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A look at our absolute favorite book - a treasured book for reading and for working on language development Preschool Activities At Home, Preschool Books, Montessori Activities, Toddler Activities, Montessori Books, Montessori Toddler, Toddler Development, Language Development, Family Child Care

Our Favorite Book For Language Development

A look at our absolute favorite book - a treasured book for reading and for working on language development

When does my child NEED to know how to tell time? When is it reasonable to expect them to be aware of time? What tools should I use to reinforce their understanding of the passing of time?

Telling Time for Toddlers--When is it Important?

24 hours in a day. 7 days in a week. 52 weeks in a year. 18 years in a "childhood". Add another 6 to 10 to become a fully formed adult being. As adults, we are comforted by these facts, beholden to them, and bound by them.

Free Printable Physical Features of Antarctica - Trillium Montessori Montessori Homeschool, Montessori Activities, Activities For Kids, Homeschooling, Continents Activities, Montessori Elementary, 7 Continents, Montessori Classroom, Montessori Toddler

Free Printable Physical Features of Antarctica - Trillium Montessori

It is the gift-giving season in many parts of the world and I have a ton of gifts to share with my amazing blog subscribers! I will be uploading one new free printable every day until Christmas. Today’s Freebie Physical Features of Antarctica We had a ton of fun learning about Antarctica last year. Antarctica Overview […]

You don't have to spend lots of money to do science at home with your kindergartner--and you don't need an fancy curriculum, either! There is so much to learn from and to explore at home, for free!!! This was our Montessori approach to science in the preschool and kindergarten years. Science Curriculum, Science Kits, Science Activities, Science Experiments, Teaching Kindergarten, Preschool, Montessori Homeschool, How To Start Homeschooling, Dark Brown Eyes

How Little Wormies Reminded Me to Let the Child Lead the Learning — Aubrey Hargis - Child of the Red

The muggy summer left us crisp mornings and pleasant dappled afternoons. The leaves are gently filling our yard, and I am inspired to do apple-fall-pumpkin-Halloween art with tempera, watercolors, glue...

The Montessori approach to writing and reading is: child-led, tactile, intuitive, and FUN!!!! You'll love three period lessons, which are an ingenious approach to offering children new information while keeping things playful and light. Your preschooler can learn to write and read the Montessori way! Montessori Homeschool, Montessori Classroom, Beginning Reading, How To Start Homeschooling, Reading Lessons, Gentle Parenting, Young Children, Learn To Read, Child Development

Learning to Read: The Three Period Lesson — Aubrey Hargis - Child of the Redwoods

The three period lesson is a staple of Montessori education. It can be used to teach the name of anything, including the sounds of the letters of the alphabet, setting the stage for reading. It is...

New to Montessori and looking for where to begin? here's a great reading list!

Montessori Resources

Our Montessori Home; Discovering the Joy of Montessori for life.

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The Journey to Adulthood: Ages 18 - 24 — Child of the Redwoods | Aubrey Hargis

The first three planes of development (0 - 6, 6 - 12, 12 - 18) address age ranges that, by most contemporary definitions, fit neatly within our concept of "childhood." But what about someone in...

Many know that Montessori was progressive in its day--but worry about the ability of the curriculum to hold up to modern neuroscience and technology! We're talking about how the curriculum can (and has! and must!) continue to evolve. Montessori Education, Montessori Materials, Extended Breastfeeding, Effective Communication, Neuroscience, School Classroom, Adolescence, Raising Kids, Public School

Society Evolves. Montessori Education Must, Too. — Aubrey Hargis - Child of the Redwoods

Maria Montessori is one of history's greatest educational thinkers. Among her many significant observations is to - in all regards - follow the child . This doesn't mean just doing whatever the child...

Going through divorce can already be a time filled with stress and anxiety--and our children experience those feelings, too. You can use routines as touchstones to add comfort and normalize.

Amazing Ways Routine Can Help Children of Divorce — Aubrey Hargis - Child of the Redwoods

Being in this situation takes a lot of bravery -- not just the weight of responsibility on your shoulders as a single mom but also to let go of what you cannot control on the other end. Please be kind to yourself.

Learn how to do Montessori homeschool for preschool

Montessori Homeschool by Design: Early Childhood

Montessori Homeschooling for the Preschool and Kindergarten years

Mom's deserve spaces to retreat, too! Even if space is tight, it is worth carving out and claiming a corner as your own.

Making Space for You — Aubrey Hargis - Child of the Redwoods

When we take children seriously and treat them with respect, it becomes obvious that we owe them much more than just providing for their basic needs and teaching effective lessons. We owe them the gift of viewing, occasionally, our best selves. But are we even seeing ourselves at our best?

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Lauren's Montessori Classroom: Science and Geography - Trillium Montessori

Thank you to Lauren Franchek for sharing her beautiful classroom with us! You can find links to explore the other areas of her classroom at the bottom of this page. This is the gorgeous special interest table aka “The Museum”. We rotate the objects to showcase various leaves, plants, animals, remains, etc. that the children find […]

Understand WHY your child is whining, get tips for how to keep your cool and advice for supporting your child so it can stop! Toddler Discipline, Positive Discipline, Stop Whining, Thank You For Listening, Kids Behavior, Toolbox, Parenting Hacks, Your Child, How To Become

Help, My Kid Is a Whiner! — Child of the Redwoods | Aubrey Hargis

When children whine, it can make any reasonable parent feel irritated. I'll do a deep dive into what NOT to do and then give you several Montessori-based strategies that are both gentle and effective.

A step-by-step look at how we rotate toys in our Montessori home. A step-by-step look at how we rotate toys in our Montessori home. The post A step-by-step look at how we rotate toys in our Montessori home. appeared first on Pink Unicorn. Playroom Montessori, Montessori Activities, Infant Activities, Montessori Homeschool, Toddler Play, Baby Play, Baby Toys, Toddler Learning Toys, Learning Games

Walking through a Toy Rotation - A Step-By-Step Guide

A step-by-step look at how we rotate toys in our Montessori home.