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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

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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

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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 stocking fillers

  A member of my Montessori FB group asked recently for ideas of gifts under £10. If stocking stuffers or fillers is a tradition in your family, here are some Montessori inspired gifts for under £10.

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The best Montessori inspired Non toys gifts list

In order to inspire you this Christmas, I have written a series of blog posts featuring my favourites toys and gifts. Last week, I shared my favourite Montessori gifts for babies. This week, we will focus

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Product review: Sumblox and Montessori

Sumblox and Montessori I recently tried the Sumblox with my two children. As they are 6 and 10, they are obviously well able to count and to carry on many mathematical operations. What I wanted to know

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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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Montessori in the Kitchen: 5 healthy snacks that your kids can do on their own

Today, I’m sharing 5 healthy snacks that your children can do, without any adult’s help. As long as they already master each step and that they have access to all the ingredients, your children

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How to teach your child to draw

Do you know how to teach your child to draw? When my children were toddlers and preschoolers, Art consisted mainly of letting them experimenting with art material. Process art was the way to go and still

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An interview with Ananda Montessori

This week, I present you Ananda Montessori, a wonderful place for parents led by Pamela Green. I discovered Pamela when she started to set up a permanent space for her parents and children Montessori classes.

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