Lower Elementary students begin to work and learn in groups. This is how they learn to function within a society. "Yet a third interesting fact to be observed in the child of six is his need to associate himself with others, not merely for the sake of company, but in some sort of organized activity. He likes to mix with others in a group wherein each has a different status. A leader is chosen, and is obeyed, and a strong group is formed. This is a natural tendency, through which mankind becomes organized." ~Maria Montessori Photos by Laura Normoyle ... See MoreSee Less
Have you heard about Silent Journey? Silent Journey is a wonderful learning opportunity for parents to discover what it’s like to be a Montessori student. Join us on Saturday, January 20, 9-12:30 am. Spend the morning receiving lessons from each developmental level and see how the Montessori materials transition between the classrooms.
You must sign up for this event as there are limited spaces available. RSVP to Natasha at firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less