafts for Kids
    October 11, 2017  

    With the colorful changing leaves, assorted gourds and cool weather, the time is now for fun fall activities. The following collection of easy craft ideas for kids features seasonal themes with items you can collect outdoors and other affordable materials. These creative fall crafts are child-friendly and will provide hours of artful fun. Not-so-Scary create the pumpkins. Draw stems with a brown marker and use a green marker to draw leaves and a vine to […]

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  • Kids and Sports Safety
    September 27, 2017  

    Sports can be a great way for children to receive social, emotional and physical benefits. However, sports injuries can be a serious and traumatic experience for children of any ages. Fortunately, many sports injuries can be avoided with proper planning and safety so that our children can continue enjoying the sports they love. Here are some tips for ensuring your child isn’t injured unnecessarily while participating in sports or athletic activities. Stretching & Warming Up […]

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  • Get Ready for Cold and Flu Season
    September 12, 2017  
    Get Ready for Cold and Flu Season

    Back-to-School Season is always an exciting time for kids and parents, but it also means the start of cold and flu season. Here are a few tips to keep your family healthy. Keep your hands clean! This is possibly the most important and simplest step in keeping your kids and household cold and flu-free. The viruses that cause colds and the flu are very easy to spread from surface to surface and are typically transferred […]

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  • Benefits of Extracurricular Activities
    August 22, 2017  
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    There are many parents out there that believe extracurricular activities only benefit their child’s chance of getting into college; while this is a benefit, it isn’t the only one. Many recent studies have shown that extracurricular activities provide a variety of benefits to children, from improved time management to better academics. Interested in knowing how extracurricular activities can benefit your child? Follow along! Improve Time Management Having your children involved with extracurricular activities can teach […]

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  • Your Back to School To-Do List
    August 10, 2017  
    Your Back to School To-Do List

    Whether this is your child’s first year of school or if you have been down this road before, the start of a new academic year is always challenging. There are so many things to do, and important steps that are easy to forget. The following is a helpful back to school to do list to help take the guesswork out to make a smoother transition. Back to School To-Do List  Contact your child’s school to […]

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  • Last-Minute Family Vacation Tips
    July 26, 2017  

    With summer quickly coming to an end, a lot of families wish they took a summer family vacation. But, the good news is, it’s not too late! Memorial Montessori is here to save the day with our last minute family vacation tips! Off-Season Incentives – Many popular winter destinations will offer incentives to attract customers during their off-season. Vacations to destinations such as the Caribbean islands or Ski Resorts offer giant discounts for families, some […]

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  • Choosing Your Child’s School
    July 18, 2017  

    When you first move to a new school district, it can be hard to tell how to pick a good school for your child to enroll in. Aside from deciding whether you’d like to opt for a public or private school, there are other criteria that might make one option better than the rest. If you’re looking for a good place to start, here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a […]

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