Blog

Many parents, soon to be parents or care providers often wonder what they are supposed to say and read to the little ones they care for. The answer is very simple, ANYTHING. This past year I had a new mom be completely transparent with me, confessing that she didn’t know her baby was old enough to listen to stories, be involved in a conversation, or really understand anything she said. I was able to quickly reassure the new mom that her sweet baby was a sponge soaki...

Many new parents and expecting parents, when they enter the Infant Room often wonder where our babies eat. They say “I don't see any high chairs. Where do you feed the babies?” And Dr. Moncure and I are happy to share why we don't have high chairs. Our method allows children to become independent and self-confident at a younger age, which provide a foundation for academic and life success.

In place of a high chair, we use a weaning table during the transition from a...

This past May, the South Carolina legislature passed a new law regarding car seats. New research has shown that it is safer to have children under the age of 2 remain rear facing. This new law also effects children as old as 8. How does this new law affect you and your child’s safety?

  1. An infant or child under 2 years of age must be properly secured in a rear-facing child passenger restraint system in a rear passenger seat of the vehicle until the child exceeds th...

Many parents today are concerned with their children getting too dirty, but does a little bit of dirt hurt? What are the benefits, if any? Recent research suggests that there are plenty of benefits when we allow our children to play in the dirt. Several of them are very surprising.

Most parents are aware that is it excellent for children to be outside, to run around and to burn calories. Many will agree that the increased exercise will reduce obesity, childhood diabe...

Please reload

Search By Tags

I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!

Please reload

Follow Us
  • Facebook Classic
  • Twitter Classic
  • Google Classic

Headmaster: Dr. John Moncure

​Telephone: ​803-432-6828

Fax: 803-432-6422
Email: admin-assist@montessori-camden.com

2 Montessori Way, Camden, South Carolina 29020