All posts by Carine Robin

How to prepare a Montessori topic for your child?

Many parents, homeschoolers or not, want to introduce themes but are not sure how to do so. Do you need to change the topic every week? Every month? What if your child is not interested? What if he wants

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Top 10 Montessori Blog Posts of 2020

What a year 2020 has been!As I'm sat here, counting my blessing and grieving what I wanted this year to be, I also want to reflect back on what I have shared with you. This year, I have focused more on

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Supporting children through change – Montessori Parenting

Back in March, Eloise Rickman from Frida Be mighty, asked  me to write a piece for her parenting book "Extraordinary parenting".We are now in December and we are still fighting a pandemic. As parents,

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Montessori gifts that are more important than toys

I am writing this blog post as a reminder of what is important. In the middle of the gift season, we might forget about the non-material aspect of parenting and go into a frantic mode, spending on

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Montessori friendly books for Winter

As I don't want to display my Christmas books just yet, I have pulled out our collection of winter books.I am seriously missing my playgroup and the joy of rotating seasonal activities. Hence, this post

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10 Montessori Principles for parents

How Montessori is relevant to parents?⁠⠀⁠⠀Montessori was first a "method of education". Although Maria Montessori didn't want to call her observations a method per se. For her, she had only uncovered

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What is the Pikler triangle & is it Montessori?

The Pikler triangle is commonly associated with the Montessori education. In this blog post, I will answer the following questions: What is it? Is it in ligne with Montessori? Do you need it? And where

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Characteristics of a Montessori home vs a classroom

Maria Montessori made her classroom look and feel like a home.When you apply Montessori at home, you don't have to recreate a classroom so what are the characteristics of a Montessori home versus a Montessori

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Meet a Montessori Family: Shelly from Our Montessori Journey

Today, in my series Meet a Montessori-family, let me introduce you to Shelly from @our_montessori_journey. Shelly is a Montessori teacher and has one daughter who is 4 and a baby. She lives in Australia

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