Classes for parents
So parents can support at home their children learning of the French language, we encourage parents to join one of the French classes for adults that take place on Saturdays – organized by My French Classes.
These classes are organized by French levels and parents from beginner to advanced in French are encouraged to join.
At L’Enfant Montessori School, we believe that teaching children effectively requires close collaboration between parents, teachers, and administration.
Each year, we present parent education workshops and discussions to help parents with the various developmental stages and challenges that arise when parenting bilingual children.
Topics vary and are tailored to parents of children within different age groups while complementing Montessori philosophy.
L’Enfant Montessori School is committed to the development and dissemination of Montessori-related ideas and research about bilingual children.
The book list below is a collection of publications to consider to broaden your understanding of child development and education.
by Maria Montessori
Written by the women whose name is synonymous worldwide with child development theory, The Absorbent Mind takes its title from the phrase that the inspired Italian doctor coined to characterize the child's most crucial developmental stage: the first six years.
by Leslie Britton
Montessori Play and Learn is packed with ideas, activities, and games that can fit into your normal routine and help supplement preschool learning for your child. For planning your home, introducing your child to the supermarket or the neighborhood, and helping him discover other people and cultures, this book provides valuable tips and insights that help parents and children grow and learn together.
by Maren Schmidt
The how's and why's of Montessori education.
by Paula Polk Lillard
What is the Montessori method? Are its revolutionary ideas about early childhood education relevant to today's world? And most important, especially for today's dual-career couples. Is a Montessori education right for my child?
by Kendall King , Alison Mackey
The authors wade through the hype and provide clear insights into what actually works.
by Annika Bourgogne
Be Bilingual is full of practical, creative, and fun ideas backed up by the latest research. It shows families how to make multilingualism work in their busy lives.
by Daniela Perieda
Tips on strengthening your relationship with your child because relationships are the foundation for second language acquisition
by Adam Beck
The author shares the best of his personal experience as an educator and parent, offering a wealth of actionable advice in this practical and comprehensive road map to greater success and joy raising bilingual and multilingual kids.