Spring Montessori activities

I like to vary the activities I provide in the Montessori playgroup. This half-term, I will present many Spring inspired activities.So here our new trays:– sorting flowers by colour: the flowers

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Do you need to involve your children in the KonMari process? Sorting toys the Montessori way!

I don’t know if you’ve heard about the KonMari process, which has helped millions of people to declutter their space. In a nutshell, the process involves getting rid of the stuff that doesn’t

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KonMari and Montessori

I have another confession to make. First, when I started my #montessorihousechallenge, I was very focused on my children’s belongings, their tidy up habits, their independence skills. You see,

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How to purge toys the Montessori way!

In this blog post, I will walk you through how I purged my children’s toys the Montessori way!Are you screaming when you enter your child’s bedroom/playroom? Are you fed of tidying up your

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Positive songs for children

In addition of being a Montessori teacher, I have recently qualified as a Yoga teacher for children. In the yoga children classes, I use lots of music. I started to be very careful choosing positives songs

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Montessori at home

CLICK HERE to join our community of 18 000 like minded parents.Here the article I had published in Juno Magazine, Winter edition 2014I’m a Montessori teacher, but first a mother. When I had my daughter,

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A Montessori-friendly bathroom

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Santa Claus and Montessori

At the playgroup, we had our Christmas/End of the term party. While I themed it with Winter and some of the Christmas symbols, I didn’t go heavy on Santa and there is a reason why, I don’t

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My own kids list!

My children are older that the children I have in the playgroup so their Christmas list is different. I though you might be inspired if you have children aged 4 and over (my son is 4 and my daughter is

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