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by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

We are CDC compliant and providing a safe learning environment | Coronavirus(COVID-19) Update.

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Dear Alpha Montessori Families,   Alpha  Montessori School is carefully monitoring the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and will be updating this website regularly to share information about the School’s preparations and responses.   Our Health and Safety Practices   We are closely following guidance from the CDC, as well as state and local officials and […]

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by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

How to Improve Your Toddler’s Expressive Language – A Comprehensive Guide

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If you are the parent of a toddler, you undoubtedly know that language and literacy skills are crucial for his or her overall development. Reading is a wonderful experience but also an equally important skill.  A child must possess the skill of   language to express and communicate to others around them.  There are ways […]

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by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

Top 8 Recommended Must-Read Books for Parents

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Here, Alpha Montessori School lists our the Top-8 Recommended Must-read Books for Parents by the Montessori community. These books will shape any parent’s perspective and encourage us to build a bond with our children.

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by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

Square Foot Gardening Planting Guide | Montessori Outdoors

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HURRAY FOR THE OUTDOORS !!!   Did you know that gardening can have a monumental impact on a child, both cognitively and behaviorally? Children are continuously learning with whatever is in their surroundings. Nutrition awareness is an important element in today’s focus on health and wellness. For a growing child, the very process of tending […]

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by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

How Should You Talk to Your Child About COVID-19 (Corona Virus)?

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When COVID-19 entered our cities and towns, the world seemed to change overnight for our children. Free-spirited and lively little people who love to run around and crave open spaces are now confined to staying at home, and this change brings many challenges, the biggest one being that many do not know how to express […]

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by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

Ten In-Home Montessori Activities Amidst Novel COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown

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With schools in America shut due to COVID-19, you must be spending time at home. If you are also working from home, getting your child to keep busy during this time can be especially tricky. Here are 10 In-Home Montessori Activities to do during the Novel COVID-19 pandemic.

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by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

Develop Good Reading Habits: A Parent Guide to Instill a Love of Reading for your Child for Age 3-12

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In this Comprehensive Guide You’ll Discover:

 

  • The importance of reading to your child
  • Effects of reading on child development
  • Reading strategies according to the child’s age
  • How to choose books the Montessori way
  • Top 10 Montessori Books for Parents & Must-Have for Children
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    by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

    Defining Sincerity & Honesty

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    As an adult, it’s easy to describe and demonstrate the proper morals and attitudes expected of a well-rounded individual. But when it comes to a young child, how do we instill those same principles? Or more importantly, is it even a possibility to teach someone so new to this world? Sometimes these simple (but impacting) […]

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    by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

    The Great Outdoors & Montessori

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    When you hear the word “classroom”…your brain normally flashes images of confining desks, strict schedules, and dull indoor lighting. What if you walked into a classroom full of toddlers…but on this particular day, their classroom was their garden? Guides (Teachers) standing watch without interruption after demonstrating how to use tiny fingers to pull weeds from […]

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    by Ms.Rupali Abdulpurkar

    Chores & the Montessori Child

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    Chores may sound like the last thing we want to hear as an adult. However, children are capable (and more than willing!) to help us out around the house. We’ve put together a list of some age-appropriate duties you can start implementing at home with your Montessori child. 12 – 18 MONTHS Pour their own […]

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