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Whether you are looking for inspiration or would like to introduce someone to Montessori philosophy, or would like to learn more about the Montessori method this resource is for you. These 10 videos are a great way to open a window into the Montessori world.
Discovering Montessori with Tana Ramsay
This is a fantastic video that covers all stages of a child’s development and introduces people to the foundations of the Montessori method.
Work of the Hand in Montessori.
“In this day and age of iTouch, iPods, Xboxes, and the disappearance of cursive handwriting in our public schools, this video shows why Montessori education continues to stress the importance of the hand for learning from ages 3-15. All footage from Hollis Montessori School.
Nido y Toddlers
– very sweet and lovely video that captures precious moments of young child’s discoveries in the Montessori toddler classroom. This is also a gorgeous example of a toddler room setting
An incredibly powerful video that explains why the Montessori method is an answer to the failing school system and how it helps to create innovators.
Bold Ideas Elementary students, teachers, and parents share how Montessori changed their perspective and view on education.
Gorgeous snapshots and beautiful examples of children growing in a Montessori environment. This video has quotes of Maria Montessori that support and introduce parents to the principles of the Montessori method followed by examples. Simply gorgeous!
This is probably one of the most popular Montessori videos today. A professional photographer, who is a parent at a Montessori school, took 3000 pictures of her son one morning. A 3-hour work cycle in 4 minutes.
“What requires is the relationship to learning”. This video presents the perspective of teachers and educators.
Another stunning example of a Montessori classroom.
I hope you enjoyed watching these videos! I invite you to leave a comment and a link to your favorite Montessori video online!