Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Why Montessori in the K Year?

The Montessori approach is carefully based on what we've learned about children's cognitive, neurological and emotional development from several decades of research. The kindergarten year is a dynamic year, a time to really internalize the early concrete experiences and make important, solid cognitive connections.
By this third—or Kindergarten—year, many of the earlier lessons in the Montessori classroom come together and become a permanent part of the young child’s understanding.
Here are 20 reasons to keep your child in Montessori for their Kindergarten year. 
Come learn more at our Kindergarten Open House this weekend!

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