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May 26, 2021
Child at La Jolla Montessori school learning to read and write in spanish

Raising a Bilingual Child

Raising a bilingual child is easy because toddlers, preschoolers and Kindergarten students all possess abilities to naturally learn language.  Children naturally communicate in the language they […]
April 21, 2021
Toddler learning Spanish at Montessori school in La Jolla

Why Being Bilingual Is a Skill

The reason why a three year-old learns English and Spanish together is simple: being bilingual is a skill. Students learn both languages as a tool to […]
April 21, 2021
Toddler Music In-Person Learning at La Jolla Montessori School

What Is The Best Age To Start Preschool?

One of the most important questions new parents ask us when touring our school is: “What is the best age to start preschool?”  Our answer is […]
February 24, 2021
Montessori Method of Teaching

The Montessori Method of Teaching Builds Students’ Skill Sets

Part II of II— The Montessori Environment and Tools Teachers Use Teachers are continually observing and evaluating how to build students’ overall academic, social and emotional […]
February 24, 2021
Toddler Cutting a Banana Independently at La Jolla Montessori School

What Is The Montessori Method of Teaching?

Part I of II—How the Montessori Method Benefits The Child The Montessori Method of teaching was founded by Maria Montessori, Italy’s first female doctor nearly 120 […]
February 2, 2021
Difference Between Montessori Preschool And Day Care

The Difference Between Montessori Preschool And Day Care

Day Care is Not Necessarily Preschool Often, when touring La Jolla Montessori School, parents ask our team the difference between Montessori preschool and day care. The […]
January 7, 2021
Boy learning math with Teacher guidance at La Jolla Montessori School.jpg

A Montessori Resolution for 2021: New and Improved Normality!

As we enter the new year, here’s my resolution for 2021: a new and improved normality! That means adapting to a hybrid mix of old and […]
December 10, 2020
Boy painting outside

Holiday Tips While At Home With Family

It’s almost Holiday break at La Jolla Montessori School!  So, please continue doing what you’ve been doing since May while you’re at home with your family […]
December 10, 2020
Girl learning how to use a zipper independently

Let’s Keep The In-Person Learning Streak Alive!

As you know, millions of students across America have not set foot on school grounds since March. Yet, in-person learning at La Jolla Montessori School (LJMS) […]
December 10, 2020
Preschooler learning Mathematical concepts at La Jolla Montessori School

Montessori Versus Traditional Schools

Easily the most asked question by parents when touring La Jolla Montessori School (LJMS) is: “What are the main differences between Montessori versus traditional schools?”  By traditional […]
October 29, 2020
Boy using emotional intelligence while working on montessori math pricipals

Developing Emotional Intelligence

Intelligence Quotient (IQ) is a measure of a person’s reasoning ability to gauge how well someone can use information and logic to answer questions or make […]
September 11, 2020
Toddler independently brushing his hair at La Jolla Montessori School

Building Toddler Independence in Your Child!

Independence is the ability to do things by ourselves while thinking for ourselves For two year-olds, building toddler independence in a Montessori classroom is illustrated by […]
August 18, 2020
Preschooler learning cursive in English and Spanish in Montessori classroom

The Importance Of Bilingualism In Early Childhood Learning

Studies have shown that it is far easier to learn a second language when you’re younger and the mind can better manage multiple neural pathways to […]
July 1, 2020
Primary student blindfolded while solving puzzles

Explaining Scary News to Kids

Toddlers and Preschoolers Need to Feel Safe, Not Scared Explaining scary news to kids is something parents can avoid altogether. Whether the topic is a pandemic […]
July 1, 2020
Toddler Sweeping with a broom independently

Improving Parenting Skills

One positive outgrowth of the pandemic has been this: improving parenting skills. As parents have sheltered-at-home with their children, more mental and emotional engagements are taking […]
July 1, 2020
Toddlers learn how to wash their hands with a child size sink

Personal Hygiene Tips for Kids

School is open at La Jolla Montessori School! As an outgrowth, here are personal hygiene tips for kids and for parents to follow-thru daily.  As we move […]
April 20, 2020
Toddler in a Montessori classroom doing Art

LJMS Chronicles: Parents Describe Their Feelings While Sheltering-in-Place

The cabin fever parents are experiencing is all over social media these days. They are struggling and juggling to be Supermom and Superman is spilling all […]
March 30, 2020
Toddler setting the table for lunch

Eight Tips On Sustaining Montessori Preschool Routines At Home

Montessori preschool students aged three to Kindergarten have been following a specific routine for months. While your kids are home, here are routines to implement to […]
March 5, 2020
Toddler in Montessori Preschool learning cursive

What Should Every Child Learn in Preschool?

In the past month, parents touring our private school in La Jolla have asked great questions as they prepare to place their kids into traditional or […]
January 28, 2020
Independent Toddler cutting fruit at La Jolla Montessori school

Is Montessori Better Than Daycare?

La Jolla Preschool Teaches Children a Wide-Ranging Curriculum As parents, one of our first decisions is where to place our child for toddler and preschool programs. […]
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