Montessori at Home

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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Homeschooling – the Reality of it All Amid a Pandemic. Free Resources for Parents

With streets and public places going quiet during the time when all the effort being made to minimise the transmission of the virus, life is definitely getting busier at home. Whilst as a homeschooling family we have a busy social life (organising regular playdates, inviting people over, our children attend sporting and other extracurricular activities), …

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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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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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How to Do Montessori at Home on a Budget

Don’t fall for gorgeous looks! Beauty is within. The modern world portrays Montessori as a fancy method of education for privileged children. In its essence, the Montessori method is not about the status or gorgeous classroom interiorioir. It is about meaningful connection, respect and authenticity. However,  Montessori is also about hands-on experiences and thoroughly designed …

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Kids in the Kitchen – Scrumptious Toddler Friendly Chocolate Bliss Balls

Children should always be a part of family cooking and food preparation process. It teaches them concepts that are literally life-saving and essential for survival. It also allows children to absorb and pick up skills in the most natural and relaxed environment. They learn science and math when mixing ingredients and measuring portions, they form healthy …

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