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The Third Level of Cognitive Development

Application refers to the ability to use learned and observed understanding of knowledge in concrete and real-life situations. This is one of the foundational learning philosophies that a Montessori School follows. It is believed that children learn efficiently when they are learning independently, as this unlocks a child’s potential outside of academics and theories. As … Continue reading

The Benefits of Extracurricular Activities

When we think of extracurricular activities, we immediately see it as a “pastime” for kids and it’s just a waste of time being a part of a curriculum that is taught to kids in school. What we don’t know is the important role extracurricular activities play in the early development of a child’s growth and … Continue reading

The Importance of Everyday Living Skills

We are all aware that a child’s development is at its peak at a young age between 2 to 6 years. The lessons we instill in them is crucial as it can impact the foundation of their growth and learning akin to constructing a building where the foundation is the most important part of the … Continue reading

Understanding Children with ADHD

As an educator for preschool in Maryland, one of the needs that you will encounter when dealing with young kids is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. This condition is more commonly known as ADHD. ADHD is actually a widely misunderstood condition. Kids with ADHD can learn as fast (or even faster) as any child, but what … Continue reading

Fun Games for Preschool Kids

Games are, and should always be, central to a child’s learning at a preschool in Maryland. Games teach kids the important values of sportsmanship, teamwork, camaraderie and patience. At their age, preschool kids learn a lot as much by playing as when they are reading books, or writing letters. Games, of course, are always part … Continue reading

How to Deal Positively with an Anxious Child

Anxiety is one of the emotions commonly suffered by children, particularly older children. Anxiety sets in due to factors, such as a sudden change in a child’s life or a particularly traumatizing experience in recent history. Parents have the responsibility to address anxiety and ease their children’s symptoms. It’s imperative that the family members of … Continue reading