Category Archives for Parenting

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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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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How to nurture your child’s sense of wonder

My children are now fully in the second plane. I have been thinking recently about how to maintain our Montessori lifestyle as a family. In the Early years, I was very focused on Practical life and preparing

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Are you Montessori enough?

 I have noticed a recurrent topic in the Montessori Facebook group. Many of you shared about "not being 100% Montessori" or start a post with an apology "I know it's not Montessori but...". I'm

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How to use tantrums to connect with your child

If you have a child between 1 to 5 years of age, I’m pretty sure you’re facing epic tantrums.Let’s first define what a tantrum is: a tantrum is an outburst of emotions.Young children have very immature

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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

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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,

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Helping your child with nightmares

Is your child having nightmares?​A few weeks ago, one of my clients reached to me for support. Her child had been exposed to a toy that scared him. The toy gave him nightmares.A google search on how

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