As so many of you asked, this is a very brief tutorial to create a DIY Montessori closet using IKEA’s Kallax shelves. It’s very brief, because it takes literally half… Read More
Celebrate Christmas and any other festivity according to your values and principles
Review of the zoo animal puzzle with wooden blocks by Hape
These are the “tools” that worked for us and I feel like sharing them because they’ve worked twice and with two VERY different children
Translation of a post written by Montessori guide Simone Davies on the importance of not testing our kids.
Fantasy and imagination are not the same thing and because why prefer imagination to fantasy before 5-6 years old
This is a home tour with photos of our new apartment, which I think we managed to furnish in a very montessori, functional, yet beautiful way.
This is a quick and dirty tip that Alex and I have started using to make sure Oliver (3) keeps his promises and respects our deals.
The poster of the Morning Routine is a quick and dirty tip to improve communication and can be created to establish any routine.
Our way of expressing ourselves greatly influences how we relate to others, whether they are children, teenagers or adults (via Montessori en Casa)
Reviewing the CHILD Montessori Learning Tower by Woomo, minimalist, functional, beautiful and sustainable.
Montessori can be hard to sum up in just a few words—it is a philosophy on education and child development that runs deep. It’s a way of seeing the world. I think one of the easiest ways to get an idea for what Montessori means is to listen to the language that Montessori teachers use.
If a kid wants (needs) to push, tell him to push the wall, a tree, a car. If he wants (needs) to bite, give him a raw carrot, an orange, a lemon, a biting toy to bite. If he wants (needs) to kick, give him a ball. You’re not only using positive discipline, but you’re also addressing a fundamental need of his developmental age.