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Buyer Beware, Why the label “Montessori” isn’t enough

As Ontario school systems face an increase in the number of children in one class, more and more parents are looking for alternatives to the larger class sizes. For many, Montessori is an obvious option because of our ratio of student to teacher in much lower. The downside to this is that many daycare facilities, […]

Physical Education

Early age children highly benefit from being active, not just physically but emotionally and socially as well.  In physical education at Bayside Montessori, we focus on basic motor skills such as running, jumping, crawling etc., as well as stimulating games that include movement to music, communication, social interaction and body awareness. We see physical education [...]

What is Bayside Montessori?

By direct translation, the Casa classroom means ‘the Children’s house’. Inside, a warm and nurturing environment is found where three years’ worth of curriculum is found on the shelves for the children to work through at their own pace. The classroom consists of child-sized tables and chairs and the materials are easily accessible to the [...]

The Important Period of Life

“The most important period of life is not the age of university studies, but the first one, the period from birth to the age of six. For that is the time when mans intelligence itself, his greatest implemented is being formed.” Dr. Maria Montessori   The child in the early years tells us he is [...]