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STOP! Let your Children Do That themselves

“Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed.” – Maria Montessori. It is always the goal  in a  Montessori classroom to encourage children to be independent and be able to do things for themselves. This happens when children are given opportunities...

Why Montessori for Autistic Children?

Autism is on the rise at an alarming rate in the United States. It is estimated that there are approximately 259,425 children (ages 3-22) who have been diagnosed with autism. Autism is typically diagnosed during the first three years of life. It is the result of a...

ADHD Disorder and How to Work with Children Afflicted

ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity  Disorder is a common issue facing many parents and children. Children with this disorder have trouble paying attention and controlling impulses by acting without thinking. They can also be overly active. There is no cure for...

Kindergarten: ready or not?

Here are some simple  guidelines to decide if your child is kindergarten-ready. Starting kindergarten is one of the biggest milestones in a child's life. Here are some tips to help you decide whether your child will be socially, academically and physically prepared to...

Is your Child ready for Kindergarten?

Kindergarten Readiness Checklist To be successful in school, children need to be supported and nurtured in all areas of development. With the Montessori approach,  development is the main focus when it comes to Kindergarten readiness.  It is very  important that your...

Montessori school enters 25th year

A local Montessori school is celebrating 25 years of educating area preschool and kindergarten students. Under the leadership of founder Judy Ruberg, Farmview Montessori Garden, located at 3501 Tylersville Road, offers academic learning and engagement with other...