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Gift Guide For 2-Year-Old

Gift Guide For 2-Year-Olds – Eco Friendly And Captivating Toys And Materials Your Kid Will Love

Are you keen to gift something exciting to a special 2-year-old person in your life? Well, let’s examine what he or she is up to at this stage of growth and development. This way we can be sure that the child will have great moments of play with joy and purpose. When we choose to …

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Gift Guide for 1-Year-Olds - Eco Friendly and Captivating Toys and Materials Your Kid Will Love

Gift Guide for 1-Year-Olds – Eco Friendly and Captivating Toys and Materials Your Kid Will Love

Before we begin to imagine what would make a one-year-old child happy, it is best to think of his or her current stage of development and what will help the child reach the next developmental milestone. At this age, children are continuing to adapt to their environment. Their surroundings stimulate a child’s senses and can …

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Letter from a toddler by DTRoman.

Toddler years are magical and challenging. My youngest child is just transitioning into a more independent and mature stage of her childhood and I am desperately trying to capture in my memories every aspect of her personality, character, and innocence and that toddlers possess. But I had to train myself to appreciate every aspect of …

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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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Risk-taking in Play and Everyday Life for Children

Parenthood means to protect young ones from injuries and pain but it is distressing feelings that help children learn about their surrounding environment. Youngsters need to explore and learning of risk and safety is a part of growing up both physically and mentally.  There’s a certain cap to this, of course. There are activities you …

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One Day in the Life of a Homeschooling Family

Do you wonder sometimes what a day in the life of another homeschooling family may look like? Unless you are a part of a dynamic and large homeschooling community, you may not have time or energy to connect with others on a regular basis to discuss your routines and timetable. As per a few requests …

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Toilet Learning Tips – Do it the Montessori Way

In this post, Irene – the author of an amazing Montessori parenting blog, Montessori Life As We Know It shares her successful experience during the process of toilet training her toddler. I am often asked about Joshua’s toileting. He attends his Montessori classes and has never had a miss there and the teachers consider him …

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How to Help Young Children Regulate Their Emotions

The greatest development is achieved during the first years of life, and therefore it is then that the greatest care should be taken. If this is done, then the child does not become a burden; he will reveal himself as the greatest marvel of nature. – Maria Montessori Maria Montessori’s teaching is becoming one of …

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