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Montessori Diploma Program and Curriculum Testimonials

Montessorians from every state in the USA, every province in Canada and from over 140 countries worldwide have graduated from our Montessori Diploma programs.
Infant / Toddler Diploma Program (0–3 years)

HS - Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn

by Gina | Mar 30, 2015

I am a French Montessori AMI assistant teacher and I have chosen to homeschool my son using the Montessori philosophy since his childhood. I decided to purchase the NAMC Upper Elementary curriculum to offer my son the variety of topics a child at this stage of development would be interested in.

I find the NAMC manuals to be clear and easy to use. The background information before the activities is a great help for the general understanding of the topic. The activities are from the simplest to more difficult, which respects the Montessori approach of learning. I appreciate the extensions of activities, the very well-chosen pictures, and all the notes for the teachers.

The NAMC manuals are a must have for any Montessori homeschooler. It gives the child the chance to develop through a Montessori path, in harmony, and to understand the whole world and its wonder ... as a citizen of the world my son will become a responsible, social, creative individual.

I am also often inspired by the NAMC blog and their deep understanding of Montessori and the child.

Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn
France
Early Childhood Diploma Program (3–6 years)

HS - Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn

by Gina | Mar 30, 2015

I am a French Montessori AMI assistant teacher and I have chosen to homeschool my son using the Montessori philosophy since his childhood. I decided to purchase the NAMC Upper Elementary curriculum to offer my son the variety of topics a child at this stage of development would be interested in.

I find the NAMC manuals to be clear and easy to use. The background information before the activities is a great help for the general understanding of the topic. The activities are from the simplest to more difficult, which respects the Montessori approach of learning. I appreciate the extensions of activities, the very well-chosen pictures, and all the notes for the teachers.

The NAMC manuals are a must have for any Montessori homeschooler. It gives the child the chance to develop through a Montessori path, in harmony, and to understand the whole world and its wonder ... as a citizen of the world my son will become a responsible, social, creative individual.

I am also often inspired by the NAMC blog and their deep understanding of Montessori and the child.

Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn
France
Lower Elementary Diploma Program (6–9 years)

HS - Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn

by Gina | Mar 30, 2015

I am a French Montessori AMI assistant teacher and I have chosen to homeschool my son using the Montessori philosophy since his childhood. I decided to purchase the NAMC Upper Elementary curriculum to offer my son the variety of topics a child at this stage of development would be interested in.

I find the NAMC manuals to be clear and easy to use. The background information before the activities is a great help for the general understanding of the topic. The activities are from the simplest to more difficult, which respects the Montessori approach of learning. I appreciate the extensions of activities, the very well-chosen pictures, and all the notes for the teachers.

The NAMC manuals are a must have for any Montessori homeschooler. It gives the child the chance to develop through a Montessori path, in harmony, and to understand the whole world and its wonder ... as a citizen of the world my son will become a responsible, social, creative individual.

I am also often inspired by the NAMC blog and their deep understanding of Montessori and the child.

Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn
France
Upper Elementary Diploma Program (9–12 years)

HS - Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn

by Gina | Mar 30, 2015

I am a French Montessori AMI assistant teacher and I have chosen to homeschool my son using the Montessori philosophy since his childhood. I decided to purchase the NAMC Upper Elementary curriculum to offer my son the variety of topics a child at this stage of development would be interested in.

I find the NAMC manuals to be clear and easy to use. The background information before the activities is a great help for the general understanding of the topic. The activities are from the simplest to more difficult, which respects the Montessori approach of learning. I appreciate the extensions of activities, the very well-chosen pictures, and all the notes for the teachers.

The NAMC manuals are a must have for any Montessori homeschooler. It gives the child the chance to develop through a Montessori path, in harmony, and to understand the whole world and its wonder ... as a citizen of the world my son will become a responsible, social, creative individual.

I am also often inspired by the NAMC blog and their deep understanding of Montessori and the child.

Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn
France
Homeschoolers and Curriculum Purchaser Testimonials

HS - Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn

by Gina | Mar 30, 2015

I am a French Montessori AMI assistant teacher and I have chosen to homeschool my son using the Montessori philosophy since his childhood. I decided to purchase the NAMC Upper Elementary curriculum to offer my son the variety of topics a child at this stage of development would be interested in.

I find the NAMC manuals to be clear and easy to use. The background information before the activities is a great help for the general understanding of the topic. The activities are from the simplest to more difficult, which respects the Montessori approach of learning. I appreciate the extensions of activities, the very well-chosen pictures, and all the notes for the teachers.

The NAMC manuals are a must have for any Montessori homeschooler. It gives the child the chance to develop through a Montessori path, in harmony, and to understand the whole world and its wonder ... as a citizen of the world my son will become a responsible, social, creative individual.

I am also often inspired by the NAMC blog and their deep understanding of Montessori and the child.

Virginie Pique Yakoubsohn
France