As a Montessori school, Monarch focus on providing students the freedom to learn and grow in a supportive, nurturing, and peaceful environment. In the rich, specially prepared Montessori environment, a child acquires and develops the skills for academics and for life. To learn more about Montessori, reach out to us or explore the many rich readings we recommend below.
Books by Dr. Maria Montessori:
- The Absorbent Mind
- To Educate the Human Potential
- The Discovery of the Child
- The Child in the Family
- Spontaneous Activity in Education
- Education for a New World
- Education and Peace
- The Secret of the Childhood
Lilliard, Paula Polk
Montessori: A Modern Approach.
Montessori, Jr., Mario
Education for Human Development
Maria Montessori, Her Life and Work.
McTamaney, Catherine., Ed. D.,
The Tao of Montessori: Reflections on Compassionate Teaching.
Orem, Reginald C.
Montessori and the Special Child
Gitter, Lena L.
Ready your Child for School the Montessori Way
Packard, Rosa C.
The Hidden Hinge
Blessington, John P.
Let My Children Work
Maria Montessori: Her Life and Work
Wolf, Aline D.
A Parent’s Guide to the Montessori Classroom
More Than Sandpaper Letters
American Montessori Society
A Montessori Manual for Parents
Berrein, Polly Berends.
Whole Child, Whole Parents.
Montanaro, Dr. Silvana.
Understanding the Human Being: The Importance of the First Three Years.
Cline, M. D., Foster & Jim Fay.
Parenting with Love and Logic: Teaching Children Responsibility.
Faber, Adele and Elaine Mazlish.
How to Talk to Kids will Listen and Listen So Kids will Talk.
Glenn, H. Stephen & Jane Nelson.
Raising Self-Reliant Children in a Self-Indulgent World.
Grosshans, Beth A., PhD.,
Beyond Time-Out: From Chaos to Calm.
Catching Up or Leading the Way: American Education in the Age of Globalization.
Mind in the Making: The seven essential life skills every child needs
Sir Ken Robinson
Out of our minds: Learning to be creative