According to the kindergarten experts at Forbes, parents should Google preparing their child for Montessori as much as they Google ‘sleep-training’ and ‘bottle-feeding.’ You don’t need to wait for your child to join the school to start training them for Montessori education. You can begin the 
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Dyslexia is one of the most common learning disorders among children, making it hard for them to decode letters and words and identify sounds. The condition directly affects the areas in your child’s brain that help process language. Dyslexic children have a normal vision and 
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Thanks to the latest developments in artificial intelligence and technology, our education systems’ flexibility have profoundly improved. Montessori centers no longer rely on just summer camps and after-school activities to foster creativity. According to Forbes, Montessori education is now using a holistic blend of artwork, music, poetry, 
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Lying and stealing are a cause of concern for more parents than you may think. These actions may be deviations from a healthy behavior, but they’re still perfectly normal actions for a child to indulge in—especially as they explore the range of societal behaviors during 
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The Montessori approach to education is child-centric, with plenty of emphasis on reading and writing to build a strong academic foundation for the child. Whether through a conversation or language games, young children are encouraged to learn vocabulary through reading and writing in Montessori classrooms. The 
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Is your child bothering you as you try to work from home? There’s nothing an iPad can’t fix, right? Sure, an iPad may keep them from distracting you, but what is it doing to your child’s health in the long-run? Medical experts are sounding the 
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It can be frustrating to deal with your child’s tantrums and anger bursts when you don’t know what’s causing them. And often, it’s not possible to identify the problem unless your child can effectively communicate what they want and feel. Regardless of whether they’re able 
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Montessori learning revolves around giving children the freedom to choose what they want to do. This naturally raises questions about task avoidance from most parents. Since this is a legitimate concern, Montessori schools have established guidelines on how to deal with such behavior if seen 
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Montessori schooling is becoming increasingly popular among parents and educators alike. This method focuses on hands-on, practical learning based on the child’s ability to explore and understand the things around them. And while most Montessori schools aim to have a holistic curriculum covering most aspects of child development, 
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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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