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Mistakes Montessori Newbies Need To Avoid

Are you new to Montessori?! Do you feel sometimes overwhelmed with the amount of new information you need to process? Would you like to hear advice from Montessori parents, bloggers and teachers on common mistakes Montessori newbies make and how to avoid them!? I invited people who successfully implemented Montessori method into their parenting and teaching to share their …

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Book Review: Montessori at Home Guide – Children Ages 0-2

Our children are our greatest treasure. When we look into their eyes, we see a little person with amazing potential. Baby’s brain develops with fascinating speed, creating new connections every second. Maria Montessori identified it by referring to an absorbent mind. Today I would like to talk about a book written by A.M. Sterling  “Montessori at Home Guide: …

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Doing Montessori At Home With Your Baby ( 4 – 6 mo )

    “In the soul of the baby there are secrets still hidden from the adult”. M. Montessori Maria Montessori touches thousands of lives even today because of her passion and respect for children that thread through her teaching and method. Her findings regarding baby’s development are fascinating and predate many modern discoveries. Understanding what lays …

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Lavender Goop – Sensory Play

  Sensory play makes kids go crazy excited. Pinching, crushing, pressing, grasping, squashing, squeezing  – all perfect ways to strengthen their grip and finger muscles. Play-dough, goop, slime provide kids with hours of calm play and allow them to develop better concentration. Every childcare worker or parent will appreciate easy-to-make, inexpensive recipe with just a …

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10 Montessori Watercolor Cards for Babies. Inspired by Nature

At birth, your baby sees only in black and white and shades of grey. A newborn infant’s eyes don’t have the ability to accommodate (focus on near objects). Researchers believe infants prefer large, high-contrast stimuli.  She can see only 8 to 20 to 30 centimeters. Their eyesight rapidly develops. By the time she is three …

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