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5 Main Montessori Principles – Conclusion
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5 Main Montessori Principles – Conclusion

5 Main Montessori Principles Conclusion – Children need protecting from many dangers in their early life but they also need to be allowed sample opportunities for learning and independent play. A child craves independence and the more he can feel in control of his daily life – the more positive his experiences. Patience and seeing…

5 Main Montessori Principles – Part 2
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5 Main Montessori Principles – Part 2

What do the 5 principles look like in daily life ?  Why should I follow them ? – Part 2 Step 3 – Prepare the Home Environment  It is necessary to prepare your home so that it can be shared by your child if you wish to bring Montessori into daily life. It is important…

Respect for the child, The Absorbent Mind, The Prepared Environment, Sensitive Periods, and Auto Education
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Respect for the child, The Absorbent Mind, The Prepared Environment, Sensitive Periods, and Auto Education

 What do the 5 principles look like in daily life ?  Why should I follow them ? Step 1 – Respect Your Child Respecting your child is the first step to becoming a Montessori parent. This means respecting them as the little person they are and the person they will become. Respecting your child means…

Quick list of positive things to help
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Quick list of positive things to help

Quick list of positive things to help find a balance between work, school and what children really need. There are many things we as parents and carers can do to help improve the natural tendencies and development of our little ones. Here is a quick list of positive things to help find a balance between…

How to help your little Kids develop more naturally.
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How to help your little Kids develop more naturally.

How to help your little Kids develop more naturally. The education of even a small child… does not aim at preparing him for school, but for life.” Maria Montessori This is a lovely quote from Montessori. Let’s see what she really means and how we can help our children achieve their potential. The first years…