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Blog: Inside Montessorium

Montessorium joins Co.Lab

Bobby George

We're extremely pleased to announce that Montessorium will join the new cohort at Co.Lab, the first and only startup accelerator focused on the intersection of games and learning. We're as humbled as we are excited by this opportunity.

Forbes wrote a nice introduction to the promises of this new endeavor.

Co.Lab is "an accelerator that works with startups leveraging the power of digital games to build transformative educational technologies for PK-12 students and teachers". We're eager to dive in, meet our fellow cohorts, learn about their companies, missions and values, and see how we can get started, working together to transform how children learn.

Be sure to check out the Co.Labs website: www. and follow the amazing work they're helping inspire on Twitter: @playcolab

Amazing Kids Apps

Bobby George

School may be out for the Summer, but learning never ends. As a result of Apple's inclusion of Intro to Math in the Amazing Kids App section of iTunes, which we're honored by, we've made all of our apps 50% for a limited time as part of the App Store's kids Apps Sale promotion! Follow your interests! #amazingkidsapp.

Behind the Scenes

Bobby George

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We wanted to share a few 'behind the scenes' snapshots of our new video, "You learn best from the ones that you love". We also wanted to take this opportunity to thank the wonderful cast and crew. If you haven't had a chance to watch the video, you can watch it here:

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This is Joe Hubers, Lead Creative of Passenger Productions, getting iPad advice from the charismatic star of the spot, four year old, Evan Medema. Joe is part of a collective that hand crafts documentary and narrative films. As they like to say: They're not an ad firm and they're more than a production company. They're award-winning storytellers. Sitting next to Joe, that's Brett Bittner. He's usually working his magic behind the scenes.

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To know the true measure of a master, you only need to see how he teaches. We were blown away by how Joe embraced the curious mind of a four year old, as he worked to carefully navigate and direct the opening shot.  Evan, of course, having already performed his duties, kept instructing his mother, offering advice and encouragement. It was just adorable.