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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