A list of South Jersey Montessori schools by Montessori affiliation
List of Philadelphia-area Pennsylvania Montessori schools, by level of Montessori affiliation
List of Delaware Montessori schools by Montessori affiliation
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Preschool camps in Pennsylvania, Delaware and South Jersey help kids in preschool and Kindergarten have fun, make friends and feel at home
An early childhood education expert discusses current preschool trends in Philadelphia, South Jersey and Delaware.
Young children aren’t known for intense concentration. To the contrary, kids are expected to bounce from one activity to another with the attention span of a gnat. That’s why parents are surprised when they tour a Montessori School and see…
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Benefits include increased aptitude, social and emotional development and academic skills.
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Finding the best option for your child takes time and research. To get you started, here are answers to some important questions.