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  1. Teal Pumpkin Project

    Here at ADM we have a strict “no outdoor food” rule due to the number of students with food allergies. As a teacher I am always aware of what I am eating and making sure that I wash my hands before I come into the classroom and after eating food. With Halloween just around the… Continue Reading »
  2. Helping hands

    One of the obvious benefits of sending your child to a Montessori school is the mixed age group classes. The younger ones are able to look to the older ones to see what to do and how to act and the older ones are able to become leaders and teachers of materials in the classroom…. Continue Reading »
  3. What you won’t see in my classroom

    Today I wanted to spend some time talking about a misconception about Montessori and its view on fantasy. Some people may think that since there is no dress up in my classroom that I am stifling my students’ creativity. In truth I am just giving them the chance to express their creativity in different ways…. Continue Reading »