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  • May 16 – 17: Spring School Picture Days
  • May 20: Field Trip to JC Arboretum (L/U Elementary)
  • May 30: Memorial Day, No School
  • June 1: Donuts for Dad/Service Day to the School (L/U Elementary)
  • June 2: Field Day (L/U Elementary)
  • June 3: Last Day of School – Board Game Day (L/U Elementary)
  • June 29: Last Day of School (Primary/Toddler)

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How to Spark a Child’s Curiosity

A child’s curiosity is an essential part of early cognitive and emotional development. It creates a hunger for knowledge and has a lasting effect on a person’s character and tastes. It’s important for the students at Triangle Montessori Academy to develop their curiosity in a safe environment, and with supportive influences. 

But how can curiosity be prompted? Here are a few ways you can spark your child’s curiosity naturally and effectively through Montessori methods. 

Create an experiential learning environment 

When your child wants to figure something out, assist them in learning how they can do it by themselves. Create a structure to reach their learning goals and allow them the freedom to act as individuals. 

Model Curiosity 

Children learn by observing the world, and the people in it. Every action and reaction you make creates an impact in your child’s development. 

So, when something new or interesting comes up, investigate it further with them. If you don’t know the answer to something, let your child help you figure it out. Be curious, and let your child be involved in the process. 

Don’t be afraid of questions 

It is crucial to a child’s healthy development that they feel safe to ask any kind of question, and feel confident in their ability to find the answers. Answer as many questions as your child may have, and ask your child open-ended questions to stimulate their reasoning skills. 

A different dilemma every day 

Find ways to keep your child’s curiosity active every day at least once. Whether it be an experiment from online sources, or a book about strange new topics, make an effort to discover what interests your child. Additionally, find materials that go into more depth about what your child is curious about.

In conclusion, the process for developing a child’s curiosity is just as unique as the child itself. Pay attention to what your child is receptive to, and follow their lead.

Triangle Montessori Academy is a Cary preschool emphasizing art, mathematics, practical life, Spanish, yoga, meditation, and music. The private, year-round school was founded in 2008 and accepts children from 18 months old up to six years old. The school is a member of the American Montessori Society and all teachers are AMS-certified. Students at the school are exposed to Montessori-style teaching approaches, including individual learning according to each child’s style and pace, multi-age classrooms that allow children to advance when they are ready, and a nurturing of students’ natural curiosity.

For more information, call 919.463.7770, or visit our Website at www.trianglemontessori.org.

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Upcoming Events

  • May 12: Parent Teacher Conferences, No School
  • May 16 – 17: Spring School Picture Days
  • May 20: Field Trip to JC Arboretum (L/U Elementary)
  • May 30: Memorial Day, No School
  • June 1: Donuts for Dad/Service Day to the School (L/U Elementary)
  • June 2: Field Day (L/U Elementary)
  • June 3: Last Day of School – Board Game Day (L/U Elementary)
  • June 29: Last Day of School (Primary/Toddler)

Documents

We are hiring

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