The Brown Stair COMPONENTS:• 10 wooden prisms• Length: 20 cm• Width: 1 cm to 10 cm square(All the same length but graduated height and width)
(Never be afraid to ask!) One parent recently confessed that although her two children had gone through the Montessori school curriculum from the toddler and
How do Montessori schools address different learning styles? They embrace them all, by nature, and at all grades levels. Since the Montessori philosophy is learner-driven,
Self-proclaimed enthusiastic problem solver, lover of all things numbers, and Inly’s recently appointed Math Integrationist, Elizabeth Joyce, thinks math is “super fun.” “Math is everywhere.
A passage from Derek Stolp’s Mathematics Miseducation: The Case Against A Tired Tradition (pages 70-73) This proposed set of adjustments to our current program of
In the news (once again!) Ricky Housley, Inly School ’08, recently won first place at the South Shore Regional Science Fair and has been selected
In “Montessori Builds Innovators,” a blog post on the Harvard Business Review website, Andrew McAfee recently weighed in on the “Montessori Mafia” theory posed by
In this video, you will see the progression of mathematical concepts that are taught to Inly students in our Children’s House preschool program.
Last week, the Meehan Family Artsbarn was filled with two-story geodome structures. With the help of Mallory Bagwell and his hundreds of pvc pipes, Inly
By Mark Harvey, Upper Elementary Teacher My sixth grade math group can now say “kite” in 23 different languages. This is what I love about