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Right now is a great time to take a look

As the summer season wanes, and rhythms shift to embrace the upcoming autumn, families whose children attend school may be seeking a calm and meaningful way to support their children's learning environment at home. Right now is a great time to take a look at Magellan Montessori’s Guide to Homeschooling Early Elementary (Ages 6-9 Years)
 
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Calvert School Homeschooling and Virtual Learning Programs Are Good Fit With Magellan Montessori

In our exploration of distance learning, we have highlighted a number of individual programs with a brief description of their approach and how programs are tailored to various students and their interests.

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Magellan Montessori Can Complement Virtual Learning Programs

 This week, we’ll continue exploring distance education, a mode of delivering instruction, often on an individual basis, to students who are not physically present in a traditional setting such as a classroom. These learning experiences in which students and instructors are separated by space and/or time, are growing more popular as technology makes programs more accessible and easier to implement.
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Distance Learning is Growing Option for Homeschooling Families

 
When information floats around the ether ready to be accessed instantly with a single keyboard stroke or click of a computer mouse, in modern times it’s hard to imagine how parents in the past coped with providing a quality education for their children when they were separated from learning institutions by great geographical expanses.
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The Three-Period Lesson

Montessori’s three-period lesson has, naturally, three parts and is used to enrich the child’s vocabulary by providing accurate and correct names for objects, ideas, and concepts. Montessori accredited her development of the three-period lesson to Séguin, and it appears throughout the subject areas. 
 
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Sharing a review of our guidebook

Sometimes we receive wonderful feedback on our guidebook, but readers don't always post their feedback onto the book's site on Amazon... One reason for this is because Amazon.com requires a confirmed (real) identity, and some homeschooling families prefer to keep their identities anonymous in the interest of protecting their children.  

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Montessori and allowance

 
Sometime during the elementary years young children begin to gain a better understanding of the most basic of facts: things cost money. Around this time children are also learning more advanced economic concepts, such as handling money, philanthropy, saving, investing, responsibilities, and value. Logically so, when children begin to make requests that have associated costs, families may begin to have discussions about what level of children’s involvement with money they are comfortable with and the issue of allowance can come up.
 
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Summering!

As the season's activities shift to increasing time outdoors, travel, and extended visits with friends and family, Magellan Montessori LLC will be writing and posting on a lighter schedule. For the duration of the summer, we will post articles bi-weekly, and will resume regular, weekly posts in the autumn.

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Magellan Montessori Gives Families Great Value in Homeschooling Curriculum

If a family is considering homeschooling their children through the early elementary years, then right now is a great time to take a look at Magellan Montessori’s Guide to Homeschooling Early Elementary (Ages 6-9 Years)

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