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7 Oct

A Busy Day at Dvash Class

Every day is a busy day at Dvash class. Variety of activities are taking place and lessons are learned.

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7 Oct

Big Truck and Little Hands

Toddlers ages 18 months to 3 years old enjoy every day activities. We teach how to wash dishes, clean our crumbs (with a crumber),  how to bead, how to wash the tables, care for our plants by watering and cleaning the leaves and more. 

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6 Oct

Learning is Effortless for a Young Child

Children share common learning qualities: love of work, concentration, capacity for self-discipline and “sensitive periods.” These “sensitive periods” are stages during which the child is so receptive that learning a particular skill or behavior is almost effortless.  Dr. Montessori discovered that if we look at learning from a child’s perspective we can observe children’s varied learning […]

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30 Sep

Hebrew Learning This Week

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29 Sep

Montessori Schools Offer Big Lessons For ‘Managers’

Forbes Article: Montessori Schools Offer Big Lessons For ‘Managers’. Click to read  

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29 Sep

Shana Tova #andyworholstyle from Alef Bet Montessori children and staff

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23 Sep

Snapshot Into Our Classroom

Dear Parents, The pictures below are a little snapshot into our classroom this week. Our children concentrate and they learn. We would love for you to come and observe our classroom. Feel the buzz and enjoy the happiness. Please join us for a Shofar Factory Presentation with Rabbi Geisinsky on Monday at 11:30 – 12:15 […]

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26 Jan

Saying “No” is Common in Stage of Autonomy – Independence

What is the first impression we get when we hear the dreaded word “no” from our little one? Do we feel that they are disobeying us? Do we cringe at the thought that they are deliberately testing our patience and our resolve? If we do then we need to stop, take a step back and […]

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