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Montessori in the Kitchen: Cooking with Your Child

For toddlers, the practical life activities help develop gross and fine motor skills, as well as gain a sense of independence. For primary aged children, the practical life activities play a huge role in helping them understand the world around them, as well as form a positive self-image.

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What Is a Mud Kitchen? Benefits Explained

A mud kitchen is an outdoor play station that allows children to engage in pretend and messy play by cooking with mud, sand, and water. Mud kitchens help children to develop fine motor skills, roleplay, exploration, and social skills. Mud kitchens are beneficial for children ages 1-7.

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Why Do Montessori Rooms Have Mirrors?

A lot of Montessori bedrooms for babies and young children have mirrors because they have been proven to help babies recognize and understand their reflections. Mirrors are a great way to keep little ones entertained and will encourage interactive play and healthy movement.

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How is Science Taught in Montessori?

Science is taught in Montessori through methods of demonstration and experimentation. It consists little of reading and lecturing and rather allows the instructor to first give an idea of the topic to the students and then let them experiment and learn from personal hands-on discovery.

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What is Montessori Peace Education?

Montessori Peace Education is the core of what makes the Montessori Method a world-changing practice. Peace Education teaches children to be peaceful, positive members of a thriving society. Maria Montessori recognized that children are the keys to our future and made this practice one of the cornerstones of the Montessori Method.

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Why Sensorial Work Is So Important in Montessori

The sensorial work developed and perfected by Maria Montessori is designed to develop healthy, happy children into confident, independent adults. Sensorial work allows children to build critical skills and practical relationships with the world around them.

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How Is Montessori Different?

Montessori sounds pretty fantastic don’t you think? There is a lot more to know; read on to learn the differences between traditional schooling and Montessori schooling as well as the pros and cons to both. Once you are through you should hopefully be able to make an informed decision!

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