All posts by Carine Robin

Favourite weather books for kids

This month, the Montessori box was all about the weather.In my home, we have been exploring the weather with my own children.As a Montessori teacher, I have to admit that I have collected a huge amount

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Montessori Parenting: was Montessori supportive of breastfeeding?

​On the last day of the International breastfeeding week, I want to share more info about breastfeeding and Montessori.To start with, let me emphasis that I welcome and support all kind of families and

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Montessori in Mainstream Schools – Interview with a teacher

As much as I love Montessori, a Montessori school or Homeschooling might not be on the cards for your family.My own daughter is in public and mainstream education. She went to a Montessori preschool then

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Montessori Inspired Flowers Activities

Flowers are in full bloom all around us!So I'm happy to share some Montessori inspired activities featuring flowers.I also have a few "All about Flowers" Montessori boxes on Sale. The featuring activities

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How Yoga and Montessori benefit the whole child

It's no secret that I love Yoga and Mindfulness. I talk a lot about this on my  blog and it's part of my online courses for parents. 3 years ago, frustrated that I couldn't find a children's

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Can you talk your child’s love language?

Today I want to chat with you about LOVE!I'm reading this book "The 5 Love languages of children" by Gary Chapman. The content has totally reframed the way I show my love to my children, especially to

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Montessori Parenting: what if my child only likes to climb?

My child only wants to climb! What do I do?I have been asked this question so many times. Parents discover the Montessori philosophy. They see cute trays on shelves, they imagine their child “working”

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