Here’s the five pages with articles that make up this 5-part series titled “Want to do Montessori but don’t know where to start?”
I am so excited that you are here because that tells me that you are ready take active steps to do Montessori right!
Here, you will find the five pages with articles that make up this 5-part series titled “Want to do Montessori but don’t know where to start?”
If you read all five articles and apply all 10 points mentioned in each article, you will be golden.
I hope you do because the children you work with deserve it and if you are here, then you desire it!
This will guide you through the most important things to know and consider implementing in Your Montessori environment.
You will learn about The Montessori Method, The Montessori Philosophy, the Montessori lifestyle, Montessori Materials, Montessori academics and more…
Want to do Montessori, but don’t know where to start? Part 1
You don’t have to send your child to a Montessori school!
You can do Montessori at home and if you do send your child to a Montessori classroom, you can still adopt the Montessori lifestyle, following the child’s natural interests.
Want to do Montessori, but don’t know where to start? Part 2
Montessori education can look many different ways. So can Montessori learning environments.
You, as the Montessori teacher, will make the decisions on how much you will embrace Montessori as an educational philosophy and lifestyle.
You will also have to decide how to develop a high quality educational approach and plan on how you prepare your Montessori environment and different areas of the home.
Want to do Montessori, but don’t know where to start? Part 3
Your main goal in all of this is to give the child the best opportunities for child development for them to grow to their full potential.
There are many ways in which you can accomplish this.
One of the ways is to learn more about what Dr. Maria Montessori thought about the prepared environment, the mixed age classroom, etc.
Want to do Montessori, but don’t know where to start? Part 4
When Dr. Montessori wrote about the Montessori environments, she wanted them to be safe, first and foremost.
This is going to give children freedom within limits.
But you know what?
It carries over to every room in the house, if you decide to make Montessori a lifestyle, not only and educational philosophy.
Want to do Montessori, but don’t know where to start? Part 5
Young children are going to be more successful in learning with the Montessori philosophy.
This is just one piece of the puzzle.
You are another piece and you need to be organized and more knowledgeable on what to do, when and how.
Starting, Planning & Teaching Montessori at Home BUNDLE of 3
Do you want to start Montessori at home, but don’t know where to start? This 30-page digital book is going to send you in the right direction on how to start from step one and give you the guidance you need so that by the end of it, you will look back and you will feel successful and ready for the next step.
Do you want to plan your Montessori at home, but don’t know where to start? This 65-page digital book is going to give you the guidance you need to do it right from the beginning. Thereare some tips and trick that man don’t know will shortcut their planning by a lot.
Do you want to teach Montessori at home, but don’t know where to start? This 34-page digital book is going to show you exactly what you need to set yourself up for success as you venture on this fantastic journey.
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Episode 1: Is Montessori right for me?
Episode 2: Why we love Montessori
Episode 6: Why Weekly Reflections are Important when Doing Montessori
Episode 9: Montessori Tips for the Stressed Out Montessori Guide
Episode 14: 3 Reasons to Love the Montessori Philosophy
Episode 18: Overcoming Negatives in Montessori
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