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Montessori Parenting

25 Lessons

About this course

This course will teach parents how to follow the Montessori principles to support their child from birth to 6.

Here are the topics I will cover during the Montessori Parenting e-course:

  • Child’s development stages from birth to 6. You will learn about the sensitive periods, the absorbent mind, language development, fine and gross motor skills, and the development of the 5 senses.
  • Easy to implement Montessori activities for each stage of development. I will give you example of toys and activities, and how to choose and simplify them. I will also show you how and when to introduce every day practical life activities to your child.
  • Montessori home setup. I will guide you in setting up your Montessori home, step by step and room by room. You will be able to share your own space, so I can provide you with a personalised and in-depth audit.
  • Video demonstrations of every-day life activities and chores. I will show you how to set up specific activities, and how to make them accessible to your child.
  • In-depth exploration of the Montessori principles. I will teach you the Montessori principles, with a special emphasis on freedom within limits.
  • How to observe your child the Montessori way.
  • My unique parenting tips. I will teach you how to nurture yourselfsimplify your life and regulate your own emotions while raising your child. This will help you to welcome your child’s emotions and energy.

Introduction

Welcome to the Montessori Parenting Course

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Glossary of Montessori terms

Glossary of Montessori terms

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Lesson 1 – The 10 Montessori Principles

In this lesson, I’m going to introduce you to 10 Montessori principles that are perfect for parents.

These Montessori principles will help you to raise children to become independent, creative and peaceful individuals.

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Lesson 2 – Your child’s development – Montessori’s sensitive periods

In this lesson, we explore the child's development from birth to  6 year old including some key concepts of the Montessori philosophy, such as Absorbent mind and Sensitives periods. 

We also explore in depth how language, gross and fine motor skills develop in children.

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Lesson 3 – Piaget’s schemas

In this lesson I will explore the Piaget’s schemas. This term is commonly used by parents and educators to explain their children’s current obsessions.

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Lesson 4 – How to observe your child

In this lesson, I will teach you how to observe your child

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Lesson 5 – Independence

In this lesson I will talk about independence, freedom and limits.

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Lesson 6 – Setting Up Your Kitchen

Lesson 6 - Setting Up Your Kitchen

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Lesson 7 – Hallway and Bathroom

Lesson 7 - Hallway and Bathroom

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Lesson 10 – How To Choose, Rotate And Declutter Toys

Lesson 10 - How To Choose, Rotate And Declutter Toys

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Lesson 12 – Montessori Activities For Walking Toddlers

Lesson 12 - Montessori Activities For Walking Toddlers

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Lesson 13 – Montessori Activities For Children Aged From 3 To 6

Lesson 13 - Montessori Activities For Children Aged From 3 To 6

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Resources

Recommended books, material and toys. 

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Bonus lesson – Language activities

Bonus lesson - Language activities

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