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Early Years Education

Frequently Asked Questions

Are courses set as a membership with recurring monthly fees?

FAQ 1: No, courses are not a recurring membership. You pay a one-time fee. There are no hidden costs or paying extra for new lessons, activities or PDFs. New activities, lesson plans, and printables are added periodically and are free of charge. 

How long do I have access to eMontessori From The Heart School courses?

FAQ 2: Lifetime access is available with full payment and is available for as long as eMontessori From The Heart School courses are online.

When can I access eMontessori From The Heart School courses?

FAQ 3: As soon as you purchase, you will have full access. You will need to create a user name and password login. Then you will see the courses that you have purchased. No documents (pdfs) will be emailed or physically sent to you.

Is this a community?

FAQ 4: Yes! This is a private learning community of like-minded parents, caregivers, and educators. You will find a family of powerful people who are on this journey with you. On this platform, I encourage you to connect with the tribe [community tab] and share your Aha moments, your triumphs, or your challenges! You can open a discussion, ask a question, post a poll, or comment under any lesson or activity. You can follow other members, change your profile photo, and track your learning progress. Remember, learning is not SOLO; it is SOCIAL. Together, everyone learns more! 

What if I am unhappy with eMontessori From The Heart School course?

FAQ 5: I would never want you to be unhappy! So I am open to feedback on how to improve the courses, so please send all your feedback to [email protected] and I will gladly make changes as needed. PLEASE NOTE: due to the comprehensive digital (downloadable PDF's) within the content of these courses, refunds are not available.

What is the benefit of repeating the courses with my child each year?

FAQ 6: It is essential to repeat courses again and again with children because little ones learn through repetition. Practice and repetition bring on progress. What a two-year-old brain is able to encode and absorb will be quite different from a 4-year-old's brain assimilation process. As children's brain matures, you can expand on a topic, delve deeper into a subject, or utilize extension works. As children learn and master new skills, they will be able to apply them in different ways while exploring the same topic. So, repetition will help children more thoroughly encode the information is new ways and allow for better retention.
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How do thematic unit studies work?

FAQ 7: The beauty of thematic unit studies is that we can create a prepared environment for the child to embrace hands-on learning in a new and exciting way. Studies have shown that information presented in a novel way that ignites emotions is 50% more likely to be retained. And the best part is that unit studies can be simplified for younger children or expanded for older ones. So, you have ample flexibility within a themed study to spark questions and discussions or delve deeper into a topic of interest, should they desire so. 

Is this a DIY-friendly course, or do I need to have Montessori materials?

FAQ 8: You do not need to have Montessori materials to enjoy these courses. I have designed many Montessori-inspired lessons around DIY materials and printables. However, you can incorporate authentic didactic Montessori materials into the lessons if you wish. You will have an option to make the DIYs or use the traditional Montessori material.

If the Montessori method encourages to "follow a child," how are thematic studies congruent with such a principle? 

FAQ 9: Our role is to "prepare the environment" for a child to be inspired to learn. We are here to sustain their curiosity, ignite the love of learning and leverage their intrinsic motivation. "Following the child" does not imply a lack of order, schedule, or lesson plans. By exposing a child to different themes and studies, we widen their horizon and discover their aptitudes, natural inclinations, and interests. Diversified exposure is particularly beneficial for the younger ones (birth to 6 years), when children's brain is like a sponge, absorbing everything effortlessly and with great enthusiasm.  

How is Monthly Activity Plan differ from Courses?

FAQ 10: The Monthly Activity Plans are subscription-based and are paid monthly. Courses, on the other hand, are a one-time fee and offer lifetime access. Moreover, Monthly Activity Plans do not necessarily follow a Montessori method but are rather easy to set up simple and engaging activities you can do with your child every day while following a guided monthly calendar plan. So, while courses are mainly Montessori-inspired, Monthly Activity Plans are rooted in hands-on learning invitations.

Will the App be available?

FAQ 11: It is in the future works, however, in the mean you can create an app icon on your phone by following these simple steps:

✔️For iPhone: make sure you are logged in, and tap the share button and scroll down until you see "Add to Home Screen." Tap it, and you'll see it as an app on your phone.

✔️For Android: make sure you are logged in, tap the three vertical dots on the top right, then tap "Add to Home Screen," and then add.
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