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Can we do Montessori at home if our child does not go to a Montessori school?

One of the main attractions of the Montessori philosophy is the idea that children know, from the start, what is good for them. Each child is born with a potential. When we give freedom to children, with few limits to protect their safety, they will flourish. This includes giving them the freedom to think by themselves. We believe our children should form their own opinions and beliefs.

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Montessori ideas about sleep

The way our babies and toddlers sleep is something that intrigues most parents. We wonder when our baby will sleep through the night. We wonder if we have to train our children to sleep independently. We worry that we might spoil our child by breastfeeding her to sleep or by rocking her to sleep. We ask “is it safe to bed share?” or “Is it OK to let him cry out?”.

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Montessori ideas: Start with Practical life!

Practical life activities are not limited to a few activities on tray on your shelf. Those are great to repeat and to develop some specific skills but the most important is to involve your child in your daily life. And yes it means that everything you do will be slower, less efficient and not up to your standards. And yet those daily chores become a daily opportunity to teach your child.

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Montessori Education
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How Montessori Preschool Develops Leadership in Young Learners

When you imagine a leader worthy of emulation, who comes to mind? Perhaps someone such as Abraham Lincoln, Marie Curie, Martin Luther King Jr., or similar famous names? You may even think of someone who may not be famous to the world, but who had a dramatic, lasting, positive effect on your life.

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Montessori Education
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Kindergarten or Montessori?

Preschool (age 2+) and primary classes (ages 3-6) do more than simply acclimate children to attending school. When you make the right choice for where your child begins their educational experience, you set them up for a future filled with academic and personal achievements.

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Activities & Play
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Beneftis of Pikler arches for kids

The Pikler arch encourages open-end play. This kind of play has no goals and can go on forever. It develops children’s imagination and enhances their creative abilities. For instance, they can turn the arch into an enchanted bridge that their toys need to cross or arrange a treasure cove under it.

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Pikler approach in early years education

Pikler approach suggests using climbing furniture that helps infants and toddlers improve their gross motor skills. This enables them to develop faster at both physical and intellectual level. Thanks to Pikler’s system of education, children grow confident, self-sufficient and proactive. They enthusiastically absorb new information and establish a positive attitude towards the surrounding environment.

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Concepts and Practices of the Pikler Approach

The principles of Dr. Emmi Pikler’s approach to raising healthy babies: This approach is based on renowned Hungarian pediatrician Emmi Pikler’s research into gross motor development and emphasizes treating babies with respect by telling them what you are going to do before you do it, encouraging them to participate in their own care and supporting them to solve their own problems.

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Montessori Education
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Montessori Enables Children To Succeed In The Real World

You have a bright, energetic, creative child—and you desire to see them enjoy a life filled with academic achievement, affirming friendships, productive careers, and a sense of purpose that guides them. You want your child to have more than the ability to take a standardized test. Your goal is to equip them for success in every area of life.

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