March 5, 2022 Join Us for CMS Conference!

March 5, 2022 The Northern Kentucky Convention Center, 1 West River Center Blvd., Covington, KY 41011 The Cincinnati Montessori Society is excited to welcome everyone back to Cincinnati to celebrate and learn about Montessori Education. We have a great conference lined up for you. In person and virtual conference options are available. The CMS conference…

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Covington Community Montessori Takes Flight During a Pandemic

Opening a new school during a pandemic seems crazy, but for Community Montessori in Covington, the timing was perfect.Sarah Stankorb -June 1, 2021 Outside the old First United Methodist Church on East Fifth Street in Covington, which is now the new Community Montessori school, there’s a delicate string of pendant flags wrapping the black iron fence. On them…

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Drawing Inspiration from Montessori During the Pandemic

Maria Montessori designed her philosophy during some of the most politically volatile times in history. Maria Montessori overcame adversity and supported children and educators through this difficult time. This beautifully written article by: Punum Bhatia “Drawing Inspiration from Montessori During the Pandemic” talks about Maria Montessori’s history and adaptations she made through her difficult journey…

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Xavier University Montessori Institute Professional Development Workshop – Mindfulness for All

Saturday, October 26, 2019, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Joseph Building, Xavier University, 1024 Dana Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229 Presented by Brandt Smith, a certified mindfulness instructor with experience teaching mindfulness to over 1,000 students, teachers and parents, this workshop is designed to be suitable for a wide range of interest and experience with mindfulness.…

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Why is My Child Scrubbing Tables – Again? The Montessori Practical-Life Curriculum

When I first visited a Montessori school 24 years ago, I was intrigued by a young boy washing dishes. I watched as he scrubbed each item with intense concentration, then rinsed and dried. He was oblivious to the activities occurring around him. His intensity and concentration were appealing, especially in such a small child.

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