The Basics of Infant Education in Montessori Schools

Your baby is years away from reading books by themselves or adding equations. But that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start their education. Take a look at what’s, why’s, and how’s of Montessori learning in the earliest years.

What Is Montessori Education for Infants?

Most Montessori schools start infant education as early as six-weeks of age. Even though your infant can go to “school,” this doesn’t mean Montessori babies learn in the same way older children do. But these classrooms or communities for the youngest students do follow the teachings of Dr. Maria Montessori and the educational philosophy she created.

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Why Choose A Full-Time Montessori Preschool For Your Child?

Should your child go to a full- or part-time Montessori preschool program? If you’re not sure which option is the right choice, take a look at the advantages of all-day or five-day school week for your pre-k child.

Regular Routine

The Montessori classroom is unlike any other school (or often home) environment. In these classrooms young children can choose activities, work at their own pace, and guide their own learning process.

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