Flint Community Schools Montessori
February 2017 Edition
A Note From the Teacher, Ms. Michele
Open Enrollment for 2017-18 for the Montessori Program
The Six Principles of the Montessori Prepared Environment
There are generally six aspects, or principles, to the Prepared Environment: Freedom; Structure and Order; Beauty; Nature and Reality; Social Environment; Intellectual Environment. Learn more about each of these aspects, and why the prepared environment is so important to the success a child experiences with Montessori education!
Montessori at Home
The ability to focus and concentrate is an important skill for learning. You can help develop your child's concentration by observing what sparks his interst. Set him up with the means and materials to explore it, and let him work without interruption.
Create an Ordered Environment
*Snacks stored on low shelves for easy retrevial
*Place toys on bottom shelves for easy use and organization