The sequel to Teaching Montessori in the Home, The Pre-School Years, this book focuses on mathematics and language development for older school-aged children. The object is that all children'whether six or sixteen'fully understand the fundamentals so they may better succeed when they approach the more advanced concepts.The exercises in Teaching Montessori in the Home, The School Years may be used as an introduction to or as support for the work learned at school. You can help your child establish a solid understanding and working knowledge in math and language to reinforce weak areas, or simply provide supplemental work for the overachieving but understimulated student.Schools today are constantly employing new and experimental methods of education. As a result, students often lack consistency in particular areas of their education, which may hamper their learning experience. Parents who want to avoid or head off problems that may later complicate their child's educational process will find Teaching Montessori in the Home an invaluable tool.Hainstock's books ?almost certainly establish her as the most widely read interpreter of Montessori in the United States,? hails the Public School Montessorian.'This home-based support for normal learning is particularly important where children are attending a traditional school with its various impersonal curriculum demands.' ?from Lee Havis's introduction.Elizabeth G. Hainstock is the author of 'Teaching Montessori in the Home: The Pre-School Years (Plume)', published 1976 under ISBN 9780452262683 and ISBN 0452262682.