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A Place for Everything, and Everything in its Place

Children subconsciously absorb all of their surroundings, that is why it is important to maintain a well organized, prepared learning environment at all times, thriving with works that match their individual interests and needs. 121 more words

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Photo of the Day: Dinosaur Cave


“Play is the work of the child” – Dr. Maria Montessori

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Upcoming Melbourne forum: Technology and Dementia: A Game Changer

As part of Alzheimer’s Australia Vic’s Leadership in quality dementia support series on Tuesday 2 September we have a unique event on offer, Technology and Dementia: A Game Changer… 252 more words

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autism & montessori

it’s the first day of school and i already did my first little project: a first-then picture schedule.

in the mornings, i work at a montessori school as a shadow for a couple of children with autism. 263 more words

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Desire for work

“A child’s desire to work represents a vital instinct since he cannot organize his personality without working: a man builds himself through working. There can be no substitute for work, neither affection nor physical well-being can replace it.” (p.186, para. 183 more words

The Secret Of Childhood Chapter Discussion

Photo of the Day: Orange Juice Squeezing

Orange squeezing gives the child a sense of self-regulation, promotes healthy concentration, and a sequence order.

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Step Inside.....

Step inside and visit our Lake Forest School! 

All from the comforts your home!

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