Year: 2014

Water Play Wednesdays!

Montessori Water Play

We had our very first water play day yesterday.  It was a success and we will continue this throughout the summer. Every Wednesday will be “Water Play Wednesday” at Star Bright Montessori. Parents – please remember to send your child

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Future of Montessori Children

Successful Montessori Graduates

“The Montessori experience at an early age prepares children at a later age to be able to isolate, classify, discriminate, analyze, and use critical thinking skills.  It is a basis for creative learning and intellectual curiosity.” ~ Dr. Maria Montessori

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Why Montessori play is not child’s play

“The first six years of the child are the foundation of all the characteristics, attitudes, and abilities of his adulthood constructed in such a manner that it lasts throughout his whole life.” ~ Dr. Maria Montessori Young children are very

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Is your Child ready for Preschool?

Most early childhood education centers such as preschools and Montessori schools (primary classroom) will accept children at 2.5 years old.  That doesn’t necessarily mean your child is ready for preschool.  Your child should be emotionally, physically and cognitively ready to

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Montessori Method Infographic

The Montessori Method of education developed by Dr. Maria Montessori is a child-centered educational approach based on scientific observation. Learn More.  

Maria Montessori

Maria Montessori was an Italian physician and creator of the Montessori Method. Born in Chiaravalle, Italy, she moved to Rome in 1875. She became interested in teaching through her work with disabled children while studying medicine. In 1906 she oversaw

Fun with a Sandbox

Star Bright Montessori installed a sandbox in its toddler play area. We are very excited about it. A sandbox is a great way for your children to practice coordination by learning how to fill containers which also helps in learning

What is Montessori?

For a lot of parents, deciding how their child or children spend their days prior to entering Kindergarten can be a stressful and difficult experience. Parents often have many options to choice from including babysitting, daycare, preschool and Montessori school

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