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Archive for June, 2014

When you want to make a positive impact in the life of your child, consider enrolling them in a Montessori school instead of a traditional day care setting.

What is a Montessori School?

In the United States, the economy and changing family structures often requires both parents to work. It has been estimated that over 85% of mothers across America are working. Because of this, some sort of day care is often necessary for younger children who have not yet reached school age.

It is important to ensure your child is in an environment that encourages learning from the start. A simple day care setting provides “care”, but does not always provide an education. The psychology and learning style of a child may not even be taken into consideration in a traditional day care.

Instead, consider enrolling your child in a Montessori environment.

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Teaching Children Second Languages

Posted by Edith On June 13th

No one but a child can learn to perfection as many languages as he/ she hears spoken about him. ~Dr. Maria Montessori

Preschool student learns Spanish

A student at our child care center in Chula Vista, CA learns to count in Spanish

From birth to around the age of six, a child is in what Dr. Montessori called the “sensitive period for languages.” This means, that during this time in their life, a child can learn a second language with no effort and no accent.

In our increasingly global world, most parents realize that it is a great benefit for their children to be fluent in multiple languages. Take advantage of the fact that your young child is at the prime learning stage for comprehending and retaining the ability to speak a second language.

At the ages of two and three, your child is increasing his or her vocabulary. However, they’re also starting to…

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