Don’t miss out on the Spring session of Post Oak Montessori (birth-crawling), where parents are introduced to the Montessori philosophy and learn about preparing the home, supporting their child’s natural development of independence, language, movement and much more.
Sarah Moudry teaches the Post Oak birth-crawling infant/parent Montessori class at The Motherhood Center.
“Sarah Moudry is amazing,” said one parent. “She spent time with us during each class discussing a topic for the week, allowing us a lot of opportunity to ask questions. She encouraged an open dialogue and as a result I have learned much and been inspired as a parent to try techniques I wouldn’t have necessarily come across on my own. I can’t say enough about her. Sarah’s amazing. Anyone who gets her as an instructor is lucky.”
In the video below, Sarah talks about the benefits of Montessori and how the class can help your child’s development.
The Spring 2011 session for Class A: Birth – Crawling begins April 4. The class will meet twice a week (Mondays and Thursdays) for 8 weeks from 1:30 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Click here to register.
About the instructor:
Sarah Moudry received her AMI Assistants-to-Infancy Training (prenatal to three years) at The Montessori Institute in Denver, Colorado, her AMI Primary Training (three to six years) at the Montessori Training Center of Minnesota, and a master’s degree in Montessori education from Loyola University Maryland. She has worked with children from birth to 14 years and is the mother of three children at The Post Oak School. Sarah has written both books and videos on Montessori education including; What is the Montessori Toddler Community, In a Montessori Home, and Edison’s Day. In addition to her classes at the Motherhood Center, Sarah teaches the Half-Day Infant Community at The Post Oak School.