Date Night In Box — Review & Coupon Code [July 2018]

Believe it or not, Maria Montessori wrote quite a bit about the importance of the inner preparation of the adult who interacts with children.  I don’t know about you, but that is one of the most difficult parts of the Montessori philosophy for me to practice.  Between taking care of two young children, moving an […]

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Montessori Human Body Study: The Circulatory System

We began our study of the human body on the outside and worked our way in — as most Montessori learning goes!  After learning all about The Outer Body, we moved on in to look at the Skeletal System, the Muscular System, the Nervous System, the Respiratory System, and now the Circulatory System! Our favorite activity […]

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Moving with Kids — Tips & Tricks from a Montessori Parent

If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know that we’ve been moving for as long as I can remember the past couple of months.  First we were packing up non-essentials and donating things we didn’t need to get our house ready for showings.  Then it sold and we were quickly packing up to get […]

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Montessori Sound Games — I Spy with Initial Sounds

One of the activities I recommend before getting all “academic” on your toddler or preschooler is to play I Spy with initial sounds.  I knew N was ready for this when she started dragging out the sounds of individual letters when she was speaking, although she actually was interested in ending sounds (and rhyming) before […]

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Montessori Human Body Study: The Respiratory System

We began our study of the human body on the outside and worked our way in — as most Montessori learning goes!  After learning all about The Outer Body, the skeletal system, the muscular system, and the nervous system, we continued our way down with the respiratory system. One material that we’ve been using throughout […]

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