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Adults usually view play as a diversion from learning or essential work. However, as the renowned child psychologist Jean Piaget says, “Play is the work of children.” Free, independent play promotes a child’s healthy development. When children are in pain or nervous, adults look for activities or professional assistance to help them cope. We often […]

Play is the Work of the Child

March 6, 2023

Sending your child to preschool can be challenging, especially when they are just three or four years old. However, starting your child’s preschool education before the age of four will prepare them for greater success in all aspects of life.  The preschool years are when a child’s brain shows the most dynamic and elaborate developmental […]

The Benefits of Starting Preschoolbefore Age 4

January 4, 2023

Traditional classrooms group children by age, and they will be taught the same material. The teaching pace is based on an average student’s learning capacity, and some children might feel left out or bored. That is where mixed-age classrooms come to the rescue, where the age group of children in the classroom would be around […]

Benefits of Mixed-Age Classrooms

November 11, 2022

When looking into educational programs for your children, one thing that should be considered is the type of program being used – daycare programs, home-based schools and preschools. There are different educational approach used by different programs —Waldorf programs, for example, focus on fostering creativity, while Montessori programs focus on independent learning. While some might […]

How an Authentic Montessori Program Can Benefit You and Your Children

October 1, 2022