The First Plane of Development: Birth to Age 6

Courtesy of: North American Montessori Center’s Montessori Teacher Training Blog    Most modern educational philosophy centers around the theory that growth, development, and learning occur on a steady linear continuum from birth to early adulthood. Montessori philosophy on how humans learn differs in some key ways: Maria Montessori believed learning for children and youth occurred […]

The “Second Plane” (6-12 Year Old) Child

By: Simone Davies of The Montessori Notebook I have a lot of compassion for elementary-aged children. We think of them as rude, disorderly, and unkempt. They judge, criticize and answer back. They push away their family in favor of friends. Yet they report their friends’ wrongdoings to adults, while remaining loyal to their group even […]

Everyday Science at Home

This week’s blog post is an article taken from Montessori Services/For Small Hands, which is a wonderful place to buy games, toys, and Montessori-inspired materials for your child to have at home. St. Paul’s is participating in a fundraiser with For Small Hands – we receive credits to put towards school purchases when you place […]

Getting Back Into the Routine!

As children (and adults) get back into the routine of being at school, they go through an adjustment period, which can show itself in a variety of ways including big feelings, tantrums, withdrawal, opposition, and difficulty sleeping. Here are some ways you can support your child as they adjust after being out of the classroom […]

Montessori Parenting Habits

6 Montessori Parenting abits to Practice Every Day Here’s what you can do at home, today! Living the Montessori philosophy at home with children can seem daunting. Educators get dedicated training in this curriculum, after all, so you might ask yourself, “How could I possibly use this philosophy at home if I don’t have a […]

Fall School Reopening SY2020-2021 Covid Update

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Dear Families, At St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School, our commitment has always been to provide a safe and loving environment where your children can flourish academically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. We are eager to open our doors so we can provide that support to our students in the most intimate way. I appreciate your patience […]

Non Gala Gala

I hope you enjoy this video. Will you please join me in supporting St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School? Donate Here