A Montessori Set Up:  Organizing the Chaos of Toys

As the holiday season comes to an end, organizing the chaos of toys is now necessary.

Find out simple ways to achieve this the Montessori way!

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To succeed in school and life, children and young adults need ongoing opportunities to learn and practice essential skills. This is especially true during the summer months.

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Montessori education was developed to encourage children to think for themselves. Children are provided every opportunity to engage in their world and are enticed into learning. In other words, learning is more like play time. Children learn without knowing they are doing far more than playing.

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With the warmer weather approaching, we wanted to share ideas to create Montessori outdoor environments!

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With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, spend some time with your child discussing the meaning of Valentine’s Day while doing Montessori inspired Valentine’s Day themed activities in your home.

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A Montessori Set Up: Organizing The Chaos of Toys

As the holiday season comes to an end, organizing the chaos of toys is now necessary.

Find out simple ways to achieve this the Montessori way!

Read More on wildflowerramblings.com…

Looking to find presents that will be useful as an educational tool for your children?

Here is a list of great gift ideas from Montessori educators, parents and students that fit Montessori ideals of development for infants through adults.

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Top 10 – A Montessori Shopping List

If you’re just getting started making your home a Montessori inspired environment, you may not know where to start. No problem. Here are the top 10 Montessori items to put on your shopping list.

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Create Your Child’s Own Montessori Kitchen Workspace

Many objects for this DIY project can be recycled. An old night stand works great as a short table. Allow your child to use extra plastic ware you may have sitting around. Find some old knobs and attach them to the side of their new workspace.

This project has endless possibilities!

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Encouraging order, independence, and self-motivation are fundamental to the Montessori approach. Carefully designed classrooms allow students to develop competence in caring for themselves and their surroundings.

Quick Tip: Inspired by Montessori Classrooms, use shelves and baskets to bring Montessori into the home. Using these materials will make your Montessori home environment organized and peaceful.

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