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Montessori in a Minute Series

Dr. Maria Montessori founded a time-tested education method based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning, and collaborative play. The five main areas of study are Practical Life, Sensorial, Mathematics, Language, and Cultural Studies.

Each area of study has a set of educational materials that increase in complexity, with children progressing at their own pace and based on their stage of development and interest level.

Our Montessori in a Minute series regularly explores the unique benefits of these fundamental materials through informative posts on our blog. This  repository of past posts serves as an informational guide for hundreds of parents both at our school and around the globe and expands with new topics each week.

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Hudson Montessori School is a proud member of the American Montessori Society.

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MATH

The Montessori math curriculum is known for an emphasis on hands-on, experiential learning  at every age group. 

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LANGUAGE

The Montessori curriculum has specially designed tools to help students grow their vocabulary and language skills.

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PRACTICAL LIFE

Each Montessori classroom has a Practical Life area filled with everyday objects that captivate children.

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PHILOSOPHY AND METHODOLOGY

Montessori classrooms stimulates curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking skills. 

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SENSORIAL

Sensorial work is one way that Montessori education fosters your child’s sense of wonder with the world. 

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CULTURAL

Montessori education focuses on cultural competence and developing respect for all cultures around the globe. 

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