Montessori parenting draws from the studies and ideas of Maria Montessori, who advocated a relaxed parenting approach. It highlights the importance of leaving the toddlers to play freely and refraining from punishment if they’re naughty. The primary purpose of Montessori parenting is to focus on 
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Nobody looks forward to summertime as much as the kids – either because they have a summer camp with loads of fun activities or want to play in the pool with their friends. Sadly, the sudden onset of the coronavirus means that summer won’t be the 
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The basic principle of the Montessori Method centers on following the child and allowing them to learn by exploring their own interests. Children’s curiosity interests them in learning about different skills and concepts at different points in their development stage. According to the Montessori Method, 
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Right from the moment of birth, children continuously undergo a remarkably rapid rate of growth and development. As they grow, children develop various capacities that influence how they absorb and understand information, communicate, take responsibility, exercise judgement, show awareness and empathy for others, and make decisions. 
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According to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, young children thrive when they have positive and secure relationships with adults who are knowledgeable about how to support their learning and development. Children begin learning about the world around them in sophisticated ways—that aren’t always 
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Whether your baby is halfway through their first year of life or their second, there’s no denying that they experience a whirlwind of physical, mental, social, and emotional changes during this period in their lives. As your child progresses into toddlerhood and learns to crawl, 
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Our lovely students brought Kites and gave presentations on their Kites.
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Infants and Toddlers at CRMS enjoying Easter!
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