The Prepared Environment for Outdoor Spaces — FREE Guide!

Montessori is not restricted to your indoor spaces — there is a lot that can be done in the great outdoors! Just as in your indoor spaces, you can prepare your outside environment by creating what I call “yes” spaces. These are spaces that your children are allowed — actually, encouraged — to explore freely. […]

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Guide Dots Review & Giveaway!

If you’ve been following along with us for a while now, you know that my girls are very creative. We’ve had an art corner for as long as I can remember, and it is used every single day by one or both of them. Every single day. So when Cindra from Guide Dots sent us […]

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Observation & Analysis Tools for Montessori Environments

When I was completing my Montessori training years ago, observation and analysis was one of the main topics of study. Its importance was drilled into our heads from the very beginning, and yet formal observations were one of the things I struggled most with in my days as a Montessori teacher. That didn’t change when […]

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A Change of Perspective

A few months ago, I wrote a post that went semi-viral on social media. It was about a very specific time when I miraculously made the right parenting choice in a high-stress (for me, anyway) moment. And I think it went viral because this is a common make-it-or-break-it moment in everyday parenting, and it’s one […]

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The Ultimate Montessori-Inspired Color Printable Bundle

It’s here! I had so much fun creating my Snow & Snowflakes Printables that I decided to create another Montessori-Inspired Printable Bundle — this one focused on COLOR! I’ve spent the past couple of months slowly putting this together in between other projects, and I’m so pleased with how it has turned out. My new […]

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