It’s never too late to start using Montessori principles in your child’s education. Find activities that suit their age and cater to their interests, and watch your child develop into a happy, healthy adult.
Preparing their own snack, washing their hands, and making healthy food choices are all great examples of activities that children can do to learn self-care as part of practical life.
A sense of inclusivity and empowerment underpins the Reggio Emilia approach. Children are seen as capable, strong, creative and curious. They’re respected as individuals within a group and are encouraged.
Play-based learning is a teaching method that is centred around the idea of children learning through play. It’s similar to how babies learn from playing with their parents. By experiencing the world and exploring it, babies figure out how to get what they want and need in their own way.
The Reggio approach and Montessori method share many of the same common beliefs and are both committed to proactive learning and educating all-round developed children.
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