Archive Monthly Archives: September 2018

Product review: Sumblox and Montessori

Sumblox and Montessori I recently tried the Sumblox with my two children. As they are 6 and 10, they are obviously well able to count and to carry on many mathematical operations. What I wanted to know

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A Montessori inspired Gifts list for Babies

As Christmas is fast approaching, I want to share with you a new series about Gifts. This week, I will focus on Gifts and Toys for babies. Let’s not forget what you need as parents.  Ultimate Montessori

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How to discipline the Montessori way

Do you have an active toddler or a strong-willed pre-schooler? Are you wondering how to guide your child, how to help your child to begin to control her impulses or to respect some “necessary “rules? Montessori

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Montessori in the Kitchen: 5 healthy snacks that your kids can do on their own

Today, I’m sharing 5 healthy snacks that your children can do, without any adult’s help. As long as they already master each step and that they have access to all the ingredients, your children

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Who was Maria Montessori?

While I trained as a Montessori teacher, one of our assignments was to write a biography of Maria Montessori.  Since my training, I keep reading about her life.  2 recommended biographies to read: Maria

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A Montessori inspired Autumn unit with free printables

It’s September!  Time to dive into Autumn and to explore the wonders of my favourite season. Maybe it’s because it’s my birthday season but since I was a little girl, I have loved Autumn

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