Tomorrow’s Child Magazine

18 Oct

How does a Montessori teacher maintain order and harmony in the classroom without the use of rewards and punishments?  How do 25 or 30 young children manage to spend their days together in an environment of respect and community?  How can little tykes develop so much self-discipline and self-control at such a young age?

Find out by reading the November issue of Tomorrow’s Child magazine (published by The Montessori Foundation), where I write about all this and more!  You can subscribe to a digital version of the magazine or get the hard copy delivered in or outside the U.S. by going here!  It’s a great resource for home schooling parents, teachers, and anyone who’s curious about Montessori education and the role it can play in the lives of families.

Happy reading!

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5 Responses to “Tomorrow’s Child Magazine”

  1. Sands October 18, 2010 at 11:21 pm #

    WooHoo! Our daughter’s school shares with us the magazine. I will be looking forward!
    Ps:i am the same person from everydaymusings 🙂

  2. Cynthia October 19, 2010 at 1:10 am #

    We have been giving this magazine to our families for the past three years. It is well worth the money!

    I look forward to reading your article.

  3. Brandi (Real Life Montessori) October 19, 2010 at 2:47 pm #

    Is this your first published article? Congrats!

  4. PS Montessori October 20, 2010 at 12:07 pm #

    Sweet. I thought this magazine was put of print. I used to get it at school, but it disappeared. I’ll have to get my school back on the bandwagon. Thanks!

  5. about a girl October 23, 2010 at 4:03 am #

    Can’t wait! We get this magazine through my daughters school.
    Hope all is going well with you.
    Just have to say that now my daughter is finally in a Montessori preschool it’s amazing to watch the Montessori Method in action. I’ve already seen so many changes in her!!

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