The students at our Montessori school in Leesburg are capable, confident, and curious. They go on to be successful in academics and beyond school. This is because this approach offers them the opportunity to identify and develop their natural passions and skills. The child-centered nature of the Montessori method fosters their curiosity and love of learning, so they pursue what truly engages their interest. This sets them up to thrive in an area where they are both naturally talented and willing to put in a lot of work, which is why so many successful people are Montessori graduates. If you would like your child to benefit from this educational approach, contact our Montessori school in Leesburg.

  1. Age-Appropriate Chores for Your Preschooler

    As a busy parent, it might feel like your todo list is a mile long. If you’re doing everything to run your household by yourself, from cooking to cleaning to laundry, you may be underutilizing your resources. Help may not be too far away — in fact, it’s probably next to you right now! Many par…Read More

  2. Raising a Cooperative Child

    Cooperative children interact positively with the rest of the world. They’re polite, they listen to instructions, and they have happy and healthy relationships with their families, friends, and teachers. Every parent wants a cooperative child, but it isn’t as simple as just telling your kids wha…Read More

  3. Why Continue a Montessori Program After Preschool

    If your child is attending our Montessori school in Leesburg for preschool, you are now approaching the time when you must decide on your next steps. Some parents will choose to keep their child in our Montessori program, while others may decide to transfer to a traditional kindergarten setting. You…Read More

  4. Teaching Your Child Mindfulness

    The latest psychological research shows great promise in the benefits of mindfulness for mental health, including better focus, less emotional reactivity, more satisfying relationships, and reduced stress. Because of this, many people are adding mindful activities such as meditation and yoga into th…Read More

  5. How to Teach Your Child Empathy

    In school, there are plenty of lessons about math, geography, and science, but you don’t see anything about empathy in the classroom. This is unfortunate, as empathy is an important skill. We may be under the impression that children just naturally develop this ability, but in reality, it is not e…Read More

  6. How to Love Your Child Unconditionally

    Unconditional love provides children with the security they need to feel safe exploring the world. When a child feels that they will be loved no matter what, they can take risks because they aren’t consumed with worry about how what they do will be perceived by their parents. They can foster their…Read More

  7. Raising Resilient Children: Essential Qualities to Foster

    Every successful person has one important quality in common: they’re resilient. In order to succeed, you will inevitably fail. The difference between people who achieve their goals and those who give up on their dreams is their ability to stand up, brush themselves off, and try again. Thomas Ediso…Read More

  8. All About Maria Montessori, Pt. 2

    At Lake Montessori in Leesburg, we’re passionate about seeing every child accepted for who they are, taught at their level, and celebrated for their one-of-a-kind attributes. With so many public and private educational methods, it seems that children are filtered through in masses with little to n…Read More

  9. All About Maria Montessori, Pt. 1

    Welcome back to our blog page here at Lake Montessori! Even with summer quickly approaching, we are finding ourselves incredibly busy with tours, phone calls, and numerous emails from parents and guardians who are looking for the best education for their children. And this is a process that you can …Read More