Category Archives for Parenting

Children’s mental health – some resources

Here in the UK, it is "children mental health week". Place2Be launched the first ever Children’s Mental Health Week in 2015 to shine a spotlight on the importance of children and young people’s

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Montessori Parenting: do we need to teach our child to share?

We often hear that “sharing is caring”.Do we have to teach our children to share?What is the Montessori point of view about sharing?Here is what Maria Montessori wrote In The Secret of Childhood:“He

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Montessori Parenting Conference

We need a village to raise a child – African proverb I invite you to our Montessori village!   To be invited, join my newsletter here. I will invite you to join our dedicated FB group on the

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How to Simplify Christmas?

Christmas or any other celebrations can be an overwhelming time. We are caught in a spiral of must do and we want to create a magical time for our children, sometimes at great costs: energy costs, money

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Montessori Parenting: Do I need to encourage my child to pretend play?

Montessori parenting: Do I need to encourage pretend play? Montessori is well-known to encourage children to have real experience and to participate in the daily activities, such as cooking, taking care

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A Montessori inspired Gifts list for Babies

As Christmas is fast approaching, I want to share with you a new series about Gifts. This week, I will focus on Gifts and Toys for babies. Let’s not forget what you need as parents.  Ultimate Montessori

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How to discipline the Montessori way

Do you have an active toddler or a strong-willed pre-schooler? Are you wondering how to guide your child, how to help your child to begin to control her impulses or to respect some “necessary “rules? Montessori

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How to help my child on their first day of school or nursery

  As September is fast approaching, parents often wonder how the first day in school will be for their child. In this blog post, I wanted to share tips with you about the first day in school. And, reassure

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100 self-care ideas that will make you a better parent

The importance of self-care for parents and even more for mothers! When we become parents, the idea of self-care might seem like a distant memory. Something that we remember doing before we had children. Now

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Montessori Parenting – are your ready for the teenage years?

My first born is reaching the doors of the third plane of development, aka “the adolescence”. How did that happen? My daughter is 10 and a half and has started to “change”. I have

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