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  • Announcing Cantera Opal Families

    • June 11, 2021
    • Posted By : Montessori School of Silicon Valley Staff
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    When considering a program for the ‘founding’ families at our new Cantera Campus, the Montessori of Silicon Valley looked to the meaning of the word Cantera and were struck by.

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  • “Good Job”: Why It’s Not Used in the Montessori Classroom

    “Good Job” Each generation believes theirs is the greatest generation of all time. As a Gen Xer, I certainly think this. Our parents were Baby Boomers who, it’s safe.

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  • STEM Studio Openings Montage

    Watch on our YouTube Channel! Take a look at what all our schools did during their STEM Studio Openings back in February 2021! Cabrillo Montessori Calaveras Montessori Crescent Montessori.

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  • “Say You Are Sorry”: Modeling Manners, Not Pushing Them

    Making children say “sorry” As adults, caregivers, and parents alike, we begin to guide young children as they interact with other children. We want our children to be kind,.

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  • Summer Sun Safety

    Block the Sun, Not the Fun! At the Montessori School of Silicon Valley, the children love to play outside, especially in the summertime, so we take summer sun safety.

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  • What is Your Favorite Color?

    Our friends from our Primary program at Crescent Montessori want to share with you their favorite colors! Do you have a favorite color too?

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  • What Do You Remember From Montessori Preschool?

    MSOSV Spring Gardens are Open When I meet young adults, and they tell me they attended a Montessori School as a child, either in my school or another Montessori.

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  • The Montessori Road to Writing and Reading

    The Montessori Road to Writing and Reading The Montessori environment is rich in language.  Whether through conversation or language games, the young child is surrounded by vocabulary on their.

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  • Coming Out of the Pandemic: Private vs. Public School

    As we begin to wind down this very unique and unusual year, I would like to start by taking a look back. Before I begin, I would like it.

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  • What Did You Do Today?

    We know you are eager to know how your child’s day went. What did they do? What did they learn? The challenge is that these questions might be too.

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