Arlington Montessori House

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Arlington Montessori House
Arlington Montessori House is listed in the Schools Academic Preschool & Kindergarten category in Arlington, Virginia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Arlington Montessori House which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Arlington Montessori House on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Contact information for Arlington Montessori House is:
3809 Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
(703) 524-2511
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Arlington Montessori House shared Janet Lansbury - Elevating Child Care's post.
Readers read because they want to, so the secret to encouraging our children is the same for reading as it is for play, creativity, sports, hobbies, or any other intrinsically rewarding activity. We must put away our agendas. Or, as Maria Montessori might suggest, “follow the child.” Here’s how…
Readers read because they want to, so the secret to encouraging our children is the same for reading as it is for play, creativity, sports, hobbies, or any

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“Trust that you know what you’re doing”? Very Montessori. Maria Montessori revolutionized education, but her theories are great in the workplace, too.

Arlington Montessori House shared Screen-Free Parenting's post.
Recently, my two young screen-free kids (currently 2 and 4-years-old) have been doing something amazing. They play by themselves – sometimes for hours. The curious thing I noticed was that this magic situation seemed to be somewhat limited to when only I was “with” my kids. It didn’t happen when Aunts, Uncles, Grandparents were around. I also noted it did not happen as often when my husband was around. I initially chalked that up to the novelty other adults bring to a situation. I believed that to my kids, mom was “old news”. However, after observing their play (and much reflection), I believe their happy independent play occurs with me for two reasons. First, I am a little bit “old news”. Sad, but true. Second, but perhaps more important, is when my children are playing, I have become what I have dubbed a “Quiet Adult”. I believe this “Quiet Adult” hypothesis has some merit because if their self-directed, joyful play was only due to me being “old news”, then theoretically they would be happier with those other caregivers. Only, they don’t seem to be. They often seem to have their best days when they have plenty of time left alone to play uninterrupted with one another. Obviously, independent free-play has its limits. They eventually exhaust their creative juices and come to me. But an hour or two of independent free-play is fine by me. When they do come find me, I am refreshed and ready to read to them or take them outside. Read the article to see 5 ways to be a quiet adult...
Recently, my two young screen-free kids (currently 2 and 4-years-old) have been doing something amazing. They play by themselves – sometimes for hours. The curious thing I noticed was that this magic situation seemed to be somewhat limited to when only I was “with” my kids. It didn’t happen when Aun...

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We are just 3 weeks away from this incredible event! Buy your tickets TODAY at http://www.arlingtonmontessori.com/!
We are excited to announce our March Parent Partnership event featuring Dr. Steve Hughes on March 29th from 7-9 pm. We are partnering with a number of local Montessori schools (including Drew Model Elementary/AMAC, Del Ray Montessori School, Montessori School of Northern Virginia and Hope Montessori) to celebrate our important work with children. Check out our flyer and register today for his talk "Education for Life: Neuroscience Perspectives on Montessori Education from Infancy through Elementary". Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at www.arlingtonmontessori.com

Arlington Montessori House shared North American Montessori Teachers' Association (NAMTA)'s photo.
Celebrating the 110th anniversary of Montessori Education! Montessori Education Week: February 26 through March 4, 2017