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The Montessori Toddler: A Parent's Guide to Raising a Curious and Responsible Human Being (The Parents' Guide to Montessori Book 1)

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Collect various pieces of paper in different colors and weights and let your child tear them into pieces.

The materials go far beyond plastic squeak toys for chewing on and plastic blocks for banging together. In Montessori classrooms and homes, all of the children’s materials have a specific place in their environment, and there is a consistent daily schedule.The key principle of Montessori is that children should be encouraged to be independent and responsible for their learning and environment. Independence and Choice: Whenever possible, children are given a chance to do things for themselves before the adult steps in. I’ve now been working in Montessori education for 15 years and love to learn from the 100+ toddlers and parents I see every week in my classroom.

As your child shows interest, you can begin rotating in new yoga cards and removing old cards that your child has already mastered. If your little one is interested, play another round or two – you can even let your child be the “hider” while you guess what’s missing. As a result, the do lists seem never ending, the chores feel relentless and the feeling of inadequacy build. For example, if there is water involved, ensure that napkins or a towel are within their reach, so they can use them if there's a spill. It's not just for school aged children - you can apply exactly the same ideas in your home and with your toddler.Each section of the book is super practical and it is beautifully designed to make it even easier to read. It doesn’t matter whether you’re tone-deaf or a trained singer – singing with your toddler will help strengthen their language skills either way. For a sensory seeker, you can make a DIY “crash mat” in a safe, carpeted room by piling cushions, bean bag chairs, blankets, and other squishy materials to create a pile for your child to jump in and climb on top of. You are responsible for teaching them, leading by example, speaking kindly to them, and helping them. Whether you subscribe to a Montessori mindset or not, this book helps you best relate to your toddler, to give them a wonderful childhood, and for everyone to learn to be a bit more like a toddler and enjoy the present, instead of worrying about the future.

You can keep your child interested in these activities by taking them to different places where they can explore their other senses and take in nature. For this activity, you can use household objects that make noise or instruments such as maracas, drums, and cymbals. I love the Montessori method and this book does such a good job of explaining how to implement it in the home in an accessible way! And if you’re in a similar situation or finding yourself and your little one encountering the same struggles as we did, it’s worth giving a try!Simone has done a marvelous job of offering us another way to think about toddlers, of offering concrete, practical, and relatable examples, in a way that is tender, kind and helpful. These can be color-coded so that children know that when the stake is blue, for example, it means the plants need watering. It is an interesting read and having this foundational knowledge of who Dr Maria Montesorri was and an understanding of her deep love and respect for children and their development connects the reader in a more emotionally attuned way to the principles that Montessori Education proposes.

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