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Tests define most education systems around the world, and consequently, they often determine a student’s success or failure at school. Montessori is different. We do
Cooking with your children can help discourage picky eating, and it is also a great opportunity to practice mathematics with children of all ages! For
One of the biggest milestones in your child’s life will be their first solid food, an exciting beginning to a lifetime of flavors and textures
Earlier this year, Ms. Sunshine Goh, (Principal, Pasir Panjang center) was interviewed by the team from Mangosteen Magazine, a Japanese-language publication. Here is the English
A huge part of a child’s early development is learning to control their movements. There is a progression that each infant and child goes through
We’re teaming up with specialist paediatrician and neonatologist Dr. Natalie Epton from the Singapore Baby and Child Clinic (SBBC) for our upcoming Parent Workshop!
Dr Maria Montessori wrote that a child “wants to acquire a knowledge of his own, to have experience of the world, and to perceive it
This month we’re playing and learning with water! It is easy to do at home, and adaptable for children of different ages. First things first,
The Montessori classroom is more than just the materials and the curriculum. At House on the Hill, we embody Maria Montessori’s understanding of children’s education
We love simple recipes that our children can help with. Do you remember our two-ingredient cookies? This month we have another great recipe that has
Selecting the right school and education style for our children is an important decision. There’s a host of preschools and kindergartens in Singapore with countless
Our children are always on the move, as they should be! In parts one and two of this series, we talked about the importance of
When Dr. Maria Montessori was creating the Montessori philosophy of education in the early 1900s, children in classrooms around the world sat at desks as