Importance of a Prepared Environment By Laura Edwards

Prepared Environment A prepared environment provides structure and order in the classroom, which accurately reflects the sense of structure in day to day life. Maria Montessori believed there is a sensitive period of order between the ages of one and three. During this time they’re absorbing and forming an internal

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Setting Limits Using the Montessori Approach

Parenting is extremely hard work. Children can be unpredictable and can often test our will. So what does it mean to be a “Montessori parent”? Does it just mean you send your child to a Montessori school? Is it possible to set limits at home using the Montessori approach? Can

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Toilet Learning with the Montessori Method

Toilet learning is a lifelong skill a young child begins to learn and successfully complete by the age of 3. Teaching your child to learn to use the bathroom can be a challenge as they need to build awareness to their bodily function. Consistency and time are fundamental keys in

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3 Day Vs 5 Day Preschool

It is hard to imagine a preschooler needing to go to school 5 days a week when they are still so little and vulnerable. In my years of teaching, many parents were uncertain about their choice in making a decision to enroll their child where the school wanted them to

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Fall is Here!

Fall is my one of my favorite seasons. It brings vibrant colors on the trees, outdoor activities, the smell of bonfire, and a routine. For my busy family, I find fall a time when we all get back into a scheduled routine which is important for all of us. The

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