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Transitioning from Montessori Preschool to Elementary: What to Expect

The transition from Montessori preschool to elementary education marks a pivotal chapter in a child's educational journey. It's a period brimming with growth, discovery, and the expansion of horizons. Dancing Moose Montessori School, with its commitment to holistic...

Understanding the Montessori Curriculum: A Guide for Parents

The decision to embark on the Montessori educational path is akin to choosing a journey of discovery and growth for your child. This guide aims to illuminate the Montessori curriculum's landscape, offering insights into its foundational principles and the enriching...

How Montessori Schools Foster Independence and Self-Confidence

At Dancing Moose Montessori School, we embrace a philosophy that nurtures children's natural drive towards growth and independence. Our educational approach, rooted in the Montessori method, aims to cultivate not only academic skills but also essential life qualities...

The Benefits of Positive Discipline

By: Michelle Edvik, Educational Coach As we celebrate Spring and all the flowers and warm days ahead, it makes me reflect on children's natural ability to pick out and witness all the beauty in the world around them! We, at Dancing Moose, teach a Cosmic Curriculum....
The Benefits of Positive Discipline

The Benefits of Positive Discipline

By: Michelle Edvik, Educational Coach As we celebrate Spring and all the flowers and warm days ahead, it makes me reflect on children's natural ability to pick out and witness all the beauty in the world around them! We, at Dancing Moose, teach a Cosmic Curriculum....

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The Dancing Moose Difference

The Dancing Moose Difference

Dancing Moose Montessori is focused on overall program quality and a whole child approach, which includes attention to a child’s physical, social-emotional, and academic development. Our team has crafted and continues to refine a research-based program that best...

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Setting the Stage for Independence

Setting the Stage for Independence

Credit: Dr. Joyce Sibbett Children are capable of doing a variety of activities independently. You can set the stage for this independence by laying out creative materials while devoting some time to let children know that you see them and the outcomes of their play...

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