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Montessori Flower Arranging Lessons for Children. Activities, Materials. Tips for Toddlers & Preschoolers

Maria Montessori is famous for implementing practical life lessons in children. These are the first things toddlers and preschoolers learn in their early years. Such activities serve as a bridge between the home and school environment. Each step of the practical life lessons fulfills the child’s intrinsic desire to imitate adults and adapt their behavior. …

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Summer Hands-On Learning Activities for Children

One of the most incredible and valuable aspects of the Montessori method is that it inspires teachers, parents, as much as it does children to be constantly fascinated by everything we learn, come across. It teaches us to seek pleasure and content from within by shifting focus from external rewards that fade away to grasp …

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Free One Week Planner for Preschool Children With Low Prep Hands-on Activities

Having a plan at hand, especially during uncertain times, can only benefit busy and overwhelmed parents. Sometimes parents can be going through a period of transitioning when they work on establishing new homeschooling routine. There could be some weeks when all the responsibilities feel like they are too much to handle, Hence it might become …

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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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Choosing the Right Calendar for Your Classroom

Working towards mastering executive functioning skills early on in life is one of the essential skills every child needs to acquire. Executive function is a term used to describe the mental ability of an individual to plan, execute everyday tasks, complete checklists, exercise self-control when tempted to avoid doing important tasks, possessing will to avoid …

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Authentic Handmade Materials for Your Dream Montessori Classroom

When it comes to creating learning space for the students, it is not about the quantity, but about the quality. If you’ve been teaching children for a while, you soon begin to realize that not all materials and tools are created equal. One of the unique aspects of Montessori materials is that they are designed …

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The Importance and Benefits of Teaching Gardening to Children Toddlers to Preschoolers.

There’s this common misconception that gardening is an activity best suited for the elderly. However, that is not even remotely true. You see, studies have shown that there are many benefits of introducing gardening to kids at age toddlers to preschoolers. Through garden play, children acquire and improve crucial skills, have fun, and develop self-confidence …

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Spring Hands-on Activities for Preschool Children

In our classroom, the change of season or special occasion generated elevated excitement as children always anticipated finding freshly prepared materials on the shelves. For that reason, I gathered a collection of Spring themed hands-on individual activities for your preschool students. Spring vocabulary cards for the memory or match-up games, storytelling startups and for building …

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Rain Could In a Jar Science Experiment Plus Types of Clouds Printable

This Rain Cloud in a Jar Experiment is a great way to engage your children aged 3-6 in conducting a simple science experiment before heading outdoors. Looking up in the sky on an overcast day can be quite relaxing and entertaining. As I was inviting children to fill in the cup with water and pour …

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