Montessori 101

A Year- Long Series Going Back to the Basics

Do you love the Montessori Method, but wish you knew more?

As you venture into the New Year, here is a back to basic year-long guide that will make you a Montessori expert.

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Montessori 101:  

Elf on the Shelf; Modeling kindness during this holiday season.

Your Elf on the Shelf doesn’t have to get into mischief or behave badly this Holiday Season, instead have your elf partake in good deeds.

Here are some printable ideas for showcasing kindness and good values into the activities that your Elf and children can get into this Holiday Season.

 

 

Montessori 101:  The Basics

 

Bloomberg offers a great article titled “Ten Reasons Why Early Childhood Education Pays Off”, a must read for parents.

“When a young child enters kindergarten ready for school, there is an 82 percent chance that child will master basic skills by age 11, compared with a 45 percent chance for children who are not school ready.”

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Montessori 101: Maria Montessori

Italian physician Maria Montessori was a pioneer of theories in early childhood education, which are still implemented in Montessori schools all over the globe.

It is important to get to know her better by reading more about her here.

Montessori 101: The Basics

Montessori philosophy is vast and deep and it is always important to look back at the basics of the Montessori Education.

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Montessori 101: Freedom Within Limits in Montessori Education

There are a number of common misconceptions about Montessori education. One is that Montessori education is too structured and controlled. Another is that children are allowed to do whatever they want. Instead, Montessori education embodies an important concept… freedom within limits.

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Montessori 101: Common Terms of the Montessori Method

The Montessori approach has its own unique vocabulary and many times leaves even the most experienced Montessori parent lost.

Check out the following link which highlights some of the most common phrases and give a brief explanation, such as “absorbent Mind”, “Casa dei Bambini”, “Control of Error” and “Grace and Courtesy.”

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Montessori 101: Back to the Basics

Do you love the Montessori method, but wish you knew more?

As you venture into the new year, here’s a back  to basics year-long guide that will make you a “Montessori expert.

Read More on ourmontessorihome.com…

Montessori 101: Elf On The Shelf

Modeling Kindness During the Holiday Season

Your Elf On The Shelf doesn’t have to get into mischief or behave badly this Holiday Season, instead have your Elf partake in good deeds.

Here are some printable ideas for showcasing kindness and good values into the activities that your Elf and Children get into this Holiday Season.

Read More on montessoritraining.com…

Montessori 101: Why Early Childhood Education Pays Off

Bloomberg offers a great article titled “Ten Reasons Why Early Childhood Education Pays Off”, a must read for parents.

“When a young child enters kindergarten ready for school, there is an 82 percent chance that child will master basic skills by age 11, compared with a 45 percent chance for children who are not school ready.”

Read More on bloomberg.com…