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Raising Young Siblings that Love Each Other

As parents, we want our children to have a loving and caring relationship with their siblings.  We hope our children will form friendships with one another that will get them through the rocky road of life.  However, in the early years it can feel like all they do is fight for your attention and over […]

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Age of Montessori Graduates Discuss First Years of Teaching

Many Paths, One Message: Help to Life

  Presented by Age of Montessori Faculty and Graduates: Susan Hoffman, BS, Faculty Carriga Camp, BA and Vanessa Chipe Swiggart, BA Tech Note:  Audio signal fluctuates throughout video. Graduates discuss their path to becoming Montessori teachers and the importance of professional development. This is a question and answer format that is perfect for anyone considering […]

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Montessori Mindfulness

Montessori Mindfulness

Parents, do you sometimes find yourself wondering what you did during the day, beyond managing tantrums or cleaning up messes? Many adults go through their day not really very present (mentally or emotionally) as they interact with their children. This makes it easy for the brain to get stuck feeling stressed. Not only is stress unhealthy for […]

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In View of Recent Events in Charlottesville

 We at Age of Montessori are grateful to hear from MACTE, our accrediting group with offices in Charlottesville, and join with them in the absolute determination that as we help our children live in peace and respect for all, we can and will change our world. — Mary Ellen Maunz MACTE’s Reflections on Recent Events […]

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AOM’s Teacher Education Program Stands Apart

What makes Age of Montessori’s Teacher Education program stand apart from so many others? From my perspective, it is difficult to describe in just a few words the high level of professionalism, individualized attention, depth of content and study that I received from my courses at Age of Montessori. I have attended graduate school and […]

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A glimpse into Age of Montessori’s residency in beautiful Bozeman, Montana

Age of Montessori’s 15-day in person residency is a brief but fundamental component of becoming a MACTE accredited Montessori teacher. In just over two weeks, the summer intensive gives students hands on training with the materials and a chance to practice lessons in-person with faculty. Additionally, this is a time to connect with fellow students and […]

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