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Featured After Age 6 Video

Montessori Madness is a quick draw video that gives a quick and compelling explanation of Montessori schools.

Reading Aloud: A Gift that Keeps on Giving

The benefits of reading aloud after the early years: middle school, college, and beyond

How I Raised Teenagers Who Tell Me Everything, Even When It’s Hard

Learn the game that the author played with her children starting in preschool

Daydreaming Is Good for You and Other Things I Want Kids to Know About Their Brains

Brain science translated into digestible, actionable chunks for children

This Mother's Description of her Tween Son's Brain Is a Must-read for All Parents

One mother's compelling wording for an important conversation between parent and child

A Montessori Guide to Technology and Teens

A thorough guide to how to thoughtfully incorporate technology with teens

Trevor Eissler's "Montessori Madness" Fast Draw

Use this video to quickly understand or explain the value of Montessori schools

The Fundamental Choice  

A must-read when making the choice between Montessori and non-Montessori for the elementary years


About Those Standards

Helping parents understand the relationship between (non-Montessori) public school standards and what is learned in a Montessori elementary classroom

Grades: A High Schooler’s Tribute to Montessori

An award-winning student essay that eloquently describes the transition from Montessori school (ages 3 to 12) to a non-Montessori high school

Ideas for a Montessori Bedroom - 5 Years +

Inspiring bedroom ideas for an elementary aged child

Montessori Home Environments for a Five-Year-Old

All around the home: ideas for an elementary aged child

If You Build It, They Will Come

A story about connecting with older children over a challenging project 

Getting the Chores Done

A video on chores by a large family that runs a successful business and home together


Goal Setting

A video on goal setting by a large family that runs a successful business and home together

Japan’s Independent Kids

How Japanese culture emphasizes independence and self-reliance from a young age


Should Kids Clean Their Own Classrooms? Japan Thinks So.

Japanese kids clean their own classrooms and have fun doing it

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