The holiday season is upon us. This very busy time of year affects children, who depend on us for consistency, in so many ways. Although the increased activity of the holidays is fun, it can also be stressful, for adults and children alike. Here are some tips that may help to make this holiday season calmer. 1. Plan. … [Read more...]
Montessori at Home
Bringing Montessori principles into your home is a valuable bridge to what your child learns at school.
Holiday Recipe for a Peaceful Home Love Unconditionally. Practice Patience. Be Forgiving. Respect All Living Things. Connect With the Gift of Nature. Perform Random Acts of Kindness. Embrace An Attitude of Gratitude. Hold Dear Family Rituals and Traditions. Listen With An Open Heart and … [Read more...]
When 13 year-old Logan LaPlante grows up, he wants to be happy and healthy. He discusses how hacking his education is helping him achieve this goal. Logan incorporates these simple practices for being happy and healthy according to Dr. Roger Walsh, Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLC): Exercise Diet and … [Read more...]
Provide for Activities that Encourage lots of Physical Exercise Current research suggests that there is a direct link to physical exercise and academic excellence. It has been noted that "physical activity may reduce boredom and increase attention span and concentration," according to a study done by assistant professor … [Read more...]