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Outdoor Learning in Children

Why Outdoor Learning is Important for the Children? Outdoor play is an essential component of child care and childhood growth. It encourages children to get some fresh air and engage in hands-on exploration of the natural environment. Nature, on the other hand, has a positive influence that extends beyond play and fresh air. We’d like…

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Independence in a Montessori Child

    “Independence is not a static condition; it is a continuous conquest, and in order to reach not only freedom, but also strength, and the perfecting on one’s powers, it is necessary to follow this path of unremitting toil.”   — Maria Montessori Montessori educators respect and promote independence in even their youngest students,…

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Positive Discipline

Positive Discipline-How Can We Adults Do It? Positive discipline is difficult, but in the long-term will help more than traditional methods. With Covid-19, we have come to spend more time with our children. This has brought discpline and how we enforce it to the fore. However, as parents, are we ready to cope with some…

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Toilet Learning in a Montessori Way- Parents Guide

Toilet Learning in Montessori – Are the Adults Ready? The Montessori approach refers to the process as “toilet learning” rather than “potty training” or “toilet training.“ This is because a child learns to use a toilet through a natural process similar to walking or crawling, which does not necessitate training. Although many parents delay toilet…

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Siblings Rivalry

Siblings Rivalry: Is it something a parent shall worry about? What on earth could make siblings become rivals? Turning the home into a continuous battle ground, and parents into umpires? To understand the topic better we need to understand the meaning of the two component words. Siblings simply means each of two or more children…

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Separation Anxiety in Children

Separation Anxiety in Children: What to do as a Montessorian? Separation anxiety is a common and normal fear of being away from their parents. The behavior you might see when children are separated from parents or care-givers is sometimes called ‘separation protest’. Separation anxiety can be seen in infants and toddlers. Young children often experience…

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Practical Life in Montessori Curriculum

Practical Life in a Montessori Classroom Practical Life in Montessori curriculum provides an opportunity for a child to practice everyday routines that must come in an organized and sequence manner. It is a purposeful activity that develops  and promotes motor control coordination, focus and sense of responsibility. What are Practical Life Activities? Practical Life activities…

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RIE® approach at Ho Chi Minh City – Authentic RIE® environment

RIE

Today, Montessori method is very popular in Ho Chi Minh City in particular and nationwide in general. However, the RIE ® approach still seems rather new in Vietnam. As such, we are introducing the RIE ® approach to Ho Chi Minh City. Introducing the RIE ® Approach to Ho Chi Minh City We opened the…

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River House Montessori is preparing for Tet holiday

River House Montessori

As a school proud of its open space and fresh atmosphere, River House Montessori for the past 1 year has been an ideal environment for children to learn and play. What are River House teachers and staffs doing when the school is temporarily closed for Tet? During the past busy school year. We always prepare…

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Famous Maria Montessori quotes – Benefits of the Montessori programme

Maria Montessori quotes

Benefits of the Montessori Programme   Montessori education offers children opportunities to develop their potential as they step out into the world as engaged, competent, responsible, and respectful citizens with an understanding and appreciation that learning is for life.   ” Free the child’s potential, and you will transform him into the world.” -Maria Montessori…

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