Food is a topic close to all our hearts. Even though your toddler or preschooler runs away from it, you know for sure that when they snuggle back to you, all cranky and sad, they are hungry. A child’s health and brain development is directly linked to what goes in their stomachs. The formative years of their life, especially, are crucial. With nearly one in five children being classified as obese, America is turning its heart from away from cheeseburgers to greens and beans.
These hands-on and interactive classes focus on the importance of movement, language, care of the self, and independence with sleeping and eating. Montessori’s idea was that a child possesses an “absorbent mind”, and begins - even before birth - to explore his environment with all of his senses. The class offers; Both parent and child an introductory taste of Montessori Experience Supports the natural, developmental separation process Guides the parents, to be reflective obs