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I have just received my copy of Little People, Big dream's book about Maria Montessori.
It is perfect! This is the perfect introduction to the life of Maria Montessori for young children.
If your child attends a Montessori school, I'm pretty sure this copy will be in the school's bookshelf this week.
This moving book features stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a biographical timeline with historical photos and a detailed profile of the educator's life.
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There is a timeline at the end of the volume listing the main biographical events and some simple quizzes will help children to further understand and test their knowledge.
A picture book to help young readers become familiar with Italian educator Maria Montessori. Montessori's life, work and teaching method are explained with a simple story and with colorful illustrations.
A short introduction at the beginning of the book provides essential information for adults, teachers and their classrooms so they can familiarize themselves with Maria Montessori and her role in childhood education.
Included at the end of the book are: - a section with additional interesting facts for curious minds and - two ready-to-use activities, to help readers review the book's content.
This book is great if you are going to send your child to a Montessori school. It's a great way to introduce him to her future classroom.
Jack Goes to Montessori School allows the reader to follow friendly, spirited Jack through a day in his Montessori primary classroom. There's circle time and Montessori work time (including the famous sandpaper letters, pink tower, and math bead bars), playground fun and lunch time. After a nap, Jack helps with classroom chores and learns to solve problems using the traditional Peace Flower. Throughout Jack's day, the Montessori ideas of respect, independence and collaboration, curiosity, and kindness are reinforced by Jack, his teachers, and his classmates.
Jack's story is a child-friendly introduction to the Montessori learning methods, the structure of a Montessori classroom, and the excitement a Montessori student feels to be in engaged in his own learning. The inviting and thoughtful illustrations -- created by a certified Montessori teacher -- will delight children, parents, and teachers alike!
Have you read any of those books? Let me know in a comment!
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