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Montessori Language Activities for Home - Trillium Montessori Language Activities, Going To Work, Montessori, Teaching, Books, Fun, Inspiration, Home, Biblical Inspiration

Montessori Language Activities for Home - Trillium Montessori

Mom: “It’s time to put away the blocks now. We’re going to work with some letters! It’ll be fun!” Jamie (age 2): “No!” *runs and hides behind the couch* Has something like this happened at your house? Probably. But don’t worry. If it has, you’re not alone! As parents and caregivers, we are sometimes so eager […]

Montessori Language Activities for Home - Trillium Montessori Language Activities, Going To Work, Montessori, Teaching, Books, Fun, Inspiration, Home, Biblical Inspiration

Montessori Language Activities for Home - Trillium Montessori

Mom: “It’s time to put away the blocks now. We’re going to work with some letters! It’ll be fun!” Jamie (age 2): “No!” *runs and hides behind the couch* Has something like this happened at your house? Probably. But don’t worry. If it has, you’re not alone! As parents and caregivers, we are sometimes so eager […]

Such a great article about waiting The Good Shepherd, Three Year Olds, Montessori, Waiting, Parenting, Student, School, Blog, Blogging

Why Wait - MariaMontessori.com

Many years ago, I had a student who was an unintentional and most unlikely source of great inspiration. Where Anna is now, I couldn’t say. I suppose she is in the midst of a successful college career. When I first knew her, she was three years old, smart and strong-willed, the cherished daughter of older Russian parents. For the first year I knew her, Anna was completely silent.

What to do When Children with Autism Wander: Understanding autism and wandering is key to helping your child stay safe Free Pictures, Free Images, Understanding Autism, Inspirational Readings, Mental Conditions, Impossible Dream, Proper Diet, Children With Autism, Be A Nice Human

What We Want For Our Children

Our goal is to send our young learners off to their next experience with their curiosity and passion intact, with greater compassion for themselves and others, and with a life-long willingness to grow.

What do you get when four Montessori moms from different countries come together to compile their first hand Montessori practical life experiences into a book? Home Learning, Learning Resources, Parenting Workshop, Montessori Practical Life, Step Cards, Matching Cards, Toddler Books, Life Inspiration, Life Skills

Montessori Practical Life Skills for Toddlers at Home - Trillium Montessori

An easy-to-follow guide to help parents implement Montessori practical life activities with their toddlers. Tons of checklists and resources are included.

A Montessori Lesson - Trillium Montessori Practical Life, How To Introduce Yourself, Montessori, Kids Rugs, Teaching, School, Children, Blog, Young Children

A Montessori Lesson - Trillium Montessori

Today I’d like to introduce you to Linda Karchmar. Linda is a now retired Montessori Guide who owned her own school for 28 years, and taught for 32 years. She has a wonderful online store where she is selling materials from her school, including lots of lovely Practical Life items! You can also find children’s books, […]

How Developmentally Appropriate is Sharing? Montessori, Parenting, Children, Blog, Young Children, Boys, Kids, Blogging, Childcare

How Developmentally Appropriate is Sharing? - Trillium Montessori

By Pauline Meert A few months ago, I read an article on sharing that lead to a lot of discussions and thinking. The article “Some Parenting Rules are Meant to be Broken” by Beth W. from Very Bloggy over on sunnyskyz.com discusses her experience with “sharing”. Through examples of two experiences, one in a park where a child expects […]

So You Want to Get Montessori Training - Trillium Montessori Montessori, How To Get, Train, This Or That Questions, Blog, Blogging, Strollers

So You Want to Get Montessori Training - Trillium Montessori

I often get questions from people who are interested in getting Montessori training but have no idea where to start. Even though Montessori has been around for a long time, it is just recently coming into mainstream awareness. You have to dig a little bit to find the information you need. Hopefully the overview […]

11 Things Teachers Wish Parents Knew - Trillium Montessori Living Under A Rock, Montessori, Wish, Parents, Author, Blog, Dads, Raising Kids, Writers

11 Things Teachers Wish Parents Knew - Trillium Montessori

I am honored to welcome Maren Schmidt to the Trillium Montessori blog today! If you’ve been living under a rock and don’t already know Maren, she is the author of Building Cathedrals Not Walls and Understanding Montessori: A Guide for Parents. She also writes the very popular column Kids Talk and leads a wide […]

The Montessori Tree - Trillium Montessori Montessori Education, Montessori Classroom, Primary Education, American Montessori Society, Educational Leadership, Educational Technology, Motor Planning, Physics And Mathematics, Parent Teacher Conferences

The Montessori Tree - Trillium Montessori

I like to think of Montessori education as a tree.The roots, which support the tree and keep it strong and steady, are concentration, coordination, order, and independence.

4 elements of the Montessori method that make it different from other play based approaches such as Reggio Emilia and Waldorf-Steiner Educational Theories, Educational Psychology, Emotional Development, Child Development, Montessori Classroom, Play Based Learning, Reggio Emilia, Learning Environments, Early Childhood Education

What Makes the Montessori Method Different? - Chris Drew

4 elements of the Montessori method that make it different from other play based approaches such as Reggio Emilia and Waldorf-Steiner

Quirky and the Nerd covers a diverse set of topics including motherhood, montessori, and minimalism all from a fun, personal viewpoint. Montessori, Nerd, Things To Come, Learning, Blog, Fun, Ideas, Studying, Otaku

Montessori at Home Doesn't Have to Be Hard - Quirky and the Nerd

When it comes to Montessori at home, you're probably overthinking it. Read about how I learned that using Montessori ideas in your home doesn't have to be complicated.