Category Archives for Montessori

How to foster your child’s independence?

Today I want to talk about Independence.We all want our child to become independent. But what do we mean by independence?Many parents come to Montessori because their child want to do something by himself.Others

Continue reading

Why I discipline my children?

 Today, I would like to talk about discipline.As a reader of this Montessori blog, I assume that you want to respect your child.Discipline may sound old fashion. You may think that discipline means punishment,

Continue reading

Books for the child who is afraid of the dark

The fear of the dark is a common one among children. When your toddler becomes more aware of his surroundings, he may start being anxious about sleeping in a dark room and so bedtime can become challenging.Darkness

Continue reading

Montessori teacher training – what are the options?

Today, I want to share some Montessori teacher trainings options.It is my intention to interview trainers from different training centres to give you a broad view of the different options available.My

Continue reading

Montessori schools around the world: Rose House Montessori

One of the most common questions parents ask me is "how to choose a Montessori school?"I have answered that question here.And I though it would be interesting to introduce you to some amazing Montessori

Continue reading

Interview: Homeschooling families – Wild Wood Childhood.

I am delighted to be sharing with you a series of interview about Montessori Families and Homeschooling families from all around the world.This week, I introduce you to Ashleigh and Quinn who live by the

Continue reading

How to choose a Montessori childminder

I had the pleasure to chat with Sonia Quinn from the ​Red Door Montessori ChildcareI interviewed her for the Montessori Parenting conference. She is a Montessori teacher and used to own a Montessori

Continue reading

Montessori Read and Write : Sandpaper letters – DIY and alternatives.

Following my previous blog post about the Sound games, this week, I want to introduce you to the Sand paper letters.Once your child can play the Sound games confidently at level 3, he is ready to identify

Continue reading

Montessori baby – the topponcino

Until recently, unless you were a Montessori teacher with an AMI training for birth to 3, you would probably never have heard of the topponcino.When I had my first child, I had no clue what it was. Even

Continue reading
1 2 3 8
>