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7 Tips on How to Encourage Multilingual Learning

In this guest post, Erika of Montessori & Multilingual shares her best tips on creating an environment where young children can learn other languages in the most natural and authentic way. The sage words of Dr. Maria Montessori ring especially true for multilingual families. As she put it, “the development of language is part of …

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Montessori-Style Bedrooms for Infants & Toddlers – Setup, Inspiration, Ideas

The Philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori has a massive impact on education systems throughout the entire globe. The methodology focus nurtures children towards creativity, self-motivated growth, and everlasting desire for knowledge and progress. The Italian physician believed that a child can reach its full potential on its own simply by having the freedom and right …

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Toddlers in the Kitchen – How to Set Them Up For Success

Toddler years are generally characterized by a child’s untamed desire for independence. They observe us closely spending hours preparing food, entertaining and naturally that creates an infinite desire to imitate adults and gain autonomy in the kitchen. In this guest post, Eva of Mimia Montessori shares some practical and excellent tips on how to support …

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Our Favourite Books for Montessori Toddlers

Montessori toddler classroom is always filled with fantastic learning opportunities. Book corner is a fascinating place for little ones where they can spend a great deal of time looking through illustrations and making meaning of the pictures connecting them with their personal experience. Children need books as sensory and information resource to build vocabulary, understand …

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Doing Montessori At Home With Your Toddler 12- 18 months.

The pitter-patter of their tiny feet, the shape of their little bellies, arms tightly wrapped around your neck, curious facial expressions, giggles and tickles, sloppy kisses, cheeky glance,  one day you will miss them all, oh, so much. Just remember that next time he pulls your favorite vase off the table or after another exhausting …

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