All posts by Carine Robin

Helping children to live with food allergies

Today, I'm delighted to introduce you to Emma Amoscato, a food allergy blogger and author of 2 books about food allergy. She is also a local friend and amazing woman overall. My husband is coeliac

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Do toddlers need “Montessori” shelf work?

Do you have a toddler who ignores the Montessori friendly work and activities you have set up on his shelf?Let me tell you that it is normal!The concept of the Montessori shelf comes from the Montessori

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How to declutter toys the Montessori way!

As we are approaching Christmas. I wanted to share with you some insights about toys.Most parents, when they discover Montessori, want to sort the toys they already have. Did you know that Briton

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Montessori alternatives to praise

Do you say "good boy", "well done" or "good job" to your children? Do you remember your parents and teachers praising you? Is there a Montessori way to praise? In this blog post, we will talk about the

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Charlotte Mason vs Montessori – homeschooling methods

Charlotte Mason developed her educational approach in Victorian times and predates some of the more well known and popular systems, such as Montessori and Waldorf. Yet, she made a large contribution to

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Montessori Parenting: How to deal with an after-school meltdown?

Do you have a child who has a meltdown after-school or when back from a nursery?⁠After so many months at home, this school year is not like any other. But no matter the circumstances, it's very common

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Montessori friendly books about Starting school

The first day of school can be a worrying time for children. Even more this year, when most children have been sheltered for months, due to the current pandemic we are all in.Sharing engaging stories and

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Montessori theory: 4 planes of development explained!

Maria Montessori described that a child goes through 4 distinguish stages of development and that he has not finished to grow until he is 24 year old!It's fascinating to observe my own children growing

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Montessori favourites at Ikea – 2020

Ikea is one of my favourite shops. If you were coming to my house, you would say that we live in an Ikea show-room.In another blog post, I gave you a video tour of Ikea to show you what is Montessori friendly.Today's

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