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Old 04-18-2013, 12:45 PM   #11
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We think we found a good one! And I learned a lot about the differences between AMI and AMS. I think it all came down to the feel of the school in the end. (Perhaps we were swayed by the fact that one school has pigs and goats on the campus!) I am much more relaxed about this transition now!


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I was going to suggest you find out about AMS and AMI schools, and about each organization. I'm AMI trained, and if you have any Montessori questions, I'm happy to answer whatever I can.
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DS starts at the Montessori school here on Monday. He is 14 months. We visited and they have us materials on what Montessori is and lots of booklets and handouts. They have a printed out schedule for each week, a meal plan for each week(breakfasts, lunch, and snack are provided by the school. No sugary snacks or foods allowed. Foods are organic and prepared by a. Nutritionist) they have extra curricular activities that you can opt in and the feel of the school was great. They also have a system where you can watch your child's classroom online.
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