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Crying Children and How to Understand Them

At Pinnacle Montessori, your children are empathized with. They are loved, and taught that their emotions are valid, while also taught how to control and understand their feelings.

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Pinnacle Montessori celebrates Martin Luther King Jr

Pinnacle Montessori celebrates Martin Luther King Jr Spreading his message of peace and how to treat others with kindness, is something that happens everyday in our Montessori classrooms.  The Peace Table is a conflict resolution tool for our classrooms.  This gives children the chance to say what they are feeling.  The Peace rose is the… continue reading »

Start Small But Start Smart

Start Small But Start Smart As people advance in their lives, they start to think about their financial future and what will happen when they retire. Many people have grand ideas of what they want for their future or their dream, but do not act on that dream or prepare for it. Why? There are… continue reading »

Pinnacle Montessori is Leading the USA Montessori Market

Pinnacle Montessori is Leading the USA Montessori Market Why is Pinnacle Montessori Franchise Company capturing the USA Montessori industry at such a rapid speed? If you haven’t heard the news, Pinnacle Montessori Franchise is really taking a turn and aggressively growing into the #1 Montessori Franchise in the country. We have been bombarded with interest… continue reading »

Growth of Montessori Schools

Growth of Montessori Schools It has been 110 years since Maria Montessori first introduced her revolutionary way of educating children. She took a traditional teaching setting and changed it to a child centered environment, where children could explore their surroundings at their own pace. Her method continually evolved to help each child meet his/her greatest… continue reading »

Dallas Business Journal announced Krishna Bhaskar’s joining

Dallas Business Journal announced Krishna Bhaskar’s joining Hi All…. Congratulate Our Team Member Krishna Bhaskar. “””Dallas Business Journal announced Krishna Bhaskar’s joining.””” Krishna Bhaskar : (Director of Franchise Operations ) bhaskar11Krishna is a dynamic franchise sales and development expert with years of franchise industry and multi unit management experience. He is highly experienced in closing… continue reading »

How to pick a Montessori school for your child

How to pick a Montessori school for your child Picking a Montessori school for the first time can be puzzling. Here are some signs to look for when you are visiting a school Teachers and children both look happy. The overall environment of the school is positive and can be felt in the classrooms. Don’t… continue reading »

The Montessori Boom- Don’t Miss Out

The Montessori Boom- Don’t Miss Out In the midst of her fight towards a bettered education system, Maria Montessori, creator of the Montessori method, once explained, “Free the child’s potential, and you will transform him into the world.” Thus, the basis was set for the Montessori method, a method of education for young children that… continue reading »

Raising Thankful Children

Raising Thankful Children Look for ways to be involved in community giving with your child Between ages 2 and 3, you can begin to talk with your child about how he/she can help others who don’t have as much as he/she does. Look for opportunities with a clear connection between your child’s efforts and the… continue reading »

Scissors Skills for Children

Scissors Skills for Children “An environment for creative art work is provided by planning the place and the materials, by teaching simple skills, and by accepting and motivating children.” —Regina Barnett, Let Out the Sunshine Scissors for Children A Montessori Approach to Creative Activities: We all know how young children love cutting with scissors, sometimes… continue reading »

Montessori Language Skills

Montessori Language Skills This area teaches pre–reading skills (such as categorizing, rhyming, beginning sounds, letter recognition, and classification) that the child will use to be a successful reader. Many of the skills gained in the previously mentioned areas are direct preparation for reading and writing. The Language area of the Montessori classroom uses the tactile-memory… continue reading »

Jeff Seeberger Joins Pinnacle Montessori!

Jeff Seeberger Joins Pinnacle Montessori! Pinnacle Montessori is pleased to announce that Jeff Seeberger has joined the Pinnacle Montessori team! Jeff will act as Vice President of Franchise Development as we begin to expand operations nationwide. Jeff has over 20 years of franchising experience with companies like; Mc Donalds, Burger King, Blockbuster, and Children’s Learning… continue reading »

Pinnacle Montessori Franchise Awarded in Portland!

Pinnacle Montessori Franchise Awarded in Portland! Pinnacle Montessori awards a new franchise in Portland, OR to Samira Kaady and Andrea Kaady a mother and daughter team! We are excited that Samira and Andrea chose Pinnacle Montessori very quickly after their visit to our Dallas schools. Samira is very excited about the opportunity to serve the… continue reading »

Pinnacle Montessori Awards a Franchise in Frisco, TX

Pinnacle Montessori Awards a Franchise in Frisco, TX Pinnacle Montessori Franchise is awarded to Ravindra Maddi, Madhu Palle, and Mani Gudavalli for a location in Frisco. We are excited about serving the growing Frisco community and be a part of the business tapestry of the fastest growing city in US! The locations is 5400 Stonebrook… continue reading »

Economics of education

Economics of education   It has been argued that high rates of education are essential for countries to be able to achieve high levels of economic growth. Empirical analyses tend to support the theoretical prediction that poor countries should grow faster than rich countries because they can adopt cutting edge technologies already tried and tested… continue reading »

Educational psychology

Educational psychology   Educational psychology is the study of how humans learn in educational settings, the effectiveness of educational interventions, the psychology of teaching, and the social psychology of schools as organizations. Although the terms “educational psychology” and “school psychology” are often used interchangeably, researchers and theorists are likely to be identified as educational psychologists,… continue reading »

Acquisition of knowledge

Acquisition of knowledge   Education began in prehistory, as adults trained the young in the knowledge and skills deemed necessary in their society. In pre-literate societies this was achieved orally and through imitation. Story-telling passed knowledge, values, and skills from one generation to the next. As cultures began to extend their knowledge beyond skills that… continue reading »

Early acts of literacy

Early acts of literacy   Literacy is thought to have first emerged with the development of numeracy and computational devices as early as 8,000 BCE. Script developed independently at least four times in human history in Mesopotamia, Egypt, lowland Mesoamerica, and China. Bill of sale of a male slave and a building in Shuruppak, Sumerian… continue reading »