I’m hopeful that most people realize Montessori  Education is named after Maria Montessori.  Her picture hangs in each Classroom here at school.  Born in 1870, she was a woman ahead of her times in many ways – self- motivated  to further her education and become 
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“Toys with sound or visual input improve cognitive skills, but it is important that [the child] be able to interact with them.  Banging two pans together is far better brain food than pushing buttons to create noises produced by hidden electronic parts.  The child should 
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Over the summer, many of the Teachers and I read Permission to Parent by Robin Berman, MD. The book resonated with us as educators of small children and as Montessorians. I asked the staff to share their biggest “takeaways” or favorite excerpts from the book: 
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