Tag Archives: “Weinacker’s Montessori”

Why Multi-Culturalism in Pre-School?

  Why should we expose children to different cultures at the pre-school level?  After all, one might say, by the time children reach adolescence they will have forgotten everything they learned when they were three to six years old.  Quite … Continue reading

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Discipline: It Comes from Within!

As adults, when we think of discipline in early childhood we may think back to a time when our parent’s bare hand (or, even worse, a switch) was the means in which to achieve it.  However, this does not have … Continue reading

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Hands Off? Or, Hands-On!

  If you are like most parents you probably looked at a half-dozen pre-schools and talked to a dozen friends before you found a school that you felt comfortable with.  One, you might have thought, that finally suited your needs.  … Continue reading

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Peer Problem-Solving in Early Childhood

  How often have you been in the situation of trying to solve a conflict between your child and another child (who may also be yours) and wondered what to do?  You may ask yourself the question of whether you … Continue reading

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