Maria Montessori believed that the environment could be designed to facilitate maximum independent learning and exploration by the child. In her book, The Secret Of Childhood, (aff link) this is
Montessori toys, this is a tough one because Dr Montessori didn't actually design toys. She designed pieces of equipment that would help a child learn different skills. And she did
Have you ever tried to teach something to your kids and it ended in tears and tantrums? Today I want to teach you a technique so that you can teach
Montessori normalization is one of those phrases bandied about by Montessori guides but do you know what it means and how to do it at home? Whether you have never heard
Sensory activities are really important for kids as they learn and develop their senses. One of the problems children face today is that parents don't want them getting mucky or making
The Montessori work cycle, what on earth is it? And why should you care? It is no secret that kids are brilliant at making a mess and sometimes it is hard
Invitations to play or invitations to learn as they are sometimes called are an easy way to get your child curious and learning without any pressure or resistance. This approach can
Continent boxes are one of my favourite Montessori pieces of equipment. They are fun to put together and a great way to bond and create fun lessons with your children.