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Did You Know? Google Founders Attended Montessori School! See the Video Here

Did you know that the founders of Google are worth over 6 billion dollars each?

In this video from DrMariaMontessori.com, ABC News interviews the creators of Google on how early education helped lead to their overall success. Both Larry Page and Sergey Brin attribute part of their success to the Montessori Preschool Plan. As students of Montessori schools, Page and Brin developed an early sense of self-determination and motivation through the use of creative educational stimulation. Learn more about their experiences in this full clip.

Are you ready to get your child started on the road to a better life? Let our educational professionals with the Montessori School at Starcreek help your child develop the fundamental educational and social skills they need to succeed. Call The Montessori School at Starcreek at 972.727.2800, North Dallas at 972.985.8844 or West Plano at 972.618.8844.

School is Out But Fall Isn't Far Away So Learn How Your Toddler Could Benefit in Montessori School

Studies show that 90% of a child’s brain develops during the first 5 years of life. This means that children may often fall behind in both academic and social skills if they are not exposed to educational stimulation at an early age.

One of the best ways to ensure that your child develops a strong educational foundation for the rest of their life is to enroll them in a private elementary school or preschool. Are you having trouble finding the right school for your child? Consider what your toddler will learn in Montessori School.

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Toddler Programs

The Montessori toddler programs are designed for children 18 months through 3 years of age. It is during this stage that children develop 80% of their personality, improve gross and fine motor skills, enhance mobility, and ultimately learn that they are an individual part of the overall community. The Montessori school believes that this is a critical time for your child’s development and therefore strives to work with your child’s natural tendencies in order to encourage them to enjoy learning.

Inside the Classrooms

Your Montessori teacher will allow each student to work at their own pace while exploring math, language, geography, botany and science, social studies, and music and art. By putting an emphasis on the process rather than the product of learning, Montessori teachers can promote learning, mastery of self, social competence, and self-discipline. There are also several enrichment programs available for your toddler, including computer instruction, outdoor gardening, science experimentation, reading programs, fine arts, and physical education. These programs are designed to supplement academic instruction and allow for a variety of activities to take place on a daily basis.

With 17 classrooms devoted to music, science, and math, the Montessori Schools provides a comfortable and intriguing learning environment for your child. For more information on the Montessori Preschool Plan or Montessori Daycare, call (972)727-2800 in Starcreek, (972) 985-8844 in North Dallas, and (972) 618-8844 in West Plano today!

While You're Doing Your Research on Montessori Schools, Check Out These Resources

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Are you interested in learning more about the aspects of your child’s education? Here are some sites to help you get started.

  • This article from the New York Times discusses the importance of art in your child’s education.
  • Are you wondering if Montessori education is best? This article from Medical News Today discusses how the children of Montessori schools perform compared to those in traditional schools.
  • If you currently have your child in public school but are considering putting him or her into private schooling, then this article provides signs to alter your child’s education.
  • This pamphlet talks about why learning science is important for your child.
  • This page will explain what will happen if you put your child into a Montessori daycare or preschool program.

You can also receive more information and updates on our Facebook and Twitter pages!  (972) 727-2800 

 

Please Join Us For Our Annual Family Picnic and Field Day: Thursday, May 26

Please join us for a fun-filled event to celebrate the end of another wonderful Montessori school year! We invite you to bring your entire family and a picnic lunch for your family to enjoy.  Dismissal for all children will be at 11 am. 

Another Family Picnic

We will have fun games for the whole family available after the picnic from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

PICNIC CHECKLIST:

 

• Picnic lunch for your family: Please do not send lunch to school with your child

• Picnic blanket

• Cooler with drinks: Please no glass containers and no alcoholic beverages

• Sun hat, bugspray & sunscreen: Apply before school and again at 11 a.m.

• Wear tennis shoes: We want you to be comfortable  during the games.

• A towel: Some of our field games involve water!

THE SCHOOL WILL CLOSE AT 11:00 A.M. FOR ALL SERVICES ON THIS DAY! Contact us for any questions or additional information: Starcreek (972-727-2800), North Dallas (972-985-8844), West Plano (972-618-8844)

Feeling Uncertain? 3 Signs Montessori Schools are Right for Your Child

Are you looking for the elementary school that will work best for your child? Sometimes a private elementary school, such as a Montessori school, is your best option. 

 While all children can benefit from the individualized attention and focus on personal development provided by a Montessori school, here are a few signs that your child might be an exceptional fit at one of our private elementary schools:

1. Curiosity

If your child is particularly curious about the world around them and learning through hands-on experiences, then a Montessori elementary school or preschool might be the best option for your child. The Montessori method caters to this instinct—learning concrete actions and concepts through the use of all of a child’s senses—while public schools focus on mimicking and repetition.                                  

2. Doesn’t function well under pressure

Sometimes children struggle when they first get into school because of the strict structure of assignment and task due dates. If this is the case with your child, then a Montessori plan for preschool or elementary school is just right. Our private schools allow the students to learn at the pace that is good for them, making them more interested and successful with what they are learning.

3. Shyness

A particularly shy child, especially in preschool or early elementary school, may struggle in school due to the fact that interacting with large groups of people is daunting. At a Montessori school, the child has the opportunity to interact one-on-one with their teachers and peers, or, if they wish to concentrate on their own activities instead, they can choose to focus instead of forced socialization.

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If you think that putting your child into a Montessori school would help them excel, then contact the Montessori School at Starcreek in Allen. For an overview of the programs that we offer, visit our website.

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